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‘Architect’ to replace ‘Architectural Record’ as official AIA publication

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Washington, D.C.—Hanley Wood and the American Institute of Architects formally announced an agreement to make the publisher’s Architect the official publication of the organization, replacing McGraw-Hill Cos.' Architectural Record. The five-year agreement will take effect Jan. 1, 2011.

Additionally, the agreement will integrate the AIA and its membership with Hanley Wood’s magazines, websites, events, the AIA Annual Convention, research and support for AIA chapters. AIA members will receive digital editions of Hanley Wood titles Residential Architect, EcoHome and Eco-Structure.

“We are elated to, once again, partner with the AIA,” Hanley Wood CEO Frank Anton said in a statement. “Hanley Wood had its beginning as the first publishing partner for the AIA in 1976 and, working together, we now have opportunities to make the architectural profession more robust and relevant to the design and construction industry and the public.”

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