The Long Island Chapter of the American Institute of Architects


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A CHAPTER of the AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS

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STORM RELIEF ASSISTANCE

The Long Island Chapter of the American Institute or Architects is offering pro-bono architectural consultation to any persons who incurred damage to their homes and/or property as a result of Hurricane Sandy.  Any homeowner wishing consultation may contact the Chapter office at 516-294-0971 to schedule an appointment.

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Rebuilding NYC,Hurricane Sandy Rules & Regulations

New York City Council Approves New Effective Date for 2014 NYC Construction Codes: December 31, 2014.

When to use 2008 code and when to use 2014 code.

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AIA | LIC Presents

13th Annual Product Fair
Uniondale Marriott Hotel & Conference Center
April 16, 2015

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01 The_Architect_s_Education.mp4 02 Who_Needs_an_Architect.mp4 03 How_to_Choose_an_Architect_for_Your_Project.mp4 04 The_Client_s_Role_for_a_Successful_Residential_Project.mp4 05 What_should_your_house_look_like.mp4

01 - The Architect’s Education

02 -  Who Needs an Architect?

03 -  How to Choose an Architect for Your Project

04 -  The Clients Role for a Successful Residential Project

05 -  What Should Your House Look Like?