Architecture at Zero 2016

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Architecture at Zero 2016 is a zero net energy design competition open to students and professionals worldwide, engaging architecture, engineering, planning students and professionals in the pursuit of energy efficient […]

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  • Wet Signatures Not Required

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    Were you aware that wet signatures are not required on plans submitted to the Division of the State Architect (DSA)? 2016 AIACC President, Michael Malinowski, AIA, received this letter when […]

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  • Prescriptive Requirements: Free Webinar

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    EnergyCodeAce, a program offered by the California utilities regulated by the CPUC, is offering a free, two-hour webinar on the prescriptive requirements for high-performance walls & attics in 2016 Title […]

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  • New Research Project

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    The AIACC is part of a coalition of impressive industry leaders to create the “Water Resource Practice Guide,” an on-line tool for building design practitioners and professionals that will demystify […]

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  • 21 RECIPIENTS RECEIVE AWARDS IN CALIFORNIA

    Contact: Shannon Calder Communications Coordinator (916) 642-1718 scalder@aiacc.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 21 RECIPIENTS RECEIVE AWARDS IN CALIFORNIA California Architects Honored with Prestigious State Awards Program Sacramento, Calif.-American Institute of Architects, […]

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  • New QBS Microsite

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    The AIACC would like to draw your attention to a resource we offer and may have not yet had the chance to peruse. Please feel free to utilize the Qualifications […]

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  • AIA LA Member Book Signing

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    Ann Kovara, AIA, architect and author, will be featured at two upcoming book signings in the next few weeks. The first is Thurs., Jul. 28, 7 p.m. at Vroman’s Bookstore […]

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  • The Future of Architectural Practice

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    Download the Information Sheet (.pdf) The AIACC Board of Directors is exploring the intersection between the architectural profession, the Academy and the Institute to better understand how collaboration and cooperation […]

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  • In Passing, David Rinehart, FAIA

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    La Jolla Architect and professor David Rinehart, FAIA, passed away in June after a long struggle with aphasia, dementia and Parkinson’s. He was 88 years old. Read more.

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  • SB 885 Pulled

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    We regret to inform you that SB 885, the legislation to protect design professionals from unfair and uninsurable duty to defend obligations, has been pulled by the author and will […]

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  • This Just In! Interested in becoming CASp?

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    DSA Academy Accessibility and Certified Access Specialist Classes The Division of the State Architect (DSA) develops building standards related to access compliance, and administers the Certified Access Specialist (CASp) examination […]

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  • Size that Matters

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    It was an auspicious confluence of AIACC presidential duty and privilege when I had the honor of presenting Art Gensler, FAIA with the AIACC Lifetime Achievement Award Jun. 16. It […]

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