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The American Institute of Building Design - National Council of Building Design Certification
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The NCBDC Accreditation Program certifies competency of professional building designers in ethics, procedures, architectural styling, structural engineering and construction principles, processes, materials and methods. assures consumers and other industry professionals that the person has met the critical requirements of a Certified Professional Building Designer...

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Some of the most highly experienced building design professionals share a distinctive symbol – the seal of certification through the National Council of Building Designer Certification. Council certificate holders are fully committed to a standard of conduct, ethics and NCBDC Promo Sealcontinued learning. To qualify, each has verified experience and education, provided examples of completed projects and have passed a series of nine rigorous comprehensive and practical exams...

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Hiring a Certified Professional Building Designer could be one of the smartest investment decisions you'll ever make.  Designers trained and qualified in the principles of residential and light commercial design can help their clients avoid the costly mistakes that can turn the dream of a new home or complex remodeling project into a discouraging nightmare.

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