December 2020 - January 2021
Selected Upcoming Events
December 17 | 12 pm - 1 pm
  • Disaster Planning for Architects (1 LU)
  • If nothing else, the COVID-19 crisis has demonstrated that with very little notice, our entire workforce can be turned on its head. Setting yourself up for success in the face of another challenge like this will have a massive impact on your firm’s ability to “roll with the punches.”
2021 Committee Recruitment January 20 | 5:30 pm - 7 pm

We encourage all members to add another goal to their New Year's resolution list - join an AIA East Bay committee!

Whatever your interests and hobbies are, we have a committee for that! 

Harry M. Jacobs in Memoriam

Harry M. Jacobs, former ArchNews Editor in Chief, has passed on December 3, 2020.

Harry became a licensed architect and licensed general contractor and maintained a residential practice in Oakland. Active in the American Institute of Architects he was president of the East Bay AIA, president of the California AIA, and a member of the AIA board in Washington, DC.

ABI October 2020: As the decline in billings continues to slow, architecture firms report an increase in contracts signed for new work

60% of firms have seen higher prices/more limited availability of construction materials in the last six to 12 months

Practical Considerations: The Risk of Paying More than Your Proportionate Share of Fault

It is universally agreed that the main culprit in building defect issues is the construction errors and there is strong disagreement as to whether there was, in fact, a design defect and whether that purported defect contributed at all to the water intrusion and resulting damage.

Grafton Architects at AIAEB Member Appreciation Party

At our annual Member Appreciation Party, we had the honor to have 2020 Pritzker Prize Winner Grafton Architects as one our guest speakers

Former AIAEB Executive Director Sandra Stickney Has Passed

Sandra Stickney, AIA East Bay Executive Director from the late seventies through the early 2000’s, has passed away from Alzheimer’s.

Calling Volunteers: Become a mentor for college students!

The AIA East Bay will launch a new program for UC Berkeley and Diablo Valley College students.

If you’re interested in being a mentor for future architects, please fill out our short form!

Need to renew your architects license?

This 4 course ADA bundle satisfies your CA licensure requirement!

Learn ADA courses such as accessible hotels and restaurants, the trouble with accessibility, urban inclusiveness, and building inclusive communities.

Check Out These Resumes

AIA East Bay’s resume bank is for registered site users only. Hundreds of top quality candidates looking for a new gig or just entering the Architecture and Design space for the first time

Job Listings

Seeking a Senior Job Captain / Project Architect who can manage the production, organization, coordination, thoroughness, and accuracy of the virtual building model and all documents in the drawing set

Seeking Project Manager who will work with the principals and staff and manage projects from preliminary design through construction administration

Seeking individuals who are self-motivated, personable, inspirational, and excellent at time management and have the personality and professional skills to work within a project team

Seeking individuals who will actively engage and lead the delivery of creative solutions for SERA clients that meet or exceed their expected outcome
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