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AIAWS | February Section Lunch

Matthew Burczyk, Winston-Salem’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Coordinator, will join us to speak about the new Pedestrian Master Plan right here in Downtown Winston-Salem!   With an ever present focus on…
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February O.W.L.S.

Maxson Associates will give an overview of the multiple types of fire and smoke separation defined in the International Building Code and the code requirements for their respective opening protection assemblies, as well as the testing of all discussed assemblies.

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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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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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ASPIRExperience

ASPIRE IS BACK FOR 2020! Bringing the conference to you Aspire debuted in 2019, transforming the beautiful and vibrant city of Asheville, North Carolina, into a nexus of architecture, design,…
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North Carolina Architects

Answering your Contract Questions with Live Q&A

As an architect, owner, or contractor, properly documenting your projects through contracts documents is one of the most important things you can do to minimize risk and avoid litigation. However, completing these contract documents can be confusing and you may have many questions throughout the process.

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North Carolina Architects

Using the Online Service to Edit and Finalize Contracts

With an increase in stay-at-home orders due to COVID-19, going to the office to print, scan and sign your contracts may not be an option. Join AIA Contract Documents technical staff for an overview of best practices in using the online service to create, organize and distribute your contracts without leaving your home. By attending this free webinar, you will learn best practices in editing documents and organizing your projects in the AIA Contract Documents online service, including editing offline, avoiding common formatting issues, setting your preferences, working with project data, and more!

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