A Chapter of the American Institute of Architects
                                 Serving Michigan's Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, Macomb, and Washtenaw Counties


The following is a list of announcements

Have additional announcements that you would like to add? Email us at: board@aiahv.org

  • Thursday, July 18, 2013 8:19 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Come and join us for the 2013 Chalk the Park at Liberty Plaza!  Enjoy the shade, express your artistic talent, and enjoy the crowds of people passing during the Art Fair!  Hope to see you there.

    Friday 1pm-3pm
    Saturday 10am-2pm
  • Tuesday, July 02, 2013 2:39 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Save the Date 8/16!

    Join CaGBC for a tour of the LEED Platinum school, networking and drinks. The tour starts at 4pm. CaBGC is finalizing the details and hope to include carpooling for this event. They are also looking to end the tour with dinner and drinks at a local Windsor restaurant. Please send CaGBC suggestions on where we should go!

    Don't forget to acquire appropriate border crossing identification ASAP!

    Join us to tour the CaGBC LEED Platinum Dr. David Suzuki Public School in Windsor Ontario! The school has a wonderfully interactive website so please check it out.

    The details are being finalized so check back. We hope to have transportation so we can carpool across the border. If you need to acquire appropriate border crossing documents please do so ASAP.

    Passports: 1st time $135 | Renewal $110

    4-6 weeks to get back (expedited for additional $60)

    Passport Card (like an Enhanced License): 1st time $55 | Renewal $30

    Enhanced License: $45, 2-3 weeks to get back, you must go in person


  • Tuesday, June 25, 2013 3:41 PM | Anonymous member
    The AIA Huron Valley traveling exhibit (ArchiFest 2012) continues to make it way throughout the chapter area.  It is currently displayed at Domino's Farms - Lobby A (near U of M MedSport, Cardiology and Plastic Surgery clinics).
  • Tuesday, June 25, 2013 10:08 AM | Anonymous member
    Save the date this fall for the evening of Saturday October 26th for our Chapter's Annual Meeting and 2014 Honor Awards Celebration.  The event will take place at the Pendleton Room in the Michigan Union.  More details to come.

    Watch for a future announcement for our Honor Awards Call for Entries for more information on submission of projects and nominations for the individual and firm recognition awards consisting of the Emerging Architect Award, Lifetime Recognition Award, Emil Lorch Award, Eugene Hopkins Distinguished Service Award, and the Distinguished Community Service Award, plus the special recognitions including the Firm Founder Recognition, the Twenty Years Plus Recognition, and the Fifty Years Plus Recognition.  Start now getting those projects photographed and think about who you might nominate for the chapter recognition awards.

    Our annual business meeting will include the election of new officers and consideration of changes to our chapter bylaws.  Start thinking now if you would like to nominate yourself or someone else to serve on the board next year or to get more involved in chapter committees.

    Please contact Dan Whisler (dwhisler@p-wa.com) with any questions

  • Thursday, May 30, 2013 12:12 PM | Anonymous member
    Are you an AIAHV member planning to attend the  National AIA conference in Denver June 20-22?  If so and if you would like to be a delegate to help represent the Huron Valley Chapter in electing national board officers and considering bylaw amendments that come before the membership, please contact Dan Whisler (dwhisler@p-wa.com)
  • Wednesday, April 24, 2013 3:00 PM | Anonymous member

    American Institute of Architects (AIA) National and Huron Valley Chapter Graduate Scholarship

    April 24, 2013, Ann Arbor, MI, The University of Michigan's Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning announced the 2013 AIA National/AIA Huron Valley Graduate Scholarships. Awards were presented to students whose projects “embody the exciting promise of realization while addressing real world challenges.” A jury of architects representing the AIA Huron Valley Chapter selected this year’s recipients and chose from student work showcased in the College’s 2011 Architecture Student Show titled, "Spree."

    A total of $2,500,  $1,000 of which was provided by AIA National as a 2013 AIA Component Scholarship grant, was awarded to undergraduate student, Carlos Pompeo and graduate students, Lyla Feinsod, Lijing Qian, and Annie-Locke Scherer.

    Carlos Pompeo was born and raised in Valencia, Venezuela and now lives in Orlando, FL with his family. After obtaining his Associates in Architecture from Valencia College, with honors, he moved to Michigan to study at Taubman College. Since arriving, he has competed and won at both yearly student shows. He hopes to earn his M. Arch within the next 4 years and begin to teach and engage in the field of architecture as a fabricator and academic.

    Lyla Feinsod grew up in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She followed her passion for design with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sustainable Interior Design which introduced her to her true passion: architecture. She is currently pursuing her Master of Architecture degree.

    Lijing Qian is from Anhui, China. She received her Bachelor of Architecture at Hefei University of Technology and is now a graduate student in the architecture program at Taubman College.

    Annie-Locke Scherer, originally from Pasadena, CA, will be receiving a Master of Architecture degree next April. She did her undergraduate work at the University of Virginia, receiving a B.A. in Architecture with honors in 2012. She has a background in digital fabrication and hopes to pursue a Master of Science in Digital Technologies at Taubman College in the fall of 2014.

    AIA Huron Valley is comprised of registered architects from Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe, and Washtenaw counties. The chapter engages in initiatives to increase the public’s knowledge and appreciation of architecture and the built environment, as well as promote advocacy for the profession.

    Through scholarships, mentorships, and collaborative programs with architecture students, Taubman College and AIA Huron Valley hope to enhance connections between architecture programs and professional practice.

    Chapter members Aaron Vermeulen (chair), Charles Bultman, Jessica Green, and Bonnie Greenspoon served as the 2013 scholarship awards jury.

  • Tuesday, April 16, 2013 1:21 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    AIA Toledo would like to extend a special invitation for you to join us for the 9th Annual Celebration of Architecture Week here in Toledo!

    Architects:  Earn up to 12 CEU's this week ... at no cost!

    All events are FREE and open to all Architects, Engineers and their guests unless otherwise noted.

    This post contains all the information you need to plan and register for 2013 Celebration. For any questions regarding 2013 AIA Toledo Celebration Events, contact AIAToledo@bex.net





  • Thursday, January 03, 2013 10:46 PM | Anonymous member
    The AIAHV Chapter Board will be meeting on Saturday January 12th to begin planning for the 2013 year.  We would greatly appreciate your taking a few moments right now to answer a few questions and share any comments that can help the Board better serve you in developing our programs and activities for the coming year.

    Please click on the link below for the survey or copy & paste it into your web browser


    Also, save the date:  we are planning a joint AIA member / U of M TCAUP AIAS Student mixer to be held on Friday Jan. 18th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Sava's Restaurant in Ann Arbor.  Watch for an email announcement with more details coming soon.

    You can also send any comments to me at dwhisler@p-wa.com

    Thanks in advance for completing the member survey!
  • Wednesday, December 05, 2012 10:45 AM | Anonymous member
    Our thanks to a number of firms who have picked up their old boards following our announcement sent last month.  For those who have not yet done so and would like their boards back, please contact me to arrange a time to pick up.  We plan to recycle any remaining boards on Thursday Dec. 13
  • Tuesday, November 27, 2012 2:41 PM | Anonymous member
    We regret to inform you of the passing of Professor Emeritus S. Glen Paulsen who died this past Sunday.

    Michigan architect S. Glen Paulsen died at the age of 95 on November 25, 2012, at his home in Chelsea, Michigan. He was preceded in death in 2011 by his wife and indispensable partner of 67 years Virginia H. PaulsenundefinedJennie, and his granddaughter Joy Lynn Marshall. Glen’s sister Helen MacInnis and her husband Don also are deceased. Still living are children Thomas Paulsen and his wife Rita of Derby, Connecticut, and Nancy Marshall, husband John (deceased), now of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Glen and Jennie’s remaining grandchildren are Jordan Marshall and his wife Victoria, Anthony Marshall and his wife Kristy, and Tristan Paulsen; great grandchildren are Cassandra Paulsen, Aaron and Malek Rickett (Marshall), and Bella Joy Marshall.

    Glen discovered architecture when he was a junior in high school in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Architecture became his life-long passion. He attended three schools to acquire his professional education. WWII interrupted his education at The University of Illinois, and he completed his degree after the war at The University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. His last formal education was acquired at the Royal Academy of Arts, Stockholm, through an American Scandinavian Foundation Fellowship.

    The next most influential experience of Glen’s career came from his association with Eliel and Eero Saarinen. This was the beginning of Glen’s career in Michigan and also of his association with and love for Cranbrook in Bloomfield Hills. The artists and architects he met throughout his career became life-time friends and, together, their generation shaped post-war modern architecture.

    Glen taught architecture for many years at the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning and also enjoyed a long association with Cranbrook Academy of Art. From 1966-1970, Glen served as president of the Art Academy while continuing as head of the architecture studio and operating Glen Paulsen and Associates. GPA merged with Tarapata, MacMahon Associates of Bloomfield Hills in 1969, becoming TMP Architecture. Inc. In addition, Glen was pleased to be a member of the Michigan Society of Architects and an AIA Fellow.

    Gifted with the ability to form lasting relationships with his students and colleagues, Glen was a natural mentor. It was gratifying to him that many of the men and women he taught and mentored kept in touch with him throughout their careers. Their letters, calls, and visits gave him a great deal of pleasure.

    Glen’s memorial service will be held at the First United Methodist Church, 128 Park St., Chelsea, Michigan 48118, on December 8, 2012, at 2 pm. A reception will follow the service.

    Glen was focused on leaving a legacy to help the educational institutions he loved. If you would like to share in his legacy, contributions in his memory may be made to either of the following: Taubman College of Architecture Alumni Scholarship Endowment, UM, 2000 Bonisteel Blvd, Ann Arbor, MI  48109, or The S. Glen Paulsen Memorial Fund, c/o Cranbrook Academy of Art, PO Box 801, Bloomfield Hills, MI  48303-0801.

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