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for North Carolina Architecture Vol. 41 Issue 3, Summer 1993
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Representative Foyle Hightower, Jr. (D-Anson) introduced a bill in the General Assembly that would repeal Qualification-Based Selection for architectural and engineering services on public projects and require the state to consider bids for such services
Norma DeCamp Burns, president and CEO of Burnstudio Architects in Raleigh, has been accepted into the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects. Fewer than 5 percent of the American Institute of Architects' members have been so honored.
The alternative form of architectural work showcased was corporate architecture. General reasons cited were stability and national trends in layoffs. A more specific reason was associated with a plum employment opportunity offered at East Carolina University. Examples of other alternative forms, cited on a recent AIA survey, were design firms not headed by a licensed architect and work in engineering.