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July 24: How High Can We Build with Wood Framing and Mass Timber? Lessons learned from NEESWood
Register for Workshop!
Wednesday, July 24, 9am
(duration 7.50 Hours)
Ten years ago, the NEESWood Capstone Project was the largest building ever tested on a shake table at Japan’s E-Defense seismic laboratory. This pioneering work in performance based seismic design helped pave the way for resilience based seismic design.
In this one-day seminar we’ll review work over the last decade that is changing today’s construction landscape and ushering in the next evolution of wood utilization: mass timber. There will also be a special lunchtime presentation by Dr. Ian Robertson on the NEES Tsunami project and how it is changing today's building code. Come hear from research leaders from both the U.S. and Japan and learn about the future of wood.
AIA Honolulu "Member Spotlight"
Introducing Jeremy Mendoza, AIA, Owner of Roli Poli Studio LLC
Welcome to "Member Spotlight" where we will feature AIA Honolulu members and ask them 5 random questions. A fun way to get to know each other and maybe get some new ideas and tips.
Introducing Jeremy Mendoza AIA, Owner of Roli Poli Studio LLC!
The questions we asked Jeremy were......
- If you could write your own job title that best describes what you do here, what would it be?
- What are the values that drive you?
- Which individual, living or dead, would you like to eat dinner with?
- Your favorite Podcasts?
- What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done?
Want to know the answers? Click here
Want to Suggest a Member or Participate? Email Jacy L. Youn, EVP and give her your suggestions.
Upcoming AIA Honolulu Programs
Jul 11: YAF Pau Hana at Nashville Waikiki
RSVP Online! Please register in advance for planning purposes.
When/Where: Thursday, July 11, 5:30-7:30pm at Nashville Waikiki
Join us for the Young Architect's Forum (YAF) pau hana and networking event at Nashville Waikiki. Come enjoy live music and network with your peers and build new relationships with colleagues from the up and coming generation of leaders in Hawaii's design and construction industry.
AIA Honolulu Professional Develoment Committee Presents...
July 30: "Awkward Silence...Learn How to Avoid This & Network Effectively"
Register Online! Tuesday, July 30, 12pm-1:30pm, Center for Architecture.
Networking is the key to success. Beyond exchanging business cards and making pointless small talk, networking is a skill set that requires hard work to hone. In this workshop, we will cover how to get better at networking - including tips on how to make a great first impression, keep the conversation going and follow up after making a connection.
Speaker: John Strandberg, Director of Sales & Marketing Hawaii Tech Support.
Cost: $30 AIA Members, $35 Non-Members & $20 Students. Cost includes lunch
Associate AIA Update - Complete ARE in 2019!
Our ARE Cohort 2: July 24 - December 18
3 Exams | 2 Sessions per Exam | 1 Low Rate
Register HERE for All 6 Session of Cohort 2!
Membership includes access to Black Spectacles Premium Access!
Connect and review with others preparing for the Architect Registration Exam. Membership in a cohort provides 3 sessions to cover 3 divisions of the ARE 5.0 exam. The second cohort to cover the remaining 3 exams. Membership also provides access to the Black Spectacles Premium Access study tools including: videos, flash cards and practice exams. Snacks and drinks will be provided.
Cost: ARE Review cost for 6 sessions is $780 for AIA members / $900 for non-members.
Cohort 2’s 6 Upcoming Sessions: Jul 24: Intro. Project Planning & Design: Aug. 21: Review Project Planning & Design / Sep. 18: Intro. Project Development & Documentation; Oct. 16: Review Project Development & Documentation / Nov. 20: Intro. Construction & Evaluation; Dec. 18: Review Construction & Evaluation.
Go-To-Meeting! Licensure track/emerging professionals from neighboring islands can attend remotely. We encourage our Oahu based professionals to attend in person.
AIA Program Update
AIA National Visits AIA Honolulu & AIA Hawaii
Members of the AIA Honolulu and AIA Hawaii State Council Executive Committees met with AIA National President Bill Bates, FAIA, and CEO Robert Ivy, FAIA, at the Pacific Club on July 2 to discuss sustainability, housing, and professional advocacy.
Mahalo for the visit!
Our 5x5x5 Mentorship Program Visits Philpotts
Our 5x5x5 mentorship program is well underway, with teams visiting the offices of our mentors.
One group recently got together on the deck of Philpotts Interiors for an evening under the stars.
AIA Members Information
2019 AIA Film Challenge: A Blueprint for Better
Films due August 12! The AIA Film Challenge 2019 invites architects and filmmakers to collaborate to share stories of architects and civic leaders working together to create resilient and sustainable communities.
Participants produce a 3-5 minute documentary-style film showcasing their Blueprint for Better story to win up to $10,000 and travel and hotel for two to see their film screened at Chicago Ideas in October. Winners will also receive exposure on AIA’s online channels, as well as via partner film and architecture organizations. There is no entry fee to participate in the challenge.
There is also a People’s Choice Award winner chosen by public voting that opens on August 19.
AIA Honolulu Job Board
Two (2) Jobs Just Posted on our Job Board
Post a job with AIA Honolulu!
Jobs are posted for 1 month. Posting fee: $25/members, $40/non-members.
AIA National Career Center
The AIA National Career Center is also a great place to look for your next career or post a job. Check back frequently as new jobs are posted every day.
Upcoming Community Events
2019 AIA Honolulu Annual Sponsorship Opportunities
Become a Sponsor of AIA Honolulu and Pick Your Programs
In 2019 you will see lots of exciting sponsorship and networking opportunities. Support your profession and become an AIA Honolulu Annual Sponsor Today!
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.