Six Members Join 2018 AIAVT Board of Directors
At the AIAVT Annual Meeting in December, six new directors joined the board of directors: Taryn Barrett, AIA; Evan Champagne, AIA; Eileen Hee, AIA; Michelle Lee, Assoc. AIA; Gregor Masefield, AIA; and Jim Williams, AIA. Here’s your chance to “meet” three of them in the first newsletter issue of the year.
Vermont Members Receive AIANE Design Awards
Seven Honor Awards, six Merit Awards, and twelve Citation Awards were announced late last fall for the AIA New England 2017 Regional Design Awards for Excellence in Architecture hosted by AIA New Hampshire in Portsmouth.
AIANE Names New Officers & Representatives
The AIANE Regional Council, which consists of New England AIA Component presidents, executive directors, Council officers, and representatives from other AIA membership groups, recently named new officers and representatives at the AIANE Annual Meeting in Portsmouth, New Hampshire last fall.
Waterbury State Office Earns LEED Platinum Certification
Some of Vermont’s largest and oldest office buildings are now also among the state’s greenest. In December 2017 the United States Green Building Council awarded the State Office Complex in Waterbury, Vermont its highest honor: LEED Platinum.
Scholarship Winners Announced at AIAVT Annual Meeting
AIA Vermont granted the final three of six awards to students of architecture this year. The awards were made possible through the Hanne N. Williams Scholars Fund, which derives support from the AIAVT Guy Teschmacher Memorial Golf Tournament, the AIA National Component Matching Grant Program, and other sources.
For the month of January 2018, Allied AIAVT member Gary Barron's rendering collection of old Vermont libraries was exhibited at the Manchester Community Library, Manchester, Vermont.
After 28 years of practicing Architecture, 23 of them at gbA, Jeff Stetter, AIA has made a career change. Stetter is now the Vermont Commercial Sales Representative for Allied AIAVT member Pella Windows.
allied MEMBER NEWS
More in keeping with our bylaws, AIAVT is now referring to “Affiliate Members” as “Allied Members.” The Allied class of membership refers to sole proprietors or representatives from multiple-employee businesses not otherwise eligible for membership in the Institute or the chapter. Affiliates will refer to students that are undergraduates or post-graduates of architecture schools or secondary schools within the territory of our chapter.
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Gary Barron Rendering Exhibit
Now through the remainder of January, Allied AIAVT member Gary Barron's rendering collection of old Vermont libraries
Awards for Study In Italy Go to AIA Vermont Members
AIA Vermont is pleased to announce that three of its members, John Rahill, Gary Hall, and Michael Wisniewski, have received awards from the Northeast Chapter of the Civita Institute to work and study in the town of Civita
AIAVT Annual Meeting and Design Awards
5pm-10pm | Sugarbush Resort | Gate House Lodge | Warren, Vermont
2017 EPN Design Competition
47 Maple Street | 1pm-5pm, Reception and Judging 5-7pm food and Cash Bar
The 2017 COTE Summit: A Recap of My Experience
On June 8 and 9, AIA members from New Hampshire, Maine and Boston joined a group of AIAVT members in Burlington for the third Northern New England Committee on the Environment (COTE) Leadership Summit.
Two Vermont Architect Pioneers Receive AIA Fellow Honors
This year, at the AIA Conference on Architecture 2017 in Orlando, the organization’s leadership announced that two Vermont architects—David Sellers and William Maclay—had been among those elevated to its prestigious College of Fellows. To date, only four other Vermont architects have achieved the status of FAIA
AIAVT Golf Event Drives in Funds for Architecture Students
By Carol Miklos
Showing their support for architecture student education, players comprising 15 teams turned out for the Annual AIA Vermont Guy W. Teschmacher Memorial Golf Tournament on September 18 at Vermont’s Williston Country Club. Architects, engineers, building materials manufacturers, and others from across New England honed their drives while raising funds for the Hanne N. Williams Scholar Recognition Fund.
Architects John Hemmelgarn and Jim Drummond of Black River Design Architects paid tribute to their former colleague, Guy Teschmacher, before the players took to the course.