AIA Louisiana December News
Mark Your Calendar & Reserve Your Table Today For An Unprecedented Event
AIA Louisiana 75th Anniversary Gala
Thursday, September 27, 2018
6:30 – 9:30 PM
U.S. Freedom Pavilion: The Boeing Center
At the National World War II Museum
New Orleans
USFP Exterior
USFD Interior Gala
USF set for a gala
Cocktail Party
1940s Musical Entertainment
Honors & Recognition
Silent Auction
… and More!
Table Sponsors get
Private table with seating for 10 Guests. 
Name recognition on tabletop signage at the event. 
On-site signage: Name recognition on prominent signage at event site. 
Event program: Name recognition in event programs seen by over 250 attendees.
Listing on AIA Louisiana Website
Seating is limited, so reserve now!  
Early-Bird Table Reservations (through January 15, 2018) $1600; Regular Table Reservations (starting January 16, 2018) $1800.
Book online by clicking the button above, visiting , or contact Janet Simoneaux at / phone (225) 387-5579
Preventing Construction Defects,
Moisture Intrusion & Mold Workshop
This workshop uses simple science and engineering principles to help attendees prevent construction defects, moisture intrusion and mold.

Date: Thursday, February 8, 2018
Location: Renaissance Baton Rouge Hotel
7000 Bluebonnet Boulevard
Baton Rouge, LA 70810
Registration: 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM
Time: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
(lunch not included, but available on-site for purchase)
Fees: AIA Member - $200
Non-AIA Member - $395
Instructors: Wynn L. White, P.E. and Chris White, P.E., LEED A.P., CBCP

National Register Review Committee Needed
Our office just got an email from  Josh McNemar, Planning & Special Projects Director Office of Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser. They are looking for committee members for the National Register Review Committee.

The committee is required to include professionals in history, archaeology, architectural history, historical architecture, and architecture. We also have nonprofessional members with a strong interest in historic preservation. The current open positions are for an architectural historian and a historic architect. An architectural historian, per Federal regulations, is defined as a professional who has a graduate degree in architectural history, art history, historic preservation, or a closely related field, and at least two years of experience in said field. An historic architect is a licensed professional architect with at least one year of graduate study in historic preservation or one year of full time professional experience on historic preservation projects.

The committee meets three times a year in Baton Rouge. Review Committee members serve on a volunteer basis and without reimbursement. If you know of anyone who would be interested, please have them submit a copy of their resume to Jessica Richardson, National Register Coordinator, at For further information on the National Register Review Committee, please see their website.