Board Newsletter August 2023
The latest Board of Architecture and Registered Interior Designers newsletter, Columns, is hot off the presses!
Executive Director’s Message
Expired License and Registration Reports
License and Registration renewal due by June 30, 2023
Notice of renewal for the 2023-2024 year was sent to all currently licensed and registered individuals via email. If you have not received your notice, please contact the Board office to ensure your contact information is correct. You may email the Board office at email@example.com
NCBA/RID Email Outage
Due to an unexpected global server outage, the Board staff was unable to receive emails from approximately November 30th at 11:00 p.m. to December 6th at 6:00 p.m. If you sent an email to any of the Board staff members and have not received a response, please resend the email.
We appreciate your patience and apologize for any inconvenience.
Luncheon for Newly Licensed Architects & Registered Interior Designers
The Board will hold a luncheon for newly licensed architects and registered interior designers on October 7, 2022. Space is limited and we are at capacity. However, a virtual option is available at this link:
Join Zoom Meeting
You may log on at 11:30 a.m. to hear the presentations.
Board Newsletter Now Available
The August 2022 Edition of Columns, The Newsletter of the Board of Architecture and Registered Interior Designers is now available.
The President’s Message
The Executive Director’s Message
Expired License Report
New Board Rules Now In Effect
As of June 1, 2022, the Board rules have been amended. Please review them by clicking here. Questions should be directed to Cathe Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org
March 2022 Newsletter
The Board of Architecture and Registered Interior Designers March 2022 Newsletter is now available. Some highlights include the Enforcement Report, the president’s message and the new Policy Statement on NCGS 83A.
Board Office Pandemic Procedures
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, the North Carolina Board of Architecture and Registered Interior Designers has adjusted its work policies and operations to protect the health and safety of our staff, Board members, the general public and licensees.
The Board office at 434 Fayetteville St, Suite 2005, Raleigh, NC 27601 is open to the public by appointment only. We have technology in place to allow Board operations to continue without interruption. We suggest that any items that must be mailed to the Board office be sent via USPS, but not certified or registered mail as someone may not be there to sign for it. FEDEx and UPS will place flat envelopes under the door if a signature is not required.
All forms, rules and laws and general board information can be found on the web site www.ncbarch.org The Board office phone number is 984-328-1161. Please leave a message and your call will be returned ASAP.
For questions related to Continuing Education and Firm Registration, contact Tyler Barrick at email@example.com
For all other questions regarding architect licensure or general information contact Julie Piatek at firstname.lastname@example.org
For Cathe Evans, Executive Director email email@example.com
Inquiries related to interior design registration, official complaints, rules or laws or from Building Code Officials should be directed to Cathe Evans.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Board Proposes Rule Amendments
As required by GS 150B-19.1 (c), the Board is posting proposed text of rules to be amended, repealed and adopted. The document as filed with the Rules Review Commission is found here.
Interior Designer Registration NOW OPEN!!!
Individuals who wish to apply for registration as an interior designer may now do so by completing the form at this link.
The rules and qualifications are found here.
21 NCAC 02 .0306 INTERIOR DESIGN REGISTRATION
(a) Those individuals who wish to become registered to practice as a registered interior designer in North Carolina,
shall demonstrate that they have satisfied the educational and professional experience eligibility requirements
adopted by the Council for Interior Design Qualification (CIDQ) to sit for the Council for Interior Design
Qualification Examination (NCIDQ), shall successfully complete the NCIDQ Examination and submit the Board
application for registration and fee. Revocation of the certificate by NCIDQ shall automatically suspend the interior
designer’s registration to practice in North Carolina until such time as the certificate is reinstated by NCIDQ.
(b) An architect may be granted registration to practice interior design so long as they are currently licensed and in
good standing in the State of North Carolina and submit the Board application for registration and fee.
(c) The Board in order to augment the evidence submitted in an application may interview with the applicant to
satisfy the Board, or its designee that the applicant has had sufficient interior design practice experience to be able to
competently practice registered interior design in this state.
(d) The standards of the CIDQ and NCIDQ and its components are hereby incorporated by reference including
subsequent amendments and editions, and can be accessed at no charge at www.cidq.org.