The primary functions of AIA Georgia are to increase the public’s general knowledge and awareness of architecture and the role architects play in the built and planned environment; and government affairs to monitor state legislative and regulatory activities to promote and enhance the profession of architecture. AIA Georgia serves as the umbrella chapter for the nine chapters in Georgia.
Having worked with multiple AIA chapters for the last 10 years, I’ve developed a keen sense of the needs of an AIA chapter. I’ve worked closely with chapter executives and board members to create a site that functions great for them. Some of the custom features of this site includes: Ecommerce, Membership with directory, forums, Design Awards submission process and judging process, custom forms, events with bookings, and recurring payment options to name a few. AIA chapters create a fun and challenging experience to meet the needs of the chapter and be within budget.
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