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About AIAri

AIA Rhode Island is a statewide component of the American Institute of Architects in Washington, DC. It is a professional association representing over 200 professionals and 50 affiliate members. Members adhere to a code of ethics and professional conduct that assures the client, the public, and colleagues of an AIA-member architect’s dedication to the highest standards in professional practice. Affiliate members include engineers, contractors, owners/clients, public officials, other allied professionals, students, and others interested in design and the built environment.

MISSION

AIA Rhode Island, the Rhode Island chapter of the American Institute of Architects, is an organization of architectural design professionals dedicated to enhancing the quality of our built environment, and thereby the quality of life. The Chapter endeavors to bring together and serve all who are interested in the art and science of architecture. AIAri aspires to increase the public’s knowledge and understanding of the architectural profession, expand the knowledge of all participating in the architectural process and improve the quality of services provided by architectural professionals.

HISTORY

Founded in 1875, the seventh oldest chapter in America, AIA Rhode Island remains highly committed to excellence in architecture and service to the public. It offers many programs that enhance the public understanding of design, as well as, the practice of architecture.

amended bylaws 2016 (pdf)

RE: 68th Annual ESBOF Educational Conference - Sponsorship - Call for Board vote
 
Background, provided by Jen Space, Assoc AIA:
Cecelia has expressed an interest in helping promote AIAri and procure AIA CEU’s for the Eastern States Building Officials Federation’s 68th Annual Meeting.  The meeting this year is in Rhode Island.  I have attached a Sponsorship Brochure for everyone to take a look at.  The event is April  9-12 in Newport.
 
I am proposing sponsoring at the $600 level.  We will be able to have a table in the vendor area and present to the crowd.  Cecelia will man the table and do the presentation on AIAri’s behalf.  Jen Z has also offered to help out at the table.  This will be a nice way to gain exposure and promote the membership.  Cecelia has also asked the Membership Committee to help at the table.  If anyone else is interested I am sure Cecelia would love the help.  Also, if there are questions about the event please contact Cecelia.
 
Current Motion:
AIA Rhode Island to provide a $600 Sponsorship to 68th Annual ESBOF Educational Conference.
 
Note: Board voting allowed for 24 hours; the deadline is Friday March 30, 2017 at 2:30pm.

 Antitrust (pdf)

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