by Timothy Hawk, AIA – 2009 AIA Columbus President
As we enter Spring, all kinds of new activities are popping up around the AIA Columbus office. And, there is plenty of room for your volunteer support of the Chapter’s new endeavors.
Most of you are aware that the chapter board of directors has taken action towards the creation of a new Center for Architecture. As a part of this process, there are several task forces working towards the goal of a new, fully functioning Center for Architecture. Believe me, this endeavor is going to take some time, and it will take the support of many of you as volunteers as well. The journey has just begun and there is a lot of opportunity for you to help shape this new place…a place that will serve to represent all of us, collectively.
So, what has been done so far and what is left to do?
Whether for interesting concepts, new construction components, or overall fantastic design, for members who are still relatively new to the profession or members who are just curious, every building is a great learning tool. Building tours are organized by the Emerging Professionals Committee. Past Tours: Tour of the Highlands Park Family Aquatic Center: May 20, 2011 […]Read More
Have questions about the ARE 5.0 switch? Follow this link. ARE Study Sessions ARE Study Sessions for 2016 have now ended. AIA Columbus is hosting ARE 4.0 Study Sessions! Join us on Saturday, September 17th for the next session, Building Design & Construction Systems, presented by Brent Foley, AIA, Principal at TRIAD Architects. With […]Read More
Lincoln Theatre tour for Friday, March 6, 2009, at 3:00 PM. Info: The theatre is located on the southwest corner of Garfield and East Long, just east of I-71. East Long is one block north of East Broad. Meet at the historic marquee entrance on the north (East Long Street) side. This is a hardhat […]Read More
A Corporate Allied Membership with AIA Columbus is designed to help companies who wish to promote their products and services to architects and other building-industry professionals. By becoming involved with the Columbus Chapter you have the opportunity to connect and network with architects and other design professionals, and to build and strengthen communication among all […]Read More
Committee on the Environment (COTE) The objective of the Committee on the Environment (COTE) is to promote a sustainable environment by creating educational resources for AIA Columbus members and the public. COTE works to advance, disseminate, and advocate—to the profession, the building industry, the academy, and the public—design practices that integrate built and natural systems […]Read More