Programs & Events

AIA Continuing ED: Strengthening Solutions- Structural Tech (SEI-MD)

11 W Mt Vernon Pl Baltimore, MD

NEXT PRESENTATION:  May 5 th, 2020 LOCATION: The Engineers Society ofBaltimore (ESB)                     Garrett-Jacobs Mansion                     11 West Mount Vernon Place                     Baltimore, Maryland 21201SCHEDULE: 6:00–7:00 PM: Registration/Social Hour7:00–8:00 PM: Dinner/Presentation8:00–8:15 PM: Questions Date: May 5th,2020Speaker: KevinPavukManager, Strengthening Solutions - Structural Technologies, LLC Presentation: “How to Repair, Modify,Maintain, and Evaluate Post-Tensioned Concrete Structures"

So You Obtained the PPP Loan – What Now?

Join Katz Abosch experts to learn best strategies for documenting procedures, reasons for using the funding, and more. 1.5 AIA/CES LUs available Presented by: Michael L. Gentry, CPA, CCIFP, CCA | Director, KatzAbosch Fred Landy, CPA, CFE |Senior Consultant, KatzAbosch Course Summary: If your architectural or engineering firm has received approval for a loan from […]

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New Technologies and Tactics for Construction Administration During COVID19

Earn AIA continuing education credits while learning why the construction industry has shifted towards comprehensive visual documentation. Join Jason Donahoe from Multivista along with Towson University Architect, David Mayhew, FAIA, and Trey Winstead from Whiting- Turner as they discuss virtual construction documentation. The informational panel will be moderated by Basil Rousos, AIA, Practice Management Committee […]

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Architectures of Socialization & Control: A Conversation about Schools, Prisons, and Housing (SAH, Latrobe Chapter)

Presented by the New York Review of Architecture + Interference Archive, the event will focus on the intersections of schools, prisons, and housing. It will feature Latrobe's 2020 symposium keynote speaker Dr. Amber Wiley in conversation with Dr. Joy Knoblauch, and will be moderated by Dante Furioso. Dr. Wiley's research concerns architecture of schools in Washington, DC and prior to earning her PhD from GWU, she served on the board of directors of the Latrobe Chapter.

Solving 21st Century Corporate Credentials Compliance Issues

Hosted by the AIA Baltimore Practice Management Committee Is your business structure well defined? Does it comply with jurisdiction requirements? Do you understand the multiplicity of 54 US jurisdiction regulations and international requirements? Does your firm's business structure comply with new jurisdiction regulations where you choose to market your professional services? Gain knowledge about how […]

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2020 AIA Baltimore Mentorship Roundtable

This event is an opportunity to share and receive career advice and experiences. The goal is to build professional networks and foster ongoing mentoring relationships. Participants with varying experience levels are encouraged to get to know one another in a conversational setting.

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Maximize LinkedIn: Business Development in a Virtual World

AIA Baltimore Practice Management Committee Continues The Covid-19 Webinar series... Join AIA for the next post- Covid speaker event featuring Keith Daw, Vice President and a trainer at McDonell Consulting Group/Sandler Training. If you’re like most professionals tasked with business development, you may be: • Not understanding how to leverage your current clients and network […]

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Demystifying the Financial Stressors Faced by Your Clients (PMC)

Is there something you can do as an architect or a builder to help your client smooth out the process? 1.0 AIA LU It’s the day before that big deadline and your phone rings. The project on your screen is about to change yet again – the fifth change you’ve been asked to make this […]

Using MEP Systems to Reduce Transmission Rates

Join BEC-Baltimore & AIA Baltimore in discussing how MEP systems can help mitigate the spread of airborne pathogens. Over the past twelve months, practitioners in design and construction fields have grappled with the realities of a global pandemic and its far-reaching impacts on our indoor environments. Acknowledging that COVID-19 is primarily spread as an airborne […]