AIASF Allied Membership

The American Institute of Architects is not just for architects. Whether you are an individual who works in the design and construction field, or a small business that offers products or services to architects, AIA San Francisco is the place for you. AIA San Francisco sees our allied connections as an important bridge between architecture and industry-related fields. Allied membership is designed for the individual who is working in a field related to architecture but does not have an architectural license or degree, or a corporation with five or less full-time employees.

Applicants are not eligible for Architect or International Associate membership.

If you are interested in Allied Membership at the state or national level please contact your state chapter or AIA National for more information.

Allied Membership Dues

Membership is based on a calendar year from January to December. New and reinstated member dues are prorated quarterly.

Payment

Dues are not a tax-deductible donation but may be eligible as a business. Please complete the form below and pay the dues through our online payment portal.

If you have any questions, please contact our Membership staff.

  • Allied Membership Application

    Allied membership is open to firms in industries related to architecture, such as engineering, planning, landscape architecture, manufacturing and the arts. Applicants cannot be architecture firms.
  • Primary Contact Information

  • Company Information

  • Preferred Address (check one)

  • Professional Information (check the profession that you represent)

  • Allied Membership Dues

    Membership is based on a calendar year from January to December. New and reinstated member dues are prorated quarterly.
  • Joining between Oct 1, 2020 – Mar 31, 2021
    $300
    Joining between Apr 1 – June 30, 2021
    $226
    Joining between July 1 - Sept. 30, 2021
    $150
  • Submit full payment of your local membership dues. Dues are not a tax-deductible donation but may be eligible as a business expense deduction.