AIBC Newsletter | June 3, 2021

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Connected - a monthly AIBC newsletter
Thursday, June 3, 2021
AIBC Welcome, 2021/22 AIBC Council and Invited Liaisons
The AIBC is pleased to announce the 2021/22 AIBC Council and Liaisons to Council. Council elected its officers for the 2021/22 council year at the first AIBC Council Meeting, which took place on June 1, 2021. Read more.
AIBC Submit a Proposal to Speak at a Future AIBC PD Event
The AIBC is inviting speakers to submit content for future Professional Development (PD) events. These general submissions will be reviewed on an ongoing basis for inclusion at events such as the Summer and Fall PD Series, Conference, and Confab. If you have a topic you would like to share with the architectural profession in B.C., we encourage you to submit a proposal. Read More.
AIBC Webinar on Joint Professional Practice Guidelines: Encapsulated Mass Timber Construction up to 12 Storeys
This complimentary webinar will provide a high-level overview of the Joint Professional Practice Guidelines: Encapsulated Mass Timber Construction up to 12 Storeys. The webinar is taking place on July 20, and those who attend can earn up to 1.5 Core Learning Units. Read more.
AIBC Architecture Foundation of BC:
2021 Architectural Awards of Excellence Call for Submissions

Submissions for the Architecture Foundation of BC's Architectural Awards of Excellence are now open. As in 2019, the Program will be hosted and run by the AFBC. The 2021 Awards Program has been rebranded, and features a variety of new award categories. Entries and jury applications will be accepted until July 16, 2021. Learn more.
AIBC Happenings
Intern Architect Happenings
  • Intern architects are CES Participants, and nearly halfway through their first two-year CES Reporting Period. The deadline is June 30, 2022.
  • “Becoming Architects Canada” is a new national non-profit advocacy group for intern architects. The organization is holding a virtual launch party tonight (June 3) from 5–6:30 PDT. 
AIBC Volunteer Opportunities
  • Municipal Advisory Design Panels: City of Delta, Township of Esquimalt, City of Nanaimo, District of Squamish (experience in designing for climate change required).
Recognized Educational Provider Events
Industry News
Call for Entries
Upcoming Events
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Resource Roundup
Frequently Referenced AIBC Resources PGA Transition Resources


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