Celebrate Excellence in Design on September 27th
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Celebrate Excellence in Design on September 27th
UPDATES FROM AIA's DISASTER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
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AIA Maryland is a state component of the American Institute of Architects. Our mission is to serve our members, advance their value, and improve the quality of the built environment and the practice of architecture in Maryland through legislative and governmental action.

Latest News

  • Exciting events at UMD School of Architecture, Planning & Practice

    There are several exciting events upcoming at the University of Maryland School of Architecture, Planning, and Practice.  October 5 through 7 the School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation and the National Center for Smart Growth has partnered with ArtPlace and National Consortium for Creative Placemaking to host  the conference "National Dialogue: Regional Impacts: Creative Placemaking and Change," The event will be attended by over 250 Creative Placemaking practitioners, scholars and funders from around the country. A poster annou... Read More
  • Architects Respond to Disasters

    Wednesday, September 12, 2018 - The AIA and AIA Maryland are closely monitoring Hurricane Florence and preparations for post-disaster assistance. AIA Maryland has been meeting with officials from Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) and introducing them to the Safety-Assessment Program (SAP) training our members have been taking. As of today, we have over 40 individuals with a current certification and MEMA officials know we stand ready to assist with rapid building assessments if needed. We are not yet set up for EMAC - Emerge... Read More
  • September is National Preparedness Month: Learn Life Saving Skills

    While AIA Maryland continues work to ramp up the Statewide Disaster Assistance Program, we want to remind all our members to prepare for a disaster BEFORE the disaster strikes. We are happy to share the following from FEMA with you: While we can’t prevent unexpected emergencies, we can increase our preparedness for the next event.  Before a disaster, we must make preparedness actions part of our daily routine at work and at home and learn critical response skills. Neighbors, by-standers, and co-workers are usually the most immediate suppo... Read More
  • ARE Update: October Fee Increase

    Now that the Architect Registration Examination (ARE) 4.0 has retired, you may be wondering what happens next. Here are a few things to keep in mind over the next few months. Upcoming Fee Increase As a reminder, the cost of each ARE 5.0 division will increase from $210 to $235 on October 1, 2018. The total cost of the six-division exam ($1,410) will still be less than ARE 4.0's total fees. Candidates can purchase seat credits for an ARE 5.0 division at the $210 price until September 30th. Purchase your s... Read More

Member News

  • Hord Coplan Macht Announces New Principals

    Baltimore, MD / September 14, 2018 - Hord Coplan Macht is proud to announce that the following team members have been promoted in recognition for their skills and leadership not only within the firm,... Read More
  • ACE Mentor Scholarship Awarded

    Salisbury, MD / September, 2018 - Davis, Bowen & Friedel, Inc. (DBF) and the ACE Mentor Program of Maryland’s Eastern Shore presented the 2018 DBF/ACE Gerald Friedel Legacy Scholarship to an ou... Read More
  • GWWO Welcomes Lauren Miller

    Baltimore, MD / September 12, 2018 - GWWO, Inc./Architects is pleased to welcome Lauren Miller to the firm! A former GWWO student intern, Lauren re-joins our firm after receiving her Master of Archit... Read More
  • Quinn Evans Architects Promotes Three

    Baltimore, MD / August 29, 2018 - Quinn Evans Architects, one of the nation’s leading architectural firms specializing in planning, design, and historic preservation, has announced the promotion of... Read More