Welcome to The AIA Brooklyn Chapter
The Brooklyn Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, is a not for profit organization founded in 1894. With over 250 members, the Chapter is the second largest of the five chapters in New York City. The Brooklyn Chapter has represented the professional interests of architects for over a century. AIA Brooklyn is just one way AIA members, emerging professionals, and allied partners in the design industry can express their commitment to excellence and livability in our City's buildings, communities and environment. Members adhere to a code of ethics, continuing education, and professional conduct that assures the client, the public, and colleagues of an AIA member dedicated to the highest standards in professional practice.
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SPECIAL HURRICANE RELIEF EFFORT
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, NYC is preparing for the reconstruction and rebuilding of our neighborhoods and communities. As members of AIA Brooklyn we have extensive knowledge and acquire a high level of professional expertise that would be beneficial to our neighbors and friends in desperate need. No one knows our city as well as our members.
AIA Brooklyn is available to provide guidance to anyone in NYC at no charge via telephone just call (718) 797-4AIA (242) and leave a voicemail we will have one of our members return your call as quickly as possible.
Participating volunteer AIA Brooklyn Members are here to help. At this time special hurricane relief is available whereas AIA Brooklyn members will provide devastated hurricane victims a discounted rate in many cases at little if any cost and allow for a deferred payment plan of the fees for several months. Actual costs and deferred payment schedule to be agreed to by individual architect or engineer. While our members may be contracted for any project or reason to be eligible for this program we suggest it be applied to for the suggested reasons outlined below. Actual acceptance for any reason is at our members’ discretion.
General rules for qualifications are:
1. The property affected is the only owned property and is the primary residence of the victim.
2. The family affected has a household income below median of 60k a year.
Please be advised that AIA Brooklyn takes no responsibility or liability of any kind related to services provided by our members. AIA Brooklyn is only acting in response to a crisis in order to assist the public, we are not a policing authority. AIA Brooklyn is a 100 + year old not for profit organization that does not provide any professional services nor do we charge a fee.
Please contact AIA Brooklyn at (718) 797-4AIA (242) or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for a list of participating architects available in your area.
Together we will make our neighborhood a better place to live and work, one building at a time...
AIA Executive Meetings are held on the first (1st) Wednesday of every month at 6:00 PM
Open to executive staff and by invitation only.