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NJ FUNDING FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS IN JEOPARDY

June 11, 2009

PLEASE DO THIS TODAY New Jersey’s support for historic preservation has been especially strong since the 1980s. Through the New Jersey Historic Trust, more than 70 million dollars have been invested and hundreds of buildings having been restored throughout the state. Funding for the valuable programs provided by the Trust and open space are expiring Read More

AIA Newark & Suburban Sponsors Design Competition for Newark Visitors Center

June 10, 2009

The partnership of AIA Newark & Suburban, Emerging Professionals and the Young Architects Forum invites designers from all over the world to find innovative, visionary and compelling proposals for a Newark, New Jersey Visitor’s Center. For more information goto: http://www.visitnewarknj.org/Home/Welcome.html

Some Other Useful BIM & IPD Information Sources…

June 9, 2009

I’ve been working with BIM, mostly Revit, for 10 years now.  In the beginning there wasn’t much published on the subject. It wasn’t even called BIM.  Back then the terms were more like Object Modeling and virtual building.  Now, not only do we have numerous printed books, we also have scores of software & service Read More

Welcome to the AIA NJ Technology In Practice Blog!

June 6, 2009

The purpose of the AIA NJ Technology In Practice blog is to share knowledge about the use of technology in the professional lives of our members and their firms. The goal is to expand the knowledge, flatten the learning curve, and decrease the time it takes to implement and benefit from the tools and technologies Read More

AIA National Staff on Furlough, Online Support Available

June 1, 2009

The national component staff will be on furlough and our offices closed June 1 through 8:30 a.m. EDT on Monday, June 8. AIArchitect will not be published next Friday. If you have questions or need assistance during that time, we created an online self-service resource page that provides directed links to specific information and how-to Read More

Court Ruling on Including Hard Copy of Prevailing Wage Determination in Bid Specifications

May 31, 2009

New Jersey design professionals that do public work need to be aware that a long time practice of theirs concerning the inclusion of hard copies of prevailing wage determinations in their project specifications may no longer be advisable. As you are aware, New Jersey law requires the payment of prevailing wages on public projects. Accordingly, Read More

11th annual New Jersey CANstruction

May 31, 2009

The Newark Suburban Chapter of the American Institute of Architects is pleased to announce the 11th annual New Jersey CANstruction competition has a new home! In October the competition will be held at The Prudential Center Arena in Newark to support the Community Food Bank of New Jersey. To celebrate our new location for 2009, Read More

AIA-NJ Supports Restoration of the Orange Public Library

May 25, 2009

Turn-of-the-Century Structure Is National Historic Landmark ORANGE, N.J. — The New Jersey Chapter of the American Institute of Architects has announced its support of the restoration of the historic Orange Public Library at 348 Main St. in Orange, N.J., with a financial contribution. The contribution was made at a recent fund-raising event at which Samuel Read More

Architects Tour Homes Designed by Carl Kemm Loven in Bergen County, N.J.

May 25, 2009

Part of Effort to Preserve Fairytale Norman-Style Homes GLEN ROCK, N.J. – The fairytale Norman-style homes of New Jersey architect Carl Kemm Loven served as a source of inspiration and admiration for a group of more than 20 architects from the Architects League of Northern New Jersey who toured the homes on May 9. The Read More

THIS WEEK IN TRENTON

May 25, 2009

May 22, 2009 Treasurer Provides Revenue Update; Outlines Further Cuts in FY2010 Budget State Treasurer David Rousseau appeared before both the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee and the Assembly Budget Committee this week to provide updated revenue projections and the Administration’s proposals to close a gap in the FY2010 budget. The Governor’s budget proposal now Read More

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