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Friday, November 12, 2010

The American Institute of Architects - 2010 TAP - National #BIM fest today 11/12/10 in 10 cities.

Better late than never.  Looks like the AIA has finally realized that the great BIM is the only way out.  I can't wait to hear Randy, Kimon and Phil speak.  Walk towards the light, the light of the white background of Revit.  Take a look at the agenda.  There's something for everyone.  If you're not convinced BIM is the answer, please explain why the AIA is putting on this event across the country (except in my lame tech backwards state of Florida of course). 

New Technologies, Alliances, Practices

Technology in Project Design, Delivery and Facility Management

November 12, 2010
AIA National Headquarters
Washington, DC

Registration- you can still register for an individual web connection!

The American Institute of Architects in collaboration with International Facility Management Association invite you participate with fellow practitioners and allied professionals as part of the New Technologies, Alliances, Practices | Technology in Project Design, Delivery and Facility Management conference. This will be a special national conference using fresh presentation formats and new web-collaboration techniques to address application of technology in the full spectrum of project delivery structures and ongoing facility management.

The Multi-venue Hybrid Conference organized by AIA Technology in Architectural Practice KC in collaboration with AIA Center for Integrated Practice, AIA Project Delivery KC and IFMA, will be a one day event taking place November 12, 2010, focused on the use of technology in the design, delivery and management of architectural projects.


If you would like to attend a regional venue, you can still register onsite! Please download a registration form and bring it with you to the venue of your choice. The addresses are listed below! 

If you have problems registering, please call Leigh Frigm at 202-626-7382.

View the Conference Plenary Schedule and the Conference Plenary Descriptions.

This web site will be updated as more information becomes available. You can also visit the TAP Ning site for more detail.  

Regional Venue Information

Please note that each venue has a maximum seating capacity. Once a capacity has been reached, interested attendees can be put on a waiting list by submitting an email request to register@aia.org. You will be contacted in the event that additional seating becomes available.  For more information regarding venue logistics, please contact the respective AIA Staff member identified for each site.

If you are unable to attend the conference at one of the Regional venues, you can register for an Individual Web Connection that will allow you to access the three plenary sessions online, via WebEx!

Traveling to DC for the event? Here is a list of accommodations and travel information!


AIA Contact




AIA New Mexico

Jean Gibson,nmdirector@aianewmexico.org



7601 Jefferson NE., Suite 100, Albuquerque, NM 87109

AIA Chicago

Joan Pomerance,pomarancj@aiachicago.org



35 E. Wacker Dr., Suite 250, Chicago, IL 60601

AIA Columbus

Gwen Berlekamp,gberlekamp@aiacolumbus.org



380 East Broad Street, Columbus OH 43215

AIA Dallas

 Greg Brown,gbrown@aiadallas.org



Dallas Center for Architecture, 1909 Woodall Rodgers, Frwy, Suite 100, Dallas, TX 75201

AIA Los Angeles

Steve Tanner,steve@aialosangeles.org



3780 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 800, Los Angeles, CA 90010

AIA National

Kimberly Yoho, kyoho@aia.org



1735 New York Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20006-5292

AIA New York

Laura Trimble, ltrimble@aiany.org



536 LaGuardia Place, NY, NY 10012

AIA Phoenix

 Diana Smith, Diana@aia-arizona.org



Orcutt Winslow 3003 N. Central Ave, Suite 1600, Phoenix, AZ 85012

AIA Salt Lake City




268 S. State Street, 2nd Floor Meeting Room, Suite 190, Salt Lake City, UT 84111

AIA San Francisco

Stacy Williams,swilliams@aiasf.org



130 Sutter Street, Suite 600, San Francisco, CA 94104-4004

  The AIA reserves the right to change the address of a venue location(s) as may be required by local circumstances.


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