AIA: The voice of the Architect
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) St. Louis Chapter is the voice of the architectural profession, dedicated to serving its members, advancing their value, and improving the quality of the built environment. AIA St. Louis provides services and fellowship to the architectural profession in St. Louis and eastern Missouri.
To learn more about the national office of American Institute of Architects headquarters in Washington, DC, please click here.
The basis for AIA St. Louis public comments can be found at click here.
AIA St. Louis Public Policy Comments:
Public comment on Prop L, St. Louis County Library tax (October 2012) click here.
Public comment on the Schwarz/Van Hoefen (del taco) Complex on Grand Avenue click here.
Public comment on St. Louis County Parks Closing Proposal click here.
Public comment on Cupples Station No. 7 click here.
Public comment on Pevely Dairy Complex proposed demolition click here.
Public comment on the South County Connector proposal(s) click here.
Some of the member benefits of AIA St. Louis are:
Public policy advocacy for Health Safety Welfare Protection for the Public; Weekly electronic newsletter; Members’ message/employment board; Discounts in Chapter bookstore; Firm Business referrals; Complimentary chapter meetings; Discounted Continuing Education programs; Committee participation; Government affairs advocacy; Lending library (including IDP materials); Laptop projectorlending program; Legal Line Hotline; Commended program participation and discounted rates and program through AIA Trust.
To learn more about AIA Trust commended programs, visit www.theaiatrust.com Click here to visit The AIA Trust website.