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They Made Me Do It! The Perils of Designing An Owner-Directed Code Violation

What do you do when your client asks you for a design that in your professional opinion violates applicable law or creates a potential public safety hazard? Deciding to abide by your client’s wishes could jeopardize your license.

02/23/2021 | [email protected] 

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MEET BENJAMIN OBDYKE, INC

Benjamin Obdyke, based in Horsham, PA, since 1868, has been on the forefront of Moisture Management. We are experts in the niche area of moisture management and love talking about building science.

02/12/2021 | [email protected] 

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Why Should I Care About Moisture Management?

Moisture management is a bit of a buzzword in the building industry these days, but why? What does it mean, and why should we pay attention to the trend in the industry? Is it really all that important?

02/09/2021 | [email protected] 

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Shifting Perceptions of Workplace Relationships [Webinar]

February 25, 2021
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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This webinar is sponsored by Practice Management (PMKC), an AIA knowledge community.

DESCRIPTION

The relative balances of independence, collaboration, commitment, sacrifice, mentoring, support, and oversight between staff and management have been evolving for several years. While some firms have long-ago gone virtual, with some even dissolving the bonds of formal employment in favor of architectural gig work, COVID was a catalyst causing all other practices to adapt. In many cases, this has brought to light that the unspoken expectations of both staff and management differ.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

After participating in this webinar attendees will:

  1. Understand how working at home has changed the relationship between staff, colleagues, supervisors/managers, and firm owners.
  2. Identify four types of employees relative to their levels of commitment to the firm.
  3. Describe different attitudes about work-life relationships and how they affect expectations of flexibility in the work environment.
  4. Distinguish between the needs of management to maintain quality control and efficiency and the habits of individual leaders that vary in their degree of control & supervision.

SPEAKERS:

MODERATOR: Scott Knudson, AIA
Principal, Knu Design, LLC

With over 35 years of broad experience, Scott is the founder of Knu Design where he uses architecture to bring people together in authentic places, focusing on community-building and affordable housing. He is a member of the leadership group of AIA's Practice Management Knowledge Community.

Heather Pierce, SPHR
HR Leader, Associate Principal, LS3P

Justus Pang
Project Manager II / Architect, Nevada State Public Works Division

Nea Poole, AIA
Principal, Poole & Poole Architecture

Rachel Oleinick, AIA
Vice Principal, Northworks Architects + Planners

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