In traditional practice, architects generally work for a client, contractors do construction and someone else sells the finished building or development. But what if you, as the architect, took full control of the process and became the developer?
The AIA is lucky to have a roster of emerging professionals who have shown great leadership in design, in education, and in civic and professional involvement. We have one such young leader here today – Andrew Caruso, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C, CDT.
In this podcast, Ramiro Solórzano, Assoc. AIA, Manager, CES Provider Audits speaks with Dr. Carlo J. Ninassi Associate Professor of Practice from Pennsylvania State University about his best practices in Continuing Education.