Warehaus Announces New Ownership

Two Long-Term Employees Take Ownership of Award-Winning, York-Based Architecture and Engineering Firm with 40-Year Legacy YORK, PA – Warehaus, a York, Pennsylvania-based, industry-leading architecture and engineering firm is proud to announce Troy Bankert, AIA and David Koratich, both of York, PA, as the company’s new owners. Bankert has been the company’s Chief Executive Officer and…

Brian K. Hillestad Passes Final Exam to Become Licensed Architect at Muhlenberg Greene Architects

Project Manager Brian Hillestad Joins the Ranks of Architects at the Firm [Reading, PA, 3-1-20 ] – Muhlenberg Greene Architects is pleased to announce that Brian K. Hillestad recently received notice that he passed his final exam in the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) Architect Registration Exam (ARE). He is the 7th licensed…

Members Recognized in Central Penn Business Journal’s Power 100 List

Three AIA Pennsylvania members have been honored for their powerful contributions as architects to Central Pennsylvania’s communities. They are among an influential group of 100 that CPBJ recognized for “mak[ing] our laws, build[ing] our homes and highways, protect[ing] our health and safety, educat[ing] our children, support[ing] the vulnerable, and provide[ing] the spark that inspires innovation and…

Patricia Culley Receives 2021 AIA Young Architect Award

The AIA Young Architects Award honors individuals who have demonstrated exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the architecture profession early in their careers. A consistent role model for the architectural community, Patricia Culley, AIA, Associate Principal in BCJ’s Pittsburgh studio, harnesses her influence and collaborative nature to advance the profession and design excellence.  In…

Housing and Community Development Subcommittee Takes Shape

AIA Pennsylvania’s newly formed Housing and Community Development Subcommittee chaired by Ken Doyno, AIA, President of Rothschild Doyno Collaborative, has established its mission and goals. Mission The American Institute of Architects of Pennsylvania’s Housing and Community Development Subcommittee evaluates policy and legislative activity to advance, inspire, and advocate for our profession’s interests in single-family and…

New Member Welcome | March 2021

Join us in welcoming the newest AIA Pennsylvania members of 2021!  The following members made the move to join AIA from January 2021 – March 2021. AIA Central Pennsylvania Timothy M. Holland, Assoc. AIA Monica L. Pacyna, Assoc. AIA Danika R. Sleeger-Dallam, AIA AIA Eastern Pennsylvania Brian K. Hillestad, AIA AIA Northwestern Pennsylvania Esra N….

Congratulations to Pennsylvania’s Newest Architects | March 2021

Join us in congratulating Pennsylvania’s newest architects of 2020! The following AIA Pennsylvania members have undergone an extensive process of education, experience, and examination to earn the title architect. Architectural licensing is exclusively granted when candidates demonstrate professional education, complete a rigorous program of practical experience under the supervision of a licensed architect and pass…

Charting the Profession’s Priorities | 2021 – 2022 Legislative Survey Insights

  In line with the two-year legislative session cycle, AIA Pennsylvania looks to the membership to share their insights on key issues impacting the profession, the built environment, and Pennsylvania communities. The biennial Legislative Survey prioritizes key issues as determined by the membership. In late 2020, 194 members shared their feedback and insights to help…