In service to its members, AIA Winston-Salem strives to both promote a culture of mentorship and collaboration as well as provide a collective voice, foster emerging and existing talent, and elevate the standing of the profession of architecture. Our Board of Directors provides a variety of events including continuing education programs, project tours, design awards, film series, and community outreach activities.
AIA Winston-Salem is an accredited section of the North Carolina Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA)
COVID-19 has spurred one of the most intense economic downturns of our time. The pandemic has shifted the profession to a virtual workforce overnight and 2020 graduates are entering the profession with a lot of unknowns. Starting your career in the midst of a recession can be intimidating, but architects learned a few lessons in 2009. Join architects who entered the workforce during the Great Recession of 2008 as they speak to their own experiences, share some practical steps to move towards economic stability, and offer guidance on how to maintain mental well-being and build a resilient career.
In this program the participants will learn about the physical characteristics of the different types of fleece backed single-ply membranes including; EPDM, TPO, PVC, and KEE HP, as well as gain an understanding of the benefits of the addition of fleece to the membrane. Benefits of two-part urethane adhesive will be discussed including; reducing VOC and adhesive order risks, product performance, the different methods of application, and packaging. We will review case studies on new construction, reroofing options, discuss the benefits to the building owner, as well as the sustainability and durability of this roofing assembly.
Construction clauses that you believe to be benign, may actually jeopardize the financial well-being of your design firm, and the health, safety, and welfare of the public. It is imperative for design firms to have a thorough understanding of these “deadly clauses” and how to identify and correct faulty language in order to mitigate associated risks. Join us for a free webinar as presenters review construction contract clauses regarding instruments of service, right to withhold or offset fees, reliance on owner supplied information, coordination of owner’s consultants, limiting liability, compliance with civil rights legislation, and prevailing party clauses.