December @ the AIA

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By AIA Pittsburgh Posted on December 3, 2017

The holiday season is upon us, and AIA Pittsburgh is kicking it off with our President’s Holiday Party & Annual Meeting on December 7th from 6-9pm at the new AIA Pittsburgh offices in the Ewart Building at 925 Liberty Avenue.  If you have not seen the new offices yet make sure to make it to this event to check them out!

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Vote for Case Technologies in AIA National’s Innovation Awards until November 17

Pittsburgh Technological Solutions Company Wins Award for Reality Capture Workshop in Volterra, Italy

Image credit: Wladek Fuchs, University of Detroit Mercy School of Architecture Case Technologies’ Reality Capture Workshop is a long-term collaborative project to create a complete digital documentation of a historical city and a methodology for the information dissemination.  The project is a partnership between Case Technologies, the University of Detroit Mercy, and Civil and Environmental Consultants, among others. Located in the city of Volterra, Italy, the main purpose of Reality Capture is to provide an International educational and research experience in which students and professionals learn to use innovative technologies and collaboratively produce three-dimensional computer models of the ancient city of Volterra, its archaeological remains and some of its treasured artwork. A jury selected by AIA National recently called the project “extraordinary...

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Governor Signs UCC Building Codes Legislation into Law

After Two Legislative Sessions, Pennsylvania is a Step Closer to Building Code Updates

On October 25, 2017, Governor Wolf signed HB 409 into law, creating Act 36 of 2017, a move applauded by AIA Pennsylvania. “This piece of legislation represents a compromise between numerous stakeholders and what AIA Pennsylvania advocated for as a step in the right direction for updates and code adoption in the Commonwealth,” said AIA Pennsylvania Executive Director, Stephen Swarney, J.D., on the passage of the bill. Act 36 of 2017 will significantly change the code review and Uniform Construction Code adoption process for the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry’s Review and Advisory Council, currently chaired by Maureen Guttman, AIA. AIA Pennsylvania remains an influential leader regarding building codes and the UCC in the Commonwealth continues to advocate for comprehensive and aggressive...

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November @ the AIA

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By AIA Pittsburgh Posted on November 2, 2017

The highlight of November will be David Lewis, FAIA’s lecture at the Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture on November 6th where the premiere of  AIA National’s 20-minute film, The Legacy of David Lewis, that will precede David’s lecture.  This month you can also check out the Pittsburgh Magazine competition and two RFQ opportunities.

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October @ the AIA

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By AIA Pittsburgh Posted on October 2, 2017

October is all about Design Pittsburgh! Voting is now open for the People’s Choice Award.  View all 99 entries and learn more about the intent behind each project.  Design Awards and Gala will take place October 19th.  Later in the month, come by the AIA Pittsburgh office for a livestream party celebrating the AIA Pennsylvania Design Award winners on October 25th.

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Why is Architects’ Volunteerism so Important to a City’s Disaster Recovery?

AIA's Response to Hurricane Harvey and How You Can Help

Soldiers with the Texas Army National Guard move through flooded Houston streets as floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey continue to rise, Monday, August 28, 2017. More than 12,000 members of the Texas National Guard have been called out to support local authorities in response to the storm. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Zachary West) We’ve all followed the devastating impact that Hurricane Harvey has had on Houston and western Louisiana. Among the hundreds of thousands who have been directly affected by the storm, nearly 3,000 are AIA members. The storm and the flooding have left none of them unscathed. AIA Houston had more than three feet of water in their building, affecting their servers and computers.

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September @ the AIA

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By AIA Pittsburgh Posted on August 30, 2017

September is back-to-school so get to work on those design boards which are due the 21st.   This month, the CRAN Symposium will be held in Miami.  Watch for a report from CRAN chair Mary Cerrone, AIA if you can’t attend.   Also, consider submitting to present Pecha Kucha night, Design Pittsburgh edition. PechaKucha Night Pittsburgh 20 x 20 Vol.28 will be held October 12th.

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August @ the AIA

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By AIA Pittsburgh Posted on August 1, 2017

This month, it’s time to get your head out of the sand and start thinking about submitting to the Young Architects Studio Competition and Design Pittsburgh 2017. Get the deadlines on your calendar now, review this year’s themes, and decide what projects you plan on submitting.  Take note this year, the submission categories have been updated.

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July @ the AIA

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By AIA Pittsburgh Posted on July 4, 2017

This month, PechaKucha Vol. 27 will be held July 18 at City of Asylum, there’s the opportunity to give input on the Pittsburgh Design Review process, apply for the Paula Maynes AIA Pennsylvania ARE Review Process, and an invitation to bid for conceptual design and pre-development technical services in Venango County.

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June @ the AIA

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By AIA Pittsburgh Posted on June 5, 2017

This month, there are lunch and learn opportunities, lots of news from AIA National and the opportunity to submit to be a presenter at PechaKucha Vol. 27 to be held July 18 at City of Asylum, 40 W. North Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212

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