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  AIA Utah   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In addition to meeting professional standards for licensure to practice architecture, AIA architects adhere to the AIA Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct, assuring clients, the public, and colleagues of their dedication to high standards of professional practice.
AIA members must also fulfill annual continuing education requirements to maintain their membership and to stay current in their profession.
Architects tend to be men and women who measure success not in terms of fame and fortune, but in terms of design achievement, personal growth, and the satisfaction that comes from making a contribution to society by influencing, for the better, the way we all live.
www.aiautah.org   (322 words)

 Architects, except landscape and naval
Employment of architects is projected to grow about as fast as the average for all occupations through 2012, and additional job openings will stem from the need to replace architects who retire, transfer to new occupations, or leave the labor force permanently for other reasons.
Prospective architects who gain career-related experience in an architectural firm while they are still in school and who know CADD technology—especially that which conforms to the new national standards—will have a distinct advantage in obtaining an intern position after graduation.
Architects who are licensed to practice in one State must meet the licensing requirements of other States before practicing elsewhere.
stats.bls.gov /oco/ocos038.htm   (2690 words)

 American Institute of Architects - Rochester, New York
AIA Rochester's mission is to promote the profession and practice of Architecture in the Greater Rochester Area.
AIA Rochester is dedicated to providing its members opportunities for professional advancement, community involvement; and promoting design excellence in the built environment.
In 1968, Rochester architects recognized that their needs and problems were different from those in Syracuse, Utica, Watertown, Corning and Binghamton and desired to become an independent chapter.
www.aiaroch.org   (1371 words)

 Alibris: American Institute Of Architects
by American Institute Of Architects, and Aia, and Demkin, Joseph A
Created in 1933, the Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) federal program established the first systematic identification and documentation of historic buildings throughout the U.S. This is a complete history of HABS in New Mexico, an ongoing project dedicated to the preservation of four centuries of architecture.
by Palmer, Mickey A., and American Institute of Architects
www.alibris.com /search/books/author/American_Institute_Of_Architects   (860 words)

 AIA | Architect Finder   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Then click "Submit" to find AIA architects within a 50-mile radius of your ZIP code that specialize in the building type you selected.
Architects take your vision and give it form, explore its possibilities, raise it to new levels, and then integrate it into your building site and the community at large.
The sooner you bring an architect on board, the more fully your vision can be realized – even exceeding your own expectations.
www.aia.org /architect_finder   (202 words)

 American Enterprise Institute - SourceWatch
The American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI) is an extremely influential, pro-business right-wing think tank founded in 1943 by Lewis H. Brown.
AEI rents office space to the Project for the New American Century, one of the leading voices that pushed the Bush administration's plan for "regime change" through war in Iraq.
The Center for the Study of American Business and the Center for Strategic and International Studies are said to be spinoffs of the AEI (Saloma, 1984).
www.sourcewatch.org /index.php?title=American_Enterprise_Institute   (1064 words)

 AIA Florida   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
AIA Florida members are encouraged to view the AIA Hurricane Katrina Relief Page to gain insight on the official position of the association from a national standpoint.
AIA Florida currently is compiling a database of members who are willing to open their homes and offices to Louisiana architects (as well as Mississippi and Alabama components, though contact has not yet been established with those components) displaced by Hurricane Katrina.
Eighty percent of Louisiana's architects are based in the southern region of the state and therefore unable to work.
www.aiafla.org   (522 words)

 DOE Solar Decathlon: Sponsor - American Institute of Architects   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) first demonstrated its staunch commitment to energy conservation a quarter of a century ago.
In cooperation with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), AIA members in the late 1970s devoted approximately $1 million in Institute funds to educate architects and their partners in the construction industry about energy-efficient and renewable energy practices and technologies.
Shown here are examples of the resource-efficient buildings named as the 2004 AIA Top Ten Green Projects, which included projects designed for the federal government, large and small businesses, nonprofit organizations, and individuals, proving the environmental, social, and economic benefits of sustainable design for clients of any size.
www.eere.energy.gov /solar_decathlon/sponsors_aia.html   (629 words)

AIA Spokane President Chuck Horgan, AIA, noted the importance of having a professional elected to the legislature, “We need legislators who are focused on solving Washington’s problems and getting our economy back on track.
The AIA Washington Council is Council is a professional society comprised of registered architects in the State of Washington.
The mission of AIA Washington Council, incorporated in 1960, is to represent the common interests of all of Washington’s architects, to further public awareness of architects, and to represent the interests of the profession before state government.
www.aiacentwa.org   (981 words)

 AIA Georgia - An Association of the American Institute of Architects   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
AIA Georgia - An Association of the American Institute of Architects
AIA Georgia is pleased to annouce the election of William J. Stanley III for the 2007-2009 SAR Director position.
AIA Georgia 2006 Board Election Results are in.
www.aiaga.org   (80 words)

 Welcome to AIA Chicago
Join more than 700 architects, contractors, clients, and others in the design and construction community on Friday, October 21, in the Grand Ballroom at Navy Pier.
Tickets are $10 for members of AIA Chicago or the Architecture and Design Society, $15 for nonmembers, and $5 for students.
Find the answers in the electronic PDF copy of the 2005 AIA Compensation Report, the most comprehensive source of compensation information for architects.
www.aiachicago.org   (534 words)

 The Offical Web site of AIA Maine
From left: AIA Maine Design Awards 2006, the first LEED-certified project completed in Maine and Community Design Workshops and AIA Maine a review by Alan Holt, AIA.
Now more than 200 strong, AIA Maine members are located across the State and practice in firms ranging in size from one to 100.
AIA Maine Design Awards 2006 - format requirements are now available.
www.aiamaine.org   (136 words)

 architecture competitions news, tenders, jobs, vacancies, links, books, posters   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Development of Lands at Scalaheen, Co. Tipperary The RIAI (Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland), in conjunction with Tipperary Town Council, is pleased to announce the launch of a One Stage Design Competition for the design of 3, 4 and 5 Bedroom Houses at Scalaheen, Co. Tipperary.
The AIA NY Chapter Emerging New York Architect Committee is announcing the second biennial international ideas competition to explore issues of universal design and historic rejuvenation in developing a visual / performing arts center on Roosevelt Island.
To promote and foster the development and circulation of architectural ideas, Pamphlet Architecture is again offering an opportunity for architects, designers, theorists, urbanists, and landscape architects to publish their designs, manifestos, ideas, theories, ruminations, hopes, and insights for the future of the designed and built world.
www.thearchitectureroom.com   (3148 words)

 AIA Miami
American Institute of Architects Miami Chapter board members Angel C. Saqui, FAIA, and Lourdes Solera, AIA, were the recipients of two of the major Florida Association of AIA awards – the prestigious Gold Medal and the Anthony J. Pullara Individual Honor Award, respectively.
In celebration of Architecture, AIA Miami is pleased to announce this call for entries to its Twelfth Annual International Photography Competition.
The Miami Chapter of the American Institute of Architects is dedicated to providing opportunities to celebrate design and architecture.
www.aiamiami.com   (273 words)

 AIA Fort Worth
AIA Fort Worth, a chapter of The American Institute of Architects (AIA), is a professional organization of architects from the North Texas counties of Comanche, Cooke, Eastland, Erath, Haskell, Hood, Jack, Johnson, Palo Pinto, Parker, Somervell, Stephens, Tarrant, Throckmorton, and Wise.
The Vision of AIA Fort Worth is to be a vehicle for the celebration of architecture.
The Mission of AIA Fort Worth is to promote the value of architecture to the public, and to unify the membership in service to and growth of the profession
www.aiafortworth.org   (174 words)

 AIA Kentucky: A Society of The American Institute of Architects
AIA Kentucky: A Society of The American Institute of Architects
AIA members who would like to provide assistance to members in need from hurricane Katrina, please post your job openings, space availabilities, and other offers of aid on the web site: AIA Hurricane Response Exchange.
The AIA contributions will be distributed to members on an as-needed basis in conjunction with local components in the affected areas.
aiaky.org   (897 words)

 AIA Washington Council Home Page
The Council is a professional society comprised of registered architects in the State of Washington.
The mission of AIA Washington Council, incorporated in 1960, is to serve its members through influencing state government with regard to issues that impact the practice of architecture.
AIA architects are recognized by Governor Gregoire for helping to pass the nation's first statewide sustainable design law for public buildings and schools.
www.aiawa.org   (272 words)

 American Antitrust Institute - Links   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
AAI on MDP The American Antitrust Institute's position on the ABA proposal to continue to bar Multidisciplinary Practice by lawyers is summarized in this 1999 press packet, with links to many related sources.
Virtual Institute of Information This independent, internet-based "resource for telecommunications and mass media research" is sponsored by the Columbia (Univ.) Business School, and includes information and analysis about many aspects of mass media, along with comprehensive links to firms and associations in all sectors of the industry, and to relevant government agencies (worldwide).
The American Antitrust Institute's proposal for a $30,000 research grant was approved for legal and economic research that will facilitate future enforcement efforts by other antitrust enforcers in the medical waste industry.
www.antitrustinstitute.org /links/industry.cfm   (8349 words)

 Architectural Record: The resource for architecture and architects   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This month, dig in to projects by architects that respect and consider topography and geography.
Our special feature on Hurricane Katrina includes exclusive photo tours of the hard-hit South, architects weighing in on the rebuilding process, and many other articles.
architects take on the challenge of being green.
www.architecturalrecord.com   (317 words)

 AIA Trust: Welcome
The AIA Trust was established in 1952 by The American Institute of Architects as a separate entity.
The AIA Trust is governed by a group of six AIA members and one AIA component executive who serve as Trustees, appointed by the AIA President.
The AIA Trust’s gift to you when you join AIA as an AIA or Associate member is one-year of no-cost, $15,000 life insurance...
www.theaiatrust.com   (380 words)

 royal institute of british architects -- royal institute of british architects   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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The Royal Society of Architects in Wales The Royal Society of Architects in Wales (RSAW) is constituted as the regional organisation of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in Wales.
www.rayarchitect.com /royalinstituteofbritisharchitects   (3609 words)

 American Enterprise Institute - dKosopedia
The American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI) is an extremely influential, pro-business think tank founded in 1943 by Lewis H. Brown.
Ronald Reagan said of the AEI in 1988, "The American Enterprise Institute stands at the center of a revolution in ideas of which I, too, have been a part.
In June 2003, AEI and another right-wing group, the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies, launched a new website NGOWatch.org/NGOwatch.org to expose the funding, operations and agendas of international NGOs, and particularly their alleged efforts to constrain US freedom of action in international affairs and influence the behavior of corporations abroad.
www.dkosopedia.com /index.php/American_Enterprise_Institute   (950 words)

 Welcome To The Modular Building Institute!
The Modular Building Institute is the trade association representing the Manufacturers, Dealers, and Suppliers of the Commercial Factory-Built Structures Industry.
Attendees are sales people, branch managers, architects, those responsible for operations and major projects, apprentice technicians, human resource managers, estimators, installers, and others.
Placement of the MBI Seal indicates a modular building was manufactured by or sold or leased through a member subscribing to a code of ethics regarding high standards.
www.mbinet.org   (308 words)

 A I A Houston :: Home.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
AIA Houston Sandcastle Logo Design Competition Call for Entries.
The final presentation materials must be received in the AIA Houston office at 3000 Richmond Ave., Ste.
The American Institute of Architects and the Academy of Architecture for Justice presents Justice and the City, a conference that will focus on the role of criminal justice facilities in urban environments and how courthouses and jails have evolved in the context of the city and suburbs.
www.aiahoutx.org   (349 words)

 American Institute of Architects - James River Chapter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
We’re inviting artists, architects, musicians, writers, photographers, hair dressers, chefs, graphic artists, interior designers, performing artists, filmmakers, marketing professionals, museum curators, dancers and all the folks in town who support us.
With the loss of the Charlottesville Section and creation of AIA Central Virginia, the time has come for us to embrace a chapter name that truly represents our membership.
As part of several programs developed for Interns, the James River Chapter of the American Institute of Architects would like to introduce a series of lunchtime hard hat tours of different projects under construction within a 20-mile radius of downtown Richmond.
www.aiajr.org   (868 words)

 Dallas AIA - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The mission of AIA Dallas Chapter is to encourage, promote, advance and coordinate efforts to uphold the highest standards of the Architectural Profession in the community.
would like to help those architects who are not able to return to their hometowns for employment.
Architects, contractors, design firms, consultants, engineers, leaders of other top AIA Chapters in the country, 100 key local, state and national government officials, and friends of architects are just some of the wonderful individuals associated with the AIA Dallas Chapter.
www.dallasaia.org   (178 words)

 American Institute of Architects, Pasadena & Foothill Chapter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
American Institute of Architects, Pasadena and Foothill Chapter
Throughout its history, the Pasadena and Foothill Chapter of the American Institute of Architects has had a unique sense of fellowship amongst its members.
The AIA office maintains a file of firm referrals and a library of firm binders for public review, along with supplemental materials on selecting an architect.
www.aiapf.org   (637 words)

 AIA Seattle
A Chapter of The American Institute of Architects
Champion Peter David Greaves AIA welcomes ideas and energy for AIA Seattle involvement in AIA150: "In 2007, the Members of The American Institute of Architects will mark the AIA's 150 years of service to the profession and the nation by working with their communities to create a better future by design."
Northwest architects will present case studies of their projects, focusing on design details of the envelope, from the roof to the foundation.
www.aiaseattle.org   (657 words)

 AIA Minnesota
Now in its second year, the AIA Northern Minnesota Chapter Scholarship Competition aims to reach out to youth interested in architecture, boost awareness of the architectural profession and help junior or senior high school students interested in design with the next step in their education.
AIA Minnesota’s Associates Committee and the Young Architects Forum have combined into one – the Emerging Professionals Committee.
The purpose of the newly combined Committee will continue to reflect those of the previous two: to keep in touch with the needs of Associate members and newly licensed architects; to ensure that the needs of this constituency of membership is being met; and to provide social and educational activities of interest to emerging professionals.
www.aia-mn.org   (439 words)

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