|Board Phone:||(803) 896-4408|
|Board Staff:||Alice DeBorde|
|Advice Counsel:  ||Donnell Jennings   **|
|Directions:||110 Centerview Dr, Columbia SC|
**The Office of Advice Counsel is responsible for
providing legal advice to all Boards, Commissions
and Panels. These attorneys do not provide legal
advice to parties outside LLR.
Because your registration was initially granted by NCARB Council Certificate, the Board requires an updated NCARB Council Record.
1. In order to reinstate your S.C. license, please complete the Board's Reinstatement Application and submit it directly to the Board office accompanied with the $190 application/registration fee, made payable to LLR - Board of Architecture. Proof of obtaining twenty‑four (24) hours of continuing education in health, safety and welfare topics must also accompany this application. Mail your application and fee to the S. C. Board office. S.C. Board of Architectural Examiners Post Office Box 11419 110 Centerview Drive (29210) Columbia, S.C. 29211-1419
2. Contact the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) and have your Council Record transmitted electronically to the Board Office by clicking on "My NCARB” and following the instructions for record transmittal.
3. Upon review of your Council Record and S.C. application, we will notify you of approval.
If you have any questions regarding reinstatement, please contact Alice DeBorde, Administrative Assistant, at (803) 896-4408 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
SOUTH CAROLINA REQUIRES FIRM REGISTRATION
Pursuant to Section 40-3-270 of the South Carolina Architectural Registration Law, firms engaged in the practice of architecture must register with this Board.
Only an architect practicing in his or her own name (who does not employ another architect) is exempt from this requirement. For example, John Doe, Architect, would not be required to register as a firm. However, John Doe, Architects, or John Doe Associates, or Doe Associates or similar firm names would be required to register as an architectural firm.
To license your company, see firm instructions and applications.