AIA Birmingham

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AIA Birmingham, chartered in 1965, is the Birmingham area chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and is part of AIA Alabama. The group represent approximately 770 architects, interns and affiliates in a six county area (Jefferson, Blount, Bibb, Fayette, St Clair and Tuscaloosa). The purpose of the organization is to promote good design and practice in architecture and to represent the profession.

The chapter's offices are located at 107 21st Street South. The executive director is Rhea Williams.

The Birmingham chapter also organizes an N2 Architecture program for area middle schools.

Awards

Each year the AIA Birmingham chapter honors exceptional work by local firms in the chapter Honor Awards:

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

Merit: Red Mountain dwelling, Design Initiative
Merit: University of Alabama Huntsville Charger Union, TurnerBatson Architects
Merit: Hoover Miracle Field, Barry Davis Architects
Honor: Whitmire Lofts, Appleseed Workshop
Merit: UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center, Williams-Blackstock Architects

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

1999

Presidents

Local officers serve a one-year term:

References

  • AIA Birmingham. (December 2006) Newsletter

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