The Board will hold a luncheon for newly licensed architects and registered interior designers on October 7, 2022. Space is limited and we are at capacity. However, a virtual option is available at this link: Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86967110905 You may log on at 11:30 a.m. to hear the presentations.
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The following officers were elected for 2020-2021 Katherine Peele, FAIA – President Cathy Morrison, AIA – Vice President Steve Clipp, AIA – Treasurer Fred Dodson, Jr. – Secretary
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, the North Carolina Board of Architecture has adjusted its work policies and operations to protect the health and safety of our staff, Board members, the general public and licensees. Effective immediately, the Board office at 127 W. Hargett St #304, Raleigh will be closed tot he public. The… Read more »
As many of you know, the impact of Hurricane Florence is far and wide here in North Carolina. For your information, following is the statute related to architects volunteering during a natural disaster – § 83A-13.1. Architect who volunteers during an emergency or disaster; qualified immunity. (a) A professional architect who voluntarily, without compensation, provides… Read more »
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Catherine C. Morrison, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, NCARB, to the Board of Architecture. Her experience includes land use planning, utilization analysis, renovation and expansion projects as well as new construction and medical office buildings. Morrison is an active member of the community, honored in Charlotte Business Journal’s 40 under 40…. Read more »
For more information on the transition from ARE 4.0 to ARE 5.0 click here.
The following rules have been amended and the changes are now in effect: 21 NCAC 02 .0108 Fees – Exam application fee removed. 21 NCAC 02 .0206 Requirement for and Use of Professional Seal – Mostly housekeeping to improve the flow of the rule, update specifications for use of digital signature and electronic seals. 21… Read more »
21 NCAC 02 .0206 Requirement for and Use of Professional Seal – See Guideline for interpretation of 21 NCAC 02 .0206 (b).
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has declared a State of Emergency for all 100 counties as the state prepares for almost certain impacts from Hurricane Irma early next week. “There is a lot we still don’t know about this storm, but we do know that North Carolina can expect to feel some sort of effects… Read more »
Highlights of the latest Board of Architecture Newsletter -Enforcement Report –Expired License List -Can You Pass a Rules and Laws exam?