AIA conference party at Hudson Mercantile

AIA Conference Party 2018

New York, NY – Building Blocks is co-sponsoring a rooftop party during the AIA Conference on Architecture with Boston Valley Terra Cotta, Graphisoft, Walter P. Moore, and YKK AP.

 

The evening is hosted by the Architect’s Newspaper. Most importantly, we invite all AIA conference attendees to toast the city and the summer.

Summer in the City

June 21, 2018

6:00 to 8:30 pm

 

Hudson Mercantile

500 W 36th Street

New York, NY 10018

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AIA Education at Smith + Gill

Chicago, IL – Building Blocks will deliver two continuing education programs at Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill this spring. The first focuses on the high-performance capabilities of glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC). It defines the manufacturing, system capabilities, and design. Similarly, the second session expands on GFRC fundamentals. It specifically covers recladding and overcladding projects.

 

Building Blocks is an American Institute of Architects (AIA) approved provider of continuing education. As a result, we give Lunch & Learn presentations for practicing architects. We teach sessions about GFRC and terra cotta. See more information about the AIA CEU courses we offer here.

AIA education at SOM

AIA Education at SOM

Chicago, IL – Building Blocks will host a Lunch & Learn session at the Chicago offices of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill next week. The session focuses on the high-performance capabilities of glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC). It defines the manufacturing, system capabilities, and design. The session also illustrates the value of GFRC for complex facade skins. Similarly, it discusses the role of GFRC in facade innovation. We look at some of today’s best architecture and how it uses GFRC.

 

Building Blocks is an American Institute of Architects (AIA) approved provider of continuing education. As a result, we give Lunch & Learn presentations for practicing architects. We teach sessions about GFRC and terra cotta. See more information about the AIA CEU courses we offer here.