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Society Announces Retirement of Chief Financial Officer MacKay-Lyons ArchEx 2014 Keynote Speaker NCARB Endorses New Path to Licensure VCA Announces Future Name Change Virginia’s Favorite Architecture a Favorite with Visitors Call for Entries: 2014 Design Awards EVP/CEO Braymer to Step Down at Yearend
 

Society Announces Retirement of Chief Financial Officer

The Virginia Society AIA announces the retirement of its longtime Chief Financial Officer Kenna R. Payne on July 11, 2014.

MacKay-Lyons ArchEx 2014 Keynote Speaker

The Virginia Society AIA announces Brian MacKay-Lyons, Hon. FAIA, as the 2014 Keynote Speaker at Architecture Exchange East.

NCARB Endorses New Path to Licensure

Incorporating internship and examination requirements into university education, the regulatory organization aims to simplify and accelerate the licensing process.

VCA Announces Future Name Change

The Virginia Center for Architecture announced on May 21 its intention to change its name to the Virginia Museum of Architecture and Design ― VMAD for short.

Virginia’s Favorite Architecture a Favorite with Visitors

Virginia’s Favorite Architecture, an exhibition developed by the Virginia Center for Architecture to celebrate the Society’s 100 anniversary this year, opened to rave reviews.

Call for Entries: 2014 Design Awards

The Awards for Excellence in Architecture recognize outstanding design— both built and un-built — in five categories: Contextual Design, Residential Design, Architecture, Historic Preservation and Interior Design.

EVP/CEO Braymer to Step Down at Yearend

A quick survey of the Society's evolution over nearly three decades with Braymer at the helm bear out his pledge to build the organization, even as he now plans his departure at the end of his current contract in December.

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Sponsorship of VSAIA programming puts you in touch with Virginia’s most influential decision makers in architecture and design. Find out how you or your company can get involved in 2014. For more information or to become a sponsor call (804) 237-1768 or email info@aiava.org. Please join us in thanking our 2014 Sponsors.

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Virginia Accord

  • The Virginia Accord VA_ACCORD_150x150

    Bringing together the planning and design disciplines to examine two key themes critical to the future — job creation and environmental sustainability — on Sept. 19-20, 2014 at the Virginia Accord.

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Membership News

  • New AIA Board Structure Approved Survey 1

    Convention delegates gave final approval to a plan that restructures the Institute’s governance on Saturday, the last day of AIA Convention 2014 in Chicago.

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  • Federal Accessibility Guidelines Improve © 2006, The American Institute of Architects. All rights reserved.

    The recent change in federal accessibility guidelines improves the design condition in Virginia, according to Kenney Payne AIA, the VSAIA’s eyes, ears, and voice on code development since October 2000.

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