A Society of The American Institute of Architects

About AIA Kentucky

Our Mission

AIA Kentucky and the local AIA chapters are dedicated to:

  • Uniting in fellowship the Architects of Kentucky and combining their efforts to promote the aesthetic, scientific and practical efficiency of the profession;
  • Advancing the science and art of planning and building by advancing the standard of architectural education, training and practice;
  • Coordinating the building industry and profession of architecture to ensure the advancement of the living standards of our people through their improved environment; and
  • Making the profession of ever-increasing service to society.

AIA KY History - 100th Anniversary PublicationSociety Profile

Also known as Kentucky Society of Architects, AIA Kentucky is a non-profit professional organization representing the interests of and providing services to over 600 Kentucky Architects, Architectural Interns, affiliated design professionals and Allied Members. The Society's programs and activities have a statewide focus. Services include: monitoring legislative issues and government regulations; professional liability insurance programs; health, life and other employee benefit programs; professional development and educational seminars; design assistance teams to further community planning and development; the annual convention and trade fair; social and recreational events; design awards programs; and support of the University of Kentucky College of Architecture. The Society is managed by a full time Executive Director and has an elected Board of Officers and Directors made up of members.


Contact Information

AIA Kentucky Staff:

Janet D. Pike, Hon. AIA, Executive Vice President

Gregory J. Brotzge, Lobbyist

AIA Kentucky
PO Box 911128
Lexington, KY 40591-1128
Phone (859) 223-8201
FAX (859) 223-8202
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