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About AIA

Mission Statement

Driving positive change through the power of design, AIA Chicago is the voice of the architectural profession in Chicago and a resource for its members in service to society.

What is the AIA?

The American Institute of Architects Chicago (AIA Chicago) is the largest chapter of licensed architects, architectural interns, and allied professionals within AIA Illinois. It is the second largest AIA chapter in the country. Of the 83,000 AIA members across the country, over 3000 are in the Chicago chapter.

AIA Chicago is your local connection to others in and affiliated with the profession. AIA Chicago is the grassroots effort that provides the best forum for sharing information, ideas, and resources. Chapter boundaries include the city of Chicago and the northern lake shore of Cook County as well as all of Lake and McHenry Counties. Through seminars, committees, a lecture series, and other Chapter programs, our members exchange professional experiences and knowledge. The Chapter magazine, Chicago Architect, an electronic newsletter, and quarterly calendar of events are key publications designed to inform you of the Chapter’s activities and encourage your involvement in the AIA.

This web site is just a sampling of the benefits of your AIA membership. For a complete list of our services and information on joining, visit How to Join the AIA. Together, architects have a strength that is impossible to achieve as individuals. Your membership demonstrates your commitment to personal and professional development while giving the AIA an even stronger voice for the architectural profession.

Office Hours and Location

AIA Chicago’s offices are in the Jewelers Building at 35 East Wacker Drive in Suite 250. Office hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Contract Documents may be purchased in person at our office.

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Phone: 312/670-7770
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Chapter Staff

Zurich Esposito, Executive Vice President
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Joan Pomaranc, Program Director
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Ben Schulman, Communications Director
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Steve Riforgiato, Membership Manager
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Allison Garwood Freedland, Program Manager
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Kelsey Kirkley, Events Manager
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Nina Dew, Office Manager & Contract Document Sales
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General inquiries
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Board of Directors

President
Scott A. Rappe, AIA, LEED AP
Scott Rappe is principal of Kuklinski + Rappe Architects, a small firm founded ten years ago to serve the needs of families, small businesses and their communities. Scott is the past co-chair of AIA Chicago's Working with an Architect Committee. He currently serves on the boards of Preservation Chicago and the East Village Association, where he chairs the group's Planning, Preservation & Development Committee. Scott worked on the establishment of the East Village Landmark District, and has successfully advocated for zoning reforms in Chicago and southwestern Michigan, to encourage historic preservation.
First Vice President/President-Elect
Tony LoBello, AIA
Anthony LoBello is a senior associate in the Chicago office of Gensler. He helps lead the North Central Region in Higher Education efforts—ensuring that their research, talent and resources are appropriately applied to their projects on behalf of our clients. Tony worked with some of the city's most important colleges and universities including University of Chicago, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, University of Illinois at Chicago, Erikson Institute, SIU-C, Chicago State University and DePaul University. He takes particular interest in ensuring that projects are designed to meet the needs of the users, while addressing the challenges of education today and forecasting for the future. Tony is involved in furthering the profession of architecture through his work with the AIA, Society for College and University Planning and the United States Green Building Council. In the community, Tony is an active member of the Chicago Loop Alliance.
Past-President
Peter Exley, FAIA
Advocate for architecture for children, Peter Exley FAIA has created an internationally recognized practice, which elevates the standards of design for public space and learning environments through the construction of new paradigms in pedagogy, play and participatory experience. Hailing from Yorkshire, he arrived in Chicago for a year in 1985. He has been here ever since, and founded ArchitectureIsFun on April Fools' Day 1994. He is an adjunct associate professor of Architecture and Interior Architecture at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the co-host of PechaKucha Night Chicago.
VP Government Affairs
Tom Jacobs, AIA
Thomas Jacobs has been contributing to our built environment throughout his 16 year career in ways that define leadership for our next generation of Architects. He has been an integral part in the creation of some of the best buildings in Chicago and beyond. As Principal and Project Architect with Krueck + Sexton, Tom's success is rooted in his ability to contribute to teams and partnerships through clear communication, critical thinking, and creativity. As a leader in the truest sense of the word, Tom rigorously challenges assumptions in pursuit of prudent approaches, and charismatically brings out the best of a process, of a building, and most importantly, of all people involved.
VP Sponsorship
David Eckmann, AIA
Dave Eckmann is managing director of the Chicago office of Magnusson Klemencic Associates. He is educated and licensed as an architect and structural engineer. Eckmann's professional affiliations include the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, Chicago Committee on High-Rise Building (Past Chair), Structural Engineers Foundation (Past Director), University of Illinois School of Architecture Tang Committee, and the Structural Engineers Association of Illinois. He was a 2000-2001 recipient of the Francis J. Plym Traveling Fellowship in Architecture and a past Professor for the Fourth Year Design Studio at Judson College School of Architecture.
VP Honors & Awards
Michael Wilkinson, AIA
Michael Wilkinson is an associate principal at the Chicago office of Solomon Cordwell Buenz, concentrating on medium and high density residential and mixed-use markets. Prior to joining SCB he was design principal of Wilkinson Blender Architecture for 13 years and directed small-scale sustainable design solutions, primarily urban. His work has appeared in numerous national publications. He serves as the current chairman of the AIA Chicago Design Awards Committee. He has held adjunct teaching positions at UIC and IIT, and has lectured on his work at both schools, among others. Community involvement has included serving as a director on the Roscoe Village Neighborhood Association, where he chaired the Zoning and Land Use Committee for four years. In 2010 he served on the 47th Ward Zoning Transition Committee, leading a group charged with developing zoning principals for the ward and interfacing with an incoming alderman. Wilkinson is a past President of the Chicago Architecture Club, during which time he spearheaded a design activism effort focused on abandoned post-industrial infrastructure reuse in Chicago. The ensuing publication was instrumental in demonstrating the viability of a project currently being realized by Chicago parks district and transportation authorities after receiving state and federal funding.
Secretary
Matt Dumich, AIA
Matthew Dumich is a project manager with Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture. In addition to the AIA Chicago board, he also serves on the AIA National Young Architects Forum (YAF) Advisory Committee and led the 2012 AIA National Membership Marketing Task Force focusing on engaging young, emerging professional members. He is a founder of the AIA Chicago BRIDGE mentoring and leadership program, which received a Presidential Citation award from AIA Chicago in 2009, and the AIA Illinois Council for Emerging Professionals. Dumich was recognized for his leadership and service with the 2011 Building Design + Construction magazine's 40 Under 40 award.
Treasurer
Dawn Schuette, AIA
Dawn Schuette, AIA, LEED AP, is a partner at Threshold Acoustics. A graduate of the Illinois Institute of Technology, Schuette serves as Treasurer of the AIA Chicago Chapter Board and is a past Chair of the National AIA Advisory Group for the Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art, and Architecture (IFRAA). She taught as an Adjunct Professor in the College of Architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology and is a member of IIT's Alumni Board of Directors. She authored an invited chapter for Wiley & Sons' Building Type Basics for Performing Arts Facilities and is a contributing writer to the Journal of American Organbuilding and other publications. She has presented her work at national conventions for the American Institute of Organbuilders, the American Institute of Architects, and the Acoustical Society of America, most recently at a 2012 international meeting in Nantes, France.
Director
Katherine Darnstadt, AIA

A shining example of the next generation?s citizen-architect, Darnstadt has combined multiple facets of her career and is a mentor to aspiring women in architecture and design.

Darnstadt uses her practice, Latent Design, to make social, economic, and environmental impacts beyond the building. She wholeheartedly believes design is about engaging communities and solving design-driven needs while leveraging partners and assets to clients with resource and budget constraints. Darnstadt engages in a community-based, participatory design process that seeks to have a positive impact on communities with no preconceptions about the outcome. A vital aspect of her career is the way she has seamlessly integrated her volunteer work into her professional practice with a model that strikes a balance between for-profit and pro-bono work.

Director
Dina Griffin, AIA, NOMA
Dina Griffin, President, Interactive Design, Inc., is an architect with 15 years of experience in varied aspects of architecture. Recently completed projects include the St. Leo Housing for Disabled Veterans and the Art Institute of Chicago's New Museum Wing with Renzo Piano Building Workshop, where she administered, managed and maintained the project web site for the design team located in four countries. She has expanded her computer interests to a graphics design venture which she runs in her spare time. Prior to joining Interactive Design, she worked as an architect in the Interiors Group at OWP/P Architects in Chicago. Other project experience includes the O'Hare International Terminal at O'Hare Airport and two cooling plants in the heart of downtown Chicago for Unicom Thermal Technologies. Ms. Griffin served as President of the Illinois Chapter of the NOMA from 1998–2000 and as NOMA Mid-West Regional Vice President in 2001.
Director
Tristan d'Estree Sterk, AIA

Sterk is the founder of ORAMBRA, The Office for Robotic Architectural Media & The Bureau for Responsive Architecture, a small technology office that develops new construction systems and components for buildings.

Focusing upon rethinking construction alongside the emergence of responsive technologies, the office is recognized for developing structural shape change technologies that alter the way that buildings use energy. In October 2011,Sterk was awarded an AIA Chicago award of design excellence for unbuilt work with special recognition going to the project: Prairie House—House for a Fashion Pattern Maker and Fiber Artist. In 2005 his work was also awarded first in the Chicago Architectural Club's "Emerging Visions" award for young practitioners in the Chicago metropolitan area. In December 2011, Sterk was awarded the AIA Chicago, Dubin Family, Young Architect Award for Chicago.

Director
Nootan Bharani, AIA
Bharani is an Architect for the Carbon Solutions National Practice of CB&I and is Managing Director for Shaw Sustainable Solutions of Illinois, LLC, a subsidiary of CB&I. Bharani has served on the board of directors of AIA Illinois as well as Chicago Women in Architecture. As a founder of the AIA Chicago Community Interface Committee, Bharani actively advocates for sustainability in multiple spheres of work.
Director
Craig Brandt, AIA
Brandt joined HBRA Architects in 1997 and was elevated to Principal in 2002.He served as project architect and design collaborator on diverse public projects. In addition to my professional experience and accreditations, I have served as adjunct professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. I have lectured and juried at the Illinois Institute of Technology, and have served as design critic at the University of Illinois, the University of California Berkeley, and the University of Notre Dame. I have served as committee chair and juror for the AIA design committee engaging in activities that promote design excellence. In 2000, I was awarded the Burnham Prize fellowship at the American Academy of Rome and am a recipient of the AIA Chicago Young Architects Award.
Director
Robert Forest, AIA, OAA, RIBA, LEED AP
Robert Forest, AIA, is a founding partner at Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, where he leads the management of all of the firm's projects. A recognized authority on the economics of sustainable design, Bob has lectured and published widely on "best practices" for the management of high-performance architecture. He is a member of the AIA Chicago Large Firm Round Table Committee, the US Green Building Council, and the China Committee of the Chicago Sister Cities program. Prior to co-founding AS+GG in 2006, Bob was an Associate Partner in the Chicago office of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, and had previously worked at design firms in Toronto, Hong Kong and Osaka, Japan. Most recently, Bob joined Adrian Smith, Gordon Gill and Roger Frechette as founding principals of PositivEnergy Practice, an energy, engineering and consulting firm.
Director
Catherine Baker, AIA
Catherine Baker is a partner at Landon Bone Baker Architects. The focus of work at the 25 year old Chicago firm is affordable housing and community-based design. At LBBA, Catherine manages various projects including; master planning of neighborhoods, new and renovated single-family housing, multi-family housing, interior office build-outs and a daycare center. Catherine is active in Chicago's architectural educational community—focused mainly on CPS high school students. She also runs the office's airLab program—which employs high school students to initiate change in their neighborhood through environmental assessment studies and community asset mapping. Catherine also serves on the Board of Directors at the Chicago Asthma Consortium and the Ball State University College of Architecture and Planning Alumni Society.
Associate Director
Erin Lavin Cabonargi, Assoc. AIA
Erin Lavin Cabonargi serves as the executive director for the Public Building Commission of Chicago (PBC), where she is responsible for the development of new and renovated public facilities and infrastructure on behalf of the City of Chicago, Cook County and various sister agencies. She oversees the PBC's development portfolio which currently exceeds $2 billion in project development authority. Under her leadership, the PBC has implemented a strong Economic Sustainability Program and an equally robust Environmental Sustainability Program. Cabonargi received her Bachelor of Environmental Design from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and received a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Associate Director
Michelle Lynn Rademacher, Assoc. AIA
Rademacher comes to AIA to advocate for the voice of emerging professionals. A graduate of the University of Colorado at Denver and the Ecole d'Architecture de Versailles, Rademacher will use her position as Associate Director to "best position ourselves for leadership as the future of the profession." Rademacher works closely with the AIA Chicago Bridge Program and believes mentorship is a vital component to the future of the profession.
Professional Affiliate
Fred Berglund, Affiliate AIA
Fred Berglund serves as the President of Berglund Construction Company. Berglund Construction is a 103 yr. old Chicago based firm with expertise in new construction, renovation and historical preservation. Fred has been with the company for over 30 years and is responsible for the overall strategy and operations of the firm. As President, he oversees all executive management operations and has positioned the company in the healthcare, hospitality, higher education, commercial and government market sectors. He has expanded the operations in the Midwest with offices in Indiana and Ohio. Fred is a member of the Board of Trustees for the La Rabida Children's Hospital, Past President of Chicago Building Congress and has held several leadership positions with charitable organizations. The company has been recognized with numerous awards for its efforts in new construction and preservation.
Professional Affiliate Director
Gregg Garmisa
Gregg Garmisa is a principal at Studio Gang Architects where he also serves as general counsel. A former trustee of the Chicago Architectural Foundation, Gregg is the founder and president of Chicago Design Matters Foundation, which promotes the Chicago architectural community in other urban capitals. Before joining Studio Gang, Gregg was an officer at a well-respected engineering and sustainability consulting firm based in Chicago. A proud alumnus of Stanford University and the Georgetown University Law Center, he volunteers actively for both schools.
Student Director
William Baine Rydin Ma, AIAS
William Baine Rydin Ma is a fourth year student at the Illinois Institute of Technology-College of Architecture. He is excited to represent the voice of students from each of the city's respective schools, and to provide the AIA Chicago Board with an accurate perspective of student interests during our ongoing education and transition into the noble profession. Heavily involved with the IIT-CoA chapter of the AIAS, he looks forward to a great experience contributing to AIA Chicago by helping to link other Chicago students to professionals.
AIA Illinois Delegate
Rik Master, AIA, LEED AP
Richard C. (Rik) Master is a research architect and currently Sr. Manager, Building Science for the United States Gypsum Company. His responsibilities include architectural technical support, environmental research and documentation. Rik spend 17 years at the USG Research Center as a systems developer. In addition to developing many building systems, he developed and wrote USG ACTION an integrated technical information retrieval software package for the construction professional. Rik is active in several AIA Professional Interest Areas and former Chair of AIA's Specifications and Building Technology PIA, AIA Educational Advisory Committee, Chair & Founder of the Building Envelope Council of Chicago, the 2008 President of AIA Chicago, and currently a member of the USGBC's EQ Technical Advisory Group (TAG). Rik has served on the advisory council to the AIA Initiative for Architectural Research. Prior to joining USG, Rik was a principle in an architectural firm specializing in Energy Efficient Design and still lives in a 'Passive Design' home he designed and built in 1979 which remains 70% off-the-grid.
AIA Illinois Delegate
Ellen Dickson, AIA
Ellen Dickson, AIA, is the founder and managing partner of Bailey Edward Design, a Chicago-based architecture and engineering firm established in 1991. Dickson, a Registered Architect and Interior Designer, is responsible for directing the day-to-day business operations and marketing efforts for the firm. A frequent lecturer before business and community organizations, Dickson has taught at the university level and has served in leadership positions within organizations including the American Institute of Architects and National Organization of Women Business Owners.
AIA Illinois Delegate
Steve Kismohr, AIA
Steve Kismohr, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, is the Senior Technical Manager at the Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (MEEA). His work focuses on raising the energy performance of our new and existing building stock—through collaborations with state energy offices, municipalities, building officials, consulting firms and other non-profits. Steve received a Bachelor of Environmental Design degree from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and his Master of Architecture degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Steve is a past Chair of AIA Chicago's Committee on the Environment (COTE) and currently participates on the AIA Chicago 2030 Working Group.
AIA Illinois Delegate
Eric Davis, AIA, LEED AP
Eric Davis is President of Public Design Architects LLC. He has more than 20 years of experience in the planning and design of public buildings. He is a past co-chair of AIA Chicago's Regional & Urban Planning Knowledge Community. In 1996 he received the Young Architect Award from AIA Chicago. This past year he was a leader of AIA Illinois's "Prairie Grassroots" efforts in Springfield. Eric is also an elected Trustee of Oak Park Township. Eric served two terms as an elected Trustee of Oak Park Township and is currently a Commissioner of the Oak Park Housing Authority.
AIA Illinois Delegate
Janeen Harrell, AIA
Janeen Harrell is a native of Durham, North Carolina and earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Hampton University in 2001. She practiced for three years with The Freelon Group Architects before studying at Cornell University where she earned the degree of Master of Arts in Interior Design with a specialization is Sustainable and Regenerative design in 2006. Her thesis work explored the affordability of sustainable housing through comparison of materials and potential contribution to a carbon trading market. After graduating, she stayed at Cornell to teach the Sophomore Interior Design Studio before moving to Chicago, where she has worked with Nicholas Clark Architects and Harley Ellis Devereaux.
AIA Illinois Delegate
Mark Schwamel, AIA
Mark Schwamel is a registered architect and project manager for Gensler Architects. In addition to architecture, Schwamel is an Urban Designer and an integral part of the Planning and Urban Design group at Gensler. Currently serving as the Young Architects Forum (YAF) Regional Director for the state of Illinois, he has also served as the Associate Director for AIA Illinois on the National Associates Committee and locally has served as Associate Director on the AIA Chicago Board. Schwamel is a co-creator of the AIA Chicago BRIDGE program, which received a Presidential Citation award from AIA Chicago in 2009.
AIA Illinois Delegate Alternate
Steve Blye, AIA
Steve Blye, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, is senior design director and associate director of healthcare at Legat Architects. During his thirty plus years in architecture, Steve has served as senior designer for leading medical centers such as Children?s Memorial, Northwestern Memorial, Presence Health, Cadence Health, and Silver Cross Hospital, which recently won a Merit Award from the Chicago Building Congress. His landmark designs in Chicago include the Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Prentice Women's Hospital. Steve holds a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Illinois. He served on the Greater North Michigan Avenue Association 2025 Policy Plan committee, and has been a juror for university student projects and national design competitions.
AIA Illinois Delegate Alternate
Julianne Scherer, AIA
Julianne Scherer, AIA, LEED AP, is an Associate Principal at the nationally-recognized firm Nagle Hartray Architecture. Julianne exemplifies the firm's commitment to design excellence through her strengths in combining architecture, management, technology, and especially collaboration, which results in the firm's success and high client satisfaction. Julianne works on many critical community-driven projects; her portfolio includes award-winning public libraries, independent K–12 schools and a university multicultural centers.

Please direct questions or comments about the nominations to Zurich Esposito.


Knowledge Communities

Community Interface Committee
Andrew Roskos, AIA, chair
Chey Hsiao, AIA, co-chair
CommunityInterface.org
LinkedIn
Design
Anthony Viola, Assoc. AIA, co-chair
LinkedIn
Design for Aging
Steve Montgomery, AIA, chair
Heidi Dahle, AIA, co-chair
Education
Burcin Moehring, AIA, co-chair
William Bradford, AIA, co-chair
Environment
José Rodriguez, Intl. Assoc. AIA, chair
Vuk Vujovic, Assoc. AIA, co-chair
LinkedIn
Healthcare Architecture
Matthew Miller, AIA, ACHA, chair
Candace Small, AIA, EDAC, co-chair
LinkedIn
Historic Resources
Tim Scovic, Assoc. AIA, co-chair
Carolyn Andrews, Assoc. AIA, co-chair
Facebook
Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture
Mark Kasprzyk, AIA, co-chair
Douglas Lasch, AIA, co-chair
Meetup
Interior Architecture
TBD
Practice Management
TBD
Regional & Urban Planning
Peter Kindel, AIA, ASLA, chair
Susan Hickey, AIA, co-chair
Steve Wilson, AIA, co-chair
LinkedIn
Residential Design
William Bickford, AIA, chair
Nate Lielasus, AIA, events
Small Practitioners Group
Theresa Johnson, AIA, chair
Craig Cernek, AIA, SPA awards
Facebook   LinkedIn
Technical Issues
TBD
LinkedIn
Young Architects Forum
Despina Zouridis, Assoc. AIA, co-chair
Meetup

Chicago Members of the AIA College of Fellows


Roula Alakiotou, FAIA
Stanley Allan, FAIA
James Baird, FAIA
August Battaglia, FAIA
Thomas Beeby, FAIA
Martha A. Bell, FAIA
Anthony Belluschi, FAIA
Laurence Booth, FAIA
John Buenz, FAIA
Joseph Burns, FAIA
Jerome Butler, FAIA
Philip J. Castillo, FAIA
John "Jack" Catlin, FAIA
Daniel Cinelli, FAIA
Daniel Coffey, FAIA
Stuart Cohen, FAIA
Jeffrey Conroy, FAIA
Richard Cook, FAIA
Eugene Cook, FAIA
Natalie de Blois, FAIA
Edward Deam, FAIA
Dirk Denison, FAIA
Tod Desmarais, FAIA
James DeStefano, FAIA
Renee Doktorczyk, FAIA
Elliott Dudnik, FAIA
Walter L. Eckenhoff, FAIA
George J. Efstathiou, FAIA
John Eifler, FAIA
Robin Ellerthorpe, FAIA
Peter Ellis, FAIA
Philip Enquist, FAIA
Peter Exley, FAIA
Thomas Eyerman, FAIA
Kristine Fallon, FAIA
Jonathan L. Fischel, FAIA
Laura Fisher, FAIA
Joseph Fitzgerald, FAIA
Paul Florian, FAIA
James Follett, FAIA
Neil Frankel, FAIA
Hans Friedman, FAIA
Mark Frisch, FAIA
Lonn Frye, FAIA
Jeanne Gang, FAIA
Louis J. Garapolo, FAIA
Holly Gerberding, FAIA
Carl Giegold, FAIA
Gordon Gill, FAIA
James Gimpel, FAIA
James Goettsch, FAIA
Joseph A. Gonzalez, FAIA
Susan Greenwald, FAIA
Julie Hacker, FAIA
Donald Hackl, FAIA
Gaines Hall, FAIA
Philip Hamp, FAIA
David Hansen, FAIA
Thomas M. Harboe, FAIA
Paul Harding, FAIA
Morton Hartman, FAIA
John Hartray Jr., FAIA
Wilbert Hasbrouck, FAIA
Robert Hausner, FAIA
George Hinds, FAIA
Thomas Hoepf, FAIA
Gerald Horn, FAIA
David Hovey, FAIA
Harry Hunderman, FAIA
Michael Jackson, FAIA
Helmut Jahn, FAIA
James Jankowski, FAIA
Phillip Johnson, FAIA
Walker Johnson, FAIA
Ralph Johnson, FAIA
Thomas Kerwin, FAIA
Helen Kessler, FAIA
Susan King, FAIA
Leonard Koroski, FAIA


Ronald Krueck, FAIA
Gregory Landahl, FAIA
Peter Landon, FAIA
William Larson, FAIA
Angie Lee, FAIA
F. Christopher Lee, FAIA
Brian Lee, FAIA
Diane Legge Kemp, FAIA
Gertrude Lempp Kerbis, FAIA
Susan Lin, FAIA
James Loewenberg, FAIA
Dirk Lohan, FAIA
Avram Lothan, FAIA
Patrick Loughran, FAIA
John Macsai, FAIA
Carter Manny Jr., FAIA
Jeffrey McCarthy, FAIA
Grant McCullagh, FAIA
Margaret McCurry, FAIA
Andrew Mendelson, FAIA
Andrew Metter, FAIA
Frederic Moyer, FAIA
Charles Murphy Jr., FAIA
James Nagle, FAIA
Vojo Narancic, FAIA
John Nelson, FAIA
Hans Neumann, FAIA
Steven Nilles, FAIA
Lawrence O'Donnell, FAIA
Harold Olin, FAIA
Raymond Ovresat, FAIA
George Pappageorge, FAIA
Leonard Peterson, FAIA
Frederick Phillips, FAIA
James Prendergast, FAIA
Jerry Quebe, FAIA
Jerry Reich, FAIA
Donna Robertson, FAIA
Carol Ross Barney, FAIA
Thomas Rossiter, FAIA
Dennis Rupert, FAIA
Werner Sabo, FAIA
Thomas Samuels, FAIA
Sam Scaccia, FAIA
John Schlossman, FAIA
Douglas Schroeder, FAIA
Kenneth Schroeder, FAIA
Linda Searl, FAIA
Mark Sexton, FAIA
Adrian Smith, FAIA
Walter Sobel, FAIA
Jong Soung Kimm, FAIA
James Stevenson, FAIA
H. Thurber Stowell, FAIA
Gene Summers, FAIA
John Syvertsen, FAIA
Stanley Tigerman, FAIA
John Tomassi, FAIA
Richard Tomlinson, FAIA
Jack Train, FAIA
Edward Uhlir, FAIA
Joseph Valerio, FAIA
Wilmont Vickrey, FAIA
John Vinci, FAIA
Benjamin Weese, FAIA
Cynthia Weese, FAIA
Peter A. Weismantle, FAIA
Steven Weiss, FAIA
Daniel Wheeler, FAIA
Steven M. Wiesenthal
Ross Wimer, FAIA
Martin Wolf, FAIA
David Woodhouse, FAIA
Rodney Wright, FAIA
James Zahn, FAIA
John Zils, FAIA