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Continuing Education: “Demolish or Rehabilitate? Approaching Projects Involving Historic Properties”

By Kate Watts / May 5, 2010

The program brings together some of the most preeminent Ohio consultants in the adaptive reuse of historic properties. The presentation will focus on multiple considerations in  projects that involve historic properties. The goal is to teach the architect a different way to approach projects with historic structures. The talks will range from the assessment of an […]

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May 20th Chapter Meeting at the Knowlton School of Architecture

By Kate Watts / April 30, 2010

6pm Presentation followed by a Reception. This Chapter Meeting will be held at the Knowlton School of Architecture. Register here.

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AIA Columbus Committees

By Columbus Chapter AIA / April 22, 2010

Below is a current list of active committees of the Columbus Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Committee membership is a great way to get involved in the Chapter and to meet fellow design-industry professionals who share your interests. Anyone interested in participating in a committee, or who would like additional information, should contact […]

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April 28th Continuing Education: LEED 5 Years Later – Performance Review, Case Studies & Lessons Learned

By Kate Watts / April 16, 2010

This continuing education presentation will focus on project case studies taken from Heapy Engineering’s involvement in over 140 LEED projects, of which 33 have already achieved certification (17 GOLD, 8 SILVER, 8 CERTIFIED). An evaluation of “What are the main contributing factors to LEED Project Success (and Failure)” has been conducted by Heapy from this […]

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April Chapter Meeting: Ohio-centric Design

By Breanna Justus / April 2, 2010

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Jumping in with Both Feet: How to Succeed In a Start-up Business Venture (1.5 AIA LUs)

By Kate Watts / March 15, 2010

Continuing Education Opportunity – Part of the AIA Columbus Mini-Stimulus Series.  In hard economic times, employers downsize. No one is safe. Except the professional who works for himself or herself. When one door closes and you are downsized, another door may be opening, the door to your own firm. This seminar will address financial planning […]

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Rules and Guidelines

By Kate Watts / March 11, 2010

Information about sponsorship

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Steven Schaffer

By Kate Watts / March 11, 2010

Information about Steven and his sponsorship

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Blair IT

By Columbus Chapter AIA / March 11, 2010

Photo, details, and information about this sponsor. 

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Curtis J. Moody, FAIA

By Kate Watts / March 8, 2010

Award-winning architectural designer Curtis J. Moody, FAIA has been involved in the design of projects that exceed several billion dollars in construction over the last 37 years. A winner of the prestigious Whitney M. Young, Jr. award as an outstanding African American Architect in the United States in 1992, Curt’s designs have won more than […]

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