Allied Members are not Architects, but are professionals in related fields, who collaborate with and support Architects in the creation of the built environment.
  • “Connect & Create” EP Kick-Off Event

    Kick off the new year right with some of your favorite AIA Central Valley Emerging Professionals! Enjoy a unique opportunity to tour one of Sacramento’s most interesting entrepreneurial endeavors. Guests will have a chance to watch state of the art machinery manufacture our very own 3-dimentional 75th anniversary logo!...
  • President’s Message

    by Brian Whitmore, AIA 2017 Chapter President It is my honor to serve AIA Central Valley Chapter as your 2017 Chapter President. I joined the AIA when I was 26 years old, when I became licensed, for the same reasons that many of you also join the AIA. It...
  • Greenbuild Recap: Part 1 by Susan Rainier, AIA

    GreenBuild International Conference 2016 Los Angeles, CA Part 1 Plenary and Keynote Speakers By Susan Rainier, AIA   A stunning 18,000 people attended GreenBuild from the United States and globally at 2016 Greenbuild International Conference. 531 innovative exhibitors came, illustrating a significant market shift. Being given the opportunity to attend GreenBuild...
  • Architecture Matters: Public Interest Design

    Tuesday, December 6th, 5:30 – 8pm AIACV Gallery, 1400 S Street, Suite 100 Join hosts Kris Barkley, AIA, Arturo Levenfeld, AIA and Saxon Sigerson, AIA for an evening of discussion around the topic of Public Interest Design. Many of the world’s architects are searching for ways to bring the...
  • Golden 1 Center Design Tour

    AIA Central Valley and IFMA (International Facility Management Association) are excited to host a design tour of the recently completed Golden 1 Center, designed by AECOM on Monday, December 5th. Walk the venue and participate in discussions on: design with architect Rob Rothblatt, AIA, of AECOM interiors with King’s...
  • Committee on the Environment (COTE) Reactivated!

    Last month, the AIACV Board of Directors voted to reactivate the Committee on the Environment (COTE). Interested in attending future COTE committee meetings and plan 2017 COTE events? Please email Tinn at tlee@aiacv.org. AIACV COTE will work to advance, disseminate, and advocate—to the profession, the building industry, and the...
  • 12th Annual Codes Conversation

    Plan to attend this year’s Codes Conversation, where we bring together code officials and design professionals to discuss Building Codes: what’s new and upcoming, code application challenges, alternate means and more. This year’s panel includes: – Greg Mahoney, CBO, City of Davis – Randy Goodwin, AIA, LEED AP, BD+C...
  • Experience Architecture 2016 Wraps Up!

    It was a great long weekend celebrating architecture, and providing opportunities for those both in and outside of the profession to “experience” architecture and the built environment. The fifth annual Experience Architecture public outreach event ran from Thursday, October 20th to Sunday, October 23rd. The most popular event this...
  • Experience Architecture 2016

    Experience Architecture 2016 Experience Architecture is an annual public-outreach event that is developed and led by AIA architects and associate members in collaboration with our Allied members, Sustaining Partners and community organizations. The event is designed to facilitate greater transparency with the public in how architects create our built...
  • 2017 Chapter Board of Directors Election

    Attention AIA Central Valley Architect and Associate AIA Members–it’s time to vote for your 2017 Board of Directors! Click here to read the candidates statements. Click here for a ballot. Digital ballots must be returned to info@aiacv.org by Thursday, November 10, 2016. Hard copy ballots may be turned in...
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