Earn Continuing Education Credits with the FREE webinars provided by the AIA Knowledge Communities. Each free webinar counts towards your continuing education requirements by granting AIA Continuing Education Credits (aka Learning Units or LUs). Interns may use the free webinars to qualify for Supplemental Experience IDP hours as well.
At this time, the archived webinars are not available for on-demand CE credit.
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"AVIT Infrastructure Guidelines for Courts"
Design guidelines for architects, AV/IT specialists, judges, court administrators, and others concerned with courthouse and courtroom construction and renovation.
→ The next presentation of this booklet will be at the show GovComm. Physical copies of the booklet will be given to the first 100 attendees to Peter Kiefer’s keynote, please see this link: http://www.govcommshow.org/SpecialEvents.asp
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Transcriptions of select, high-ranking webinars are now available for download as a resource. The library entries below include not only the recording and supplemental materials, but also the transcribed webinar as a downloadable document.
At this time, the archived webinars are not yet available for on-demand continuing education credit.
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Submission Deadline: 5PM ET January 26, 2015
No exceptions will be made
The AIA COTE Top Ten / Top Ten + Awards program recognizes exemplary and innovative, built projects that establish a standard of over-all design excellence creatively integrating sustainable design strategies, demonstrating their benefits while educating and inspiring the profession and the public.
An architect or firm may submit more than one project, but each entry requires payment of a separate, non-refundable registration fee.
$325 (AIA members) | $450 (nonmembers)
Submission Deadline: 5PM ET November 21, 2014
The Housing Knowledge Community of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) established this awards program to recognize the best in housing design for households of all incomes. The program emphasizes the importance of good housing as a necessity of life, a sanctuary for the human spirit, and a valuable national resource. It is the intent of the program to recognize quality work in a variety of design styles.
The non-refundable entry fee for this program is $375 for members and $750 for non-members.
Submission Deadline: 5PM ET November 21, 2014
The Housing Knowledge Community of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), in conjunction with the Office of the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD), recognizes excellence in affordable housing architecture, neighborhood design, participatory design, and accessibility. Good design is a cornerstone of thriving homes and communities of all incomes and backgrounds. These awards demonstrate that design matters, and provide examples of important benchmarks in the housing industry.
The non-refundable entry fee for this program is $375.00.
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We need your input as an AIA member to help inform AIA’s new initiative on materials and sustainability. We need to understand what matters to you and how you think about these issues, so that we can reach architects like you most effectively. We hope you can spare 5 minutes of your time to take our brief survey. Just click on the following link to access the survey, and note that all responses are confidential and will be reviewed in aggregate.
For the first time and exclusively for AIA members:
Get select chapters of your choice from The Architect's Handbook of Professional Practice, 15th ed! They are sold individually and accessed electronically, costing only $19.95 while the full tome costs $225.
Authored by The American Institute of Architects (AIA), the chapters are the updated architecture profession's standard on practice issues. These indispensable resources cover all aspects of architectural practice, including legal, financial, marketing, management, and administrative issues. Content is significantly revised to reflect the changing nature of the business of architecture related to the impact of integrated practice.
Friday, December 12, 2014 | 8:00 am – 1:30 pm EST | Earn 4 AIA/CES LU Hours
Location: AIA Headquarters, Washington, DC
Before December 5: AIA Members: $149, Non-AIA Members: $199
After December 5: AIA Members: $224, Non-AIA Members: $299
As an architect, owner, or contractor, using comprehensive contract
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During this course, you will learn the importance of having written
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