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Suzanne DiGeronimo, FAIA, On Super Storm Sandy

October 29, 2019

Suzanne DiGeronimo, FAIA, On Super Storm Sandy             Who can forget Super Storm Sandy, seven years ago October 29, 2012?  It was a storm surge convergence of three environmental effects, low pressure, high tide, and a full moon.  Storm surge whips up sea volume off coast, so the 14-foot-high tides Read More

Sustainability and Resiliency: Verity Frizzell, FAIA

April 22, 2019

Sustainability and Resiliency: Verity Frizzell, FAIA, for Bay Head, NJ, Camp Osborne Sustainable Design Assessment Team, Commitment 2030 Education and East Coast Green Conference   Day two of National Architecture Week 2019 is EARTH DAY! Today we share how architects design sustainable projects that will help us reach our 2030 Commitment goals. In the Sustainability Read More

Hurricane Michael Disaster Assistance Information

November 5, 2018

Hurricane Michael Disaster Assistance Information         2018 AIA Florida President Kim Headland, AIA, sent out the following message to AIA New Jersey leadership on Hurricane Michael updates and opportunities to help: Hurricane Michael produced devastating destruction across much of the Florida Panhandle. It has produced the most widespread and severe damage experienced Read More

Point/Counterpoint: The Jersey Shore

October 5, 2016

THIS ARCHITECT’S OPINION: POINT/COUNTERPOINT The Aftermath of Superstorm Sandy and The Resurrection of THE JERSEY SHORE HOW HIGH IS ENOUGH? by Laurence E. Parisi, AIA   The residents of New Jersey are experienced with hard hitting storms which have caused death and destruction; however, Superstorm Sandy has topped them all as the most destructive hurricane ever Read More

“Hurriplan” Training Reigns on AIA New Jersey Architects

October 5, 2016

AIA-NJ HOMELAND SECURITY COMMITTEE NEWS AND UPDATES – HURRIPLAN TRAINING by: Laurence E. Parisi, AIA – Regional Disaster Assistance Coordinator   Recent training sponsored by The New Jersey Society of Architects was held at the Holliday Inn, in East Windsor, NJ. This two day event brought a wealth of pre-hurricane strategic planning knowledge to a Read More

Stand Up! How to be Part of the Solution After a Disaster

September 7, 2016

When: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 Where: At The Center  (AIANY Center for Architecture) 5.0 LU | 5.0 HSWRegin The AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee (DfRR) presents “Stand Up! How to Be a Part of the Solution after a Disaster,” the first annual Disaster U Workshop to discuss how architects and individuals Read More

NEWS AND UPDATES – DISASTER ASSISTANCE TRAINING HELD AT NJIT

May 4, 2016

AIA-NJ HOMELAND SECURITY COMMITTEE NEWS AND UPDATES – DISASTER ASSISTANCE TRAINING HELD AT NJIT by: Laurence E. Parisi, AIA – Regional Disaster Assistance Coordinator. April 1, 2016 was no fool’s day for the11 members of the AIA-NJ and AIA-NY who attended the first of the two day training sessions. Participating in the 8 hour “train Read More

2016 AIANJ Disaster Relief Training

March 16, 2016

Post Disaster Safety Assessment Program Training and Certification Seminar April 2, 2016 8:30 am – 4:00 pm at NJIT Weston Lecture Hall Click Here to Register

NJ Disaster Safety Assessment Seminar

March 18, 2015

  Registration Open Now for Post-Disaster Certification program. April 11, 2015 8:30 am to 4:00 pm at NJIT School of Architecture Click here to Sign Up now !    

Governor Signs Good Samaritan Bill

September 11, 2014

AIA New Jersey is pleased to announce the successful completion of one of its major legislative initiatives with the enactment of the Good Samaritan bill signed by Governor Christie yesterday. The profession will be in a position to offer its services to the people of New Jersey during a declared disaster as a first responder Read More

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