June @ the AIA

By Posted on June 1, 2016

JuneSummer starts with a few tours and a few free webinars, Join YAF to visit The River House, or attend the next AIA+2030 session and tour Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus, a 2015 Design Pittsburgh award-winning project. Looking forward, stay tuned for Design Pittsburgh related announcements in the upcoming weeks and months, including submission categories and the Young Architects Studio Competition. Finally, do you have a new project or interest to share? Consider submitting to present at PechaKucha Night Pittsburgh, Vol. 24 on July 14. Proposals are due on July 6. 

Free membership for New Grads! Are you a recent graduate of a NAAB-Accredited architecture program? Than you are eligible for up to 18 months of free membership with the American Institute of Architects! Fill out the application and be counted among your peers as a professional.

SpeakUp – AIA’s premier advocacy training event in Washington, D.C. Do you believe in the power of architects to make the world a better place? Your chance to advance the profession by engaging in advocacy is here. Register for SpeakUp 2016, a three day training event on July 13-15. Use your passion to advance positive change for the profession.

June 7 – Understanding Roles, Risks, and Responsibilities: Explore the AIA Contract Documents Teaming Agreement FREE Webinar: Learn how the AIA Contract Document C102™–2015, Standard Form of Teaming Agreement between Team Manager and Team Member for the Purpose of Responding to a Solicitation and Pursuing a Project helps cross-disciplinary teams pool their resources and expertise to submit competitive proposals. Earn 1 AIA LU from the comfort of your desk.

June 14 – The River House Building Tour: Join YAF for this tour of The River House in Upper Lawrenceville, designed by Fisher ARCHitecture. Space is limited, so RSVP today.

June 15 – YAF Steering Committee Meeting

June 21 – AIA+2030 Session 3- Accentuate the Positive: Climate Responsive Design: Join us at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus for this session, which asks “What do we need to know in order to create an informed design?” Following the course, there will be a tour of the campus, which is pursuing a combination of Living Building Challenge, Passive House, Net Zero Energy, LEED Platinum ratings, and SITES. Earn 4 AIA LUs. It’s not too late to get involved with AIA+2030!

June 28 – The Architect’s Guide to Managing Risk on Residential Construction Projects FREE Webinar: AIA Contract Documents experts will discuss unique issues in residential design-build, mixed-use and residential condominium construction and the relationship between developer-builders and architects. Earn 1 AIA LU from the comfort of your desk.

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