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October 14, 2020

Practical Considerations

IS THE CERTIFICATE OF MERIT STATUTE (CCP 411.35) EFFECTIVE; SHOULD IT BE CHANGED AND HOW CAN DESIGN PROFESSIONALS PROTECT THEMSELVES CCP 411.35 (b) (1) requires…

October 13, 2020

ABI August 2020: Architecture firm billings still show little sign of improvement

Many firms are finding that fewer proposals are converting to active projects since pandemic’s start Business conditions remained stalled at architecture firms in August, with…

October 13, 2020

Demystifying California Code Changes

Erick Mikiten, AIA, LEED-AP Before becoming a Building Standards Commissioner in 2012, the timing of the various blue and yellow code book pages that were…

October 8, 2020

#EQxD2020 – Architect Registration Examination (ARE) Challenge Scholarship Program

The ARE Challenge Scholarship Program recognizes that the effort and expense of the architectural licensing process as a barrier to achieving this professional milestone and…

October 7, 2020

Engineers Alliance for the Arts: Student Impact Project Calling for Volunteers

ENGINEERS ALLIANCE FOR THE ARTS (EAA) facilitates a unique bridge-building program in San Francisco and throughout the Bay Area. EAA is looking for volunteer engineers,…