Allied Membership promotes communication among all members of the design and construction industries. Allied Membership is open to Individuals and Organizational Representatives who are not otherwise eligible for membership in the American Institute of Architects including:
Those with established professional reputations who are registered to practice their professions where such requirements exist, or persons who are employed outside the architectural profession but are involved in positions allied to the field of architecture. Individual Allied members may include artists, educators, engineers, government representatives, journalists, landscape architects, planners, manufacturers, distributors and vendors in fields allied to architecture. Organizational Representatives may include those who are employed by firms in the construction industry engaged in research, design, development, testing, manufacture, distribution, or training for building and construction products or systems.
Privileges of Allied Membership
- Allied members may serve in any capacity on Committees, attend meetings, and Conventions, and participate in the scheduled activities and programs of the Chapter. They may not vote (except on committees) or be appointed or elected as an officer, director or serve in any other policy-setting position.
- Allied Members may attend AIA Peconic monthly meetings and other events with one guest at the standard membership rates; additional guests may attend at non-member rates when availability permits.
- Allied Members may not print or in any way use the name, initials, emblem, seal, symbol, or insignia of the Institute or any component.
Individual Allied membership dues for the 2019 calendar year are $200.00.
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