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CNH’s Wayne Hilbert finishes time on MN Board of AELSLAGID

CNH Principal Wayne Hilbert recently finished serving his second and final term on the Minnesota State Board of Architecture, Engineering, Land Surveying, Landscape Architecture, Geoscience and Interior Design (AELSLAGID).

 

 

Hilbert was first appointed to the board by Governor Mark Dayton in 2013. In 2017, he was appointed by Governor Dayton to serve his second and final term finishing in June 2021. Members are capped at serving two terms.

 

 

During his tenure, he served at separate times as Chair of the Complaint Committee, Chair of the Credentialing Committee, and Chair of the Architects, Landscape Architects and Certified Interior Designers (ALACID) section.

 

 

He also represented the board at numerous National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) regional and annual meetings. Also heavily involved in NCARB, Hilbert took on several positions of regional leadership including Region Four Treasurer and Vice Chair seats, while working on committees including Architect Registration Exam (ARE) and Program Continuum Advisory Collaborative (PCAC.)

 

 

“It has been a fascinating and worthwhile experience to serve on this MN State board.  It is hard to describe all the aspects that the board impacts.  I will say that the function of the board and the national organizations associated with the board have a big impact on our design professions and the general public.” Hilbert said. “It is an honor to have served as a board member for the last eight years.  It was a great pleasure to serve with the other board members who were passionate about the integrity of their professions and the health, safety, and welfare of the general public.”

 

 

About MN State Board of AELSLAGID

Board Mission

The Minnesota Board of Architecture, Engineering, Land Surveying, Landscape Architecture, Geoscience and Interior Design regulates the professions and enforces the statutes and rules in order to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public.

 

They ensure that individuals meet the education, examination, and experience standards for licensure or certification. They also ensure individuals maintain their records in good standing.

 

We take disciplinary action against those who violate the statutes, rules and standards governing the practice of the professions.

Board Structure

The Board has 21 members appointed by the Governor for four-year terms. The regulated professions are represented by 16 individuals, complemented by 5 members of the general public.

 

Each member serves on one of three committees: Complaint, Rules, or Credentialing. Each member also serves on one of two Sections: ALACID and ELSGEO (Engineers, Land Surveyors, Geologists and Soil Scientists). Anything acted upon in a Committee or Section meeting must come to the full Board for approval.

 

Learn more at MN AELSLAGID.htm

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