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Architects In Our Communities: Atlantic City Holocaust Memorial

April 21, 2019

Architects In Our Communities: Atlantic City Holocaust Memorial   Day one of National Architecture Week 2019 celebrates the ways architects design public spaces that positively impact our lives. Our featured project is the proposed Atlantic City Holocaust Memorial.  The Atlantic City Holocaust Memorial is finally moving forward towards realization. After many years of debate over Read More

Judith Anne Donnelly, AIA, Installed as 2019 President of AIA New Jersey

April 17, 2019

  Judith Anne Donnelly, AIA, Installed as 2019 President of AIA New Jersey   On March 23, 2019, The American Institute of Architects New Jersey Chapter celebrated Design, Service and Leadership at its annual AIA New Jersey State Awards Gala at The Park Avenue Club in Florham Park, NJ, a combined celebration with AIA Newark Read More

In The AIA New Jersey Women In Architecture Spotlight: MJ Sagan, AIA, Strives to Achieve Simple, Clean, Thoughtful Design

March 31, 2019

In The AIA New Jersey Women In Architecture Spotlight: MJ Sagan, AIA, Strives to Achieve Simple, Clean, Thoughtful Design MJ Sagan is the president of MJ Sagan Architecture, an award-winning architecture firm in Princeton, New Jersey. Established in 2006, the office specializes in custom designs for a wide range of national & international commercial, retail Read More

Angelica Arent, Associate AIA, Finds Support and Motivation from Family of Architects

March 13, 2019

  Angelica Arent, Associate AIA, Finds Support and Motivation from Family of Architects                           I started my professional career as a Registered Architect in Mexico. In 2002, I relocated to the United States. While I was excited about this opportunity, naturally I was Read More

Alexis Goldman, AIA, CDT, LEED AP, in the AIA New Jersey Women In Architecture Spotlight

March 12, 2019

Alexis Goldman, AIA, CDT, LEED AP, in the AIA New Jersey Women In Architecture Spotlight People always ask, how/why did you choose Architecture? It’s a rather interesting story… Early in high school, I wanted to be a Paleontologist because of my interest in history and evolution. Since I excelled at math and was very artistic, Read More

AIA New Jersey Black History Showcase Presents Maria K. Hawkins, Associate AIA

February 17, 2019

AIA New Jersey Black History Showcase Presents Maria K. Hawkins, Associate AIA   As a young child, I didn’t have a clear appreciation of the role of “architect” nor “architecture” in society. These were abstract concepts to me, simply because my built environment came to be by “construction workers” and “builders”.     After years Read More

AIA New Jersey Urban Renewal Project Showcase

February 1, 2019

AIA New Jersey Urban Renewal Project Showcase       Our new AIA National President, William J. Bates, FAIA, is highlighting the priority of the New Urban Agenda.    According to the United Nations, the sustainable development goals for the New Urban Agenda include:   Provide basic services for all citizens Ensure that all citizens Read More

AIA New Jersey Sends Representative William J. Martin, AIA, to Testify Before NJ Senate Budget Committee

December 6, 2018

AIA New Jersey Sends Representative William J. Martin, AIA, to Testify Before NJ Senate Budget Committee On Monday, December 3, 2018, AIA New Jersey member William J Martin, AIA, testified before the NJ Senate Budget Committee regarding Senate Bill 1261: The Prohibition on Lightweight Construction, to present AIA NJ’s position that individual codes should not Read More

O’Donnell to Serve on the AIA National Young Architects Forum

September 19, 2018

O’Donnell to Serve on the AIA National Young Architects Forum   Jessica O’Donnell, AIA was selected to serve on the AIA Knowledge for the Young Architects Forum.  The Young Architects Forum (YAF), a program of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the College of Fellows (COF), was organized to address issues of particular importance to recently Read More

Code Announcement – Minor Work: A Reminder As We Close Out Building Safety Month

May 31, 2018

Code Announcement – Minor Work: A Reminder As We Close Out Building Safety Month As of March 5, 2018, the requirements for minor work and ordinary maintenance in the state of New Jersey have changed.  A variety of projects for commercial and residential structures that previously required building permits have now been categorized as Ordinary Maintenance Read More

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