AIBC Newsletter | February 4, 2021

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Thursday, February 4, 2021
AIBC President's Message | Building a Common Understanding
First, I wish you all a happy and healthy New Year. We made it. Although a truism, it makes it no less important to observe that 2020 was a singularly difficult year, one of uncertainty, challenges, and change. As we enter 2021, one might ask: where do we go from here, and how do we get there? Read more.
AIBC Code of Ethics Part II Bylaws Approved
The proposed suite of Code of Ethics Part II Bylaws put forward for electronic vote have received the requisite 2/3 support of eligible voters that casts ballots. The vote was organized into five topic areas – results have been published on the AIBC website. Read more.
AIBC AIBC Governance Sessions Registration Now Open
Are you an AIBC volunteer or interested in joining AIBC Council? Attend a Governance Session! The first online session will be hosted on February 24, and is open to all AIBC registrants and current volunteers. The session will provide attendees with an overview of the Institute’s governance, the role of the regulator, and fiduciary responsibilities. Please note that attendance is mandatory for all council candidates. Read more.
AIBC Post-Disaster Building Assessment Training Workshop –
Only Three Spots Left!

Taking place virtually on February 25 and March 4, the AIBC is hosting the annual Post-Disaster Building Assessment Training Workshop. The workshop will include an introduction to earthquakes, with an overview of the different levels of response and ways building design professionals can help. Read more.
AIBC Happenings
AIBC Professional Conduct Matters
The AIBC publishes findings and admissions of unprofessional conduct by AIBC registrants. Below are the most recent publications:
    Intern Architect Happenings
    • Intern Architects AIBC are encouraged to complete the CES survey.
    AIBC Volunteer Opportunities
    • Municipal Advisory Design Panels: City of Delta, Township of Esquimalt, City of Nanaimo, City of Parksville, City of Pitt Meadows, City of Surrey, University Endowment Lands.
    Recognized Educational Provider Events

    The AIBC welcomes REPs: Eclipse Integrated, Ply Gem.

    Industry News
    Call for Entries
    In Passing
    Resource Roundup
    Frequently Referenced AIBC Resources Practice Resources


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