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Webinar: Keeping Traditional Designs Alive: The Resilient Benefits of Polymeric Exteriors

As the vinyl siding industry continues to build its case as the resilient, eco-friendly choice for home design and building, the Vinyl Siding Institute (VSI) will present a live webinar, “Keeping Traditional Designs Alive: The Resilient Benefits of Polymeric Exteriors." Presented by Designer and VSI Consultant, Fernando Pagés Ruiz. The virtual presentation will highlight ways … Continue reading Webinar: Keeping Traditional Designs Alive: The Resilient Benefits of Polymeric Exteriors

Free – $10.00

CEUniversity: Quarter One

Join us for the the Quarter One installment of our quarterly 2021 CEUniversity series. This virtual event will be held on Friday, February 26th.    This half-day continuing education program, scheduled and organized by AIA New Orleans,  aims to provide a variety of educational topics for attendees and interested participants. These topics will be presented … Continue reading CEUniversity: Quarter One

Free – $20.00

2030 Committee Meeting

Our first bi-monthly event will be on Wednesday, March 17th, AIA National's 2030 Signatories: Secrets to success for smaller firms and following up with 30 minutes of Q&A/discussion.  Sign up for the AIA National webinar, which will be broadcast from 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM, and then join us afterwards from 12:30 PM - 1:00 PM for … Continue reading 2030 Committee Meeting

Small Firm Exchange: The Business of Living Architecture

Founding Principal of NANO LLC and outgoing AIA New Orleans President Terri Hogan Dreyer will be presenting valuable practice management insights including strategies for scaling your business, understanding and tracking your firm's measurable performance, and the pros & cons of different fee structures & proposal types. Terri will draw from her experience with the Goldman … Continue reading Small Firm Exchange: The Business of Living Architecture

AIAS/AIA Mentorship Event

Lend your expertise to the students in the Tulane chapter of AIAS on March 31st. They are in need of 4 - 8 mentors to meet with small groups of students over the course of an hour-long virtual meeting. To sign up as a mentor, please email us.