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Sponsorship Opportunities

Did you know sponsors are the foundation of many of our programs?  Their support of AIA Orange County allows us to expand our design awards; create events such as the Artwalk, member meetings, panel discussions, and COTE tours.  Sponsorship further helps us build a stronger associates program to help members advance to licensure, and provide ADA seminars for license renewal.

 

As we look to the value of AIA Orange County membership, our goal is to expand the opportunities provided for you to learn, experience, and mingle with other members and our communities.  We can achieve these goals through sponsorship support  Click Here

 

Programs
 
MEMBERS PLEASE NOTE 
REGISTERING PROCEDURE!
When registering through BROWN PAPER TICKETS, AIA Orange County 
Members Click on the words "Discount Code or Password." Enter your Member number. Then click "Show Available tickets." This should help you through the registration process. 
COTE: CAL GREEN Commissioning & Energy Modeling 
Wednesday, April 9thThe CALGreen building code will be ramped up to include exceeding energy model minimum by 25%. How can Architects prepare for the new code changes, how can they better work with project teams, and how can they drive value by enhancing services to clients?
**Note: This seminar was offered last year (June 5, 2013). If you attended, you cannot receive AIA learning credit again for the same program.
 
AIAOC Lunch Program-3D Printing in Architecture  
Wednesday, April 16thAttendees will learn what 3D printing is (and is not, which is just as valuable) and how to leverage 3D printing in their design development and client presentations. Examples of actual 3 D printing samples for architectural applications will be shown and the process to produce the model from CAD files will be described. In addition attendees will learn about the different 3D printing technologies and which ones are suitable for in-house use and which ones are primarily available through service providers
**Note: This seminar is for "AIA" AIAOC Members 
 
AIAOC COTE Lecture ~ Introducing the ARTIC Project 
Thursday, April 17thARTIC will serve as a hub for Orange County and the region, a landmark where freeways, major arterials, bus routes and Orange County's backbone rail system converge. The network of transit choices will continue to grow in the coming years as the number of Metrolink and Amtrak trains serving Anaheim and local and express bus routes increase. On opening day, ARTIC services will include: Metrolink, Amtrak, OCTA bus, Anaheim Resort Transportation, shuttles, taxis, and tour and charter buses. ARTIC will also accommodate future plans for the Anaheim Rapid Connection (ARC) and high-speed trains. 

Interested in an AIA Single Family and Custom Home Residential Network?  Join us for a discussion on how AIAOC can create programs and opportunities that service this sector of membership. 

 

When:  

April 22nd  5.30pm - 6.30pm

 

Where:  

AIAOC 4100 Birch, St. Suite 300

Newport Beach, CA 92660

 

RSVP: jgill@aiaoc.org 
School Your Space
Wednesday, April 23thThis AIA/CES presentation will detail how a college campus is like a small city. People live, eat, study, exercise, perform, and sometimes even seek medical attention within the grounds of their school. Planning spaces for higher education environments is not just about designing classrooms. Unique and thoughtful storage solutions can assist in the creation of highly functional interior spaces within the college campus environment. Let us look at some of the most common campus facilities and understand how storage can be incorporated into their design.  
Lunchtime Program-Window Energy Performance Ratings
Tuesday, April 29thLearning Objectives:
 
Examine window performance ratings and understand how they can impact and improve the build environment and performance of a building.Discuss high performance window technologies that increase energy efficiency and sustainability.


-Learn about the NFRC program and discuss how it helps windows meet building energy code requirements.

-Describe what criteria must be met in order for windows to contribute to various standards, codes and voluntary practices for performance and energy efficiency.

-Also review upcoming changes to Title 24 window thermal requirements. 

 
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AIA Convention 2014! Get Ready To Go!

Introducing AIA National Convention 2014, designed with you at the center of the experience. Connect with the world's brightest architects, designers, innovators, provocateurs, and thought leaders. Earn LUs and get your hands on what's new from nearly 800 exhibitors. It's all in one place, one time, in America's architectural epicenter-Chicago. Learn More Here

Call for Entries Form- CANstruction

2014 Canstruction Design-Build Competition 

 

Early-Bird Deadline for Entry is April 7, 2014!

We are off to a great start, and space is limited, so please get your Entry Form submitted soon.

 

 

Even if your company is not planning to participate this year, please share the information. 

 

Challenge your colleagues, your professional associations, clubs, and even your competition to enter. It's for the OC Food Bank!

 

Event timeline is on the Entry Form.


Learn More 
2014 Brick in Architecture Awards - Call For Entries
The Brick Industry Association is pleased to announce a call-for-entries for the 2014 Brick in Architecture Awards, and we cordially invite you to submit your best work to the competition! As the largest and most prestigious juried awards program of its kind, the Brick in Architecture Awards showcase the best work in clay face and paving brick from architects across the country!
The 2014 ANFA Conference Call for Presenters is here! The ANFA Conference provides a forum for presentations that advance knowledge of links between neuroscience research and a growing understanding of human responses to the built environment.  In addition, we seek presentations of work in either neuroscience or architecture that will lay the basis for possible interaction and integration between the disciplines.Submission deadline is April 30, 2014

Learn More

General Information
Your Success is Our Passion- $100 gift card for AIA Attendees Provided at the Show


National Architecture Week is April 6-12
Sybil Barnes | 202-626-7331

National Architecture Week will be April 6-12. Is your component planning any special events that week? If so, let us know. We will post your events on the Find an Event web page.

Looking for ways your members can celebrate National Architecture Week? We've got six ways to start here.

 
AIA Innovation and Practice in House Design - Research Grant
The AIA Small Project Practitioners (SPP) and Housing Knowledge Community (HKC) are proud to offer the 2014 AIA Innovation and Practice in Housing Design Research Grant. This grant will fund one emerging professional (defined below) to conduct research on residential design practice in small architectural firms or a topic of direct applicability to these firms. Applicants are encouraged to research emerging approaches to the professional practice of architecture. Learn More Here

Environments for Aging Conference
The AIA Design for Aging Knowledge Community is proud to once again bring our members the Environments for Aging Conference, taking place May 3 - 6, 2014 at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, CA.  EFA offers the latest strategies and ideas for creating attractive and functional living environments that meet the needs of our aging population. During this comprehensive three-day learning experience, attendees will network with peers while learning the latest innovations and best practices in the design of long-term and residential care settings.
Attendees will share common goals and innovations as well as building, architecture and design best practices. Don't miss this opportunity to gain inspiration through a gathering of like-minded, forward-thinking individuals instrumental in the creation of future living environments for the aging

For more information or to register, visit our website a

www.EnvironmentsforAging.com.

 
Are You Up to Date with AIA?
Please take a moment to update your member profile and pay your 2014 dues

A new self-service web application has been released for members to update personal information online. Members can now change their contact information, provide demographic information, update their education, professional licenses, career-track, and contact preferences.  Please publicize this new service to your members, and provide direct linking to the profile from the component webpage.

You can now update your contact preferences, education, licenses, career, and contact information online. Visit www.aia.org/MyProfile to make sure we have the latest information for you.
 
Be a part of the AIAOC MEMBER DIRECTORY! Visit AIA National to update firm information.
Need an Intern?
You may want to consider students at the OCC and Saddleback architectural programs.  Please contact RoseAnne Kings or following the link provided here for OCC, or contact Lem Chin at Saddleback.

 

Jeffrey Gill, FAIA

Executive Director

 

AIA Orange County

4100 Birch, Suite 300

Newport Beach, CA 92660

email: jgill@aiaoc.org
AIA Contract Documents-Introducing ACD5!




Home Trend Design Survey
The survey measures general business conditions at residential architecture firms while also spotlighting architects' expertise on particular home design trends on a rotating basis. As a result, the news media, consultants, and other industry observers consider the HDTS a credible and useful housing business resource.

 

Nowhere is such information more valuable, however, than in the strategic decision-making that drives the residential design and construction industry. Architects need ready access to reliable, profession-specific information to plan for a better future

Learn More 
AIA National Committee Opportunity -

Healthcare Design

The Design for Aging Knowledge Community partners with an outside group (Vendome in partnership with Center for Health Design) on a yearly conference, Environments for the Aging. This conference brings together developers, owners, design professionals, product manufacturers, academia, aging specialists, and government officials to  explore new ideas for creating places that  support people as they age.

 

 It will take place May 3-6, 2014, at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim.

 

The DFA KC would love to have some local representatives that could help out with content planning from the AIA side. They are looking for anyone with Universal Design, Aging in Place, Facility Design, or CCRC Design experience. In addition, this conference hosts tours of local (45min radius) facilities, and it would be great to get some recommendations of places.

 

Please forward an email to jgill@aiaoc.org if interested in participating in this event.


 

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