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.
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
Downtown renovation project completed after two years
Casper Journal - November 4, 2013
by Mary Kaiser
Local architect Lyle Murtha and his team at Stateline 7 have rebuilt the newly named T-Square building from the inside out over the last two and a half years, and are ready to show their work to the public. While currently the building at 444 S. Center only houses its architects, its 18,000 square feet will be opened to potential renters in the coming years. 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.
Jackson-based architect Katie Wilson wins leadership award
Casper Star Tribune - October 26, 2013
by the Star Tribune Staff
Katie Wilson of Ward + Blake Architects in Jackson has been selected by the American Institute of Architects Western Mountain Region as the recipient for the Jason Pettigrew Associate AIA Memorial Leadership Scholarship.
Wilson is the first Wyoming professional to receive the scholarship, which is given to a regional Associate AIA member who has demonstrated leadership within the AIA. The AIA region will sponsor Wilson to attend the annual AIA Grassroots Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C, and the 2014 WMR Conference in Santa Fe, N.M.
Wilson has been a with Ward + Blake since 2005, when she joined the firm after completing her master's degree in architecture at the University of Idaho. Wilson is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) accredited professional with a building design and construction specialization.