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27
Jan

AIARE Newsletter – Jan. 27, 2017

Click Here to view the newest Membership Newsletter with information on the joint AIARE & RECSI Dinner meeting on Thursday, February 2nd and the Emerging Professionals Winter Social on Friday, February 17th at the IceHouse Gallery in Petaluma.

17
Jan

AIARE Welcomes New Board

AIA Redwood Empire welcomes the new 2017 Board of Directors: President:  Paul Berger, AIA; Vice President: Nanette Names, AIA; Treasurer:  Mark Parry, AIA; Secretary: Paul Gilger, AIA; Directors:  Peter Hendrickson, AIA, Jim Theiss, AIA, Scott Bartley, AIA, Danny Strenning, AIA, Peter Levelle, Assoc. AIA, Juliano Sorondo, Assoc. AIA, Robin Stephani, Assoc. AIA, Michael Quesenbury and …

17
Jan

AIA Associates and AIARE Emerging Associates

AIA Associates and AIA Emerging Associates:  Please join AIARE in 2017 for various programs and events geared directly at you!  This year we have two Associate/EP Directors focused on creating programs directed towards your career advancement.   Join us later in 2017 for the second class in our Leadership Academy.  Jim Theiss, AIA of QKA …

23
Mar

Goodbye delays, hello permits

One architect’s new permit streamlining process could provide benefits for all.

22
Mar

The dream of the art of architecture

Architects are asked to deliver what the client has asked for, but also to transcend the program to envision the unexpected.

21
Mar

Architecture firm billings recover modestly in February

U.S. architecture firms reported a modest recovery in billings in February 2016 following a small dip in January.

25
Feb

Grassroots 2016: Building upon ideas

For the first time, Grassroots, the AIA’s annual leadership conference, broke away from Washington, DC, and relocated to the city of Detroit.

24
Feb

Modest slowdown in architecture firm billings in January

Business conditions at architecture firms softened modestly in January to start the new year.

23
Feb

Embracing Frank Lloyd Wright's sense of purpose

Architects are strong individually, says 2016 AIA President Russell A. Davidson, but together we can do much more for the profession.

22
Feb

Defining the lower limits of an ethical framework

Architects are so committed to their work that they often have trouble examining architecture within a broader ethical context.

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