Todd Kennedy Receives American Institute of Architects Western Mountain Region’s 2018 Young Architect of the Year
Licensed less than ten years, CCY’s Todd Kennedy, AIA has designed numerous award-winning projects including Old Pond Residence, which received a 2017 AIA Colorado Award of Excellence, and Red Butte Residence, which received a […]
Picture this scenario: Your company is throwing a holiday party after a successful year. Festivities begin with a cocktail reception, followed by a lavish dinner at a nearby restaurant. Invitations were sent to […]
Cesar Olivas became interested in architecture from an early age through a unique perspective into housing challenges for families. The son of Mexican immigrants, Olivas grew up in Southern California, moving from apartment to […]
Adam Harding, AIA first set his sights on being an architect in high school when he realized his passion for drawing, creating and building could converge into a career. Ambitious from an early age, […]
Jeff Mullikin, PE, LEED AP BD+C was always interested in engineering, math and science, but it was his college experience that really set things in motion and laid the foundation for the rest of […]
Recap: AIA Members Meet with the Pikes Peak Regional Building Department to understand impact of new code adoption
By David Riggs, AIA
On August 29th AIA Colorado hosted a member meeting with Jay Eenhuis and John Welton, Deputy Building Officials, with Pikes Peak Regional Building Department in Colorado Springs. Earlier this year the […]
For Hannah-Hunt Moeller, Associate AIA, architecture is a building block for having a huge impact on the environment and society.
After three-and-a-half years at RNL, now part of Stantec, Moeller is about to launch into […]
October 25, 2018
4-6 pm Mountain Time
The meeting will take place via web/teleconference. Login information will be published to members in coming weeks
Notice of Proposed Bylaws Amendments:
Per AIA Colorado Bylaws Article 9.1, the AIA Colorado […]
By Judith Repp, AIA and Jeff Mullikin, PE
Judith: At last! ‘Materials Matter’ comes to Denver! The design and construction communities in Portland, Philadelphia, Seattle and Dallas have already benefited from the series hosted in those […]
Dear AIA Colorado Members,
As announced at our Annual Member Meeting yesterday (October 25), the election results are in:
In our only competitive race for Associate Director, Kaylyn Kirby Assoc. AIA of Semple Brown rose to […]
The Architecture Billings Index is an economic indicator for nonresidential construction activity, with a lead time of approximately 9–12 months. Investment groups like Wells Fargo, media outlets, firms of all sizes, and business leaders rely on […]
This second installment of our 2018 voter’s guide will discuss statewide ballot initiatives requiring voter approval. AIA Colorado is taking a formal position on two initiatives as detailed below, but this guide will otherwise […]
After nearly six years of service to AIA Colorado, Executive Vice President and CEO Cathy Rosset will be stepping down from her position in mid-November to explore the next phase of her career in […]
As the election day rapidly approach, now’s the time to get smart on what to expect when you look at your 2018 ballots. First thing’s first though, let’s talk about voter registration and ballot […]
Nominations by the Membership onto the 2019 AIA Colorado Board of Directors Ballot Due October 4.
See the proposed slate of candidates here.
Nominations by the membership are due by 4 p.m. October 4, 2018 to […]
By Sheva Willoughby, AIA; RTA Architects
The Emerging Professionals Bootcamp was initially conceived out of conversations and feedback around the current issues members in Southern Colorado were facing. The board heard that there was a […]
Denver, Colo., September 10, 2018—The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Colorado recognized 21 projects with design awards and five local architects with honor awards at the AIA Colorado Design & Honor Awards Gala on […]
Members of the media, please contact AIA Colorado Marketing and Communications Manager, Marisa Pooley, at 303.228.3913.
By Ali Menke Joiner, AIA, architect at Shears Adkins Rockmore
Being an architect is hard. We go through rigorous studio sessions in college to achieve a degree, only then to prove our value creatively and […]
Despite having worked as an architect for decades, 2018 is a big year for Stuart Coppedge, FAIA.
First, the RTA principal was recently elevated to AIA Fellowship. One of only two living Fellows in Southern […]
By Avik Guha, AIA, Roth Sheppard Architects
The A’18 Conference in New York City comes at a remarkable time of change in the Big Apple, 30 years since the previous time the city hosted AIA’s […]
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By Jen Fumuso, AIA and senior associate at OZ Architecture
I was first forewarned that a degree and career in architecture had demanding hours when I told my college advisor that architecture was my choice of […]
By Daniel Nelson, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C, project architect at Tryba Architects
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By Wells Squier, AIA, Principal at Anderson Hallas Architects and Denver Director on the AIA Colorado Board of Directors
One of the many reasons I love the profession of architecture so much centers on the fact that […]
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In November of 2017, the citizens of Denver historically voted in favor of a new law requiring the construction of green roofs and/or solar installations on most new […]
By Matt Cecere, AIA and committee chair and principal of 4240 Architecture
March 20, 2018–Our firm [4240 Architecture] has been interested in this conference for the better part of the last decade. What has drawn […]
As you know, advocating on behalf of architects is an important part of our work at AIA Colorado. You probably are also aware that the Colorado Legislative Session is underway, and that we are […]