Year in Review Archive

Committee on the Environment

By Matthew Carbone / February 19, 2009

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 […]

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Committee on Design

By Matthew Carbone / February 19, 2009

Committee on Design (CoD) The Committee on Design (CoD) aims to identify, promote, and celebrate the art of building design through a strategic engagement of professionals within our discipline, colleagues parallel to our discipline, and the public for whom we serve. In this pursuit, the CoD strives to bring to light potentials of contemporary methodologies, […]

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Join AIA

By Columbus Chapter AIA / February 19, 2009

AIA Membership: Why Belong from AIA Columbus on Vimeo. Since 1857 the American Institute of Architects has represented the professional interests of America’s architects. As AIA members, more than 91,000 licensed architects, emerging professionals, and allied partners in designing express their commitment to excellence and livability in our nation’s buildings and communities. Membership in the […]

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Location

By Columbus Chapter AIA / February 19, 2009

AIA Columbus Center for Architecture 380 East Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 Parking is available at the meters on East Broad Street at all times. You may park in the parking lot on the corner of Cleveland Avenue and East Broad Street after 4pm. 

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Small Project Practitioners

By Matthew Carbone / February 19, 2009

AIA Small Project Practitioners Knowledge Community generates, collects and disseminates knowledge and wisdom on how to profitably run a small firm and how to carry out small projects that do not fit into the model of departmental production that characterizes many larger firms.

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Healthcare

By Matthew Carbone / February 19, 2009

The AIA Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH) improves the quality of healthcare through design by developing, documenting, and disseminating knowledge; educating healthcare architects and other related constituencies; advancing the practice of healthcare architecture; improving the design of healthcare environments; affiliating and advocating with others that share our vision and promoting research.

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AIA College of Fellows

By Columbus Chapter AIA / February 19, 2009

Fellowship in the AIA is the highest membership honor an architect member can receive.  It is bestowed by one’s peers in recognition of the architect’s significant contribution to architecture and to society on a national level, and on those who have achieved a standard of excellence in the profession.  Some 2,300 AIA members have the […]

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AIA Guide to Columbus

By Columbus Chapter AIA / February 12, 2009

Columbus, Ohio, the largest city in Ohio, has, since its founding in 1812, been home to many impressive architectural landmarks. The AIA Guide to Columbus, produced by the Columbus Architecture Foundation, highlights the significant buildings and neighborhoods in the Columbus metropolitan area. Skillfully blending architectural interest with historic significance, The AIA Guide to Columbus documents […]

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AIA Contract Documents

By Columbus Chapter AIA / February 12, 2009

Due to COVID-19, the AIA Columbus office will be working remotely part time and will be open Mondays-Wednesdays. We will still be selling documents. Please email rpeddicord@aiacolumbus.org if you would like to order documents. Start your project off right with an AIA Contract Document. As the Industry Standard, AIA Contract Documents’ fair and balanced library of contracts […]

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Emerging Professionals

Emerging Professionals

By Columbus Chapter AIA / February 12, 2009

Emerging Professionals

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