The City of Northampton is looking for an architect who can help support the City and its community and social service partners in planning for a resilience hub. The resilience hub will support those who face chronic and acute stress due to climate change and other disasters, and social and economic challenges, including a facility […]
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9th Edition Building Energy Code (IECC 2018) Training was held via Zoom on Friday, April 10
The PDF of the training is posted here for your use
This program was a joint program of the WMAIA COTE Committee and UMass Facilities and Campus Services and will […]
By Harrison Smith Washington Post,March 31, 2020, 8:40 p.m.
WASHINGTON — Michael Sorkin, a fiery champion of social justice and sustainability in architecture and urban planning who emerged as one of his profession’s most incisive public intellectuals over a career as a critic, author, teacher, and designer, died March 26 in Manhattan. He was 71.
The cause […]
In an effort to prepare for increased COVID-19 demands on area hospitals, the BSA is soliciting nominations for buildings, facilities, or infrastructures that may be adapted to become Alternative Hospital Sites.
A collection of resources and assets related to the COVID-19 virus response. We will continue to add resources to this page as they become available.
As we navigate this unprecedented crisis in our global community, AIA is committed to equipping our members with the information they need to help navigate these uncertain times. This page is intended to provide guidelines, policies, and tools for our members and will be updated frequently as new resources become available.
City of Northampton compiles resources for Western MA, including Hampshire, Franklin, Hampden & Berkshire Counties. Small business assistance, food assistance, senior resources and more.
AIA Massachusetts, which represents the local member chapters on all legislative and regulatory matters of statewide interest, has up-to-date information on state regulations related to COVID-19 – under “Latest News” on the homepage. Please check here often and follow the emails from AIAMA Executive Director John Nunnari.
These are unprecedented times and WMAIA, like all of you, is trying to figure out how best to navigate. Many local firms are working remotely, all western Mass colleges are closed to students and visitors, and many municipal governments are in emergency mode. Here’s what WMAIA is hoping to do over the next few months to […]
Henry Cobb, a renowned architect who designed several landmark buildings in Boston and was a founding partner of the Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, died in his Manhattan home March 2 at the age of 93, according to a spokesman for the firm.
After graduating from Phillips Exeter Academy, Harvard College, and the Harvard […]