The mission of the AIA Small Firm Exchange (SFx) is to advance the mutual interests of architects practicing in small firms. The objectives of the AIA SFx are three-fold:1. Advocate for small firms within the AIA and in outside organizations and agencies.2. Promote leadership in Small Firm professional development and practice; and3. Facilitate and support the local component round tables and small firm networks.
The extended deadline for 2030 Commitment reporting is approaching. Are you ready?
If you have questions, consider this "happy hour hackathon" on Wednesday.
AIA East Bay COTE is hosting a 2030 Commitment reporting session (free and virtual) on Wednesday, April 15, 2020: 5-6pm PT.
This session will offer architects an opportunity to ask questions about the DDx and reporting. Leaders on hand to answer questions and walk through the DDx reporting process will be Gwen Fuertes (AIA 2030 Working Group co-chair), Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects; Alice Sung, AIA; and Seth Dunn of Siegel & Strain Architects.
Learn more and register here: https://aiaeb.org/calendar/ddx-hackathon/
This session will be recorded and available after the fact for listening.
If more than ~40 people join, it is possible that not all individual questions may be addressed directly; presenters will try to answer the most common questions.