2014 Year in Review

Annual-report-slideshowAt the Feb. 20th AIACC Board Meeting, the first of the year, all Board Members received copies of the 2014 Year in Review. This infographic shows where we are headed not only within the four strategic initiatives, but also within …

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Paul W. Welch Scholarship Recipients Announced

PaulJWelchScholarship-LogoThe American Institute of Architects, California Council, Names Four to Receive Scholarship

SACRAMENTO, Calif.—Nov. 4, 2014— The American Institute of Architects, California Council (AIACC), was excited to award four recipients the Paul W. Welch Scholarship: Emily Falk of San Francisco; …

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2015-2016 AIACC Elected Officers

2015elected-officersElections for 2015-2016 AIACC were held in San Jose at the AIACC Board of Directors Meeting on Oct. 17. Meet your new officers:

AIACC First Vice President-President-Elect (2015)
Michael F. Malinowski, AIA

Vice President of Communications & Public Affairs (2015

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The Missing 32% Survey Results

Survey: Early Findings

Equity in Architecture Survey 2014


Screen Shot 2014-11-04 at 9.21.38 AMThe following is a summary of early findings from the Equity in Architecture Survey. We are working on a more comprehensive report that will be based on what was presented …

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Academy of Emerging Professionals Award Recipients Announced


American Institute of Architects, California Council, Recognizes Dedicated Professionals

Sacramento, Calif.—Not only have the best and the brightest minds been recognized, but those who support architects in the early stages of their career. The 3rd Annual Academy of Emerging Professionals …

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Adobe Creek Pedestrian & Cyclist Bridge

The AIA California Council, in partnership with AIA Santa Clara Valley and the California Architectural Foundation, is conducting a design competition on behalf of The City of Palo Alto for the design of a new pedestrian bridge over Highway 101 …

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Residential Awards Announced

California Architects Show Housing Skill

Sacramento, Calif.—The American Institute of Architects, California Council announces the recipients of the 3rd annual Residential Design Awards program.

This year, 112 entered the program, which meant the jury had to roll up their sleeves …

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