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Continuing Education

Continuing Education

Local Connections

Working together, four local Chapters serve AIA Wisconsin members throughout the state. Members connect through AIA Southwest Wisconsin, AIA Northeast Wisconsin, AIA Northwest Wisconsin and AIA Milwaukee.

AIA Awards & Recognitions Awards & Recognition Programs


AIA Wisconsin has a long tradition of recognizing individuals and organizations for their outstanding achievements in support of the profession of architecture, AIA Wisconsin and good design. Learn more about AIA Wisconsin awards programs, submission information, and deadlines.

Learning Opportunities

Wisconsin Architect E-News

Wisconsin Architect E-News emails members with the latest news, events and chapter information monthly.

AIA Contract Documents

AIA Contract Documents

For more than 120 years, AIA Contract Documents has been the mainstay of the construction industry featuring a comprehensive suite of contractual documents that address the full spectrum of design and construction projects, large and small. AIA Wisconsin members benefit from 25% discount. Choose from paper, single use or annual electronic doucment licenses.



Wisconsin Architect Consultants, Contractors & Manufacturers Directory

Teaming and working collaboratively with outside sources of expertise helps architects provide their clients with successful projects. Double click on the company name to read a business description and find contact information.


Members of AIA Wisconsin have an interest in numerous public policy issues being addressed by local, state and federal officials. This interest extends beyond proposed legislation and administrative rules that directly affect the profession of architecture to included proposals that will impact Wisconsin's design and construction industry, economic climate, quality of life, natural environment and public health, safety and welfare.

Industry Research


Firm Advertisements

A benefit of being an AIA Wisconsin member-owned architecture firm is the opportunity to be included in the national AIA Architect Finder directory. This powerful firm promotion tool allows you to include your firm logo, a description of your firm as well as post photographs and brief text about your projects. You also can specify what types of services you provide and what types of buildings you specialize in. Download update instructions.

Business and Career Resources

AIA Knowledge Net

AIA KnowledgeNet

AIA KnowledgeNet is an interactive website where architects and allied professionals can connect and share expertise. The site is built around subject matter communities, beginning with AIA national Knowledge Communities. Read the AIArchitect article on how members are using the site. Check out the AIA KnowledgeNet - How-to Resources library to view more helpful resources on using the site.


AIA Wisconsin Newsroom

AIA Wisconsin's Newsroom offers the latest news and information on Wisconsin's dynamic architectural community! If you require comment or clarification on any of the materials presented, please feel free to contact Brenda Taylor at (608) 310-3983 or via e-mail.

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AIA Wisconsin Staff & Office

The knowledgeable AIA Wisconsin staff can help you navigate AIA benefits. Drop us a note using the Contact Form or call (608) 257-8477.

The Joseph J. Stoner House is an imposing two-story Italianate structure, located at 321 S. Hamilton Street in Madison. Home to AIA Wisconsin, it features a small historical library and meeting space for committees to gather.

AIA Information Central

AIA Information Central is an online database with loads of frequently asked questions and their answers. Find information about AIA member benefits, AIA Contract Documents, Continuing Education, etc.




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