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AIAWS | December Lunch and Learn

This course provides an overview of swinging doors, frames, and architectural door hardware. It will cover standard industry nomenclature for hollow metal frames and doors and wood doors. Includes information on mechanical and electronic hardware specification and applications.

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ARE (Virtual) Roundtable

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On November 10, 2020, AIA Winston-Salem hosted a discussion between two of our recently licensed board members, Veronica Grant and Micah Martin, and some of our section’s Emerging Professionals. We…
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AIAWS | November Lunch & Learn

Commercial design increasingly demands high-performance materials and great aesthetics while containing overall project costs. learn about the innovative characteristics of architectural wall panels and how they have emerged as an ideal solution for their design flexibility and efficient installation process

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AIAWS | November Section Lunch

Join us to hear Lauren review how the students used the design process to engage with local organizations in proposing solutions to systemic challenges facing our world, while making a positive impact on Winston-Salem’s community. 

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AIAWS | ARE Virtual Roundtable

For our first exam roundtable, we will focus on study tools and strategies for the ARE’s. Veronica Grant and Micah Martin are AIAWS board members who have recently become licensed – they will be joining the discussion to share their experiences and answer any questions you might have about the process.

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AIAWS | October Lunch and Learn

This seminar will examine the advancement of radiant heat and sound control for today’s construction, and how it effects the tile and stone industry. Tile and stone have excellent heat conduction qualities, but not as exceptional for sound abatement. Combining the two can be confusing, and if not properly addressed. could cause failure in the tile or stone floor. However, with proper details and specifications, the combination of in floor heat and sound control could offer a long term, maintenance free flooring assembly that adds great value to a project.

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AIAWS | October Section Lunch: Help Our People Eat (H.O.P.E.)

Scott Best, MBA is the Executive Director at H.O.P.E. of Winston-Salem a non-profit organization with the mission to use community-wide volunteer support to prepare and deliver nutritious meals to thousands of children in Forsyth County who are at risk for hunger via a food truck. Winston-Salem is one of the top cities in the entire United States for hunger in families with children. North Carolina and Louisiana are now the top states for hunger in children ages 0-4. One of every four children in North Carolina has insufficient food to meet nutritional needs! Come learn how H.O.P.E. is using their food truck to address this social is

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AIAWS | *Virtual* September Lunch and Learn

This course explores the process of selecting, specifying and installing high performance resinous floor and wall systems. It familiarizes the attendee with the latest system technologies and applications where these systems provide maximum value.

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AIA WS | September *VIRTUAL* Section Lunch

Scott Best from H.O.P.E. (Help Our People Eat) of Winston-Salem will discuss H.O.P.E.’s mission to use community-wide volunteer support to prepare and bring nutritious meals to thousands of children in Forsyth County who are at risk for hunger.

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AIA WS | June *VIRTUAL* Section Lunch

Mark R. LePage is the Partner in Charge of Operations at Fivecat Studio Architecture, a leading residential architecture firm located in Westchester County, New York. Mark and his wife, architect Annmarie McCarthy, launched Fivecat Studio in 1999 at the age of 29 with no money and no clients. Together they have grown the regional firm to a staff of six, managing projects worth more than $10 million. Mark is the founder of Entrepreneur Architect, this online education resource inspiring architects to build better businesses. He launched the blog in 2007 as a personal project to document ideas for business success. In 2012, Mark relaunched Entrepreneur Architect at EntreArchitect.com and introduced the The Entrepreneur Architect Podcast. Working to become an influential force in the profession, Mark’s mission is to teach sole proprietors, small firm architects and students the importance of business success in the profession of architecture.

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