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    Art x Architects 2016! AIA Central Valley is excited to be teaming again with the Sparrow Gallery of Sacramento on a special commissioned exhibition of our member’s work. AIA...
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  • This Just In! Interested in becoming CASp? June 24, 2016
    DSA Academy Accessibility and Certified Access Specialist Classes The Division of the State Architect (DSA) develops building standards related to access compliance, and administers the Certified Access Specialist (CASp) examination and program. DSA is mandated to provide training specific to … The post This Just In! Interested in becoming CASp? appeared first on AIACC.
  • Construction Documents 1: What They’re For and Who Owns Them June 23, 2016
    The most tangible deliverable your architect provides is a set of construction documents–the drawings and accompanying written specifications that describe the building for the contractor. Yet these documents are not a product. Architects don’t sell products, they sell a service: … The post Construction Documents 1: What They’re For and Who Owns Them appeared first […]
  • Size that Matters June 22, 2016
    It was an auspicious confluence of AIACC presidential duty and privilege when I had the honor of presenting Art Gensler, FAIA with the AIACC Lifetime Achievement Award Jun. 16. It struck me that there were some interesting scale issues at … The post Size that Matters appeared first on AIACC.