AIA Virginia Newsletter: June 2019

Design Awards Deadline Monday
Submit your project before midnight on Monday, June 17 if you want it to be considered for a 2019 Design Award.
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From the EVP’s Desk
Thoughts on Virginia Beach, open houses, A’19, and the upcoming membership meeting.
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New Architects
Congratulations to the following members for passing their exams and gaining licensure.
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Virtual Membership Meeting
Join us virtually June 21, 2019, to hear important updates about the work of your association.
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ArchEx Pecha Kucha: Tell Your Story. But Do it Fast.
Got 6 minutes and 40 seconds to tell us about the best thing you’ve ever done as a designer?
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Welcome These New Members
Please help us welcome these new members to the AIA as architects and associate members, transfers, and AIA Virginia Allied Members.
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“Just Do It”
Find out what “It” means to Kenney Payne, AIA.
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ArchEx 2019: Call for Tours
Architects love tours — and we’re seeking some of the best for ArchEx. If you’ve got a new project in the region or you want to help show off some of Richmond’s architectural gems, let us know.
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PAC Award Update
The defending champs are within 10 points of taking back the lead.
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Dunay Elected to AIA Strategic Council
Donna Dunay, FAIA was elected to the AIA Strategic Council as representative for the Region of The Virginias.
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Call for Entries
Here’s your chance to design the next AIA Virginia PAC lapel pin.
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Call for Nominations: Honors Awards
AIA Virginia’s honors program recognizes the best efforts of Virginians who, by profession or avocation, have made creating, preserving, and enhancing Virginia’s communities an important life commitment. Nominate a colleague today.
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Building Safety Month
Governor Northam issues proclamation declaring May Building Safety Month.
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Meet the Fellows
Which Virginia Fellow’s favorite meal is pasta with pecan spinach pesto and pecorino Romano?
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Women’s Leadership Summit
Reframe. Refresh. Rethink. Register today before it sells out!
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Where’s Corey
Executive Vice President, Corey Clayborne, has pledged to get around the state and visit firms, components, partner organizations, and universities. Here’s his recent travel agenda.
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AIA Film Challenge 2019
Produce a three- to five-minute documentary film and you could win up to $10,000.
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AIA Virginia Newsletter: May 2019

Design Awards Jury Chair
AIA Virginia is pleased to announce that Ann Beha, FAIA will chair the 2019 Design Awards jury.
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New Architects
Congratulations to the following members for passing their exams and gaining licensure.
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From the President’s Desk
Architecture week, board meeting, prizes, YAF, new office, and culture all in one update!
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Suggest a Session
Want 25% off your conference registration? Suggest a session for ArchEx 2019.
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Allied Member Spotlight
Designing with Aerobarrier
While the concept of building a tight envelope isn’t new to the industry, the ability to have control over and verify air leakage is; and it comes with a few perks.
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Call for Nominations
Do you have a colleague who deserves recognition? Is there a firm that consistently produces incredible work? Is there a building that has captured your heart?
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PAC Award Update
AIA Hampton Roads blasts to an early lead in PAC Rumble in the Jungle – $1,000 on the Line.
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Virtual Membership Meeting
Join us from your computer or phone on June 21, 2019, to hear important updates about the work of your association.
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Advocacy Success
“Did You Know?”
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Women’s Leadership Summit
Registration is now open to AIA members only for the 2019 Summit. Register today before it sells out!
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Are you attending A’19 in Vegas?
Join us for the Region of The Virginias Breakfast reception hosted by AIA Virginia and AIA West Virginia.
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Equity By Design
The results are in! Check out the 2018 Equity in Architecture Survey findings.
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Board Meeting Highlights
See pictures and read about the business conducted at the AIA Virginia board meeting at Hampton University last month.
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May is Building Safety Month
Every year in May, DHCD celebrates Building Safety Month by raising building safety awareness.
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Meet the Fellows
Which Virginia Fellow is also the current chair for the Fellowship jury?
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ACE Event Recap
The second ACE forum of 2019 hosted stakeholders and decision makers from the Cities of Norfolk, Suffolk, Chesapeake, and Virginia Beach.
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Where’s Corey
Executive Vice President, Corey Clayborne, has pledged to get around the state and visit firms, components, partner organizations, and universities. Here’s his recent travel agenda.
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Welcome These New Members
Please help us welcome these new members to the AIA as architects and associate members, transfers, and AIA Virginia Allied Members.
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AIA Virginia Newsletter: April 2019

From the EVP’s Desk
There are statewide events of an exceptionally high caliber happening to highlight Architecture week/month this year.
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CALL for ENTRIES: Design Awards 2019
AIA Virginia’s Awards for Excellence in Architecture recognize outstanding design, built and unbuilt, from the past eight years.
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New Architects
Congratulations to the following members for passing their exams and gaining licensure.
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Student Competition Winner Announced
AIA Virginia is pleased to announce the students recognized as honorees in 2019 AIA Virginia Prize competition.
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Come See Our New Space
Join us on May 16th at an open house at the new AIA Virginia offices!
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ArchEx 2019: Call for Proposals
Architecture Exchange East is bringing together the brightest minds and most engaging speakers to explore the theme of culture. And, we think you should have a seat at the table (or lectern, as the case may be).
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AIA Virginia PAC
Does Your Component Want to Win $1,000 for 2020 Architecture Week? Win the RUMBLE in the JUNGLE for the AIA Virginia Political Action Committee Award.
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What I Learned at Grassroots
Hear from your AIA Virginia President and Vice President of Government Advocacy on what went on at this year’s Grassroots Conference.
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Art of Practice Wrap
Nearly 60 firm leaders came together in Northern Virginia on March 22 to exchange ideas, enjoy fellowship, and learn at the second biennial Art of Practice.
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Checking in on Our Emerging Leaders
Though the 2019 ELA Class is only a few months into the year, looks like they are already learning lots and having loads of fun.
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Got Questions about the ARE or Licensure?
Meet the new Licensing Advisor for Virginia.
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2019 Fellows Fête
On Saturday, March 23rd, 56 Region of The Virginias Fellows and guests enjoyed dinner and networking at LeMeridien Arlington.
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100+ Ready to Serve
This time last year, we had zero architects, engineers, or building officials that had completed the Safety Assessment Program training.
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AIA Compensation Survey
Need up-to-date salary information? Participate in the 2019 AIA Compensation Survey!
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Virginia By Design Winners
The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design proudly introduces the 2019 Virginia by Design Winners.
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Are you attending A’19 in Vegas?
Join us for the Region of The Virginias Breakfast reception hosted by AIA Virginia and AIA West Virginia.
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USGBC Awards and Workshop
Join your fellow sustainability advocates to celebrate Virginia building owners, designers and construction professionals who achieved LEED certification and a LEED workshop.
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ARCHITECT ADVANTAGES…Sign up
Have you taken advantage of discounted offerings in travel, dining, health care, events and more?
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Meet the Fellows
Get to know one of the newest members of the College of Fellows from Virginia.
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Welcome These New Members
Please help us welcome these new members to the AIA as architects and associate members, transfers, and AIA Virginia Allied Members.
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Where’s Corey
Executive Vice President, Corey Clayborne, has pledged to get around the state and visit firms, components, partner organizations, and universities.
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AIA Virginia Newsletter: March 2019

From the President’s Desk
In tandem with spring emerging in Virginia, fresh initiatives and familiar conventions are ushering in the season side-by-side.
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Join Us in Norfolk
There is still space for you to attend the April 23rd ACE joint Owner Forum with Local Government Clients from the Hampton Roads region.
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Virginia Celebrates New Fellows
AIA Virginia celebrates the elevation of Manoj Dalaya, Jody Lahendro, Burt Pinnock, and Nick Vlattas.
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SAP training
Only 6 seats remain for the April 6th training in Arlington.
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YAF Connection
Read the latest issue of the Young Architect Forum publication here:
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ACE Joint Owner Forum
Review what was discussed at the first ACE Joint Owner Forum of 2019 in Richmond last month.
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Guides to Equitable Practice
New AIA guides provide an educational resource to architects and firms on equity, diversity and inclusion issues.
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Architect Advantages … Sign-up Today
Since rolling out the new benefits portal in January, many of you have taken advantage of discounted offerings in travel, dining, health care, events and more.
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How to integrate resilience into your practice
The AIA Resilience and Adaptation online education series guides architects looking to enhance their firms’ offerings.
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Meet the Fellows
Get to know one of the members of the College of Fellows from Virginia.
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Highlights from the February Board Meeting
A recap of the discussions and decisions made at the last meeting of the AIA Virginia Board of Directors.
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Welcome These New Members
Please help us welcome these new members to the AIA as architects and associate members, transfers, and AIA Virginia Allied Members.
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Where’s Corey
Executive Vice President, Corey Clayborne, has pledged to get around the state and visit firms, components, partner organizations, and universities. Here’s his recent travel agenda.
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New Architects
Congratulations to the following members for passing their exams and gaining licensure.
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AIA Virginia Newsletter: February 2019

From the EVP’s Desk
Hear from Corey Clayborne about the busy start of the year.
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Art of Practice Agenda Announced
Register today to join current and future firm leaders from across the Commonwealth for the second biennial Art of Practice summit.
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Joint Forum with Richmond-Region Public Owners
10 seats remain for the Feb. 21st ACE Virginia Joint Owners Forum in Richmond.
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Want to Help Curate ArchEx?
Help curate the very best programming, tours, and courses for Architecture Exchange East 2019.
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General Assembly Update
We are past the “crossover” date and close to the finish of the 2019 Legislative Session.
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AIA Virginia Prize Jury Announced
Meet the 6-person jury who will consider the solutions posed in the annual student design competition.
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Regional Representative to AIA Strategic Council
Every three years, the Region of The Virginias elects a Representative to the AIA Strategic Council, the AIA’s “think tank.”
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Dreiling Fellowship
Attention emerging professionals! Applications are being accepted through March 1, 2019, for the Helene Combs Dreiling FAIA Fellowship.
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The 2019 Rumble in the Jungle
Will AIA Central Virginia defend their title for the AIA Virginia Political Action Committee Award?
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ACEC IT Forum in Roanoke
Join ACEC Feb. 20th for an open dialogue and collaborative discussion about IT issues or challenges that your firm faces.
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2018 Code Development Cycle Begins
Virginia is a national leader in the development of construction-related codes, due primarily to the involvement of all stakeholder groups. Get involved now.
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AIA Virginia Signs onto Commonwealth Connect
The Virginia Telecommunications Initiative (VATI) will provide universal broadband.
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Group Umbrella Insurance
A New Benefit for AIA Virginia Members.
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Region of the Virginias Dinner
Are you attending Grassroots next month in DC?
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Refer a prospective member and Win
Do you have a colleague who would benefit from membership in the AIA? Refer them and you’ll be entered into a drawing to win a prize. Just complete the referral (here) and we’ll do the rest! Terms and conditions apply.

Meet the Fellows
Get to know one of the members of the College of Fellows from Virginia.
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Welcome These New Members
Please help us welcome these new members to the AIA as architects and associate members, transfers, and AIA Virginia Allied Members.
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Where’s Corey
Executive Vice President, Corey Clayborne, has pledged to get around the state and visit firms, components, partner organizations, and universities. Here’s his recent travel agenda.
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New Architects
Congratulations to the following members for passing their exams and gaining licensure.
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AIA Virginia Newsletter: January 2019

A Positive Start
2019 AIA Virginia President Rob Reis, AIA, looks forward to this new year with great optimism.
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Joint Forum with Richmond-Region Public Owners
Join us in Richmond, Feb. 21st for the first 2019 ACE Virginia Joint Owners Forum.
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Do You Own a Historic Home?
Join us for an evening of refreshments, drinks, and a lively discussion on how insurance companies work to preserve historic homes for their owners and the community.
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Practice Conference Takes Place March 22
Whether you’re just launching your firm or transitioning it to the next phase, you’ll benefit from having peers to discuss issues and find solutions.
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AIA Virginia Firm Directory
Have you let us know who at your firm is in charge of supplying us with your firm information for the new online directory?
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Student Design Competition Offers $3000 Prize
The AIA Virginia Prize design competition kicks off the new semester with a design charrette competition that engages students at all of the accredited schools of architecture in Virginia.
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Dreiling Fellowship
Attention emerging professionals! Applications are being accepted through March 1, 2019, for the Helene Combs Dreiling FAIA Fellowship.
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Meet the Class of 2019
Here are the 16 distinguished emerging leaders that make up the 11th annual Emerging Leaders in Architecture class for 2019.
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2019 Political Outlook in Virginia
Earlier this month, Corey attended a presentation by Dr. Robert Holsworth that he found captivating and intriguing, about the 2019 political landscape of Virginia within the General Assembly.
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New Regional Associate Director
Meet your new Region of The Virginias Regional Associate Director.
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Highlights from the December Board Meeting
A recap of the discussions and decisions made at the last meeting of the AIA Virginia Board of Directors.
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2019 PAC Rumble in the Jungle
The new year has begun with a new “Rumble in the Jungle!” Which component will win the 2019 AIA Virginia PAC award?
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National AIA Small Firm Exchange
Meet the new Regional Representative to the National AIA Small Firm Exchange (SFx).
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Meet the Fellows
Get to know one of the members of the College of Fellows from Virginia.
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Welcome These New Members
Please help us welcome these new members to the AIA as architects and associate members, transfers, and AIA Virginia Allied Members.
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Where’s Corey
Executive Vice President, Corey Clayborne, has pledged to get around the state and visit firms, components, partner organizations, and universities. Here’s his recent travel agenda.
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New Architects
Congratulations to the following members for passing their exams and gaining licensure.
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AIA Virginia Newsletter: Nov/Dec 2018

Year in Review
President Eric Keplinger, AIA takes a look back at his year as President of AIA Virginia.
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Visions 2018 Sparkled at the VMFA
The profession came together at Visions for Architecture on Nov. 9, 2018, at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts to celebrate the AIA Virginia Honors and Design Awards.
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AIA Virginia Firm Directory
As part of the work of the Communications and Outreach Advisory Council of the Board of Directors, AIA Virginia will be launching the first online Virginia Firm Directory in 2019.
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Looking Back at ArchEx 2018
As we look back at ArchEx in the rearview mirror, here are a few highlights from the 3-day program where the profession came together to be inspired, learn and make connections.
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Dreiling Fellowship
The Helene Combs Dreiling FAIA Fellowship offers emerging professionals an opportunity to explore areas of interest, advance their knowledge and heighten awareness of the value of service to the profession and society. The steering committee is accepting applications for 2019.
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2018 PAC Champion
Who won the inaugural “Rumble in the Jungle” AIA Virginia PAC Award?
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Call for Submissions: Virginia By Design
In its second year, Virginia by Design recognizes the best efforts of designers or visionaries in Virginia who, by profession or avocation, have made creating, preserving, and enhancing design in Virginia a notable endeavor, which elevates the power of design.
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Government Advocacy Year in Review
Review a summary of the 2018 General Assembly Session and take a look at the issues ahead for 2019.
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DHCD Update
Significant changes to Uniform Statewide Building Code.
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Highlights from the October Board Meeting
A recap of the discussions and decisions made at the last meeting of the AIA Virginia Board of Directors.
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Regional Associate Director Applications Open
Are you an Associate AIA Member? Are you interested in the issues confronting architecture school graduates on a path to licensure? Would you like to help the National Associates Committee address these issues? Then, you may be just the person we’re looking for.
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National AIA Small Firm Exchange
Are you an AIA Member in a small firm? Are you interested in the issues confronting architects practicing in a small firm environment? Would you like to help the National Small Firm Exchange address these issues? Then, you may be just the person we’re looking for.
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Regional Representative to AIA Strategic Council
Every three years, the Region of The Virginias elects a Representative to the AIA Strategic Council, the AIA’s “think tank.”
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Allied Member Spotlight
Welcome to KeithFabry – Let’s Create Something Great Together!
We at KeithFabry are proud of our beginnings with over 50 years’ experience as a reprographics company.
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Sanford Bond Exhibition
Sculptures, furniture, and other work from the career of AIA Virginia member Sanford Bond, FAIA is on exhibition at The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design through January 7, 2019.
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New Benefits Coming Soon
We are about to roll out our new member discounts on an array of consumer products: computers, electronics, travel, dining, sporting events, movies, family events, auto, education products, and many everyday items.
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2019 Officers Elected at Annual Meeting
On Nov. 8, 2018, the members of AIA Virginia elected your 2019 officers and heard important updates about your association.
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In Memoriam
With heavy hearts, we share the passing of our dear friend and member, Bruce Justice, FAIA.
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Meet the Fellows
Get to know one of the members of the College of Fellows from Virginia.
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Welcome These New Members
Please help us welcome these new members to the AIA as architects and associate members, transfers, and AIA Virginia Allied Members.
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Where’s Corey
Executive Vice President, Corey Clayborne, has pledged to get around the state and visit firms, components, partner organizations, and universities. Here’s his recent travel agenda.
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New Architects
Congratulations to the following members for passing their exams and gaining licensure.
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AIA Virginia Newsletter: October 2018

Hip Hop Architect at ArchEx
Michael Ford has dedicated his professional career to stimulating cross-disciplinary discourse on the sociological and cultural implications of architecture and urban planning on its inhabitants.
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Corey’s Top 10 Reasons to Attend ArchEx
Would you rather be in your cubicle or do any of the following
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PAC RUMBLE in the JUNGLE Update
Which chapter is in the lead to win the first AIA Virginia PAC award?
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ArchEx Registration Closes Soon
This is the last chance for you to lock in your spot for our exciting conference. Here are a couple of sessions you might be interested in attending.
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And the Winners are…
The 2018 Design Awards jury has identified two Honor Awards, thirteen Merit Awards, and one Honorable Mention.
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YARD Update
Marie McCauley, The Region of the Virginias Young Architect Regional Director gives an overview of the exciting current events happening within YAF.
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AIA Forum for the National Mall
Jim Clark, FAIA Champions “Blueprint for Better” Initiative.
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2019 ELA Class Nominations Open
AIA Virginia announces the call for applications for the 2019 class of Emerging Leaders in Architecture (ELA): An Honors Academy of AIA Virginia.
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Blueprint for Better Housing
ArchEx is convening a panel of experts to discuss how housing projects, and the design processes behind them, can be interventions towards greater social and health equity.
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Annual Membership Meeting
Join us Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018, for the annual meeting of the membership.
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The Payette Sho-Ping Chin Memorial Academic Scholarship
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ICC Conference and New Codes in Effect
The International Code Council’s annual conference will be held in Richmond October 21-29. This will be the first time an ICC Annual Conference has been held in Virginia.
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Firm Leadership Survey
AIA Virginia partner, Chartwell Capital Partners has been working hard to put together insurance group discounts, and your participation in answering this short survey would really be helpful.
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ACE Higher Ed Event Recap
Read a recap of the final Joint Owner Forum of 2018 last month in Lynchburg.
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Meet the Fellows
Get to know one of the members of the College of Fellows from Virginia.
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Welcome These New Members
Please help us welcome these new members to the AIA as architects and associate members, transfers, and AIA Virginia Allied Members.
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Where’s Corey
Executive Vice President, Corey Clayborne, has pledged to get around the state and visit firms, components, partner organizations, and universities. Here’s his recent travel agenda.
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New Architects
Congratulations to the following members for passing their exams and gaining licensure.
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AIA Virginia Newsletter: September 2018

AIA Virginia is on the Move … Literally
After much deliberation at both the Executive Committee and Board levels, your Board of Directors voted unanimously at the August meeting to relocate our organization’s offices to a new location in 2019.
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AIA Virginia Honors
Jack Davis, FAIA, to Receive the William C. Noland Medal
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Reggie Jones Selected to Receive the Architecture Medal for Virginia Service
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MTFA Architecture to Receive Firm Award
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Jones and Webb Honored with Emerging Professional Award
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Dalaya Honored for Distinguished Achievement
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Carr and Style Weekly Recognized with AIA Virginia Honors
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Honorary Membership Conferred Upon Tune
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ArchEx Discount Registration Ends Oct 5
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The RUMBLE in the JUNGLE for the AIA Virginia Political Action Committee Award
The AIA Virginia PAC Award looks to celebrate the engagement and commitment of a local AIA component who supports the advancement and mission of the PAC.
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2019 ELA Class Nominations Open
AIA Virginia announces the call for applications for the 2019 class of Emerging Leaders in Architecture (ELA): An Honors Academy of AIA Virginia.
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Annual Membership Meeting
The annual meeting of AIA Virginia along with the election of officers is coming up in November at Architecture Exchange East.
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Advocacy Meeting with State Senators
Members of AIA Virginia’s Government Advocacy Advisory Council had a very productive meeting with three Virginia State Senators. Read about what was discussed.
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Visions for Architecture
Join your colleagues for an evening at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts to celebrate architecture and delight in the accomplishments of people and organizations whose vision and skills enrich our world.
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Save the Date
The 2019 AIA Women’s Leadership Summit will be September 12-14, 2019 in Minneapolis, MN together with AIA Minnesota. The Call for Sessions can be accessed at www.aia.org/wls, please share with anyone you feel may elevate the content and event.

Art and Architecture Review Board Appointments
On August 24, 2018, Virginia Governor Northam announced appointments to his administration that included these two AIA Virginia members.
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Project Feature
Can you make floors look like dirt? Take a look at the new Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C.
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Highlights from the August Board Meeting
Read the motions passed and the business discussed at the last AIA Virginia board meeting.
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Coming Soon – Big Discounts
Chartwell Capital Advisors has been working hard to provide AIA Virginia and its members a host of voluntary services and discounts. Stay tuned for an ambitious new program that provides each AIA Virginia member, employees, and family a multitude of deep discounts on an array of different products and services.
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Meet the Fellows
Get to know one of our newest members of the College of Fellows from Virginia.
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DGS/DEB Reorganization
The Department of General Services (DGS) recently reorganized several business units to facilitate the
delivery of key services to our customer agencies.
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Welcome These New Members
Please help us welcome these new members to the AIA as architects and associate members, transfers, and AIA Virginia Allied Members.
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Where’s Corey
Executive Vice President, Corey Clayborne, has pledged to get around the state and visit firms, components, partner organizations, and universities. Here’s his recent travel agenda.
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New Architects
Congratulations to the following member for passing her exams and gaining licensure.
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AIA Virginia Newsletter: August 2018

Believe What You Want, People’s Perceptions Equate to the Truth
Corey Clayborne shares the results of a recent survey and membership achievements
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School Safety
AIA Virginia Grabs Seat at the Table with Legislators on School Safety Discussion.
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ArchEx Volunteers Needed
Want to attend Architecture Exchange East for free?
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ArchEx Registration Opens Soon
Registration for Architecture Exchange East held Nov. 7-9, in historic Richmond, will open on Sept. 4.
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Virginia Code Changes Scheduled for September
View a summary of the more significant code changes that AIA Virginia submitted and were approved to go into effect this September.
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NCARB Update
NCARB’s last paper-and-pencil test was issued in 1996, and the computer-based exam rolled out in 1997. 20 years later, the exam has evolved into ARE 5.0 and already some of us have been talking about the “back in my day” experiences in ARE 4.0. I think a lot of us wish that one of the criteria for becoming an architect years ago was knowing how to successfully run a business! Click here to get information on the transition, study material, and other changes.
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Coming to Western Virginia
Join us for the next Joint Owner Forum with higher education clients from the western region of Virginia. An interactive panel discussion with key university decision-makers will be held to discuss upcoming projects and ways the industry can best collaborate with the respective institutes.
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ArchEx Task Force
A task force has been formed to investigate how to maximize the effectiveness of our annual convention, Architecture Exchange East.
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Meet the Fellows
Get to know the College of Fellows from Virginia.
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Meet the Staff
This month, get to know your member services director.
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Welcome These New Members
Please help us welcome these new members to the AIA as architects and associate members, transfers, and AIA Virginia Allied Members.
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Where’s Corey
Executive Vice President, Corey Clayborne, has pledged to get around the state and visit firms, components, partner organizations, and universities. Here’s his recent travel agenda.
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New Architects
Congratulations to the following members for passing their exams and gaining licensure.
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