The AIABaltimore Practice Management Committee seeks to encourage open discourse among AIABaltimore architects, allied members, and other professional organizations to advance member understanding of practice-related issues including; business, ethics, construction law, taxes, human resources, marketing, and technology. Responsibilities of the AIA Practice Management Committee include delivering 3-4 educational seminars throughout the year for continuing education credit. Each seminar aims to present a different aspect of operating an architectural practice. In addition, the Practice Management Committee assists in organizing the annual AIA/BAF holiday party and Presidents meeting.
Additional resources can be found on the AIA National Practice Management Knowledge Community (PMKC) website:
The committee meets every 3rd Tuesday at 8:30 am at AIABaltimore Board Room.
Contact the committee chair for information about joining:
Anthony Gill, AIA
MCA | Architecture
All events listed on this page have AIA/CES LUs available.
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