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Why Should You JoinAIA Nevada?

By becoming an AIA member you can increase your professional standing by joining over 96,000 licensed architects, emerging professionals, and allied partners throughout the world who are advancing the value of their services through AIA and who express their commitment to excellence in design and livability in our nation's buildings and communities.

AIA membership consists of three levels for Architects (National, State and Local) and each level provides exceptional benefits and opportunities.

Since 1857, the AIA has represented the professional interests of America's architects. Membership in the AIA offers a vast pool of resources to help you compete in today's market and keeps you informed of critical professional issues that may challenge your success.

We invite you to become a member today.


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What Does The AIA Have To Offer You?

Professional and Personal Enrichment AIA Nevada Architect members receive benefits, resources and support to assist in their careers goals. Membership also provides a means for architects, associates and allied business partners to work together to create an enhanced level of professional worth.

Recognition and Respect
One of the advantages of being a licensed architect member of the Institute is the use of the AIA credentials, identifying you as part of the community of architecture. AIA members adhere to AIA Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct, and are required to strengthen their knowledge of the profession through continuing education requirements. Using the AIA distinction with your name announces that you are a licensed, professional architect who upholds and practices by the highest standards of the profession. It means that you are committed to quality design and to enhancing the beauty, sustainability and livability of our communities.

AIA provides a voice for the architectural profession that reaches Capitol Hill, your state legislature and your city council.