About This Blog

Welcome to the AIA New Jersey Blog –
updated May 18, 2009

Much is happening in todays NJ architectural community.   This blog is a place for AIA-NJ members, NJ architects, allied professionals and the public to come together on some of these issues.  We are encouraging our Knowledge Communities and Committees to post information here to become a resource for everyone.

Join in – be a part of our discussion and have your voice be heard.  Click on the categories on the right to find information about a specific topic.

Also, watch for latest information regarding the latest News and Happenings – for example in June AIA-NJ is hosting it’s first Open House be a part. Or the Public Awareness Committee is holding the latest Meet The Press event. Planning is underway for this years Design Conference, see news as it becomes available.

If you are interested in a topic that you do not see email suggestions to: [email protected]
Or add a comment below, we will have someone post an answer to your question or information on that topic.

Learn more about AIA New Jersey and find out more about our organization at our website – www/aia-nj.org

– AIA New Jersey


  • L. Powers  On April 7, 2009 at 12:03 pm

    Great news resource!

  • Bob Allen  On April 17, 2009 at 1:24 pm

    Can anyone tell me how/where to contact Harry T. Clinton.
    Thanks, Bob Allen

    • admin  On April 17, 2009 at 3:20 pm

      Someone from AIA-NJ will be contacting you directly regarding this inquiry. Thank you.

    • Louis DiGeronimo AIA  On March 19, 2014 at 1:25 pm

      Harry passed away several years ago

  • Jeffrey Martin  On May 3, 2009 at 1:17 pm

    Who’s Hiring?, Who’s building?

  • Rene Clawson, AIA, CID, LEED AP  On May 18, 2009 at 11:49 am

    I think the AIA should use this wonderful oportunity with Ren Miller and the AIA-NJ PR and Architecture (formerly Meet the Press)to discuss the use of the title Architect in his magazine. We have all worked so hard to be licensed professionals and to see articles and advertisements in publications that dismiss this by saying such things as “self taught architect” or “contractor with a background in architecture” or listing the name of a “designer” under the title architect lessons their credibility as a legitamate publication. The last such event I attended regarding media a couple of years back went over the use of the term architect and architecture on business cards, letter head and marketing materials saying that the name of a professional and their license number must accomany the words Architect, architectural and architecture. I rarely see this in adds or articles that are published. This seems like a great opportunity to let the editor know the laws regarding this if he is not already aware. Respectfully submitted, M. René Clawson, AIA

  • Gene Grodzki  On February 8, 2011 at 3:35 pm

    R S Knapp / Napco (www.napconet.com)has been a partner and resource to the Architecture community for 65 years. The blog is a great idea as it helps us in the loop. Technology has impacted Architecture and Reprographics equally in the past 10 years and we both need to stay ahead of the curve.
    Great Job!

  • James V. Livoti, AIA  On February 10, 2012 at 6:20 am

    I have been a proponent of repealing the “single fsmily exemption” since I was licensed in 1992 This piece of
    legislation has and is a loop hole for builders and owners
    to avoid using a licensed Architect.It is antiquated and
    must go!!

  • BLL COMMONS  On May 7, 2015 at 10:57 am


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