In 2012, the AIA Michigan Board approved the establishment of a separate Architect’s Political Action Committee to provide financial support to those Michigan lawmakers that support legislation beneficial to Michigan architects. APAC takes a non-partisan approach: we support democrats, republicans, and independents who have demonstrated their support for our goals and objectives.Read More >>
It all started in 1894 when Hendrick Eikenhout opened his roofing supply company on Wealthy Street. Still headquartered at the original site at 346 Wealthy Street in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Eikenhout has expanded over the decades to seven branches throughout the state.Read More >>
If you were asked, you could probably come up with a name or a face of someone who helped guide you, formally or informally, through your early years of architectural practice. Perhaps it was a supervisor for you or your first boss, a previous professor or a friend of a friend. We all know how important those relationships have been for our career and even personal development.Read More >>
The Master of Architecture Degree at Kendall College of Art and Design has been a long time coming, but now it is rushing forward and arriving soon. Here is the quick version of what has happenedRead More >>
Architectural design agreements should be carefully drafted to identify the extent to which someone may duplicate or otherwise use the resulting work product. In the legal context, that concept isRead More >>
Join us for the second ever AIA-GR bowling night, a fun and relaxed evening of bowling and catching up with your favorite people (your fellow architects and designers, obviously, and their possibly more athletically inclined friends/relatives).
Thursday, April 10, 2014
Clique Lanes (Upper Level), 533 Stocking, NW, Grand Rapids
5:30 p.m. Cocktails/6:00 p.m. Bowling
$10 Per Person Includes 2 Hours of Bowling, Shoe Rental, Pizza, and Drinks!