January 16, 2020
Call for Sessions Help shape the 2020 History and Historic Preservation Conference which will be held June 2 & 3 in Trenton, NJ! The NJ History and Historic Preservation Conference attracts a broad audience of professionals, historic site and museum managers, historic preservation commission members, and more. The conference planning committee seeks to Read More
May 1, 2019
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
March 18, 2019
Celebrate the Historic Milestones of the New Jersey State Board of Architects! New Jersey We are mere weeks away from NCARB’s 100th anniversary on May 2, 2019! To commemorate our countdown, we’ve expanded our Centennial website with a brief history of each registration board—including the evolution of licensing requirements, notable people and information, and a photo Read More
January 15, 2019
Historic Preservation grants available for Capital Level I & II, Historic Site Management, and Heritage Tourism projects The Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund was established by legislation in 2016 to provide an annual source of matching grants from the state’s corporate business tax for historic preservation projects. Since 1990, the Trust has awarded more Read More
November 7, 2018
AIA NJ Members Michael Calafati, AIA, and Michael Hanrahan, AIA, recently testified in support of the Historic Property Reinvestment Act (S1740/S2031) Past President and current chairman of the AIA NJ Legislative and Government Affairs Committee, Hanrahan, presented data demonstrating the benefits of preserved historic buildings to the character and commitment of a community, the Read More
Connect with Historic Resources Committee
The mission of the AIA Historic Resources Committee (HRC) is to identify, understand, and preserve architectural heritage – locally, nationally and internationally. HRC is engaged in promoting the role of the historic architect within the profession through the development of information and knowledge among members, allied professional organizations, and the public.
To find out more information about the AIA-NJ Historic Resources or if you are interested in getting involved, please contact us.
- Historic Resources Committee – Contact via email
- Michael Calafati, AIA
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