The Architectural Examining Board was created in 1927 and the Code was amended to provide a practice Act in 1961. The practice of architecture affects the public health, safety and welfare and is subject to regulation and control in the public interest. Both the board and licensed architects strive at all times to protect the public interest by promoting the highest standards of architecture.
For Architectural Examining Board information, please visit the DIAL-Architectural Examining Board webpage.
For information about architect licensing, please visit the DIAL-Architects webpage.
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Disciplinary action against non-licensees and discipline against licensees can be found in our online index. Search the index to locate information about a specific action.