The Garden Club of Harrington Park will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday, April 6, 2017 at 7:30 pm at the Harrington Park Library, 10 Herring Street, Harrington Park, New...
If you're planning a home or commercial design-build project, then you're probably considering hiring a professional architect. Architects are the only professionals in the construction industry who are ethically bound to represent you, the building owner. Professional qualifications for architects generally include having a college degree from an accredited school of architecture, requiring five or more years of professional studies, three years of internship under the supervision of licensed architects, passage of a rigorous examination and completion of yearly continuing education requirements. Only those New Jersey professional architects who have fulfilled these requirements, may legally call themselves architects and practice architecture in the jurisdiction granting the license. Individuals may be registered, or licensed, in more than one state by means of reciprocal licensing agreements among the states.
Look for the AIA initials after the name of any NJ architect you consider for your project. AIA New Jersey architects remain current with professional standards through continuing education and subscribe to a code of ethics and professional conduct that assure clients, the public and colleagues of their dedication to high standards in professional practice. AIA New Jersey architects know that the more knowledgeable their clients are, the more likely they are to fully participate in the process and enjoy the benefits of a collaborative effort.
The AIA New Jersey website features a New Jersey architectural firm directory, as well as useful information for consumers and commercial businesses considering hiring an architect for a home or business project.
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