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Understand how the database is intended to work
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is inviting potential investors and architects, architecture firms, or other project owners/developers to submit their projects or investment profile into a database the AIA has named the stalled projects database. The AIA wishes to serve as a forum for investors and architects/project owners/developers to meet and exchange information.
The database is intended to list building projects nationwide that make economic sense but which lack the financing to be completed. The commitment by the AIA involves soliciting information about stalled projects around the country from its members and allied professionals.
The AIA makes no assurance as to the accuracy or legitimacy of any of the information entered by either investors/lenders or project owners. That is up to both sides to evaluate. Neither does the AIA rank the projects listed as to viability or any other criteria.
The AIA reserves the right in its sole discretion to refuse or terminate access to or use of this site by any person at any time.