April @ the AIA

Learn About Resiliency at Build Pittsburgh

By Posted on April 2, 2016

April2016Spring is here – blue skies, warmer days, and 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. This year’s theme is “Bounce Forward: Design for Resiliency,” looking, in part, at the AIA’s Sustainability Initiative promoting adaptable and resilient buildings and communities. Start the day with the keynote address presented by Grant Oliphant, of The Heinz Endowments, and stay through ’til the cocktail reception. You won’t want to miss out!

April 6 – PechaKucha Night Pittsburgh Vol. 23: Presented by AIA Pittsburgh, AIGA Pittsburgh, and the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council for an evening of dynamic presentations from the city’s local creatives.

April 11 – ARE Review Series: Schematic Design

April 12 – Building Tour of The Offices at 3 Crossings: Join YAF and Rycon for an inside look at the Offices at 3 Crossings in the Strip District, a large-scale, multi-use residential, office, and retail development complex.

April 21 – Build Pittsburgh 2016: Join us for the largest, best-attended continuing education event in our region. View the lineup of presenters and programming and sign up today!

April 27 – “What is Leadership?” Essay Contest Deadline: Are you an emerging professional interested in attending AIA Convention? AIA Pittsburgh’s newly reformed Foundation for Architecture wishes to offer a stipend to the person who best answers “What is Leadership?” Learn more and view the rules for application.

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