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Recap: New England COTE Leadership Summit, 2019
Jesse Anderson, AIA of KOAN Workshop reports back from this year's COTE Summit in Portsmouth, NH
Member & Firm News
gbA Architecture & Planning and McLeod Kredell Architects to Form Alliance
We are pleased to announce an alliance between two award-winning firms, gbA Architecture and Planning and McLeod Kredell Architects. Steve Kredell will join gbA’s partners Gregg Gossens, Tom Bachman, & Diantha Korzun in Montpelier. John McLeod will continue running the Middlebury firm.
Birdseye project named a top 5 finalist for International 7th Annual Architizer A+ Awards
Birdseye, the architecture and building firm located in Richmond, Vermont, has been named a top 5 finalist for the prestigious international 7th
AIA NY Boat Circumnavigation of Manhattan Island
AIAVT's President, Joel Page and his wife took an AIA NYC Boat Tour this spring; here Joel gives a recap on this new perspective on some of NYC's iconic architecture, as seen from the water.
Windows & Doors by Brownell Celebrates Marvin's Continued Evolution
Marvin unveils new name, logo and product collections (Advertorial Content)
AIA Vermont Gains Insights Through AIAVT Member Survey
AIAVT Surveyed Members in early 2019 to gain insight into a variety of issues. Learn what stood out, and how it will impact AIAVT's future plans.
Call to Members: Show Your Support for a VT Statute of Repose (Round 3!)
AIAVT's Public Policy Committee is willing to consider another attempt at introducing a statute of repose in legislature, but is seeking a groundswell of support from the membership to help push the issue to fruition.
AIAVT Members Help Vermont Communities Envision Local Projects
Towns and organizations from throughout Vermont describe the benefits of participating in the pro-bono design charrette at the 2019 ACX Conference
AIAVT Keeps Tabs on Contractor Registry Bill
In the fall of 2018, the Vermont Office of Professional Regulation (OPR), acting upon complaints filed with the Attorney General’s office, drafted legislation (bill S. 163) with new requirements for contractors.
AIAVT Announces Recipient for Carol Miklos Community Outreach Grant
The first recipient of AIAVT's newest grant will use funds to develop the VT Architects Oral History Project
AIA Grassroots Conference 2019, "People, Purpose, and Partnership"
AIA Vermont’s Vice President, John Dale of Breadloaf Inc., joined Executive Director, Sarah O Donnell for this year’s AIA Grassroots Conference in Washington, DC. This annual conference is an AIA leadership event, and this year’s theme was People, Purpose, and Partnership.
What is Circadian Lighting? Why do we need to know about it?
When we adopt good daylighting practices in a building design, we are incorporating circadian lighting.
AIAVT Awards Presented at VTC Student Honors Celebration
AIAVT's Board President, Joel Page presented two awards on behalf of AIAVT at the VTC Celebration.
The Young Architects Forum (YAF) CONNECTION
The Young Architects Forum (YAF) Q1 publication is now available to read online here.
This publication focuses on equity, diversity, and inclusion.
For those you you not familiar, Connection is the primary method of communication from the YAF to our audience, Emerging Professionals and architects within 10 years of licensure. The publication features the accomplishments, programs and musings of Emerging Professionals from across the country. We currently have a dedicated following, but know that we could reach an even larger audience with your help.