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The Birth of a Tradition: AIAVT & ASLA VT Ski Night
Jesse Robbins Recounts AIAVT's First Ski Night Event with ASLA VT
AIAVT's Response to Presidential Mandate on Federal Architecture
In matters of architectural style, should the federal government dictate the visual appearance of new buildings, as it has recently attempted to do by issuing proposed changes to the 1962 Guiding Principles for Federal Architecture. The resounding answer from architects in Vermont, as of those around the country, is unequivocally -NO!
AIA Vermont agrees with AIA National’s letter dated 6 February 2020, in which it states, in part “The AIA, and its 95,000 members, works to advance our nation’s quality of life and protect the public’s health, safety and welfare through design, as it has done
Running Your Firm During Coronavirus
A collection of resources to help Vermont's architects navigate the economic impacts of the Coronavirus.
Working From Home: Information for Vermont Architects
We've gathered together some suggestions for remote work options that can help firms navigate the shift during the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Rebates on Advanced Wood Heating Equipment Now Available for Commercial and Institutional New Construction
The Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation (FPR) announced the availability of a new incentive program for advanced wood heat systems in commercial and institutional new construction.
AIAVT Honors Award Winning Projects at Annual Meeting & Design Awards Event
AIAVT Members Gathered to Look Back on a Productive 2019, and Learn What's in Store for 2020
Is the Purpose of Building Codes Safe Design or Good Design?
Scott Sabol, PE Considers How of Building Codes Have Evolved Over Time
Welcome New Members
AIA Vermont Welcomes the following new members to our Chapter.
Kevin Gecha, AIA
Kevin Gecha, AIA, of Maple Valley Design Build received his Master of Architecture degree from Norwich University in 2012 and is a licensed architect in the state of Vermont. He has over 9 years of experience designing and detailing residential and light commercial projects in Vermont, New York, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and New Jersey. Kevin enjoys being a part of the collaborative design build approach and feels it is a very efficient way to develop a design and make it a reality. The progression of ideas
John Dale, In Memoriam
A Collection of Stories in Remembrance of AIAVT's Late President, John Dale, AIA
EPN: Reflecting Back & Looking Ahead
EPN Director Lealoni Coathup Recounts Her First Year Leading AIAVT's Emerging Professionals Network
Member News & Achievements
Freeman French Freeman Welcomes Nathalia Ellis as Architectural Associate
Nathalia joins FFF with eight years’ experience in the Vermont architecture community. She earned her Master of Architecture degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Nathalia joins the design team for City Place, a large-scale, mixed-use development in downtown Burlington.
Maclay Architects Welcomes Eric Sturm, AIA
Eric Sturm, AIA, LEED AP, has joined Maclay Architects in Waitsfield, VT. Sturm, a Senior Project Manager in the firm, brings more than two decades of experience to Maclay’s commercial,
AIAVT Announces 2019 Scholarship Recipients
Scholarship and Award Winners Honored at AIAVT Annual Meeting
Efficiency Vermont Welcomes Architects to Efficiency Excellence Network
Networking and Support Available for Building Design Professionals