Thursday May 2nd 2013
AIA Newark and Suburban Architects & The Architects League of Northern NJ
proudly present the 24th Annual 2013 AIA TRADE SHOW at:
Marriott at Glenpointe – Teaneck, NJ
15 Continuing Education Seminars
Over 65 Architectural Exhibitors
Door Prizes & More
VIEW THE GRAND PRIZE!
Special AIA Associate Prizes | Sponsored by Kaplan Construction Education
One (1) Complete A.R.E. Exam Review Library
One (1) Complete Set of the Seven On-Demand Review Courses
SEMINARS 1:00PM-4:20PM please register with each provider
TRADE SHOW 4:00PM -8:00PM
Show admission and seminars free to all AIA members
Prepaid Buffet Dinner for ALL
AIA Newark-Suburban & Architects’ League Members
Food and beverages for all others: $40 charge plus cash bar
Advance registration is not required for attendance, however registration for seminars is mandatory.
Please register with individual providers
This event is closed to vendors who are not participating
Thursday December 12, 2013
Join us for our Annual Meeting and Sponsor Appreciation Dinner
Appetizers, Cash Bar, Dinner
6:00 – 9:30PM
2 LUs earned – Please register below
Featuring two distinguished speakers:
John Ike, Principal Ike Kligerman Barkley Architects
John Ike, a founding principal of Ike Kligerman Barkley, has been practicing architecture for over 25 years. He received his Bachelor of Arts in 1977 from Colorado College, and graduated with his Master of Architecture from the Graduate School of Architecture and Planning, Columbia University, in 1980. Since founding the firm, he has directed all phases of Ike Kligerman Barkley’s operation, including design, production of contract documents, construction, contract negotiations and cost review. His portfolio includes private residences throughout the United States, office buildings, multi-family residential buildings, showrooms, synagogues and community centers. Ike Kligerman Barkley’s work is articulated in a variety of styles, synthesizing historical precedent with contemporary vision. The firm has been a part of the AD100 since 1995, and in 2013 was honored with the DDB Stars of Design Award. Ike Kligerman Barkley: Houses, their first monograph, was published by the Monacelli Press in 2010.
Hugh H. Trumbull, AIA, Principal, Kohn Pedersen Fox
Hugh Trumbull, who has 19 years of professional design experience in the United States and Asia, received both his Master and Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University. Since joining KPF in 1994, he has worked on commercial, mixed-use, hospitality, residential and master planning projects that range from 100,000 to 10 million square feet of development. As Designer, Mr. Trumbull led the master plan and design of Centra Metropark, which involved the redevelopment and repositioning of a 4-story office building in Iselin, New Jersey. The LEED Platinum-certified building has won numerous AIA design awards. He also led the design of Realogy’s corporate headquarters in Madison, New Jersey; transforming a 225,000-square-foot call center into a Class A sustainable office. Trumbull’s experience in Asia includes the China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) Headquarters in Beijing, whose innovative design was recognized with the HKIA Architecture Award of Merit in Sustainable Design (2007). He also served as Senior Designer for the redevelopment of the Hong Kong Electric Company Headquarters.
The evening will also include a book signing by Howard Horii, FAIA. Truth in the Rivers features watercolors painted by Howard, some of which depict the internment camp in Arizona where he, his family and thousands of other Japanese Americans were relocated during World War II.
Free to All AIANS Members (regular, associate and allied)
$25 for interns attending with a member
$50 for all others
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KSI Professional Engineers
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