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10.16 AIAVT News

AIAVT Membership: What Does it Look Like?

AIAVT membership is at an all-time high; the chapter has 286 Vermont resident members as of September 2016.   More...

Finalists in Montpelier 2030 Design Competition Include Several AIAVT Members

Net Zero Vermont, Inc. has announced the finalists for its Sustainable Montpelier 2030 Design Competition.    More...

Statute Compliance Re: Construction in Vermont—New Focus for Public Policy Committee

Addressing code-related issues was the main priority among AIAVT members who responded to the Public Policy Committee’s (PPC) survey at the beginning of the year    More...

Licensing Summit Provides Insight on AXP and Transition from 4.0 to 5.0 ARE

This past August, Devin Bushey, Vermont’s AIA state component architect licensing co-advisor, attended the annual NCARB summit for licensing advisors throughout the U.S. The summit focused on two topics this year: the first topic was the transition from the Internship Development Program (IDP) to the Architectural Experience Program (AXP)  More...

Vermont Architects Take Home AIANE Awards

This year’s AIA New England Annual Meeting and Design Awards event was held in Portland, Maine. Two Vermont firms took home awards.  More...

Calling for Entries: Efficiency Vermont Best of the Best Awards

Awards season has arrived at Efficiency Vermont!    More...

art by Architects

Reciprocal AIAVT member Ted Sheridan, AIA, CPHD, LEED AP of Ryall Porter Sheridan Architects creates prints using the oxidation of metals directly on to heavy weight printing and watercolor paper.   More...


7.16 AIAVT News

ACX 2016 Conference Focused on Health & Evidence-Based Design

AIAVT and the Construction Specifications Institute (CSIVT) presented ACX 2016—Vermont’s Architecture & Construction Expo—at Champlain College, Burlington, Vermont on Friday, May 13, 2016.   More...

Climate Responsive Design Topic of Online Presentation Hosted by AIAVT

Picture this—it’s a beautiful, warm early summer evening and you’re inside staring at a projector screen. Since summers are short here in our state, AIAVT thus commends the attendees and sponsors that put global greenhouse gas emission reduction before after-work recreation and attended Course 3 in the AIA+2030 Challenge Online Series.  More...

Net Zero Vermont Launches Sustainable Montpelier 2030 Design Competition

Net Zero Vermont, Inc., an independent nonprofit dedicated to fostering a sustainable future for Vermont, is launching a nationwide architectural design competition  More...

Efficiency–Related Product Videos Now on YouTube—Courtesy of Vermont Architect

Have you ever wished you could give your client a better idea of what an HRV, ZIP panel or vapor retarder is?  Look no further.  Now you can send them a link to a video on YouTube   More...

AIAVT Announces Vermont Scholar Promise Award Recipients

AIAVT is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2016 Vermont Scholar Promise Awards.   More...


5.16 AIAVT News

Architectural Teams Build Ice Shanties for Shelburne Museum Installation

This past February, TruexCullins Architecture in Burlington and the Shelburne firms Pill-Maharam Architects, S2 Architecture and Selin + Selin Architecture used their boundless creativity to build ice “shanties” as part of an “Arctictecture” installation on the grounds of the Shelburne Musuem.   More...

AIAVT Hosts Presentation of AIA+2030 Online Series Course About Target + Load Reduction

On Thursday, April 21 AIA Vermont presented the second course in the AIA + 2030 online series, “The Power of Target + Load Reduction.”  More...

What You Said: AIAVT Members’ Responses to Communications Survey Questions

Thanks to those of you who responded to our recent survey!  More...

Got Licensing Questions? Ask Vermont’s New Architect Licensing Advisors

This spring, Doug Viehmann, AIA, of GVV Architects, Inc., Vermont’s AIA state component Architect Licensing Advisor since 1998, turned the reins over to two more recent architecture licensees.   More...

Outcome of AIAVT Public Policy Survey: Building Codes Most Important

According to our chapter’s registered architects, building codes are the most important issue on which our government affairs group should focus.   More...


1.16 AIAVT News

AIAVT Annual Design Awards: A Fun Time at the Middlebury Inn

If you missed AIAVT’s Annual Meeting and Design Awards on December 10, you missed out on some really good fun.   More...

Preparing for the Upcoming Launch of ARE 5.0

To help you and your employees prepare for the upcoming launch of ARE 5.0, here a few updates from NCARB about exam content, scheduling policies, test prep materials, and more.  More...

AIAVT Launches AIA+2030 Online Series: Reaching the Goal of Carbon-Neutral Buildings by 2030

On November 11 of last year, AIA Vermont held a studio social and learning opportunity at Dore & Whittier Architects in Burlington.  More...

Earn 5 LU HSWs at ACX 2016: Theme Is Health & Evidence-Based Design

AIAVT and the Construction Specifications Institute (CSIVT) will present ACX 2016—Vermont’s Architecture & Construction Expo—at Champlain College, Burlington, Vermont on Friday, May 13, 2016.   More...

Net Zero Projects Highlighted at 2016 Better Buildings by Design

Commercial Net Zero Design and Construction was the focus of an extended session at this year’s Better Buildings by Design conference, hosted by Efficiency Vermont February 3 and 4 in South Burlington.   More...