ARE Lending Library

AIAW Study Materials Library

AIA Wisconsin has established a lending library of Architect Registration Examination (ARE) study materials that cover all sections of the ARE 5.0 exam. The materials are available to Associate AIA [Wisconsin] members and can be checked out of the office for a period of 14 days.

Kits Include:

Practice Management (PcM)

Study Guide | Brightwood

Flashcards | Brightwood

Rena Klein, FAIA, book

Professional Practice: A Guide to Turning Design into Buildings | Paul Segal, FAIA

Reference Material folder

  • AIA Code of Ethics & Professional Conduct
  • NCARB Rules of Conduct
  • B101-2007
  • C401-2007
  • 5.0 ARE Handbook PcM pages

Project Management (PjM)

Study Guide | Brightwood      

Flashcards | Brightwood

Professional Practice: A Guide to Turning Design into Buildings | Paul Segal, FAIA

Reference Material Folder

  • A201-2007
  • A701-1997
  • B101-2007
  • C401-2007
  • 5.0 ARE Handbook PjM pages

Programming & Analysis (PA)

Study Guide | Brightwood

Flashcards | Brightwood

Professional Practice: A Guide to Turning Design into Buildings | Paul Segal, FAIA

Reference Materials Folder

  • 5.0 ARE Handbook PA pages

Project Planning & Design (PPD)

Study Guide | Brightwood

Flashcards | Brightwood

Guidebook to Sustainable Design | HOK

Reference Materials Folder

  • 5.0 ARE Handbook PPD pages

Project Development & Documentation (PDD)

Study Guide | Brightwood

Flashcards | Brightwood

Guidebook to Sustainable Design | HOK

Reference Materials Folder

  • 5.0 ARE Handbook PDD pages

Construction & Evaluation (CE)

Study Guide | Brightwood

Flashcards | Brightwood

Reference Materials Folder

  • A101-2007
  • A201-2007
  • A701-1997
  • B101-2007
  • C401-2007
  • A305-1986
  • G701-2001
  • G702-1992
  • G703-1992
  • G704-2000
  • 5.0 ARE Handbook CE pages

Up to two Kits may be borrowed at a time. Materials are due two weeks after check-out. Materials must be returned using a trackable carrier. The lending library is a free service for Associate AIA members; however, replacement due to damage or loss is the responsibility of the borrowing member.

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