BSA Allied Membership
Examples of those eligible for Allied membership includes, consultants, builders, contractors, engineers, real estate professionals, interior designers, landscape architects, attorneys, manufacturers, distributors, service providers and anyone else who works with or hopes to work with AIA architects and other BSA members.
Benefits of Membership
Establishing connections with BSA/AIA Members:
- The BSA will submit courses for AIA continuing education credit on your behalf.
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- Peer access to more than 40 BSA Knowledge Communities
- Online access to view contact information via our members-only directories on architects.org
- Company profile published on BSA Product & Service Directory at architects.org
- On-site recognition at BSA Space, including during the annual BSA Design Awards Gala
- NEW! Unlimited free event promotion: calendar listings online and mentions on social media.
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- 50 percent off BSA Space room rentals, including our waterfront BSA gallery space
- 50 percent off BSA online job listings
- 25 percent off AIA Contract Documents
- Discounted advertising packages on Homeowner's Project Handbook, architects.org, and Currents e-newsletter
- Discounted tickets to BSA programs and events
- Discounted tickets for seasonal Architecture Cruises
The BSA also offers complementary notary service to allied members. Members can also connect with the BSA community by seeking additional paid BSA advertising and sponsorships.
BSA Allied Membership fees:
The annual fee is based on the total number of employees based in the local office applying for membership. Employees based in other US or international offices do not apply.
Per calendar year:
The BSA pro-rates membership dues each quarter based on a calendar year, so be sure to check the amount that would be applicable to you as detailed on the form.
For further information about upcoming BSA/AIA events and programs, sign up to receive Currents, the BSA’s bi-weekly e-newsletter.