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Established in Dallas in 1984, Grand Openings began as a small team of independents looking to provide an outlet for architects and builders designing projects for the high-end residential zones in Austin and its surrounding area. They quickly found their niche through a partnerhip with Wisconsin favorite Kolbe Windows & Doors and since then has spread to multiple locations throughout Texas.
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AIA Dallas, the seventh largest chapter of The American Institute of Architects, empowers architects to excel and impact their practice, profession and community. AIA Dallas has a membership base of more than 2,000 members and 300 architectural firms.Visit the Dallas AIA Homepage
The Austin Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, AIA Austin serves the professional needs of more than 1,000 architect and associate members; and over 180 Allied companies working in fields related to architecture, design and construction in the greater Austin area—north from Copperas Cove and Salado, south to Buda and San Marcos, and west to Fredericksburg.Visit the Austin AIA Homepage
AIA Fort Worth, a Chapter of The American Institute of Architects (AIA), is a professional organization of architects from the North Texas counties of Comanche, Cooke, Eastland, Erath, Haskell, Hood, Jack, Johnson, Palo Pinto, Parker, Somervell, Stephens, Tarrant, Throckmorton, and Wise. The Fort Worth Chapter was founded August 15, 1946 and maintains a membership of over 400 architects.Visit the Fort Worth AIA Homepage
With eight builders and 20 associate members, the National Association of Home Builders issued a charter to the Home Builders Association of Tyler on May 25, 1953. In May 1984, the name was changed to Tyler Area Builders Association. This area covers Anderson, Cherokee, Freestone, Henderson, Navarro, Smith, Wood and Van Zandt counties.Visit the TABA Homepage