Make your plans now to join AIA North Carolina and our strategic partners in the North Carolina Recovery Coalition, Carolinas AGC, ACEC NC, and PENC for the 2014 NC Legislative Day in Raleigh, May 28.  

The State Construction Office has reported that state agencies and universities are facing more than $4.9 billion in building deficiencies because of deferred maintenance and repairs. Elected leaders have forestalled decisions about capital spending on state buildings for far too long. We're going focus the General Assembly's attention on what "the cost of doing nothing" means to the infrastructure and economy of North Carolina.

This is a unique opportunity for you join  your peers from the design and construction community as we show our strength as an industry to members of the NC General Assembly, as well as spend time face-to-face with influential state legislators.

The day will kick-off at the AIA NC Center for Architecture & Design with a review of current construction industry legislation and a briefing on our state's capital building needs. From there, you will join fellow AIA members for a day at the Legislative Complex where you will have an opportunity to engage with members from the General Assembly. This event is free to all AIA members. All we ask is that you to register in advance. 

AIANC Legislative Day and Luncheon

Date: Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Locations and Times:

  • AIA NC Center for Architecture & Design Check-in and Leg Briefing: 9:00 am – 10:30 am
  • North Carolina General Assembly Legislative Visits: 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
  • AIA NC Center for Architecture & Design (Legislative Luncheon): 12:30 pm – 2 pm

Registration Deadline: Register online here before Friday, May 16

Cost: Free for AIA North Carolina Members

Briefing Papers:

The briefing papers here contain information about these additional items AIA will be tracking during the 2014 short session.

AIA members are encouraged to discuss these issues with their legislative representatives if you are comfortable addressing the subject matter.

Legislative Directory: Click here to download our 2014 legislative pocket directory. (print on legal size paper and fold twice.)

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AuthorDavid Crawford