The American Institute of Architects Richmond (Virginia) Chapter was founded in 1976 as The James River Chapter, AIA, a component of the Virginia Society AIA. In order to provide a better sense of our geographical location to those architects outside of our area, as well as to the public, we changed our name to AIA Richmond in 2005. AIA Richmond, a professional organization representing more than 400 architects and interns practicing in the Greater Richmond area, is dedicated to advancing the practice of architecture among design professionals, as well as expanding the awareness and appreciation of architecture among the general public. The Richmond Chapter encompasses a number of cities and counties in Virginia, extending from Fredericksburg in the north, the North Carolina line to the south, Charlottesville to the west, and Williamsburg to the east. Much of this area is now considered to be within the extended metropolitan area of Richmond, VA.
Servicios prestados:

Active committees and Board of Directors; Chapter communications via the website, e-newsletter; Awards for Design Excellence competition and exhibition; Special events; Educational events for Learning Units; Local and state legislative and government affairs; Richmond Women in Design, Young Architects and Interns Forum

Zonas de trabajo

Greater Richmond area

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