AIA (American Institute of Architects) Architect vs. Registered Architect
Architecture is a very complex and fine art consisting of numerous areas of study. From permits and law to design and building, having a vast knowledge and top notch training is vital.
- * AIA Architects commit to 18 additional education credits a year for as long as they practice A registered architect commits to 12 additional education credits so the AIA architect receives more education in his or her field.
- * The AIA has a strict code of ethics that all members must adhere to in their career. "Architects must always demonstrate a consistent pattern of reasonable care and competence..."
- * TThe AIA has a format for managing all projects to make everything run smoothly. With this format the Architect will be able to outline how the project will unfold and keep things running without hiccup
"Members shall not discriminate in their professional activities on the base of race, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, or sexual orientation" – AIA Code of Ethics.
The higher level of education mixed with the strict code of ethics and proven format for managing projects ensures that the AIA Architect will be the superior choice for all of your needs throughout the duration of your project.