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Island Architect Weekly - Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Posted By AIA Honolulu, Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

    Happy Holidays from AIA Honolulu

    The AIA Honolulu Board and Staff are wishing you and your family a wonderful holiday!

    OFFICE HOURS: AIA Honolulu and the AIA National office will be closed Monday, Dec. 25 and re-open Tuesday, Dec. 26 at 9am.

    For information during this period please visit the AIA Honolulu website or the AIA National website.

    Featured Weekly Ad

    Jan 11 & 12: So Cal Chapter of RCI Inc: 18th Annual Hawaii Winter Workshop
    Building Enclosure Quality Assurance and Quality Control (12.5 CEUs)

    Register Online!  Qualifies for 12.5 AIA LU’s /RCI CEH’s

    Join us as an attendee, sponsor, or exhibitor as we return to Oahu for the 18th Annual Hawaii Winter Workshop. The seminar takes place Thursday, Jan. 11 & Friday, Jan. 12, 8am-4pm at the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki. Breakfast, lunch, and seminar packets are included with each registration.  View Program Agenda

    This workshop is designed to improve the skills and knowledge base of design, rehabilitation, and forensics professionals (consultants, architects, and engineers), developers, contractors, and building system manufacturers.  We welcome university and college level students to gain insights, industry exposure, and network with professionals.  The educational sessions will focus on building enclosure quality assurance and quality control by addressing aspects of manufacturing of products/systems, specification, installation, and building maintenance including investigation and repair.  The program comprises of ten, 75-minute presentations, an exhibitor zone, and network reception. Email the So Cal Chapter of RCI Inc with your questions.

    2018 AIA Honolulu Annual Sponsorship Opportunities

    Stronger Together! Sponsor Your Local Chapter and Programs for 2018

    Get On Board Early! In 2018 you will see lots of new and exciting sponsorship opportunities due to our new five-year strategic plan. Support your profession and become an AIA Honolulu Annual Sponsor Today!

    Start your partnership by supporting our 2018 Joint Kickoff Party on January 25 and pick which program-specific sponsorship opportunities your firm would like to align with and at what levels. Your options are limitless!

    Email or call us at (808) 628-7245 for questions.

    AIA Honolulu Programs

    Jan 12: SAVE THE DATE! Land Use Ordinance (LUO) Task Force Jan. 12, 12pm

    Join the AIA LUO Task Force as we review our city’s land use ordinance (LUO). We invite all interested members to engage in the unique opportunity to take a look at Honolulu’s current zoning code and give feedback to the city for their upcoming revisions to the LUO. This is a chance for us as design professionals and AIA members to have an impact on the very codes that regulate our work and define the future fabric of our city. We will be meeting regularly either weekly or twice a month at the AIA Center for Architecture.View Meeting Flyer.

    Join us for our first meeting Friday, January 12, 12:00pm, where we will kick off by reviewing the residential portion of the zoning code. There will be multiple meetings on each code section, so if you cannot make it to the first meeting, you will have other opportunities to contribute. We are also looking for volunteers to join our leadership team. As a member of the leadership team, you will be taking on an administrative role and not expected to be an expert on zoning or land use. This is a great opportunity to get involved with the AIA and impact our design community. Please look out for more information in our e-newsletter!


    Jan 25: Register Now for the 2018 AIA Honolulu Kick Off Party

    Celebrate with Us! Bring your colleagues, friends and spouse for a fun evening with great networking.

    Register Online Today!

    Join AIA Honolulu, AIA Hawaii State Council and the Hawaii Architectural Foundation for our a joint Kick-Off Party at the Center for Architecture! View Party Flyer.

    Come meet the new 2018 Board members from all three organizations hear what the year will bring.  For this years festivities we will also be celebrating Newly Licensed Architects.

    When:
         Thursday, Jan. 25 from 5pm - 8pm
    Where:    Center for Architecture

    Refreshments: Included in the price is two drinks and delicious heavy pupus.

    Cost: $40 for AIA Members (AIA, FAIA, ME, Allied), $30 for Assoc. AIA Members, $50 for Non-Members and $20 for Students until Jan. 24.  At the Door fee is $60 for members and non-members.

    MAHALO 2018 KICK OFF PARTY SPONSOR!

    Become an Annual AIA Honolulu Sponsor & Start with the Kick Off Party!
    Start the year off by becoming an annual sponsor with focus on the Kick Off Party for the best coverage through the year. View our Annual Sponsorship form and start your partnership with AIA Honolulu today.

    Questions? Email Camilla Nicholas, AIA Honolulu or call her at (808) 628-7245.

    AIA Honolulu Program Update

    GMM December Community Service Event a Big Success!

    Mahalo to all our amazing members and non-members who helped spread some holiday spirit by donating wonderful gifts for our Salvation Army Angel Tree Gift Drive. 

    This year it benefited children from Kauluwela Elementary School and ten senior citizens.

    Also a big mahalo to our amazing and fun GMM program committee for a great year and to our allied members Western Doors for the swag bag giveaway.

    Celebration of Life Reminder

    Frank Haines, FAIA Celebration of Life on Dec. 27, 4pm

    This is a reminder that Frank Haines, FAIA's Celebration of Life service will take place on the below date, time and location if you would like to attend.

    When:  Wednesday, Dec. 27 at 4pm
    Where: The Star of the Sea School field at 4469 Malia Street, Honolulu (field adjacent to Kahala Nui).

    There is limited parking in the School’s parking lot, along Malia Street and along Aliikoa Street.

    End-Of-The-Year Tips

    Renew Your Membership Early for 2018

    Early renewal appreciated to assist our Chapter to continue providing excellent service and programs.

    Renew Your 2018 AIA Membership Today! An AIA membership connects you to 90,000 professionals who share your passion for architecture

    2018 Dues Installment Program! Prefer to split up your membership dues payments? Select that option when renewing online. Reinstating Members must enroll through a manual process by completing a Dues Installment Program enrollment form. Email AIA Honolulu for questions.


    12 Days Left to Get CE Credit for AIA Membership Renewal

    Just 12 days remain to complete your continuing education requirements for AIA membership renewal! AIA is here to help!

    Bundle and save an extra 15%! Take advantage of AIAU's bundle discount and save an additional 15% when you buy four or more courses. That's 15% off the special member price of $25/course. Non-members save 15% off the non-member price of $40/course.

    View all courses > Browse by instructor >

    AIA National Update

    AIA Encouraged by Fixes to Tax Reform Legislation

    Thanks to AIA members for grass roots mobilization

    WASHINGTON, D.C., - December 18, 2017 - The American Institute of Architects (AIA) announced it was encouraged by changes made to the tax reform legislation contained in the House-Senate Conference Agreement announced last week late Friday night.

    The conference agreement that will now go to the House and Senate for a vote allows for a 20 percent deduction for businesses organized as “pass-through” entities like S-corps, sole proprietorships and Limited Liability Partnerships, subject to income limitations. The Senate bill would have greatly restricted this deduction for “service” businesses like doctors, lawyers, architects and financial services firms. The final conference package now contains specific language stating that architecture and engineering firms are not subject to the limiting provision that applies to other service businesses. Read more >


    Latest AIA Home Design Trends Survey: Demand for Higher Density Development Waning?

    Washington, D.C. – December 19, 2017 – Recent gains in demand for infill development and other factors associated with community accessibility appear to be moderating. Showing signs of market saturation, demand for walkable neighborhoods, multi-generational housing and access to public transportation remain very strong, but growth has leveled off, according to the findings from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Home Design Trends Survey for the third quarter of 2017, which focuses on community and neighborhood design. Read more >


    Save the Date! A'18 in New York City June 21-23

    This year's theme is Blueprint for Better Cities. Next June, some of the most creative architects, designers, and firms will share how they're creating their own blueprint and making a difference in cities, towns, and communities all over the world.

    Inspiration, project insights, valuable takeaways, and new ways of working—everything you need for your own blueprint is happening June 21–23, only at A'18.

    Learn more >


    2017 Research Summit Report

    The 2017 Research Summit advanced the AIA's goals around research, with its key objective to help form an architectural research agenda and action plan for the Institute. The Summit brought together the professional practice and academic communities to talk about mutually beneficial interests to advance the interests of both. Read the report >


    Apply for 2018-2019 Architects Foundation Scholarships

    The Center for Architecture in New York is now accepting applications for the Arnold W. Brunner grant until February 1, 2018. The Arnold W. Brunner grant is designed for mid-level architects to pursue architectural investigations that will effectively contribute to the knowledge, teaching, or practice of the art and science of architecture. The project must engage in contemporary architectural issues within a local and global context. The sole recipient will be awarded up to $15,000. Learn More >

    AIA Honolulu Job Board

    Two Jobs Listed on our Job Board

    Jobs are posted for 1 month. Posting fee: $25/members, $40/non-members.

    Annual Sponsorship Opportunities

    Become a Sponsor and Show Your Support

    Annual Sponsorship! Interested in increased visibility throughout the entire year? Sign up today for 12 continuous months of benefits!  View our Sponsorship prospectus and start your partnership with AIA Honolulu today.  Sponsor Your Chapter Today & Add Your Firm Logo Here!



    Questions?
    Email Camilla Nicholas, AIA Honolulu or call (808) 628-7245.

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