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New Benefits to Yout Membership

by Justin A. Mihalik, AIA Membership Chair 2014

Just flying back home from the 2014 Convention and there are some exciting new benefits to your membership I wanted to share with you.  475 more words

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Regional Architecture Groups Look At Critical Infrastructure in a Post-Sandy World

Reprint of article published on July 11, 2014, on NJBiz

Chapters of the American Institute of Architects from New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Rhode Island held a “regional recovery working group” Friday on the campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison, focusing on changes to critical infrastructure design in a post-Hurricane Sandy world. 228 more words

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Meet the AIA-NJ 2015 Officers

When serving as past president you automatically become the chairman of the Election Committee. Along with the help of the Past Presidents of each Section it is my pleasure to introduce you to the Executive Committee for AIA-NJ 2015.  1,990 more words

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Architecture for Humanity REDC

REDC

Resilience Through Education & Design Center

July 18-20 at the Seaside Heights Community Center,
1000 Bay Blvd., Seaside Heights, NJ 08751.  

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AIA Convention Recap - New Jersey & Chicago

A number of AIA-NJ members just returned from an inspiring few days at the AIA National convention in Chicago.   In addition to continuing education seminars, engaged keynote speakers and a large expo floor the city had so much to offer a group of architects.   260 more words

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Architecture Positions Available

New Jersey Architecture Firm looking to fill the following positions:

ARCHITECT   - Well established creative Architectural Design Studio seeking Architect with B. of Arch Degree plus 6 to10 years’ experience.   152 more words

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SENATE PASSES MAJOR AIA-NJ LEGISLATIVE INITIATIVE

SENATE PASSES MAJOR AIA-NJ LEGISLATIVE INITIATIVE

Bill now moves to Governor Christie’s desk

Last night, the New Jersey State Senate unanimously passed A2025, a AIA-NJ-supported bill that grants immunity from liability for certain professional services rendered during emergencies under certain circumstances. 109 more words

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