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Next Quarterly AIBD Meeting

September 18, 2015 2015 - TBA


The AIBD Advantage

Choosing a Professional to Design Your Building

The American Institute of Building Design is a nonprofit professional organization dedicated to the development, recognition, and enhancement of the profession of Building Design. AIBD represents professional building designers practicing in a full spectrum from residential, commercial and industrial to recreational.

Our members consist of professional building designers and architects, who have, for the most part, chosen residential design as the focus of their practice. State laws regulate the practice of architecture and these laws vary somewhat from state to state. Residential and some light commercial design is mostly exempted from these laws and does not require the services of a licensed architect. AIBD members know that the individual planning a new home or home improvement expects services with the highest professional and ethical standards and we are dedicated to providing this specialized service. AIBD is also meeting the challenge of the future by educating our members about new and improved building materials and methods of construction, and how the principles of classical architecture can be used in today's designs to create a timeless and enduring appeal.

Our members work and design by our Code of Ethics & Conduct

Membership Has Its Privileges

AIBD offers you an opportunity to upgrade your professional status and competency in the rapidly progressing field of Building Design. By providing you with the resources you need to enhance your practice, the AIBD can give you an invaluable professional edge.

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AIBD: A GUIDE TO RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SPECIALISTSYou need more living space and have decided it's time to get serious about a second-level addition, or perhaps you've purchased a parcel of land with an eye toward building your "dream home" in the near future. As you sit back and consider the scope of the project, you're besieged with a whirl of questions. "A Guide to Residential Design Specialists" is a 12 page booklet that can help your dreams become reality in ways you never thought possible.


  • How to Find the Right Building Designer
  • The Interview and Compensation
  • Your Role on the Design Team
  • Prioritizing Your "Wish List"
  • Establishing a Program and Budget
  • The Design Process
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Our Members Want to Help You with Your Next Project

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