Spring is here, and so is Build Pittsburgh! AIA Pittsburgh’s annual continuing education conference and exhibitor show is a great way to spend the day with other architects and engineers, earn continuing education credits, and catch up on trends in the industry. Start the day with the keynote address, “Getting Back on Your Horse: The Evolving Professional Practice”, presented by Peter Kuttner, FAIA, Cambridge Seven Associates, and stay through ’til the cocktail reception. You won’t want to miss out!
Volunteers Needed – Interested AIA members are encouraged to sign up for volunteer opportunities at the AIA Convention 2015 in Atlanta, May 14-16. Members who commit to at least four (4) time slots will receive full complementary registration to the Convention.
April 9 – PechaKucha Night Pittsburgh Vol. 20: Check out Brett Yasko, Dan Wilcox, Maranie Staab, Beth Hackney, Jakob Marsico, Mick McNutt, AIA, Lucas Bartosiewicz, Annie Liu, Thor Erickson, and Gwyn Cready give their 20×20 presentations at the Carnegie Museum of Art. Purchase your ticket in advance to make sure you don’t miss out!
April 13-18 – National Architecture Week
April 14 – ARE Review Session: Schematic Design
April 16 – YAF Steering Committee Meeting
April 23 – Build Pittsburgh: AIA Pittsburgh’s 14th 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.
April 28 – Passive House Multifamily Affordable Housing Tour: Join YAF and Project Architect Debbie Clark of FortyEighty Architecture who will lead this tour of the MyPlace building and discuss the teams experience with PHIUS+’s evolving multifamily requirements, lessons learned and comparisons to Energy Star and IECC requirements.