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AIA Akron

AIA Akron is a local component of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). We represent over 170 members in 11 counties of the greater Akron area. Our mission is to organize and unite in fellowship the members of the Architecture profession. We promote the aesthetic, scientific and art of planning by advancing the standards of architectural education, training, and practice, to coordinate the building industry and the profession of architecture to ensure the advancement of the living standards or people through their improved environment.

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Revit Architectural Design Software Summer Online Course- Offered by BGSU Department of Architecture.

Join Stan G. Guidera, Professor, Architect and Autodesk Certified Revit Professional for an 8-week online course focusing on Revit architectural design software on/line. This self-paced course will cover fundamental through intermediate concepts as participants create a 3D model of a commercial office building, then use that model to generate construction and presentation documents.

This course will begin mid-June and is open to the public. If you are interested in joining, contact Stan Guidera at guidera@bgsu.edu.

Lunch + Learn: June 13, 2018


AIA & CSI Lunch & Learn (June 13, 2018)

ADA Access Requirements for Performance Areas
Presented by LIFT-U, a Division of Hogan Manufacturing, Inc.
 

 

Wednesday, June 13, 2018.

This presentation will provide an overview of 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design and Code requirements regarding universal access and available options for providing stage access in schools, churches, and performing arts centers.
 
Learning Objectives 
  1. 2010 ADA Standards requirements for performance areas,
  2. Additional regulations to consider,
  3. Important design considerations for providing access to performance areas, and 
  4. How the features, components, and operation methods of the accessibility options fulfill the standards.

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LIMITED SEATING
Registration will close with 20 registrants or
the Friday before our event, whichever comes first.

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Jillian R. Tipton
Executive Director

2841 Riviera Drive, Ste. 120
Fairlawn Ohio 44333
Appointment Only. 

P: 330-699-9788
E: jtipton@AIAakron.org