Menu

good design makes a difference

This site offers resources to members of the AIA and the public. Here you will find information about the practice of architecture and the role of AIA Architects in working with their communities to create a better future by design.


To register to attend an AIA Peconic Monthly Member Dinner program or any other AIA Peconic event CLICK HERE and enter your credit card information. Thank you for your continued support of our AIA Peconic programs.

 


 

ART & ARCHITECTURE QUARTERLY / East End   Art, Architecture, Preservation of the East End online

To view all current exhibits, events, performances, classes, and tours, as well as previously posted contents,

please visit   www.aaqeastend.com

 



 

 

The American Institute of Architects – Antitrust Compliance Statement 

It is the practice of The American Institute of Architects (“the Institute” or “the AIA”) and its members to comply strictly with all laws, including federal and state antitrust laws that apply to AIA operations and activities. Compliance with the letter and spirit of the antitrust laws is an important goal of the AIA, and is essential to maintaining the Institute’s reputation for the highest standards of ethical conduct

 

Statement in Compliance With Antitrust Law

The following practices are not, in themselves, unethical, unprofessional, or contrary to any policy of The American Institute of Architects or any of its components:

(1)      submitting, at any time, competitive bids or price quotations, including in circumstances where price is the sole or principal consideration in the selection of an architect;

(2)      providing discounts; or

(3)      providing free services.  

 

Individual architects or architecture firms, acting alone and not on behalf of the Institute or any of its components, are free to decide for themselves whether or not to engage in any of these practices. Antitrust law permits the Institute, its components, or Members to advocate legislative or other government policies or actions relating to these practices. Finally, architects should continue to consult with state laws or regulations governing the practice of architecture.

 

ANTITRUST_Compliance_Statem.pdf

 

 

 

Discover what you can learn                 https://aiau.aia.org/

AIAU brings the industry’s best learning to you. Our 300+ instructors are from leading firms, and they’ll immerse you in in-demand topics that will boost your skills and portfolio. 

     

http://www.emflipbooks.com/flipbooks/AIA_Peconic/

  

Please be mindful of the following POLICY:

In order to respect the privacy of and better serve our membership AIA Peconic has established our policy regarding the use of the membership e-mail list. We request that blanket e-mails to the entire membership not be sent without prior approval of the Executive Committee. All questions should be directed to the Executive Director at aiapeconic@usa.net which will then be distributed to the Executive Committee. Appropriate e-mails will then be distributed by the Executive Director to the membership.

  

Sponsored By:

 
Counsel for AIA Peconic:



 

Calendar more

8/23/2017
Luxury Kitchen - healthy indoor air with style

8/24/2017
AIA LUNCH & LEARN / Summer Series / Riverhead Building Supply

B. Kay Jones, Executive Director
AIA PECONIC, Inc.
P O Box 327
Hampton Bays, New York 11946
phone: 631-728-7832
fax: 631-728-7831
Membership Management Software Powered by YourMembership  ::  Legal