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2015 Conference - Presentation Powerpoints

This year's conference focused on the future of justice and invited participants to challenge the status quo. Our panels and roundtable discussions brought stakeholders from a wide variety of jurisdictions together to discuss their experiences with justice projects around the country and beyond....

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Energy Efficient Homes: Tight and Healthy

This September 10, 2012 presentation is a part of the ongoing Housing Knowledge Community research webinar series. View the complete series archive . The new energy codes and guidelines are requiring very tight houses with little or no air infiltration. There has been much debate about the...

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Focus Search - Mayan Hut, Mexico, 500s‐present (drawing from Schoenhauer, 6,000  Years of Housing) Aborigine House Shihsanhang Museum Of Archeology Taiwan 1500s‐present House El Refugio, Punta Uva, Costa Rica Camilo Parra, AIA 2001 Grenader House, Houston, Texas, Nonya Grenader, FAIA, 2010 DRY TROPICAL CLIMATE van Lengen, 1981, The Barefoot Architect In regions with hills, build houses in the high areas where there is more air circulation

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2015 AAJ Conference Brochure

Please download the on-site guide for the 2015 AAJ Conference "Challenging the Status Quo." The guide includes a detailed event schedule, full session descriptions, speaker biographies, and exhibitor profiles. #Conferences #Brochures #2015AAJConference #AcademyonArchitectureforJustice

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COD Guide to Columbus

The guide was created as a compliment to the Defining Architectural Design Excellence themed conference in Columbus, Indiana in April 2012. Download Will Miller's keynote presentation. #Guides #columbus #IN #Indiana #CommitteeonDesign #Conferences

2012 AIA COD Columbus-Indiana--Defining Architectural Design Excellence conference guide11.pdf

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MOVING TO AN INTERNATIONAL PRACTICE: Small, Medium, Large—Guidance for All Practices

Power point presentation from the workshop at the 2013 AIA National Convention in Denver, Colorado. #internationalpractice #Guides #Workshops #internationalwork #BestPractices #internationalmarkets #overseas #Presentations

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Focus Search - - United States Government -Department of Commerce AIA Representation to Global Architecture Organizations: • International Union of Architects (UIA) –Only world-wide association of architects –130 Countries-127 Member Sections –1,300,000 architects world wide –AIA Active Member since 1948 »Professional Practice Commission »Architectural Education Commission • Pan American Federation of Architects (FPAA) AIA Alliances with Architecture Organizations Around the World: Accords or Cooperation Agreements • Current state: mostly expressions of goodwill • In progress: efforts to “activate” these relationships with mutually beneficial activities AIA Alliances with Architecture Organizations Around the World: • Architects Council of Europe (ACE) • Architects Regional Council of Asia (ARCASIA) • Architectural Society of China (ASC) • Australian Institute of Architects (AuIA/ RAIA) • Colegio de Arquitectos de Costa Rica (CACR) • Federacion de Colegios de Arquitectos de la Republica Mexicana (FCARM) AIA Alliances with Architecture Organizations Around the World (cont.): • Federation of Institutes of Korean Architects (FIKA) • Institute of Architects of Brazil (IAB) • Japan Institute of Architects (JIA) • Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) • Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) UIA Policies and Guidelines Established: – UNESCO/UIA Validation System for Architectural Education – Validation Procedure Manual – International Accord on Standards of Professionalism in Architectural Practice – Guidelines on Professional Practice – Database on Architectural Practice Around the World – .� UIA Professional Practice Commission: – UIA Accord of Recommended International Standards of Professionalism in Architectural Practice. – Education – Accreditation – Practical Experience/Training/Internship – Demonstration of Professional Knowledge and Ability – Registration/Licensing/Certification – Update expected 2013 • • .�� Regulatory Agreements Professional Societies (ex: AIA) • Accords and Cooperation Agreements • Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Regulatory Organizations (ex: NCARB) • Practice in Host Nation Agreements (PHN) • Mutual Recognition Agreements (MRA) – Allows full equality of licensing between two countries Regulatory Agreements US /Canada Inter-Recognition Agreement (1994) Then – Education: NAAB = CACB – Experience: IDP = IAP – Exam: ARE E + E + E = Licensure * Current agreement accepted by 51 of 54 US jurisdictions Regulatory Agreements US /Canada /Mexico Tri-National Agreement • Signed in 2005 • Requirements: – 10 years of experience as a licensed architect in home county – Submit dossier demonstrating competencies in Agreement – Personal Interview in host country • Pilot exchange of credentials began in 2010: – NCARB has reviewed 3 Mexican dossiers (twice) and is preparing for interviews of 2 applicants – Canada has reviewed 3 Mexican dossiers – Mexico has not returned comments on U.S. applicant’s dossier Regulatory Agreements Broadly Experienced Foreign Architect (BEFA) Program Provides a pathway for foreign architects seeking licensure in a U.S. jurisdiction • Requirements: – 7 years licensed experience in home country – Submit dossier demonstrating competencies of the ARE® – Personal Interview • Progress: – 12 NCARB Certificates granted since implementation Columbia, UK, Mexico, Norway, Germany, Serbia, South Africa, Argentina – Accepted by 45 U.S. jurisdictions • With MRAs difficult to implement, BEFA may serve as the future model for facilitating licensure and mobility ARE International launch; NCARB Architect Registration Examination Initial launch Internationally to provide a pathway for foreign based U.S. trained architects seeking licensure