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School is Out, Again!

June 17, 2020

School is Out, Again! Today may be the official last day of classes for many New Jersey communities, but due to COVID-19, Governor Murphy has declared that schools have been “out” since March 13. Most NJ schools switched to an online, virtual classroom format starting March 15, which children participating from home. Some households easily Read More

William J. Martin, AIA, Sharing His Profession With the Community!

June 16, 2020

William J. Martin, AIA, Sharing His Profession With the Community! The Westwood, NJ, Free Public Library is hosting a kids’ career exploration program this summer, and our very own William J. Martin, AIA, was invited to participate as a representative Architect.  Local professionals were offered the following: Thank you for participating in our new program, Read More

AIA New Jersey Members Asked to Participate in an Auburn University/ US Department of Housing and Urban Development Study

June 11, 2020

AIA New Jersey Members Asked to Participate in an Auburn University / US Department of Housing & Urban Development Study   A collaborative research team from Auburn University is seeking architects familiar with residential construction to complete a short survey related to “aging in place.” Specifically, the survey includes a listing of recommended items to Read More

Celebrate Frank Lloyd Wright’s Birthday tonight!

June 8, 2020

Celebrate Frank Lloyd Wright’s Birthday tonight! Today marks the 153rd anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright’s birthday! Join us at 9PM EDT for a live-streamed, global event, “Wright Sites x PechaKucha.” Click HERE to register!     

Practice Advisory on Office ReEntry

June 3, 2020

How to Re-Enter the Traditional Work Environment Reprinted Courtesy of our friends at AIA California Open, open, open Since March 2020, COVID-19 struck and the world had to respond. Architectural firms across California quickly pivoted to remote work environments while frenetically attempting to maintain progress on projects, all the while continue to stay connected to Read More

Today and Every Day, AIA New Jersey Stands for Equity, Human and Civil Rights

June 3, 2020

Today and Every Day, AIA New Jersey Stands for Equity, Human and Civil Rights Today our nation faces unprecedented challenges. The American Institute of Architects New Jersey Chapter (AIA-NJ) works to advance our state’s quality of life and protect the public’s health, safety, and welfare. Today and every day, we stand for equity, human and Read More

The Architects League of Northern New Jersey Announces Their June KIDS Challenge

June 3, 2020

  June 2020: Doghouse Challenge   Calling all Future Architects and Master Builders! Join the Architects League in our Doghouse Challenge. Every pet deserves to be pampered, whether it be a room full of couches to lay on or an automatic treat dispensing kitchen. It may include an indoor lap pool for our water-loving breeds Read More

Architectural Record Redesign

June 3, 2020

Architectural Record looking to redesign – Calling ALL Architects. We are inviting all architects and designers to submit their ideas. The winning designer will be credited in Architectural Record with his/her bio, and receive a free three-year RECORD Premium Membership (includes 36 print issues). Submission should be minimum 6 inches wide and designed as vector Read More

The HERS Associate Course

May 28, 2020

The HERS Associate Course – Now Online!   Thursdays, June 4 – July 2nd 2:00 pm CST   This popular classroom training is now a FREE five-part online course via Zoom Mike Barcik Southface Institute   This course introduces the HERS Index and explores how it’s used to comply with the building code. Basic building science principles will Read More

Businessowners’ Efforts to be Safer When Re-Opening Might Actually be MORE Dangerous

May 20, 2020

Businessowners’ Efforts to be Safer When Re-Opening Might Actually be MORE Dangerous Now, during Building Safety Month, it’s as important as ever to remember that buildings are designed with the intention to provide safe exit in an emergency, proper ventilation, and sprinkler coverage. Dividers between workstations, salon chairs and dining tables will become more common as Read More

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