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The Association of Consultant Architects (ACA)

ACA represents the interests of private practice architects and offers them the opportunity for a collective voice on matters of practice at both a personal and a national level.

The ACA promotes activities which encourage and develop good practice in architecture by organising and providing seminars, conferences, study tours, press releases, legal help lines, business advisory help lines, PI insurance schemes and exhibitions of members’ work. 

Students of architecture are supported through the option of free membership of ACA Forum, which offers access to a wide range of member services including ACA seminars at very minimal rates.  ACA also support students through the administration of the Eric Lyons Memorial Fund, which runs a biannual competition and exhibition for Part I and Part II students from UK Schools of Architecture.  

A newsletter is distributed regularly to all members and a specialist services directory is available via the ACA website.

The ACA are publishers of construction contracts and sell a wide range of documents from the Appointment of a Consultant Architect to Building Agreements, through to the innovative Project Partnering Contracts - the first in the industry following the Government’s Rethinking Construction initiative.  

If you are an architect or a student planning to qualify as an architect and interested in having an effective voice and prompt representation on issues that affect you, the Association of Consultant Architects is uniquely positioned to work on your behalf.

Fiona Griffiths,
Secretary General,
Association of Consultant Architects Ltd
98 Hayes Road
Bromley

BR2 9AB   

Tel: 020 8325 1402    Fax: 020 8466 9079
Email:  film@acarchitects.co.uk
Website:  www.ACArchitects.co.uk

 

     
   
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