Law Passed: 1933 • Joined NCARB: 1934 • Region 1—New England (1964)
The Components of Licensure
In 1949, the board refined requirements for architectural registration requiring eight years “adequate or practical experience,” which could include five years attributed to attending an accredited architecture school thus establishing the three-part qualifications—education, experience, and examination.
Additional Members of the NCARB Board of Directors
1933: Everett V. Meeks, FAIA (New Haven)