Due to the National Convention in Atlanta, the office hours of AIA NC will be limited the week of May 11-15. Staff's access to email and voicemail during this time will be limited. 

Document orders made between Wednesday, May 13 through Friday, May 15 will not be fulfilled until Monday, May 18. 

If you need documents during that time, please visit The Virginia Society AIA online here.

AIA NC Office Hours: 

Monday       9 am - 5 pm
Tuesday      9 am - 5 pm
Wednesday 11 am - 3 pm
Thursday     9 am - 4 pm
Friday          CLOSED

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AuthorKeri Dixon

Five decades ago, the powerful sermons of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. reverberated inside the halls of Ebenezer Baptist Church, inspiring a generation of civil rights activists who shared his dreams of equality. This summer, less than 2 miles from the neighborhood where Dr. King made history, the civil rights movement is experiencing a rebirth with the opening of the long-awaited National Center for Civil and Human Rights.

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AuthorKeri Dixon

Modernist houses from Asheville to Wilmington received top honors last week in the third annual George Matsumoto Prize for Modernist residential design across the state, sponsored by the award-winning non-profit organization North Carolina Modernist Houses (NCMH). 

The houses submitted had to be in North Carolina but the designers could be based anywhere. All submissions were capable of winning in two, or both, categories: the Jury Awards and the People’s Choice Awards.

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AuthorKeri Dixon

 Katherine Hogan, AIA, partner and principal of Tonic Design + Tonic Construction in Raleigh, has received a 2014 Women in Business Award from Triangle Business Journal (TBJ) in the "Future Star" category.

According to TBJ, the Women in Business Awards program recognizes Triangle women “who have proven to be dynamic and outstanding leaders with established track records of significant accomplishments in business and/or community service.”

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AuthorKeri Dixon

Earlier, NCARB announced the transition plan from ARE 4.0 to ARE 5.0 and its credit model. While the launch of ARE 5.0 is still over two years away, we wanted to make candidates aware of the plan in order to help them determine their best path forward in completing the examination. Full details are available on NCARB.org and the NCARB Blog.

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AuthorKeri Dixon

Based on the results of ENR Southeast's Top Design Firms survey, it appears that the region's architects and engineers are starting to feel more positive about business activity. As I noted previously, 115 firms responded to this year's survey, and collectively reported a significant $3 billion in regional revenue, up considerably from the previous year's $2.3-billion tally. Looking into that data further revealed that several firms experienced significant gains in business activity during the past year.

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AuthorKeri Dixon