About Build Pittsburgh
Build Pittsburgh, AIA Pittsburgh’s annual continuing education conference and exhibitor show, brings together a community of architects and built industry professionals to engage in institutional learning. The largest, best attended continuing education event in our region, Build Pittsburgh also provides an opportunity to interact, network, and connect with all aspects of the built industry. Last year, over 380 design/build professionals attended Build Pittsburgh.
Build Pittsburgh 2015 will be held on Thursday, April 23rd.
Build Pittsburgh 2014 was held on Thursday, May 8th. AIA Pittsburgh’s 13th annual continuing education conference and exhibitor show at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center featured fantastic programming and presenters, a Keynote address by Ray Gastil, Director of the Department of City Planning, and brought together over 380 design/build professionals.
Earn AIA/CES Learning Units and Maintain your LEED Credentials!
As a Build Pittsburgh sponsor, you will have the opportunity to exhibit your product or service to an exclusive audience of design professionals.
Contact Rachael Kelley firstname.lastname@example.org at AIA Pittsburgh to become a sponsor of Build Pittsburgh. Sponsorship Opportunities are limited. See Sponsorship Levels and Benefits for further details on sponsorships and programming.
AIA Board Decision Mainstreams Sustainable Design Education…
At December 2012′s Annual Meeting of the AIA National Board of Directors, the Sustainable Design (SD) Continuing Education Credit Requirement was terminated. Recognizing that sustainable design practices have become a mainstream design intention in the architectural community, the Board of Directors voted to allow the sustainable design education requirement to sunset at the end of calendar year 2012.
AIA members will no longer need to complete the sustainable design requirement to fulfill their AIA continuing education. For 2013, AIA members are required to satisfy a minimum of 18 LUs per year. Of this total, 12 must meet the Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW) criteria.
Sustainable Design courses will now fall under the LU/HSW credit designation.