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TTIA New Executives 2016

Published on Monday 25th July, 2016
Congratulations to TTIA’s newly appointed Executive Team 2016  


Fifteen New Architects

Published on Wednesday 22nd June, 2016
Fifteen New Architects Register The Board of Architecture of T&T (BoATT) and the T&T Institute of Architects (TTIA) welcomed 15 new registered architects into practice in T&T at a brief ceremony at the Carlton Savannah last week Wednesday in which the architects were handed their certificates of membership. In brief remarks, Gary Turton, chairman of
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TTIA Announces First CPD Seminar

Published on Thursday 6th February, 2014
The Trinidad and Tobago Institute of Architects (TTIA) announces its first Continuing Professional Development (CPD) seminar on Thursday February 6th at the Trinidad and Tobago Group of Professional Associations (TTGPA) Conference Room, 11-13 Fitzblackman Drive South, Woodbrook, Port of Spain. The TTIA has made CPD mandatory for its members effective this 2014. CPD is about maintaining
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TTIA President Outlines Key Issues to Government at TTBS Launch

Published on Friday 31st January, 2014
Last night at the Hyatt Regency was the website launch of the Trinidad and Tobago Building Source, a dynamic new online resources of building products, suppliers, contractors, and design professionals in Trinidad and Tobago. The Trinidad and Tobago Institute of Architects (TTIA) gave their full support this new initiative by one of its own members,
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World Architecture News on Chinese Construction

Published on Thursday 28th March, 2013
In a recent editorial by World Architecture News (WAN), a global resource for architecture, the editors have raised what appears to be a new scandal in Chinese Construction. In their previous editorial, which the TTIA also covered, Chinese construction firms were using thinned structural steel reinforcement on projects. It now appears that the use of
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