Monthly Archives: August 2012

Traps and Risk Management for Design Professionals in “Green” Construction

Professional Practice Forum Thursday, September 20 Noon-1:30pm 1.5 CES LUs Free and open to all  Mark Meredith, Allied Member from Robles, Castles & Meredith LLP will be leading September’s roundtable discussion: “Traps and Risk Management for Design Professionals in “Green” … Continue reading

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2012 Firm Tours

The Emerging Professionals Committee invites students, associates and other emerging professionals to join them as they tour some of the East Bay’s architecture firms. Past tours included: Pyatok Architects RATCLIFF   Upcoming: Tuesday, September 4 2pm Community Design + Architecture  … Continue reading

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Design Guidelines for an Age-Friendly City

Design for Aging Committee Meeting & Discussion Tuesday, September 4 Noon AIA San Francisco 1 CES LU/AIASF CES provider Free and open to all  Topic: “DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR AN AGE-FRIENDLY CITY AND BEING AN AGE-FRIENDLY DESIGNER” The AIA New York … Continue reading

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BIM, Owners and You – Roles Redefined

A Revit User Group Program Hosted by Ideate, Inc. Tuesday, September 18 11:30am-1pm Please click here to register for accurate lunch counts The roles of the architect have changed over time, from the master builder, to the designer working with … Continue reading

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Robert Ogilvie: Healthy Places-A Key to Growing Strong

Healthy Places: A Key to Growing Strong A lecture by Robert Ogilvie, PhD Co-sponsored by the Congress of New Urbanism, Northern California Wednesday, September 19 6pm Cost: Free AIA and CNU members; $5 non-members Please click here to RSVP. An … Continue reading

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Managing a Detail Library

Wednesday, September 5 6-8pm ArchiCAD User Group Free and open to all. Click here to RSVP. During this user group, Tom Simmons, Allied Member, founder of ARCHVISTA, Inc. and LearnVirtual, will review how to setup a detail library including creating … Continue reading

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Schematic Design Using Vectorworks Architects

Tuesday, September 11 7-9pm Vectorworks User Group AIA East Bay 1405 Clay St. Oakland, CA Free and open to all. Paul Majka will discuss the topic “Schematic Design using Vectorworks Architect” We will cover the development of site and building … Continue reading

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Gearing Up To Deliver Greener Projects

Thursday, September 6 Noon – 1:30pm A Small Firm Forum Presentation Free for AIA members; $3 for non-members. All are welcome, no need to RSVP. Ann V Edminster presents what professional firms need to do/be prepared to do if they … Continue reading

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The One-Hour Shower

Tuesday, October 23 Noon – 1pm Free and open to all. Please RSVP to events@aiaeb.org. Moen’s John Kerr, Allied Member, will discuss how what began as standing under a bucket or relying on Mother Nature for a downpour has evolved … Continue reading

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July ArchNews

Click here to download the latest issue of ArchNews, the monthly newsletter of AIA East Bay. Featuring the 2012 Exceptional Residential: Bay Area Regional Design Awards.

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