AIA Middle TN Emerging Professionals

(Left to right) David Grisham, AIA Mary Melissa Yohn, AIA Jonathan Anderson, Assoc. AIA Fuller Hannan Kate Armstrong, Assoc. AIA Daniel Alderman, Assoc. AIA

(Left to right) David Grisham, AIA. Mary Melissa Yohn, AIA, Jonathan Anderson, Assoc. AIA Fuller Hannan, Kate Armstrong, Assoc. AIA, Daniel Alderman, Assoc. AIA

Through knowledge, resources and community, the AIA Emerging Professionals of Middle Tennessee encourages professional growth, leadership development and serve as the collective voice for young architects.

  • Professional development
  • Social networking
  • ARE and IDP panels
  • Design workshops
  • Building tours

Follow the AIA Emerging Professionals Google Group at to learn more!

AIA ARE Prep Powered by Black Spectacles

Curious about ARE 5.0?  The cut score process has finished for Project Planning & Design and is underway for Project Development & Documentation, Programming & Analysis, and Practice Management.  Pass rates are expected to be released in July 2017. CLICK HERE for updates.

2017 David Thaddeus Structures Seminar

AIA Middle Tennessee hosts David Thaddeus, AIA, NCARB, for a three-day seminar covering the structural systems division of the ARE 4.0, including general structures, lateral forces and the structural framing vignette.

Seating is limited for this popular seminar and advance registration is required. Registration closes June 1st. For more information and to register, Click Here! 

Hard Hat Building Tours:
May 18, 2017 – Overton High School

For more information and to register, Click Here!

Hard Hat Building Tours – Call for Projects!

The AIAMidTN Emerging Professionals host monthly hard hat tours and Draughting Club socials. For the most up to date information on the tours, follow the AIA Emerging Professionals Google Group at and also check our events page by clicking here and our calendar to check for upcoming tours and online registrations.
Do you have a Hard Hat Building Tour worthy project?  Please contact us at to get the process started and share your great work.
We’ve seen upwards of 60 people at our largest tours.