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Tag Archives: American Institute of Architects Wisconsin

BLURRED LINES: Architects fight bill to remain distinct from interior designers (access required)

Legislation intended to give interior designers authority to sign off on plans for some projects is drawing the ire of architects who fear it could blur the line between the two professions.

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LEED lawsuit claims deceptive marketing (access required)

By Jack Zemlicka Four people suing the U.S. Green Building Council in federal court claim the group’s green building accreditation for professionals is nothing more than a deceptive marketing tool to lure customers. Parties in an amended lawsuit filed this ...

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Rule change threatens two-year architectural programs

By Paul Snyder A looming change in state licensing-exam requirements for architects may wipe out the value of Wisconsin colleges’ two-year architecture-training programs. The rule change would be “a step in the direction of requiring an accredited degree,” said Josh ...

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