Tuesday, April 13, 2021
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!

April 24: Pella Windows & AIA Corn Hole Tournament
May 3: AIACOC Golf Tournament
May 4-7: AIA Office Closed. Melissa Vacation
May 25: AIACOC Emerging Architects Sketching Event
June 10: AIACOC Luncheon at Capitol View Event Center
June 17: Architecture after 5 hosted by ZFI Engineering
June 26: AIA Kickball Tournament
July 15: Architecture after after 5 hosted by Manhattan Construction (tentative)
July 26 - 30: Experience Architecture (High School Architecture Camp)
August 12: AIACOC Luncheon at Capitol View Event Center
August 26: Architecture after 5 at KFC Engineering
September 9: AIA Luncheon
September 23: Architecture after 5 at Boldt Construction
September 30- October 1: AIA Oklahoma Conference on Architecture in Edmond
November 5: OKC Foundation for Architecture Drinks X Design
November 12: AIA Oklahoma Design Awards Banquet
November 18: AIA Luncheon
Sign up for Cornhole Today!
Golf Tournament Goodie Bags
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If you have items for our AIA Golf Tournament goodie bags or a door prize to donate, please email Melissa at aiacoc@cox.net. We'll need those items in our hands by April 23rd.
Continuing Education & Your License Renewal
You have recently received a card in the mail from the Oklahoma Board of Architects, Landscape Architects and Registered Interior Designers about your license renewal. Their online system is open for renewals.

As part of that renewal process, you will have to manually enter your 24 hours of HSW credit. (We recommend cutting and pasting each course straight from your AIA transcript). As you enter each program you will see the need to upload proof of your attendance. You do not have to have a certificate for each course. Your AIA transcript continues to serve as that proof of attendance. You can enter your 24 HSW hours and then on the last screen, upload your transcript.

Questions or assistance with your Oklahoma license renewal? Contact the Oklahoma Board of Architects, Landscape Architects and Registered Interior Designers at 405-949-2383.

All AIA Central Oklahoma and AIA Oklahoma continuing education has been reported to AIA and should be appearing on your transcript. If you are missing a program we provided, please contact Melissa at aiacoc@cox.net.
Join us for Sketching at Scissortail Park!
Register for the AIA Kickball Tournament!
The AIA Kickball Tournament is set for Saturday, June 26th at 9:00 a.m. at the PCAA Fields located on Britton Road.


Please note: Spectators attend free but if you'd like BBQ lunch, snacks, gatorade etc throughout the day, registration and a fee applies.
Book Your Hotel Room for AIA Oklahoma Conference on Architecture!
AIA Oklahoma Conference | September 30 - October 1, 2021

Hotel: Hilton Garden Inn Edmond Oklahoma City North
Group Name: American Institutes of Architects Oklahoma Conference 2021
Deadline to book: September 3, 2021
Deadline for Speaker Submissions is Friday!
The U40 List is an award to celebrate individuals making a significant contribution to the advancement of health facilities design. Each year up to two individuals will be selected to have their names added to the distinguished U40 List. The U40 List recipients will receive a travel stipend to attend the Summer Leadership Summit in Chicago in July.

Applicants should be individuals making a significant impact on healthcare design who will be under 40 years of age on May 3, 2021 and have worked on healthcare related projects for at least the past five years. For more information, please download the PDF below.


Incorporating renewable energy into your projects is easier and more affordable than ever. AIA’s newest resource is a starter guide to help your members meet their client’s goals while contributing to a more sustainable, distributed electric grid. 

Lean Construction Institute Program TODAY!
Join LCI for Part 1 of a 5 part panel series to learn and understand the steps of Last Planner System, and highlight its benefits. The first part of this series will discuss milestone planning, and how it can be used and implemented to provide the most benefit for all project stakeholders.


Questions? Contact jpendleton@rees.com

Vinyl Siding Institute CE Programs - Register Today
Keeping Tradition Alive: Resilient Benefits of Polymeric Exteriors
Tuesday, April 20th at 12:00 p.m. (1 HSW)

The session involves a brief discussion of the basic how-and-why of traditional neighborhoods, including iconic platting elements like small front yards and public spaces, and the design of individual units with an eye on the block-face to achieve harmonious streetscapes. This program will touch on various elements of sustainability, Green, OSHA requirements, fire safety, wind load, and other general code matters associated with vinyl siding and trim.


Sustainability and resiliency - How it applies within the Built World
Wednesday, May 19th at 12:00 p.m. (1 HSW)

Provide a background on where we are going as far as trends in the term “green building”. Over the past 15 years the built industry has been moving in a direction to understand and create stronger, longer lasting structures while consider environmental impact. The term that has been most used over this time is “green building” – well the thought process is evolving, and we are now thinking more in terms of science and facts. The terms more widely used now, and which provide a more specific focus , are sustainability and now resiliency … these terms, in my opinion, have more meaning than just saying green building. So let me provide you with a overview of this trend and what it means for our industry, the polymeric cladding industry.


Questions? Please contact: Alex at afernandez@vinylsiding.org
Upcoming CE Programs from Benjamin Moore & Co.
April 13th- PAINT 201: PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS AND PROBLEM SOLVING TECHNIQUES
AIA 1.0 HSW
This course provides an overview of the classifications of paints and factors that affect curing. The advantages and disadvantages of latex versus alkyd coatings. Proper surface preparation and priming techniques, and causes and solutions for common paint problems.

April 20th - The Human Color Experience and Color Trends 2021
AIA 1.0 LU
Consider how color is a tool for communicating messages, directions, and serves as a vehicle for self-expression, particularly in contactless environments. In addition; learn ways in which humans are affected by color both physically and emotionally, thus using this knowledge to make impactful and effective color selections and lastly explore the Color of the Year and Color Trends 2021 palette and concept

April 27- LEED v4: PAINT AND COATINGS
AIA 1.0 HSW
A comprehensive overview of LEED v4 BD+C New Construction credits – and how paints and coatings can contribute directly and indirectly to LEED credits. We will review credit intents, explain credit requirements, and explore where to find materials to meet the needs of the credits.

All Classes will be accessed through BlueJeans Webinar https://bluejeans.com/566353541

Questions? Please contact Brandy at brandy.becerra@benjaminmoore.com
Versico Roofing Systems’ Upcoming Webinars
Versico Roofing Systems’ CCM University offers AIA-accredited on demand e-learning courses, webinars, and lunch-and-learn requests all in one place. 


Upcoming Webinars include:

Moisture Migration, April 22, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. CST

Vegetated Roofing Systems, May 20, 2021 at 1 p.m. CST

PVC Roofing Materials, June 24, 2021 at 1 p.m. CST

If you have any questions about Versico Roofing Systems, please reach out to your local sales team, Walco, at (405) 810-0111 or Liz@walcousa.com.