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Preview…The Value of The Architect Series Presents “Adapted Reuse: Recycling Old Buildings”

May 30, 2022

Reading Time: < 1 minute The Value of The Architect Series Presents “Adapted Reuse: Recycling Old Buildings” by ANNABELLE RADCLIFFE-TRENNER AIA, RIBA   According to the New Jersey Administrative Code, ARCHITECTS are the only professionals,” through education, training and experience, skilled in the Art and Science of Building Design, that are licensed to practice architecture in New Jersey”   “The Read More

The Value of The Architect Series Presents “Adapted Reuse: Recycling Old Buildings”

May 28, 2022

Reading Time: 8 minutes The Value of The Architect Series Presents “Adapted Reuse: Recycling Old Buildings” by ANNABELLE RADCLIFFE-TRENNER AIA, RIBA   According to the New Jersey Administrative Code, ARCHITECTS are the only professionals,” through education, training and experience, skilled in the Art and Science of Building Design, that are licensed to practice architecture in New Jersey”   “The Read More

It’s New Jersey Architecture Week 2022!

May 18, 2022

Reading Time: < 1 minute AIA New Jersey is Celebrating New Jersey Architecture week from May 15 – 22! Check out this sample of our members’ submissions and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin and Twitter for more! Want to contribute? Send your content to staceykliesch@gmail.com as a jpg. Post your content on your own social media pages and tag Read More

Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop Uncovers a Rare Surprise at City Hall

May 8, 2020

Reading Time: < 1 minute                     Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop Uncovers a Rare Surprise at City Hall by Michael Calafati, AIA, Chair of the AIA New Jersey Historic Resources Committee A sliver of a silver lining in the upheaval and loss caused by the pandemic is that deferred projects have Read More

AIA New Jersey’s Historic Resources Committee Welcomes Historic Preservation Month

May 1, 2020

Reading Time: 2 minutes AIA New Jersey’s Historic Resources Committee Welcomes Historic Preservation Month by Michael Calafati, AIA, LEED AP Chair, AIANJ Historic Resources Committee  AIA New Jersey is a leader in promoting the essential role that historic preservation plays in maintaining and improving the quality of life in New Jersey. With a long history and vast stock of Read More

May is Historic Preservation Month

May 1, 2019

Reading Time: < 1 minute May is Historic Preservation Month   Regardless of the type of architecture you practice, a community that appreciates and values their built environment is one that is friendly to architects and architecture. For that reason is it critical that we seek to cultivate a public that has an eye towards historic preservation. May is National Read More

Registration is Open for the Traditional Building Material and Methods Conference

May 23, 2018

Reading Time: < 1 minute Registration is Open for the Traditional Building Material and Methods Conference Join in for two days of preservation/restoration education and networking happy hours in one of America’s oldest hubs of higher learning. Pre-registration pricing is available until July 10, 2018. Discounts are available for government employees, educational personnel, and groups. Learn More at https://www.traditionalbuildingshow.com/ Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/traditional-building-conference-series-princeton-nj-registration-41316560946

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