Society of American Registered Architects
The Society of American Registered Architects was founded on November 9, 1956 by Wilfred J. Gregson. As a professional society that includes the participation of all architects, regardless of their roles in the architectural community. The society follows the Golden Rule and supports the concept of profitable professionalism for its members. It stresses a high degree of professional fellowship and supports its motto of "Architect helping Architect".
Wilfred J. Gregson (1900–1998) was an architect in the United States who founded the Society of American Registered Architects. The society presents an award named in his honor. He established the firm Gregson and Associates.
Gregson had a Scottish father and an English mother.
- Professional and Associate Members - for registered architects and individuals working towards architectural registration.
- Affiliate Members - for individuals, firms and corporations involved in the construction industry.
- Student Members - for individuals studying architecture.
- International Members - for registered architects outside of North and South America.
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