Bolster’s Partnership With The American Institute Of Architects

For over 150 years, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) has been recognizing and supporting design, architecture, and construction innovations that have helped shape and improve the American quality of life.

By partnering with Bolster, the AIA tackles the biggest problems looming over consumers, contractors and architects alike: the huge financial risks and inefficiencies that plague home remodeling. Using Bolster’s remodeling tools, AIA architects will be empowered to steer their clients away from the most common pitfalls, and ensure a successful outcome for each client.

Bolster is incredibly proud to be the first AIA Discovery Partner. Together, we have an unprecedented opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to the American quality of life. As discovery partners, the AIA and Bolster are combining their strengths and expertise to the benefit of homeowners, contractors, and architects. The collaboration covers a wide range of educational, research and promotional activities; principal among them, the AIA will be promoting Bolster ongoing through various channels to their member base of 81,000 architects. By offering Bolster to their clients, AIA architects will be empowered to focus on delivering design value, with greater certainty that their work will be implemented as intended and their projects completed to quality and to budget. With Bolster, the financial interests of both the homeowner and the contractor will at last be properly aligned.

AIA members will be empowered to focus on delivering design value, with certainty that their work will be implemented as intended.

Bolster in turn will further improve the opportunities of AIA architects in the home remodeling industry by sharing our data, insights, and tools, and positioning architects to take advantage of newly-opened, high-quality distribution channels. Bolster is incredibly proud to be the first AIA Discovery Partner.

Together, we have an unprecedented opportunity to end the cycle of inefficiency and risk in home remodeling, and make a meaningful contribution to the American quality of life by enabling consumers to improve their homes without financial risk.