Tag: AIA Approved Continuing Education

The ADA at 30: Accessability’s Impact on Architecture

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA). During that time, architects and designers have helped improve the lives of people with disabilities around the country. But according to some industry leaders, there’s still a lot more work to do.

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AIA’s Tips for Career Resilience

Despite the economic uncertainty facing the world right now, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) wants to help all architecture professionals keep their careers going strong. They recently hosted a webinar where they spoke to four panelists who lived and worked through the last Great Recession. Here are the highlights from their advice on how to have career resilience during difficult times.

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California Architects 2019 CE Requirements

California Architects are required t complete 5 hours of continuing education in Disability Access by the last day of their birth month in odd-numbered years. AIA Members are also required to complete 18 Learning Units including 12 Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW) hours of continuing education annually.

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Delaware’s Architectural Legacies

On December 7, 1787, Delaware became the first State to ratify the U.S. Constitution. It’s currently nicknamed “The First State”.  The Delaware River and Bay were named after the governor of Virginia, Thomas West, Lord De La Warr by the explorer Samual Argall.  Delaware is also famous for a few of its oldest architectural landmarks. You’ll find just a few of them in the images and descriptions below.  Although these buildings weren’t designed by Architects as we know them today, they represent American architecture’s early beginnings. Perhaps the buildings and structures you design today will become tomorrows architectural legacies.

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