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AIA New England Conference & Awards Portsmouth, NH

October 20+21
Come, celebrate and learn more about all that makes the New England architectural community excellent, relevant and pace-setting. Portsmouth, New Hampshire is a city that recognizes its history, enjoys a vibrant present and plans for a resilient future. What better place to explore issues of designing for Resilience in our region?  

Call for Entires and Conference information at: www.aianewenglandconference.org

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Volunteer for the Doors Open RI Festival!

Thank you for your interest in volunteering for the Doors Open Rhode Island Festival on Saturday September 23, 2017!  We're going to need lots of help at participating venues welcoming visitors, helping with crowd control, answering questions and tracking attendance. It's easy to do and a lot of fun. Volunteer Greeters will typically work one 4-hour shift, leaving plenty of time to explore other festival sites over the remainder of the weekend.
DoorsOpenRI.org/Festival

Please click here tofill out your contact information. We'll reach out to you once we're ready to start scheduling volunteers.


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2017 AIAri Scholarship Application

AIA/ RHODE ISLAND ARCHITECTURAL FORUM

A Charitable Organization Supporting Educational Programs within the Architectural Community

SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS PROGRAM 2017

 

 

THE AWARDS

AIA/ Rhode Island Architectural Forum is pleased to announce its Eleventh Annual

Scholarship Awards Program. Scholarship funds will be credited to the winning student’s

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BTGA Promotes Christen Robbins to Associate

Brewster Thornton Group Architects, LLP, recently promoted Christen Robbins, AIA, to Associate level in the firm. Robbins has been with the company for two years and is an invaluable member of the practice, participating in the design of and leading the construction management of the Rhode Island Veterans Home in Bristol, RI. The Home consists of six neighborhoods, each with 32 resident rooms creating a non-institutional feel for the veterans. These small-scale communities are arranged around a communal space that offers the conveniences and services of a town core. Robbins’ background in the hospitality industry gives her a strong perspective on how the buildings’ design affects the level of comfort of and convenience for its occupants.

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LLB ARCHITECTS RECOGNIZES TWO; BIJLANI AND TAYLOR NAMED ASSOCIATES

Lerner Ladds Bartels, is pleased to announce that Neal H. Bijlani, Director of Design Technology, and Jonathan M. Taylor, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP have been named Associates in recognition of their significant value to the continued growth of the firm.

Neal Bijlani graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Since joining LLB Architects in 2005, he has been instrumental in strengthening the firm’s architectural digital practice. He has also served as the primary engineer for the development of the technological infrastructure needed to support the firm’s Facilities Assessment Solution, a space inventory and building assessment service. Neal resides in Providence. “For a long time, Neal in his role of Director of Design Technology has been a leader, teacher, and mentor in the area of our architectural digital practice,” said Principal Kathleen Bartels. “He has been instrumental in ensuring that our firm explores and adopts the many technological developments our industry has seen in recent years. Our success in introducing new technological infrastructure and software is directly due to Neal’s ability to evaluate their fit with LLB’s goals as well as manage the implementation of these initiatives within the firm.”

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