The board issued a notice regarding potential conflicts of interest for Nevada architects and residential designers serving on design review committees.
“Design professionals sitting on DRCs serve an important purpose. Their voice adds professional expertise to the body and can help protect the public. Architects and residential designers who serve on DRCs should be aware of potential conflicts of interest that may arise due to their service on the committee and consider best practices.”
Read more at: Download April 2021 Notice
Applicants may now submit applications electronically or through the mail. Applicants who do not have a social security number may provide an alternative personally identifying number on an application for registration. The annual registration fee is $180, and initial registrations issued in November or December are $90.
"The Blue Book: A Reference Guide for the Nevada Design and Construction Industry" has been updated for 2020. The book is developed for building officials, design professionals, contractors and the public.
Residential designers may now earn work experience credits outside of the state in certain circumstances.
Members of the NSBAIDRD elected registered interior designer member Kimberly Ciesynski as Chair and architect member James Mickey as Secretary/Treasurer at the board’s October meeting.
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The notice provides clarification for firms that provide registered interior design services but are not owned by Nevada registrants.
The notice details what services can be provided by interior designers/decorators, certified interior designers and Nevada registered interior designers. It also explains the terms “FF&E” and “space planning.” Download the notice.