Programs & Events

NextGen Connections: 11th Street Bridge Project

Alertus Technologies 10 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD

Photo Courtesy of OLIN April 20, 2023 6:00 -8:30 PM Alertus Technologies AIA 1.5 LU, HSW Approved 1.5 LACES Approved This lecture will explore a joint project by Olin and OMA, the 11th Street Bridge Park in Washington, D.C.. This project addresses a set of entrenched divisions that dominate many cities—disparities of income and investment […]

The Role of an Architect in Resilience (1.0 LU|HSW)

Morgan State University's Center for Built Environment and Infrastructure Studies 5299 Perring Parkway, Baltimore, Maryland

April 25, 2023 4:00pm Morgan State University's Center for the Built Environment & Infrastructure Studies 5201 Perring Parkway, Baltimore 1.0 LU AIA approved for in-person attendees only

NextGen Connections: Infrastructural Optimism

Alertus Technologies 10 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD

May 4, 2023 6:00 PM Alertus Technologies AIA 1.5 LU, HSW Approved 1.5 LACES Approved With a multitrillion-dollar infrastructure bill recently passed by Congress and threats of climate change more evident with every superlative weather event, flood, and forest fire, the urgency for architects, landscape architects, urban designers, and planners to be proactive participants in […]

Climate Change + Professional Liability

The Center for Architecture and Design 100 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD

  Come join the AIA Baltimore Committee on the Environment and Resiliency (COTE/R) and the Practice Management Committee as we watch and discuss an AIA Trust video on climate change and professional liability. Did you know that one of the proposed changes from the AIA Scalable Climate Action Group includes defining professional liability as including […]

Baltimore: A History, Block by Block

AIA Baltimore & BAF Center for Architecture and Design 100 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD

Join AIA Baltimore's Historic Resources Committee to learn more about a documentation project photographing Baltimore neighborhoods.   James Singewald is a photographer and archivist currently documenting Baltimore’s architecture and researching its history. Before residing in Baltimore, he spent ten years photographing neighborhoods and industrial spaces in Philadelphia prior to the city's rapid redevelopment and gentrification. He […]

Building Tour – GBMC’s Louis & Phyllis Friedman Building (Promise Project)

Join AIA Baltimore's Health & Wellness committee for a tour of the brand-new Cancer Institute at GBMC. Participants will receive a guided, pre-opening tour of new construction at Greater Baltimore Medical Center's Louis & Phyllis Friedman Building. Known as the “Promise Project,” a three-story, 117,000 square-foot building will replace older inpatient rooms and create a new […]

Healing Architecture with Andrea Möhn

Join AIA Baltimore's Health and Wellness Design Committee for a partner program at the University of Maryland. 3835 Campus Drive Architecture Building (145 ARC) College Park, MD 20742 Also viewable on Zoom. 1.0 LU|HSW approved RSVP here. The space that surrounds us has a direct influence on our perception and thus on how we feel. Whether a […]

Hiring in the Post-Covid AE Workspace

"The global novel coronavirus pandemic has been, perhaps, the single most significant driver of rapid change for U.S. businesses in history." Forbes magazine May 2021 The COVID-19 pandemic affected businesses and industries in different ways, creating challenges for not only producing work, but maintaining connectivity and engagement with employees and prospective hires. Join this panel […]

Renovation, Retrofit and Reversibility: Structural Reinforcement at Peabody Library

Join AIA Baltimore's Historic Resources Committee to learn how structural engineering firm 1200AE developed a retrofit strengthening system for renovations to the George Peabody Library. The George Peabody Library of Johns Hopkins University opened in 1878 and has continuously served the public as a premier research library for the University and City of Baltimore. The main stack room’s five tiers […]

The Restoration of St. Ignatius Church – Chapel Point

AIA Baltimore & BAF Center for Architecture and Design 100 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD

Register here to join AIA Baltimore's Historic Resources Committee for a presentation about the history and restoration of St. Ignatius Church in southern Maryland. With roots traced back to its founding in 1641, St. Ignatius Church – Chapel Point is the oldest, continuously serviced Catholic Parish in the United States. Construction of the building that currently stands today […]

MD Rehabilitation Code and IEBC Training

Scan the QR code in the flyer below or visit this link to sign up. AIA CES 1.5 LU|HSW approved for live viewers. Scan the QR code in the flyer above or visit this link to sign up. There is no charge for this training.