December @ the AIA

By Posted on December 3, 2015

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2015 is rapidly coming to a close. As you ponder how yet another year has flown by, remember to take advantage of each day left, and get involved in what the AIA has to offer. It’s time to renew your membership. Or if you’re not a member, maybe 2016 is the year to become one! Deck the halls, bake some cookies, and join us for AIA Pittsburgh’s annual Holiday Party at the offices of 4moms. It’s sure to be a merry evening!

AIA Membership CampaignIt’s time to renew your membership, and if you do so by December 31st, you’ll be automatically entered to win a prize package to attend AIA Convention 2016 in Philadelphia. Check out the membership options and sign up today!

December 3 – President’s Holiday Party: Join AIA Pittsburgh to celebrate the holidays with colleagues and friends! You’ll not want to miss the passing of the wig and congratulating this year’s newly registered architects.

December 7 – ARE Review Series: Site Planning & Design

December 7 – The Path to Licensure: How to Best Support Your Interns Free Webinar: Join 2015 AIA National Architecture Firm award winner, Ehrlich Architects and many others to explore progressive methods in supporting your staff’s path to licensure. Register and learn how promoting licensure can increase a firm’s marketability and long-term success.

December 8 – Owner/Consultant Agreements: Understanding Roles, Contractual Relationships and Terms Webinar: Join in on this free webinar and explore important contractual issues common to owner/consultant agreements. Earn 1 AIA LU. Learn more and register.

December 9 – Registration deadline for the AIA COTE Top Ten for Students: COTE and ACSA present the 2015-2016 AIA COTE Top Ten for Students, a design competition to recognize student work that displays sustainable design at the highest level. Register by December 9 and submit entries by January 20.

December 10 – Explore Master Agreements, Task Orders, and Other Small Firms Agreements: Attend this free webinar to learn about how AIA documents can be used on small projects to protect the project and interests of all parties. Earn 1 AIA LU.

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