Events, Activities, Support, and Networking Opportunities: AIA Pittsburgh offers opportunities to develop leadership skills and create greater visibility for the profession in your own community.

Currently the AIA also has five international components in Hong Kong, Continental Europe, Japan, the Middle East, and the United Kingdom.

Networking Opportunities: Meet with key business leaders and industry professionals at local, state, and national programs and events, as well as online. These opportunities provide value and help to grow your business.

Government Advocacy: A legislative agenda furthers the profession of architecture and calls on Congress and the Administration to pursue policies that will stimulate work for architects.

Intl. Assoc. AIA Credential: As an AIA member, you signifying to everyone you meet that you adhere to a professional code of ethics and share a common goal to build better places for people to live, work, and play. AIA members also have the ability to use the AIA logo to illustrate their membership affiliation. (Some restrictions apply on logo usage.)


AIA CES Discovery: This online software provides on-demand access to your continuing education transcripts and allows you to search thousands of education courses and hundreds of approved education providers.

AIA Knowledge Communities: AIA offers 25 unique groups that enable you to customize your membership and network with like-minded colleagues who share your specific interests.

AIA KnowledgeNet: This member-driven social networking site gives you access to thousands of AIA members and their collective; it is a space to share best practices and case studies, conduct discussion threads, and meet other design professionals.

Subscriptions: Recieve AIArchitect, the AIA bi-weekly electronic newsletter covering news, tips and trends; and ARCHITECT, the official print magazine of the AIA; as well as the option to download digital editions of residential architect, EcoHome, and ECO-STRUCTURE.

eColumns: AIA Pittsburgh’s weekly e-newsletter is sent out to AIA members, industry partners, and constituents each Friday afternoon. It highlights important CES opportunities, meeting announcements, and programs offered by AIA Pittsburgh, and other select events important to architects.


Architect Finder: As a member you are listed in an online directory where you can create a detailed profile for your firm and potential clients can connect with you directly, also available through AIA Pittsburgh’s website.

AIA Career Center: Have access to the premier electronic recruitment resource where you can post opportunities at a discount or find opportunities for free.

AIA Pittsburgh Job Board and Resume Bank:  Find job, post jobs, and resumes online.

Market Research: This information delivered in the monthly Architecture Billings Index, which forecasts nine to 12 months regionally and nationally, and the Compensation Report, a salary survey of 39 positions.

AIA Contract Documents: The most widely accepted standard form documents in the industry, prepared by the AIA in collaboration with owners, contractors, attorneys, architects, and engineers, are available to help you conduct construction-based business efficiently and effectively; available to members at a discount.

Receive a 20% discount on paper documents ordered through AIA Pittsburgh.

AIA Advantage: Receive discounts on products and services such as shipping, credit cards, technology, and more.

Join a committee or a community and connect with like-minded professionals to learn, collaborate, and share ideas in areas of professional interest.

The AIA Trust—Where smart architects manage risk AIA Trust is a free risk management resource, offering benefit programs and practice resources for AIA Members.