Operation: Reach, Retain, and Develop MissionConnect our members with architecture students graduating in May 2020 from Virginia schools of architecture. Desired Outcomes Through these forged relationships, keep recent graduates engaged in the profession of architecture during the recovery phase of a global pandemic and troubled economy Assuming personality chemistry is formed, these relationships become long-term […]
This webinar addresses the most critical and unique risks that architects and firm owners face in building and managing individual and firm-related retirement plans
Be Nicer Than You Really AreDuring the current COVID-19 pandemic, there are signs everywhere about hand washing, masks, and social distancing. I would like to propose that we add another sign.Read more>> John H. Spencer Recognized as the 2020 Noland MedalistA lifetime of groundbreaking leadership and commitment to education anchors John Spencer’s 2020 William C. […]
The Virginia chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (VANOMA) has been actively working to secure its charter from the national NOMA organization.
Winner gets $1,000 for 2021 Architecture Week
A lifetime of groundbreaking and sustained leadership anchors John Spencer’s 2020 William C. Noland Medal recognition.
AIA Virginia recognizes three architects who have advanced the profession and championed the public interest.
AIA Virginia honors Crozet Elementary for achieving a high standard of excellence and inspiring students, faculty, and staff with a unique and enduring design vision.
Virginia Beach City Public Schools will be recognized for its commitment to environmental, social, and financial health in its building campaigns.
Delegate David Bulova and the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Office of Planning and Design are being recognized with AIA Virginia Honors in 2020.