Membership in the Association does not grant the right to practice architecture. Once registration is approved, members are eligible to obtain a Certificate of Practice in order to enable them to practice architecture in New Brunswick if all the requirements of the Act & By-Laws are met. A comprehensive listing of those eligible to practice in New Brunswick is available under the ‘Find an Architect’ section of this web site.
In order to ensure a superior level of service to clients and recognizing an ever-changing market, the AANB has implemented a mandatory Continuing Education program for its members commencing January 1, 2002. Members will be required, through licensing, to maintain on-going professional development and education. This will aid the Association in its commitment to a safe built environment for the public.
Further information on the structure and mandate of the AANB is available on this web site or by contacting the association.