AIA Charlotte Representative to the Mecklenburg County Building Development Commission
AIA Charlotte is looking for a member who resides in Mecklenburg County to serve as our representative to the Mecklenburg County Building Development Commission (BDC). This is a three year term and requires attending monthly BDC meetings held on the third Tuesday of every month from 3-5 p.m. at 2145 Suttle Avenue, Charlotte. The representative will also report topics of relevance back to the AIA Charlotte Board of Directors.
More details about the BDC can be found here.
AIA Charlotte thanks our outgoing two term representative, Glenn Berry, AIA for his service and dedication.
Interested parties should email Kate Shelton with a letter of interest stating qualifications and a resume by June 30.
Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement Educational SeminarThursday, June 23
11:00 - 2:00
2145 Suttle AvenueOnce again, AIA Charlotte is partnering with Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement to provide you knowledge on current trends and
topics in Code Enforcement.
Lunch will be provided. Earn 3 AIA CEU HSW Credits.
Humanizing Space by Design
A Lecture with William Dodge
Thursday, June 30
6:00 - 8:00
NoDa Brewing Co.
Artist and Designer William H. Dodge (Founder and Design Principal of p-u-b-l-i-c and co-Founder of a gang of three) fiercely believes that the convergence of art and architecture is critical for both the survival of the architecture profession as well as our environment overall. Throughout his career he has explored these opportunities in a variety of scales across multiple disciplines and project types (architecture, art, manufacturing and multidisciplinary design). This lecture will discuss strategies and examples from within his practice(s) while also looking more broadly at our profession's ability to enhance our respective communities through a variety of means and methods, all resulting in enhanced opportunities to benefit the overall health of the population, promote access and equity, and improve the physical, mental, financial and ecological resiliency of our built environment in general.
NCARB has migrated the delivery of the Architect Registration Examination® (ARE®) 5.0 to better support licensure candidates.Click here to read about the
- New FREE practice exams
- Updated score reports
- Rescheduling and cancellation fees
- and more
After 2 years off, Canstruction is back but with a twist. Due to supply chain issues we have to limit the can labels to 2 or 3 different ones. We will select the 2 to 3 different can types and labels, then all teams will have to figure out how to use them. As design professionals, we are all use to design constraints. So it's just another day at the office. Look for the kick-off meeting (TBD) for more details. The location is still to be determined but the event will be held on October 1st.
AIA Home Design Trends Survey
The AIA's Home Design Trends Survey is a recognized source of emerging trends in residential design and business conditions at residential firms. The latest release shows outdoor living spaces continued to remain popular along with accessibility. Business conditions also remained strong at residential firms.
Architects and firms rely on the Home Design Trends Survey to educate homeowners about current trends they may want to explore and, ultimately, position themselves as the knowledgeable professionals in the home construction and remodeling industry.
Click here to access the most recent report.
AIA Charlotte Establishes Endowment to fund in perpetuity
Two Annual Scholarships at UNC Charlotte School of Architecture
AIA Charlotte has a long-standing commitment of providing two scholarships to our UNC Charlotte SoA students that dates back more than 25 years. It was subject to renewal every year and financed through the component's annual operating budget. Thanks to strong support from our leadership, volunteers, members, and sponsors, AIA Charlotte has now funded two permanent endowments with the UNC Charlotte Foundation. These scholarships will support underrepresented populations in the field of architecture and solidifies our commitment to provide opportunity for the future of our profession and to mirror the world in which we live.Click here to read more.
Honor and Awards top awards open
Visit the Honors & Awards pages now to begin your submission for these prestigious awards
2022 AIA Upjohn Research Initiative Grant
The Upjohn grants annually funds up to six research grants of $15,000-$30,000 per recipient for projects completed in a 6- to 18-month period. Upjohn Research grant funding will be allocated to projects related to the priorities outlined in AIA's Climate Action Plan and AIA's Strategic Plan. Submissions are due September 1, 2022.
Women's Leadership Summit
For the first time, WLS the largest event for women architects and designers in the country will be held in Silicon Valley, Calif.the global center for technology and innovation. WLS 2022 will bring diverse leaders together, with a focus on firm leadership, advancing business knowledge, proactive career management, and personal empowerment. Registration launches on May 23rd.
Learn more here
EDUCATION RESOURCESBelow is a list of resources where you can get online continuing education credits.