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Corporate Architects and Facility Management Scholarship

S E L E C T I O N AIA members serving on the Corporate Architects and Facility Management Scholarship Advisory Group will select the recipients on the basis of academic performance, the recommendation letter, portfolio work and the essay

2015 CAFM Complete Scholarship Application.pdf


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2013 CAFM Scholarship

D E A D L I N E S The application and all accompanying information, including transcripts, student portfolio and letter of recommendation must be submitted on CD in pdf format, postmarked by March 22, 2013, and mailed to: Corporate Architects and Facility Management (CAFM) Scholarship Brett Rosenberg, Knowledge Communities Corporate Architects and Facility Management Scholarship The American Institute of Architects 1735 New York Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20006-5292 S E L E C T I O N The AIA members serving on the Corporate Architects and Facility Management Scholarship Advisory Group will select the recipients on the basis of academic performance, the recommendation letter, portfolio work and the essay

CAFM Scholarship Application 2013 FINAL pdf - Adobe Reader.pdf


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2013 Public Architects Workshop

EV105: Public Architects, Corporate Architects and Facility Management, and Academy of Architecture for Justice Reception 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM | Cost $50.00 Join the local and national AIA Committee of Corporate Architects and Facility Management, AIA Public Architects Committee, and the Academy of Architecture for Justice (AAJ) members at a hosted reception

 06-19-2013 | 07:30 - 16:30 MT


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Using Air Movement to Improve Energy Efficiency (Free Webinar Series)

As we move increasingly toward market-viable net-zero buildings with initiatives like ASHRAE Vision 2020 and the AIA 2030 Commitment, we must reevaluate how typical building components affect a facility’s energy efficiency. Energy savings and thermal comfort gained from an increase in air...

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Focus Search - Welcome to the webinar titled Using Air Movement to Improve Energy Efficiency, sponsored by the AIA Corporate Architect and Facility Managers (CAFM) Knowledge Community