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  • Dossier: Bea Spolidoro, AIA

    Introducing AIA Pittsburgh’s 2022 Board President!

  • AIA Pittsburgh Year in Review: 2021

    Looking back at a Year of Perseverance

  • The Fabricated Landscape Highlights Potential of Architects and Sustainable Design

New Scholarship for Pittsburgh’s Minority Architects

Prospective minority architects are disproportionately deterred from starting or completing the path to becoming an architect, in large part due to how financially prohibitive it can be to pursue a career in Architecture. In 2020, we held a series of conversations with members and leaders from NOMA Pittsburgh, AIA Pittsburgh, and the Pittsburgh Architecture Foundation to brainstorm possible ways to reduce the profession’s financial barriers and support the growth of a more inclusive and representative Pittsburgh Architecture community. As a result of these discussions, we formed the Minority Architects of Pittsburgh Scholarship (MAPS). This week, we launched the inaugural MAPS application with a submission deadline of Nov. 17, 2021. MAPS is specifically for minority architects, architecture students, and high school...

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  • Call for Nominations: AIA Pittsburgh Board of Directors

  • County Approves more Inclusive Plumbing Code

  • Design Matters; You Matter

    Blueprint for Better: Pittsburgh amplifies the value of architecture

C-PACE in Western Pennsylvania: Opportunities for County Adoption

Jan 20, 2022

You’re Invited to “C-PACE in Western Pennsylvania: Opportunities for County Adoption,” a free webinar hosted by the Keystone Energy Efficiency Alliance, the Sustainable Energy Fund, and AIA Pittsburgh on Thursday, January 20th, 12-1:30 pm. About this Webinar: Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) is a financing mechanism that unlocks funds for commercial property developers, boosting a project’s ‘capital stack’ and supporting green features in commercial buildings. Pennsylvania state law enables C-PACE programs, but taking full advantage still requires a resolution at the county level. Join the Pennsylvania communities who have invested $68 million to date in CPACE projects. This webinar will especially focus on C-PACE opportunities for counties in Western Pennsylvania, and we’ll take a closer look at case studies of successful and local C-PACE projects. Make sure...

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