2017 PUBLIC BUILDING OF THE YEAR - The Center by Ziger/Snead Architects
HONOR AWARD - Maison Defensive by Uekman Architects, LLC
HONOR AWARD - Sagamore Pendry Rec Pier Hotel by Beatty Harvey Coco Associates Architects
HONOR AWARD - Salisbury University Patricia R Guerrieri Academic Commons by Ayers Saint Gross & Sasaki Associates, Inc.
HONOR AWARD - The Moelis Family Grand Reading Room, University of Pennsylvania by Gensler
ADVOCACY: Protecting Your Profession
RENT EVENT SPACE: Wayne Good, FAIA Plein Air Watercolor Exhibit - AIA Maryland Gallery
LOOK UP!: Maryland State House - Built 1772-1779 - Oldest in the Nation Still in Legislative Use
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  • Career Fair for the Built Environment

    Morgan State University to host the 2018 Career Fair for the Built Environment. Employers, register here for this February event to recruit outstanding students and alumni from Morgan State University.... Read More
  • Are you a Procrastinator?

    Here's a great way to earn 5 CEUs for FREE! Tuesday, Dec. 12th, 8:30am-3pm.  Seminar and lunch are free but registration is required.  Space is limited, please REGISTER by Thursday, December 7th.... Read More
  • Arnold W. Brunner Grant

    With a deadline of February 1st, we are currently rallying for applicants for the Arnold W. Brunner Grant. This prestigious award is designed for mid-level architects to pursue architectural investigations that will effectively contribute to the knowledge, teaching, or practice of the art and science of architecture. The project must engage in contemporary architectural issues within a local and global ... Read More

  • Maryland Historic Trusts’ Capital Grant Program Returns

    MHT is excited announce the return of the Capital Grant Program, which is funded this year for the first time since 2009! MHT will be awarding $600,000 in grants for rehabilitation, restoration, acquisition, and predevelopment projects at historic properties which are listed on or eligible for the Maryland Register of Historic Properties.  Grant awards will be capped at $100,000.  Only work, or a discrete phase of work, which is not already underway or completed can be funded; we cannot reimburse projects for work that is already completed... Read More

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