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Dispatch from A’19

AIA President Bill Bates, FAIA, announces that the organization is launching a comprehensive review of the process used to select its award recipients “to promote the highest professional standards among members and within the profession” at A’19 in Las Vegas. This past June more than 20,000 architects from all over the US and beyond gathered in Las Vegas for A’19, and took a stand for a sustainable future. Architects designing for a better future means taking on the critical challenges facing cities, and our world, today. This was a key message of A’19 as the theme of Blueprint for Better was interwoven throughout the conference. Blueprint for Better, an initiative of AIA National, highlights how architects are working with clients and...

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BUILDING TOUR: TCS HALL (YAF)

Sep 26, 2019

HOSTED BY YAF PITTSBURGH / BOHLIN CYWINSKI JACKSON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 6:00PM 4665 FORBES AVE FORBES AVE, PITTSBURGH, PA 15213 YOU MUST RSVP HERE _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ DETAILS WE WILL MEET ON FORBES AVE, IN FRONT OF THE SITE (BETWEEN 4665 FORBES AVENUE AND JUNCTION HOLLOW). HARDHATS, CLOSED TOED SHOES (PREFERABLY STEEL-TOED BOOTS), EYE PROTECTION, AND HIGH-VIS VESTS ARE REQUIRED! THERE ARE EXTRAS ON SITE, BUT LIKELY NOT ENOUGH FOR EVERYONE. TOUR PROMPTLY BEGINS AT 6:00PM. DON’T BE LATE! RSVP IF YOU PLAN TO ATTEND. TOUR LIMIT IS 30 PEOPLE. EMAIL YAF@AIAPGH.COM WITH ANY QUESTIONS.

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