Our newsletters will be published quarterly in 2015 - This year we are reintroducing THE AIA ALASKA CHAPTER NEWSLETTER as an electronic communication that will be sent via email and posted on our web page 4 times a year on issues and events of interest to Alaska Architects. We are always looking for content and if you would like to pen a piece for the newsletter or have someone who deserves recognition, please
contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org (907-888-4600) or Erik Dukes, Assoc. AIA at email@example.com (907-450-1457).
Our publication deadlines are May 20, July 20 and September 20 for the newsletter this year. Click here for the current issue!
What Architects Do
(Click here for an AIA video guide highlighting the basic tenets of architectural practice)
Qualification Based Selection
Haven't had the opportunity to view the "Understanding the Basic Components of QBS" PowerPoint Presentation provided at our 2013 State Conference, as well as to the CEFPI Conference immediately following ours? Click here! Thank you to the AIA Trust for funding to provide this information, and to the QBS Committee for their efforts.
ECI Hyer is a forward-thinking architectural, planning and interior design team is committed to excellence in design and service, and has produced award-winning ‘people-places’ throughout Alaska. With over three quarters of our staff LEED accredited we emphasize sustainable Alaskan design. ECI/Hyer has a fun, creative environment and are dedicated to excellence in design. We offer an extensive benefits package.
Architecture: We have an immediate need for an architect having 2 to 7 years experience with Sketch-up and REVIT proficiency. firstname.lastname@example.org or 907-561-5543
Alaska Native Tribal Health Associtation is seeking:
Assistant Medical Space Planner, preferably an Associate level member or member working towards licensure.
Health Facility Engineer/Architect - Full Time – CBSS
Design Alaska is looking for an Architect to join our team. Architect duties typically include:
Facilitate user meeting to develop programing and discover needs of facilities.
Site Investigations and writing investigative reports of existing facilities.
Design building concepts, images, interior designs and visions to meet the needs of the people.
Detailed design of all occupied spaces and building envelopes to meet life safety and constructability needs.
Leadership of engineers, specialists and construction contractors for an enduring sustainable structure.
Construction cost estimating.
Construction job site inspections and observation.
Occasional in-state travel for site visits.
Design Alaska seeks these desirable attributes in Architect applicants:
College graduate with a 5-year bachelors of architecture or a 6-year master of architecture from an NAAB accredited institution, within the last 7 years.
Commercial/institutional building architectural or construction experience.
Multidiscipline design project management experience.
Please click on the link to apply: http://www.designalaska.com/careers/join-us
AIA Members and Affiliate Members: As a member benefit, you can post your available opportunities here free of charge. Non AIA members, contact AIA Alaska to learn about how to join as an affiliate member or obtain rates to post your available opportinitues today!
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