Now Available! The Water Reuse Practice Guide

The Urban Fabrick Collaborative, a 501c3 public benefit corporation, now The William J.

Worthen Foundation, is pleased to announce the release of “A Design Professional’s

Guide to Onsite Water Use and Reuse” on Friday, January 19, 2018.


The goal …

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New Laws Every Employer Needs to Know

Beginning January 1, 2018 three new laws went into effect that every employer in California needs to know. The new laws either affect questions an employer can ask a prospective employee or, for employers of more than 50 people, make …

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Healthcare Facilities Forum

On October 4, the Healthcare Facilities Forum occurred once again, and once again, to a sold-out crowd. This conference serves many purposes, primarily to give architects and those in the design industry a comprehensive view of the latest trends and …

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California Wildfire Update

On October 8, 2017, fires broke out in Sonoma County and several regions throughout the state. On October 9, 2017, Governor Brown declared a state of emergency for California. AIA California Council is working closely with chapters in the affected …

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The AIA California Council is seeking individuals who are civically involved by professional capacity, and influence and shape community design policies and public policies that benefit their communities.

The goals of the Citizen Architect program are to make significant efforts …

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Donate here for California fire aid

Below are the instructions to donate:

  1. Open a new text message to the number 41444
  2. In the message body, type CAFIRES, a space, and the amount you want to give. Example: CAFIRES 100
  3. After you hit send, you’ll receive a

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Update on EVP Interviews

The EVP Task Force has been conducting a series of interviews in their search for a new EVP for the AIACC. Beginning with video interviews conducted in September and followed by in-person interviews during the month of October, the task …

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AIACC Housing Congress Report

By Melissa Barton

The AIACC convened a Housing Congress on September 20 in San Diego that included representatives from 17 California components. The meeting was the beginning of an extended conversation regarding the growing challenges of housing the homeless and …

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Advocacy Survey Happening Now

Now is the time to tell us what issues the AIACC Government Affairs team should work on in 2018.

Every year we survey the Membership for legislative ideas we can forward to the California State Legislature that would improve the …

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