AIA Procrastinators' Days 2018 Sessions are Dec 6-8. DETAILS ARE BELOW

Don't miss our Dec 13 Meeting - 1 CEU: See Below

Welcome to Bronx AIA


Updated November 21, 2018 



Events

December 6-8, 2018

AIA Procrastinators' Days 2018 - Up to 17 HSW Credits

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December 6-8, 2018

AIA Procrastinators' Days 2018 - Up to 17 HSW Credits

At the Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Pl., NYC


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December 13, 2018 [Thursday]

AIA Bronx Chapter Meeting - Noon to 2pm

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December 13, 2018 [Thursday]

AIA Bronx Chapter Meeting - Noon to 2pm

Presentation: Versatex Building Products - 1 CEU


Artie's Restaurant
394 City Island Ave


Please RSVP to Bob Esnard: besnard@dzco.com , 212-977-4800 

January 17, 2019 [Thursday]

AIA Bronx Chapter Meeting - Noon to 2pm

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January 17, 2019 [Thursday]

AIA Bronx Chapter Meeting - Noon to 2pm

AIA Bronx Chapter Meeting - Noon to 2pm


Artie's Restaurant

394 City Island Ave


Please RSVP to Bob Esnard: besnard@dzco.com , 212-977-4800

March to June 2019

AIA Bronx Chapter Meeting Schedule

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March to June 2019

AIA Bronx Chapter Meeting Schedule

February 21, 2019 -  6:00-8:00pm

March 21, 2019 - Noon-2:00pm

April 18, 2019 -  6:00-8:00pm 

May 16, 2019 -  Noon-2:00pm

June 20, 2019 -  6:00-8:00pm


Please RSVP to Bob Esnard: besnard@dzco.com , 212-977-4800 

June 6-8, 2019

National AIA Convention, Las Vegas, NV

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June 6-8, 2019

National AIA Convention, Las Vegas, NV

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The BQDA Design Awards

See our 2018 BQ Design Award Winner

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About Us

History

  

The Bronx Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), represents Architects who practice and/or live within Bronx County of New York City. The Chapter was founded in 1945 to promote the profession, the objectives of the American Institute of Architects, and architecture within the Borough of the Bronx.


The American Institute of Architects was founded in New York City in 1857 and today has over Ninety Thousand members nationwide with its current administrative offices located in Washington, D.C. The Bronx Chapter is also a Member of AIA New York State, which has eight thousand members. The State organization was formed in 1931 from the then practicing group of licensed architects: The State of New York Council of Registered Architects. The AIA New York State organization is comprised of thirteen local chapters, including one in each of the five boroughs.

 


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Chapter Benefits

  

The Bronx Chapter members are committed to represent the professional interests of Architects in relation to allied businesses and the public concerning the planning, design, architecture, and construction issues of the borough. The Chapter interacts with Bronx elected officials, its educational institutions, and local non-profit organizations to enhance Bronx County while simultaneously supporting the highest level of professional conduct.


The AIA Bronx, due to its size, offers its members the ability to participate together on a very personal basis. The chapter develops its agenda from its members to advocate with government agencies, elected officials and community leaders for the "built environment". The chapter meets at the convenience of its members. Meetings take place on different months during the day and other times at night – allowing members flexibility to attend. 


AIA Bronx publicizes and celebrates design by joining AIA Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island for an annual awards program.

2019 Bronx Chapter Officers

President: Antonio Freda (left)


Vice President: Giuliano Penna

Secretary: Robert Esnard 

Treasurer: Kenneth Koons Jr. 


Directors: Kenneth Koons Sr., Sara Jazayeri, Martin Zelnik,
and Richard Stein

NYC DDC | Design & Construction Excellence 2.0 Program to Add New Tier For Projects Over $50 Million

We strongly encourage WMBEs – Minority- or Women-owned Business Enterprises – to respond to the RFP to qualify for Design and Construction Excellence,” said Acting Commissioner Barrio. “Working through our Office of Diversity & Industry Relations, DDC in the City’s last fiscal year awarded over $570 million in contracts to MWBEs.”

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