Laurel Branch Library by Grimm + Parker Architects - 2018 AIA Maryland PUBLIC BUILDING OF THE YEAR
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A great night at the stadium
Architect For A Day by Hord Coplan Macht
LOOK UP!: Maryland State House - Built 1772-1779 - Oldest in the Nation Still in Legislative Use
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  • Our Chesapeake Bay Chapter plans a charrette to review the revitalization and resiliency efforts of Annapolis City Dock

    In April 2019 the board of the Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the American Institute of Architects formed a committee to evaluate the potential of holding a Chapter wide charrette to address our involvement in the Annapolis City Dock revitalization and resiliency efforts. This committee has evaluated potential sites, formats, and scheduling for this charrette and we are now at a point where we are trying to determine whether there would be sufficient participation from you, the Chapter members, to make this happen. The committee has chosen ... Read More
  • Disruption, Evolution and Change: AIA’s Vision for the Future of Design and Construction

    The AIA publication on Disruption, Evolution and Change: AIA’s Vision for the Future of Design and Construction, details an aspirational path forward for our profession’s commitment to meeting 2030 climate objectives. The four focus areas of the report— energy, health/safety, welfare, and transparency—speak to methods to help us achieve our objective of leading the change we seek. They also help to frame our discussions and partnerships to advance environmentally responsible design and construction. ... Read More
  • Public Comment on GBC High Performing Buildings Act and Appendix D

    UPDATE - PUBLIC COMMENT DEADLINE EXTENDED 2 WEEKS. Public comment is due today! We encourage architects and firms to post their comments on the proposed changes. Provide comments in the feedback links for BOTH the Program and Appendix D PROGRAM: //forms.gle/HyH88oxPHupg1C4GA APPENDIX D: //docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeUgVHtwoepYhyK3PxXpv1lDbbnPBGR2cEehRkG8obZKzoyNQ/vi... Read More
  • 2019 AIA Compensation Survey

    WE NEED YOU! Maryland is close to being eliminated from the 2019 compensation report. AIA's biennial Compensation Survey, is the benchmark for our profession, and a valued resource for firms and practitioners. The survey closes COB on Tuesday, May 7th. As a participating firm, you will receive a complimentary PDF copy of the complete survey report when it is released. If you received an invitation to participate, we ask that you respond as your reply is vital for the success of this study. If you are a firm leader who has not received an i... Read More

Events Happening in Maryland

Jul 11 - AIAMD Board Meeting

Jul 17-19 - SLGN Meeting

Aug 5-6 - Design Awards Jury

Aug 7-9 - CACE Annual Meeting

 

 

 

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