Established in 1933
The Architects’ Association of New Brunswick (AANB or the Association) is a corporate self-regulating body, established in 1933, for the purpose of advancing and maintaining the standards of architecture in New Brunswick, for governing and regulating those offering architectural services and for the safeguarding of members of the general public and the profession. The AANB Architects Act & By-Laws, which are a statute of the Government of New Brunswick, establishes the guidelines for membership in the Association and the practice of architecture in New Brunswick.
Registered members of the AANB are highly-trained professionals who have successfully completed a university degree, mandatory practical training/ experience and an extensive architectural registration examination process. Members are then granted the right to call themselves an ‘Architect’ and use the designation ‘AANB.’