Jonathan Humble Named to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Jonathan Humble, FAIA, NCARB, LEED BD+C, Regional Director of Construction Codes and Standards for the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI), has been named to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Recipients of this designation are selected by the AIA’s Jury of Fellows for their notable contributions to the advancement of the profession of architecture. Humble will be recognized in June during the investiture ceremony at St. Patrick’s Cathedral during the 2018 AIA Conference on Architecture in New York City.
“We congratulate Jonathan on this prestigious achievement,” said Jay Larson, P.E., F.ASCE, Managing Director of AISI’s Construction Technical Program. “Jonathan is a valuable liaison between the steel industry and the architectural community, using his extensive knowledge of building code development and issues impacting the codes — such as energy efficiency, sustainability, and acoustic performance — and developing technical resources to benefit architects, engineers, building owners and code officials. He is highly respected by the steel industry, recognized for providing leadership and guidance to AISI while also assisting multiple steel product associations in their understanding and response to building code issues. His skills and expertise have contributed to the advancement of building performance while benefitting the steel industry and architectural community.”
Jonathan Humble has worked with AISI for 22 years and is based in West Hartford, Connecticut. Prior to AISI, he was employed as Project Coordinator – State Building Projects for the State of Connecticut Department of Public Works; Architect Representative with the Codes and Standards Committee for the State of Connecticut; Project Manager for Galliher and Baier Architects in Simsbury, CT; Project Architect with Raphael & Charney Architects in Hartford, CT; and Project Architect with Kahler Slater Architects in Milwaukee, WI. He has served on numerous codes and standards committees and has received several industry awards and certificates of appreciation.
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