- What Does an Architect Do?
- Find an Architect
- Check the Register
- Top Tips from Architects
- Useful Questions Before you Start
- Working with an Older Building
- Ask a Question
- Work with an Architect: Commercial
- Work with an Architect: Your Home
- Why your Architect must be Registered
- Raising a Concern
- Professional Conduct Committee
- Misuse of Title
RIAI activities are co-ordinated by 9 Member Board responsible for Council, the Institute’s governing body, which is elected by the Membership.
The role of the Board is to oversee the management of the RIAI by the executive in delivering Council’s strategy and policy and administering the Institute’s day-to-day business.
The role of the Council is to develop the vision, strategy and high-level policy for the RIAI in order to achieve the Institute’s objectives as set out in the Constitution. High level policy shall be passed by the Council to the appropriate committee for policy development.
The Director, the RIAI’s CEO, has a permanent staff which services the Institute's Council and Committees and also administers the requirement of the sections of the Building Control Act dealing with the Registration of Architects.