May 19, 2021
AIA New Jersey Celebrates Historic Preservation Month with the Premier of Historical Buildings in a Post Pandemic Era The AIA NJ Public Awareness Committee is continuing its successful series of free webinars for elected officials, municipal staff, developers, business owners, facility managers, operators, users, and architects to assist them in understanding operations and design changes Read More
March 31, 2021
AIA New Jersey is Celebrating our Female Fellows: Anne E. Weber, FAIA Anne E. Weber, FAIA, is a Senior Associate at Preservation Desing Partnership in Philadelphia, PA. She has previously been a partner at Mills + Schnoering, LLC and Senior Associate at Farewell Mills Gatsch Architects. Anne E. Weber, FAIA, specializes in the preservation of Read More
January 9, 2021
Governor Murphy Signs New Jersey’s Economic Recovery Bill Reviving Tax Incentive Programs On Thursday, January 7, 2021, New Jersey’s Governor Murphy signed the economic recovery bill establishing tax credits (see below). AIA New Jersey’s Historic Preservation Representatives Michael Calafati, AIA and Michael Hanrahan, AIA, along with Executive Director, Joseph Simonetta, Hon AIA, CACE; were the Read More
May 8, 2020
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
May 1, 2020
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
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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.
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