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The nine 2011 AIA-NJ Officers: (L to R) Claire Wholean, Jack Purvis, Kimberly Bunn, Laurence Parisi, Justin Mihalik, Michael Hanrahan, Jerome Eben, Kurt Kalafsky, Jason Kliwinski.
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Michael Hanrahan, AIA, of Readington Township, N.J. in Hunterdon County, was installed as president of the American Institute of Architects' New Jersey chapter (AIA-NJ) at the organization's annual awards gala held recently at Carl Icahn Laboratory at Princeton University in Princeton, N.J.

Hanrahan was among nine AIA-NJ officers installed at the event, which also celebrated the top achievements among architects and architectural companies throughout the state with service and design awards.

Hanrahan, an associate partner at Clarke Canton Hintz, an award-winning architecture, planning and landscape architecture firm based in Trenton, N.J., has been with the firm for nearly 15 years. He has served as project manager on a variety of project types in a variety of market sectors.

In addition to his leadership role within AIA-NJ, Hanrahan is a member of the Construction Specification Institute, Preservation New Jersey and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Hanrahan also volunteers in his community as an assistant coach for the Readington Township Little League and is a former member of the local historic preservation commission.

He was the former AIA-NJ executive board vice president in 2010, first vice president in 2009, secretary from 2006 to 2008 and the AIA-NJ Central Jersey section executive board president in 2005.

Last year, Hanrahan was recognized as the AIA-NJ "Young Architect of Year" and in 2001 was recognized as the AIA-NJ "Intern Architect of the Year." His firm, Clarke Caton Hintz, was the 2010 AIA-NJ "Firm of the Year."

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