AIA Connecticut adheres to the policies set forth by their Board of Directors and the National American Institute of Architects.
The AIA has a long history of requiring that its members adhere to the highest ethics and standards.
AIA and its members are committed to the highest ethical standards and full compliance with all laws and regulations, including federal and state antitrust laws.
By complying with both the letter and spirit of antitrust laws, we protect the integrity of our professions and the reputation of the AIA.
Attribution of credit
One of the most common violations handled by the NEC relates to the attribution of credit. The NEC’s Guidelines for the Attribution of Credit can help parties decide on and structure attribution.
Code of Ethics
Ethics and integrity are essential to our work. AIA members are dedicated to the highest standards of professionalism, integrity and competence. The AIA Code of Ethics guides members’ conduct in fulfilling those obligations. The Code applies to the professional activities of all AIA members, regardless of their membership category.
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
Leadership in design and construction requires collaboration. Architects must encourage and celebrate the contributions of those who bring diverse experiences, views, and needs into the design process.
We, the members of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), stand together to reshape our profession: to confront those who make the workplace intolerable through harassment and abuse; to give voice to those whose voices are stifled for fear of retaliation; to resolve systemic inequities in our profession that block full access by many who seek it; and to break down cultural, ethnic, racial, and gender barriers that prevent our profession from reflecting the society it serves.