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The Ethics Committee offers a knowledge base and mediating service for clients or peers who question an architect’s professionalism, integrity or competence according to the AIA Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct (2012). The three elected members of this committee also are responsible for making recommendations to the BSA board regarding all matters pertaining to the professional ethics of the organization.

Mark Kalin FAIA / mkalin@kalinassociates.com, chair
David Fixler FAIA / dfixler@eypae.com
Thomas Parks AIA /  twparks1@gmail.com
Larry Spang AIA / spang@arrowstreet.com

Above: Elizabeth Minnis AIA, Raphael Sperry, Brad Walker AIA and Jeffrey J. Quick AIA, at Upholding Human Rights: The AIA Code of Ethics, and Design of Certain Spaces Within Correctional Facilities, facilitated by Peter Nobile AIA.

Updates

Ethical considerations when changing jobs or starting a firm. Ethics is not often a topic discussed by architects, yet...
A recent article in Fast Company asked several noted architects how moral and ethical concerns fit into design practice....
The BSA recently endorsed a proposed amendment to the AIA Code of Ethics which was initiated by Architects / Designers /...
How specific do you think our Code of Ethics should be in terms of regulating professional conduct? Panelists include ...
Did you know that architects and other consultants can be considered public employees under a Massachusetts conflict of...
The ethics committee is a collaboration resource for architects and clients.

Past Events

May 2, 2017 | 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Brad Walker AIA will lead a discussion on the ethical underpinnings of the profession of architecture, including the inherent tension between the architect’s duty to uphold the public’s interest in the built environment and the artist’s duty to be, well, undutiful.

Against that backdrop, this talk, followed by a question and answer session, will pay particular attention to the seemingly more prosaic relationship between employers and employees and what may be some surprising points in the AIA Code of Ethics.

For those who qualify, 2.0 LU/HSWs are available.

Go to event page.

April 29, 2013 | 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Join EPNet and members of the Ethics committee on April 29 at 6:00 pm at BSA Space (290 Congress Street, Boston) for a discussion regarding the dos...
November 16, 2011 (All day) - November 18, 2011 (All day)
Build Boston is the largest regional event for the design and construction industry in the country. The three-day conference convenes building-...
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