By USI Colorado
The ACEC’s 2014 Professional Liability Insurance (PLI) survey shows that 72% of member engineers carry $2 million or less in professional liability insurance limits. Surveys of architects show similar results. Such limits […]
If you walk into Studio B Architecture + Interiors in Aspen, you’re likely to see the computers turned off, while the employees draw, sketch and craft study models. You might see CU Denver architecture […]
A mechanical engineer by training, Green was named president of RMH Group—a Denver-based mechanical, electrical and industrial process consulting engineering firm— in 2006, after having spent 26 years working for the company in various […]
For Renée del Gaudio, AIA and founder of Renée del Gaudio Architecture in Boulder, winning AIA Colorado Design Awards not only validated her work, but they also served as great advertising for her one-woman […]
By Jim Johnson, AIA & Founding Partner at JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE
Over the past 25 years, Denver has transformed into an internationally recognized destination, garnering attention from some of the world’s top civic and business […]
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 […]
“To me, success is about surrounding yourself with the right people, sharing the credit and celebrating together.” –Steev Wilson, AIA, NCARB, LEEP AP, and Founding Partner of Forum Phi in Aspen.
Though Forum Phi’s doors opened […]
By Daniel Nelson, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C, project architect at Tryba Architects
I’m a Midwesterner at heart – born and raised in Michigan. I lived in Chicago for 10 years and just recently moved […]
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 […]
By Nikolaus Remus, AIA and Ignacio Correa-Ortiz, AIA
Have you ever requested a rezoning for a project because the current zoning did not seem to reflect the aspirations and the potential of the city and […]
The 2018 AIA Colorado Practice + Design Conference (P+DC) theme is “A State of Growth” and is focused on the rapidly changing environment and state of architecture here in Colorado. While this construction boom […]
Details legislative goals that support school design resources and funding.
WASHINGTON – Aug. 13, 2018 – The American Institute of Architects (AIA) and its members are launching a variety of initiatives to help address violence in […]
Members of the media, please contact AIA Colorado Marketing and Communications Manager, Marisa Pooley, at 303.228.3913.
Our Government Affairs Committee and Legislative Subcommittee are hard at work reviewing new bills proposed during the 2018 legislative session that began last month. Here are some items of interest to the architecture profession. […]
Colorado’s unemployment rate is at an all-time low 3%, while the cost of higher education and architecture degree programs is at an all-time high.
So how can you set yourself apart as an architect and […]