AIA Monterey Bay’s Stanton Award Presentation and Holiday Dinner

The Barns at Cooper Molera 535 Polk Street, Monterey, CA

AIA Monterey Bay's Stanton Award Presentation and Holiday Dinner Join the AIA Monterey Bay community for the presentation of the The Robert Stanton FAIA Award for Contributions to the Field of Architecture being presented to J. Michael Wadsworth, AIA and for our holiday dinner. Date: Thursday, December 8, 2022 Time: 6:00 to 9:00 P.M. Location: The Barns […]

Climate Action Webinar: U.S. Resiliency Council Seismic Grant Legislation

When: Tuesday, January 17th, 12-1pm Units: 1 LU/HSW (pending approval) Speaker: Evan Reis | Executive Director, Co-founder, U.S. Resiliency Council As many as 100,000 apartment buildings in California, which could house up to two million residents, many lower income, elderly or the disabled, may have a dangerous seismic vulnerability known as a soft story. In June, 2022, […]

Why California Has A Housing Crisis And What Can Be Done To Fix It

Sand Box 440 Ortiz Ave. #A, Sand City, CA

SPEAKER: Liam Dillon California is facing unprecedented housing affordability and homelessness crises. How did things get so bad? How is the government responding? Where are we making progress?  Liam Dillon of the Los Angeles Times and Gimme Shelter podcast gives us a detailed overview of the crisis. Liam Dillon covers the issues of housing affordability […]

AIA Leadership Summit 2023

Washington, DC

AIA Leadership Summit 2023 The Premier Chapter Leadership Training Event After two years of virtual gatherings, AIA’s chapter leadership training event returns to Washington, DC, February 14–17 with a new name and an exceptional program. Join them at AIA Leadership Summit 2023 (formerly Grassroots) for four days of vital leadership training designed to help you […]

The 60-Minute MBA for Architects

Online Event

Speaker: Steve Burns, FAIA | Founder | The Well-Designed Firm Being a brilliant architect rarely translates into having a successful business. With all the years of education and training to make us experts in our profession, the skills needed to have a successful business were conveniently overlooked. This webinar will fill the void and provide you […]

An Introduction To Land Use Planning For Wildfires In California – City Of Morgan Hill

Morgan Hill Community and Cultural Center 17000 Monterey Road, Morgan Hill, CA

The Board of Forestry and Fire Protection has launched the CAL FIRE / Office of the State Fire Marshal’s Community Wildfire Preparedness and Mitigation Division and Community Wildfire Planning Center's Introduction to Land Use Planning for Wildfires in California Trainings. These free, all-day, in person trainings are now open to land use planners, fire marshals, […]

Getting to Know the AIA Materials Pledge

Online Event

On March 10th we will have a webinar, 'Getting to Know the AIA Materials Pledge’, with an author of the Prescription for Healthier Materials, Frances Yang of Arup, as well as Lona Rerick, architect and sustainable materials leader at ZGF Architects in Portland. This webinar will will discuss the Materials Pledge, benchmarks and resources for specifying healthy […]

2022 Energy Code for Single-family Lighting

Online Event

Speaker: Gina Rodda, CEA | Principal/Owner of Gabel Associates, LLC This hour-long Code Breaker focuses on requirements in California’s 2022 Single-family Energy Code (Title 24, Part 6) for indoor and outdoor lighting luminaires and controls. We will also review resources available from the industry supporting Single-family lighting design and installation. Register online here.

Understanding Embodied Carbon – Net Zero Considerations for Precast Concrete

Understanding Embodied Carbon - Net Zero Considerations for Precast Concrete Date: Thursday, March 16, 2023. Time: 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. Presenter: Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute West Units: 1 AIA LU/HSW; Qualifies for 1 hr. ZNCD MCE Embodied-carbon requirements are being implemented in various ways and at different stages of the project design, from “Buy Clean” programs, […]

9 Ways To Make Housing For People

Sand Box 440 Ortiz Ave. #A, Sand City, CA

SPEAKERS: Daniel Simons, FAIA and Pedram Farashbandi, AIA Developed and proven over four decades of multifamily housing design, the “9 Ways” are design principles that provide a thoughtful framework for making better housing. Flexible and human-centric, these community-oriented strategies work together to elevate a building, improve wellness and stability, and support social bonds. With extensive […]

Pikes Peak Summit Complex: An All-Electric & Severe Climate Case Study

Pikes Peak Summit Complex: An All-Electric & Severe Climate Case Study Date: Wednesday, March 22, 2023. Time: 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. Presenter: Pete Jefferson, PE, WELL Faculty, LEED AP | Principal, BranchPattern Units: 1 LU/HSW (pending approval); Qualifies for 1 hr. ZNCD MCE Tickets: Free At 14,115 feet above sea level, Pikes Peak is a […]

Passive House Multi-Family – Good for All is Good for One Webinar

Online Event

Passive House Multi-Family - Good for All is Good for One How Passive House Qualities Benefit both Occupants & Owners Presentation by Shane Pollin - CA Passive House  Target Audience:  Building owners, developers, code reviewers, planning officials and design professionals interested in learning about the benefits of integrating passive house principles into larger multi-family or […]