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On The Boards

A placement in On the Boards in Inform magazine showcases your projects to project owners, contractors, facility managers, CEOs, local and state governments, and real estate developers.

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On The Boards

A placement in On the Boards in Inform magazine showcases your projects to project owners, contractors, facility managers, CEOs, local and state governments, and real estate developers.

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On The Boards

A placement in On the Boards in Inform magazine showcases your projects to project owners, contractors, facility managers, CEOs, local and state governments, and real estate developers.

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VSAIA Legislative Update

February news from the VSAIA.

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On the Boards

A placement in On the Boards in Inform magazine showcases your projects to project owners, contractors, facility managers, CEOs, local and state governments, and real estate developers.

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Dean Davis Named Design Futures Council Senior Fellow

Jack Davis, FAIA, dean of the Virginia Tech College of Architecture and Urban Studies, and VSAIA President-elect for 2014, is now a Senior Fellow of the Design Futures Council. Also selected in 2009 as one of the nation’s Most Admired Educators by DesignIntelligence, the publication of the Design Futures Council, Davis is the Reynolds Metal […]

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Virginia’s Natural Bridge for Sale

Octogenarian owners expect $30 million plus for the historic landmark.

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Virginia Design Forum II

Reprinted from the 1996 number 3 issue of Inform, here is a synopsis of the second Virginia Design Forum themed “Form: Origin + Intent” and held in Williamsburg March 22-23, 1996.

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The American House

As the VSAIA Design Forum Committee plans for the next event in 2014, readinform.com offers a series of snapshots of forums past. This one is from 1998.

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Time to Update the Member Directory

Reminders and submission forms for the 2012 VSAIA Architecture Firm and Member directories went out in the mail recently. Please get those back at your earliest convenience. And if you did not receive the mailing—or even if you’re just not sure—please contact Shanelle Calvin, scalvin@aiava.org.

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