NC Board of Architecture Makes CE Available
The North Carolina Board of Architecture has created an opportunity for all North Carolina resident architect licensees to fulfill their continuing education obligations.
In a partnership with AIA North Carolina the Board has underwritten part of the creation of the ASPIRE On-Demand web site and will make the content of the 2020 ASPIRE Conference available to any NC licensee needing to fulfill their remaining credit obligation for the year.
Should you need additional education credits please contact Maggie Whittemore at AIA North Carolina, email@example.com, for individualized access to the ASPIRE On-Demand web site.
December 2020 Newsletter
The latest Board of Architecture Newsletter can be found here.
The President’s Message
From the Executive Director’s Desk
The Enforcement Report
Board HoldS New Architect Luncheon ‘Virtually’
Annually the Board holds a luncheon to honor newly licensed architects by exam. This year it was held via Zoom! Cathe Evans, Executive Director and the Board members enlightened the new architects on the rules and laws, the purpose of the Board among other topics. Click here for more more details.
Board office moves to new location
After almost 30 years at 127 W. Hargett St, the Board office has moved to a new location! While we are not currently permitting visitors, please update your records. We hope to see you very soon.
Two Hanover Square
434 Fayetteville St Suite 2005
Raleigh, NC 27601
Board Elects New Officers
The following officers were elected for 2020-2021
Katherine Peele, FAIA – President
Cathy Morrison, AIA – Vice President
Steve Clipp, AIA – Treasurer
Fred Dodson, Jr. – Secretary
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, the North Carolina Board of Architecture has adjusted its work policies and operations to protect the health and safety of our staff, Board members, the general public and licensees. Effective immediately, the Board office at 127 W. Hargett St #304, Raleigh will be closed to the public. The Board staff has instituted a remote work policy. We have technology in place to allow Board operations continue without interruption.
All forms, rules and laws and general board information can be found on the web site www.ncbarch.org
For questions related to Continuing Education and Firm Registration, contact Tyler Barrick at firstname.lastname@example.org or 984-328-1145
For all other questions regarding individual licensure or general information contact Julie Piatek at email@example.com or 984-328-1161
For Cathe Evans, Executive Director email firstname.lastname@example.org or 984-328-1144.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation during this crisis.
The Board of Architecture Offices will be closed December 24-26, 2019 in observance of Christmas.
On September 1, 2019 rule 21 NCAC 02 0211 will be repealed. The Board has issued a policy statement on NCGS 83A-13 found here.
Board of Architecture NEW PHONE NUMBER
As of Thursday May 23, 2019, the North Carolina Board of Architecture Phone number is 984-328-1161. Please update your records accordingly.
NC Board of Architecture Position Statement on HB 858 – Interior Designers
At its meeting on May 10, 2019 the North Carolina Board of Architecture met and discussed House Bill 858 – “An act to establish a framework for the voluntary registration of individuals in the profession of interior design and to allow registered professional interior designers to obtain permits from local governments”. The Board has issued the following statement:
It is the opinion of the North Carolina Board of Architecture that the path to professional licensure for interior designers, including the professional responsibly of public health, safety and welfare would be most appropriate as a joint board with the architects, as has been successful in other states. It is noted that HB 858, as written, does not have a governing board of licensees in any advisory capacity nor has there been a fiscal note only on the consequences of the misdemeanor provision.
Since 1915 North Carolina Board of Architecture has regulated the practice of architecture including the design, construction and alteration of buildings in North Carolina. Over that time the Board has worked cooperatively with the building inspectors, Building Code Council, professional engineers and general contractors. If interior design is licensed as a profession, the board anticipates that it would work cooperatively with them as licensed professionals. The Board does express the view that having a governing board of licensees has been beneficial in creating and promoting this pattern of cooperation.