2017 MBA Series

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Whether moving up or starting your own firm, it's important to learn critical skills and new ways of thinking from leaders and business professionals. This series, Mastering the Business of Architecture, will provide in-depth exposure to topics important to practitioners. This series is geared toward emerging and emerged leaders and intended to fill an important gap in the practical, distilled and advanced knowledge available to small and mid-sized practitioners. 

Historic Building Processes

 

Understand how to utilize historic preservation to benefit your client and expand your architectural design repertoire. This 2-hour interactive lecture led by Sarah Marsom will delve into local and federal historic districts, and state and federal historic tax credits. Utilizing examples of projects in Columbus, Marsom will take you step-by-step through the local design review process and help you understand best methods to expedite local design review. Learn the basics of the historic tax credit application and how your client can earn up to 45% of project costs through historic tax credits. Reflecting on historic tax credit projects in Ohio, we will discuss the National Park Service’s Secretary of the Interior’s Standards are and how to retain your architectural vision, while respecting the standards and the historic architectural elements. You’ll walk away from this lecture with a greater understanding of local, state, and federal perspectives on historic preservation. 

12 PM - 2 PM 

Lunch included!

2.0 HSW Learning Units

The Center of Architecture and Design

50 West Town Street, Suite 110

Columbus, OH   43215

Pricing:

$10 Associate AIA 
$20 AIA & Affiliates
$40 Non-AIA Members

Presented by Sarah Marsom

Sarah Marsom is a historic preservation consultant living in Columbus, Ohio. She is the Chair of the Young Ohio Preservationists, a Heritage Ohio board member and Co-Leader of the Rust Belt Coalition of Young Preservationists. Marsom holds a M.S. in Historic Preservation from Eastern Michigan University and a B.S. in Parks and Recreation Management from Northern Arizona University. She is a primary contributor to the upcoming third edition of Historic Preservation: An Introduction to Its History, Principles, and Practice. In 2016, she founded the Tiny Jane Project, which inspires people to learn about the history of preservation and planning through hand sewn Jane Jacobs dolls; the Tiny Jane Project is an international success and has developed a scholarship program for emerging professionals.

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Schedule:Check back soon for more information and additional sessions!

Friday, February 10, 2017  |  12:00 - 2:00 pm
Presented by: Bruce Faris

Join us as the MBA series returns in 2017 with the first workshop focusing on forecasting with regard to architecture scheduling, hiring, planning, finances, and more. How do you schedule work? How do you know when it's time to get more work, when it's time to hire new people, or when it's time to lean up. Come learn best practices on forecasting a firms needs and how this benefits decision making.

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Friday, March 31, 2017  |  12:00 - 2:00 pm
Presented by: Design Collective, NBBJ and WSA Studio

Presentation on the importance of workspace design, the various types, and how to develop a positive office culture. More information coming soon!

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Interested in sponsoring the 2017 Mastering the Business of Architecture series? Contact Qisti Gitosuputro at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  for more information!

Thanks to the AIA Trust and Victor O. Schinnerer & Company for providing a grant to continue this beneficial series to the AIA Columbus area!

 

AIA Columbus Golf Outing 2014

The 2014 AIA Columbus Golf Outing 
Monday, September 15, 2014

The 2014 AIA Columbus Golf Outing was a huge success! Thank you to all of our sponsors and everyone who came out and played! 

Check out the 2014 Golf Album for photos of the event! Thanks to our photographer, Kelly Colna, for the photos!

 

Time travel through the decades as you round 18 holes in this fun-filled fundraiser for the AIA Columbus Scholarship Program at the Ohio State University Knowlton School of Architecture.

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BX Ohio Construction Conference: February 23rd at COSI

Earn up to 8 AIA Learning Units!

Design professionals are invited and encouraged to attend the Ohio Construction Conference on Tuesday, February 23 at COSI Columbus.This daylong annual conference, sponsored by The Builder's Exchange, is an opportunity for design and construction professionals to come together for an energizing dialogue on issues impacting the profession.

The conference includes many unique programs on BIM, Integrated Project Delivery and Sustainable Design. "What's Going On Out There?" examines initiatives happening at the national level including AIA's 2030 Commitment. The team behind the Dell Children's Medical Center, the first LEED Platinum certified hospital, will discuss the operational, environmental and organizational ROI that have resulted since the hospital opened in 2007. An afternoon program will examine what changes to risk management we can expect as we come out of the recession of 2009? And finally, back by popular demand, the Owner's Roundtables - an opportunity to meet with owners in small groups to discuss challenges we face as an industry.
 
Spend a day with your colleagues, clients - and potential clients - on these and many other programs. This is also a great opportunity to complete up to 8 AIA learning units - including the 4 required sustainable design (SD) units.
 
To view the entire list of programs and their descriptions, the list of presenters and speakers and to register, please visit the BX website.

LEED Green Associate Exam Prep: April 23, 2010

AIA Columbus will be hosting a full-day LEED Green Associate Exam Prep course on Friday, April 23, 2010 from 9am until 5pm at the Center for Architecture. The course will be taught by Green Education Services.

The U.S. Green Building Council has made a number of recent changes to the LEED examination required for accreditation. Green Associate is the Tier 1 achievement within the USGBC's new LEED 2009 three-tiered accreditation sytem, and signifies a strong knowledge base of the principles of LEED Sustainable Design without the technical knowledge requirements of LEED AP+. 

Why should you attend this seminar?

  1. Unless you have past experience on a LEED project OR are employed in a sustainable field of work, it is a mandatory requirement that you attend a Green Associate Seminar before USGBC will issue you a LEED test date.
  2. All AIA members who attend the seminar will receive 8 Learning Units, 4 of which fulfill the Sustainable Design requirement.

 

Green Education Services' LEED Certification Exam Prep will give you:

  • Eligibility to sit for the LEED Green Associate Exam
  • Information required to prepare for and pass the various LEED exams
  • FREE repeat attendance- before your exam or after if necessary
  • Interaction with experienced LEED AP Instructors
  • Full length practice exams written by the USGBC item writers
  • Valuable CEUs
  • Supplemental materials and printout of the Powerpoint
  • Descriptions of how to get your projects LEED Certified   
Visit www.greenedu.com to learn more.

Register by phone at 1-800-355-1751 or online here.

 

SMPS Marketing Awards: March 10, 2010

The Society for Marketing Professional Services Columbus Chapter is hosting its marketing awards presentation gala to honor excellence in marketing communications in the architecture, engineering and construction (A/E/C) industry on Wednesday, March 10, 2010 at the Center for Architecture on 380 East Broad Street from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Admission is Free.

Firms entered in six different categories including proposals/qualifications statements, self promotion/direct mail, advertising, Web site or online presence, brochures, and/or brand identity.  

Five jurors have been selected for their expertise in marketing and communications in the A/E/C industry and include: Bernard Costantino, University Architect, from The Ohio State University; Craig Weise, State Architect with the State Architect’s Office; Scott Varner, ODOT Director of Communications; Denny Griffith the President of Columbus College of Art and Design; and Brenda Stier, the Founder and President of Marketing Works.
More information about the program and registration is available on the SMPS Columbus website.

SMPS Columbus is one of 57 Chapters of the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS)--a national association that brings together business development and marketing professionals from the architectural, engineering, planning, interior design, and construction industries. With a local membership of 130 and a national membership of nearly 7000, SMPS is a dynamic and powerful network for the A/E/C industry. The organization seeks to Advocate, Educate, and Connect professionals across the disciplines for the purpose of building long-lasting relationships that will promote and nurture business for member firms

 

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