AIA Wyoming represents professional architects and allied members statewide, providing the architecture community with resources and relationships necessary to improving the quality of the built environment. We are the voice of the profession of architecture in Wyoming, serving our members, advancing their values, and providing resources for the design of liveable, sustainable places for our citizens. We are dedicated to serving our members, related professionals, and the general public. Membership is open to anyone with a professional or personal interest in architectural practice, and in the creation or appreciation of the built environment.
2014 AIA Wyoming Summer Conference, "REPURPOSE", June 20-21, Haven Art Gallery, Casper, WY
The conference will include a walking tour of historic downtown Casper as well as tours of a variety of repurposed building projects. 11.5 CEU's are available with speakers that will highlight repurposing in architecture with materials, sustainability as well as utilizing LEED credit.
Featured Speakers and Tours:
- Keynote Speaker Dan Phillips (http://www.phoenixcommotion.com/)
- Learn from the experts how the SHPO office does tax credits with Brian Beadles and Melissa Robb
- Explore sustainability and preservation with Mary Humstone, Director of the Alliance for Historic Wyoming
- Hear how to implement LEED on an adaptive re-use project with Stella Hodgkins
- Get ready to tour recently repurposed buildings in downtown Casper: the old Coke building, T Square, Montessori School, Brian Scott’s Loft, and the Haven Art Gallery
The conference will center around Haven, in Casper and will begin on Friday with registration and breakfast. Friday will end with the walking tour, which will conclude at Haven for an evening reception. Ending the conference will be three tours on Saturday.
Click here for the complete conference schedule, registration form, and list of recommended hotels.
AIA Wyoming celebrates National Architecture Week - April 6-12, 2014
AIA Wyoming will be celebrating National Architecture Week by hosting state-wide tours on April 8, 2014 to encourage the public to view the impact buildings have on people's lives, allow people to experience these projects, and learn more about the profession.
View state-wide tour schedule
Signing of the Governor's Proclamation of National Architecture Week.
Left to right, Rachel Delventhal, AIA, Melissa Robb, Assoc. AIA, Doug Selby, AIA, Governor Matt Mead, Stephan Pappas, AIA, and Mike Potter, AIA
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2014 AIA Wyoming Winter Conference - ARCHITECTURE 7220 - February 20 - 22, Laramie, WY
The Winter Conference Presentations and the University of Wyoming Building Tours:
December President's Letter
2013 has been a great year for AIA Wyoming. As the year comes to a close let me thank all of you for all the incredible work, dedication and commitment you, the members, have exhibited throughout the year. We held three successful events which included great opportunity for continuing education and great fellowship. We began a new Strategic Plan for the organization and hope to have it completed early in 2014. We continue to build relationships with our industry partners and grow awareness about the profession around the communities. We currently have 154 AIA and Associate AIA members which is a high for the organization. We have 35 Allied and Unassigned members. Read More
Repostioning the AIA - Board Decision Marks a New Chapter in AIA History
On Thursday, December 12, 2013, the AIA Board of Directors approved bylaws language that outlines a new AIA governance model, moving the Board towards a bicameral structure. AIA members, through their delegates, will vote on the bylaws change at the 2014 AIA National Convention in Chicago, Ill. (June 26-28). Read More
The American Institute of Architects Western Mountain Region Council (AIA WMR) Recognizes 2013 Achievements in Architecture
Teton Village, Wyoming (Oct. 4, 2013) —AIA WMR recognized its 2013 architectural design and honor awards recipients during a ceremony on Friday, Oct. 4, at its regional conference at the Four Seasons Resort in Teton Village, Wyoming. AIA members and other design and construction industry professionals from Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming attended this conference themed “Architecture Matters.” Read More.