ANNUAL PARTNERS

GOLD  Ernest Maier

 

 


SILVER

Barrons Lumber

 

 

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BRONZE

CADD Microsystems

 

 


BRONZE Finecraft Building Contractors, Inc.


 

 


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Porcelanosa

 

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TW Perry

 

 

 

 

Interested in becoming a partner? View our Engagement Opportunities page.

 

 

Committees

AIA Potomac Valley is recruiting bright, energetic leaders to take on and expand existing programs, and to launch exciting new programs. Look at the committee opportunities and choose a place to make difference! Contact Renee Catacalos with any questions and to become involved.

Advocacy Committee

Serves as liaison with government and industry officials, particularly in Montgomery County and Prince George’s County. Provides leadership and serves as a voice for the profession on issues affecting the public good, including the promotion of sustainable architecture. Supports and advocates for appropriate public policy.

Awards Committee

Oversees and conducts all chapter awards programs, including the Kea Medal and annual Design Awards. Oversees jury selection when AIAPV is requested to provide juries to other chapters.

CRAN Steering Committee

The Capital Area CRAN (Custom Residential Architects Network) is a tri-chapter initiative of AIA Potomac Valley, AIA DC, and AIA Northern Virginia. The Steering Committee plans programs and tours for architects engaged in custom residential design. Each AIA chapter sponsors and provides continuing education credits for events on a rotating basis.

Emerging Professionals Committee

Provides students of architecture, interns, and associate architects support, programs, and services that further their advancement in the field of architecture.

Finance Committee

Oversees chapter budget process, financial relationships, long-term fiscal planning and reporting to the board.

Small Practice Group

Provides dialogue, networking opportunities and programs for small practice architects in order to develop consensus on important issues and practices. 

Technology Committee

Organizes programs on design and office technology, as well as advising the Chapter on technology to provide better member services.