Join the American Institute of Architects Oregon, Bend Section while they present collaborative design ideas for cultivating east-west multi-modal transportation connections within the city of Bend. The AIA Oregon, Bend Section has been working with other professionals in our community to develop ideas for new transportation connections from the Bend Central District to Downtown Bend that are safe, enjoyable and beautiful to experience.
Join us for Tax Credit Happy Hour! Refreshments provided
Credit: 1 LU/CPE
You are paying too much in taxes. Over 70% of architecture firms and their owners are not claiming a very powerful tax incentive – the Research & Development Tax Credit. Are you missing out on dollars for design that could give you a competitive advantage? This course will cover eligibility requirements and how to leverage available information and technology within time tracking software to easily access this lucrative incentive.
Calling all AIA Oregon Bend Section Architects! We are beginning a community Design Charette to address some of the Pedestrian and Biking needs in the Bend Central District “Designing a Pedestrian Link Across the Railway and Bend Parkway” - to connect the Bend Central District with Downtown Bend, and by extension to connect East Bend with West Bend.
2.00 LUs HSW
Case study of complex mixed use residential projects. Developer/architect partnerships were created for these projects, which focused on sustainability.
This course showcases several new mixed use residential developments undertaken by developers who have forged a multi-project collaborative relationship with their architectural firms. These developer/architect partnerships are tackling large and complex sites, and adopting sustainable approaches to their work, while responding to neighborhood context and meeting specific market housing needs through site and building design innovations.
Start on the path to becoming a solar PV touchstone in your firm and community.
To reach our energy goals for 2030 and beyond, architects and design professionals must be prepared and willing to integrate solar PV into their everyday design & practice, and they must have the language and information to champion increased solar photovoltaics (PV) deployment on all new and existing buildings.