Architecture and Surveying Institute

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The Architecture and Surveying Institute (ASI - formed 1989), originally the Architects and Surveyors Institute, was a professional body formed from the merger of the Faculty of Architects and Surveyors (FAS - formed 1926) and the Construction Surveyors' Institute (CSI - formed 1952). It's founding president (1989-90) was George Keith Chapman, then Lecturer at Portsmouth Polytechnic (now University of Portsmouth).

ASI had offices in the UK in London and Chippenham, Wiltshire.

In 2003 it merged with the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB - formed 1834), establishing a new Faculty of Architecture and Surveying within CIOB's existing structure.

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