Outreach

 

What Architects Bring to the Community

Speaker’s Bureau

Flood Recovery Guidelines


How To Build A School in Connecticut:

Building Your Team: First Step

A Primer


See below:

David LaBau Scholarship

Canstruction®

Updates from the State Building Inspector

School Facility Workshop


David LaBau Scholarship

David LaBau

The S/L/A/M Collaborative in conjunction with the University of Hartford has established “The David N. LaBau Memorial Architecture Scholarship” at the newly accredited program. The scholarship will be awarded to a student enrolled in the second year of the

Master of Architecture program in the College of Engineering, Technology and Architecture who demonstrates outstanding academic work and leadership.

David LaBau, a former president of AIA Connecticut, was instrumental in the establishment of the Architecture program at the University of Hartford. In addition, he was one of a small group of professionals that founded the Construction Institute at the University to bring together the fragmented components of the industry to solve mutual problems and improve the quality of design and construction delivery to clients.

Donations may be made to:
Roz Reaback, Director Major and Leadership Gifts
Office of Development
University of Hartford
200 Bloomfield Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06117


Canstruction®

Canstruction

Canstruction® is a deliciously inventive charity program which inspires teams comprised of school children and architectural firms to work together to raise awareness of the national and worldwide hunger epidemic. It combines charity and the innovative spirit of creativity in a very unique design and build competition. Teams design and build extraordinary structures using canned foods as their primary building material. The self-supporting works of art can be as large as ten feet tall, with the colors of product labels becoming the artists’ palette. Building blocks, as small as tiny tuna cans and as big as industrial-sized tomato sauce containers, are creatively incorporated into the designs. At the conclusion of the event all the food items are donated to the Connecticut Food Bank and Foodshare.

If you are are interested in partnering with a school, please contact Pat O’Brien.

Canstruction 2017® was held on Thursday, March 30 at  the Connecticut Food Bank in Wallingford, CT.
AIA Connecticut is pleased to partner with the Connecticut Food Bank for this event.

Participating teams (view video by JCJ Architecture):
The King School with Perkins Eastman – “Millennium FalCAN” – Best Meal Award
Gideon Welles School with JCJ Architecture – “Take a Bite Out of Hunger” – Most Creative Award

Past Canstruction® award recipients: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006



Updates from the State Building Inspector

  • Drafts of the 2009 Amendment to the State Building Code and the Connecticut State Fire Safety Code
  • Memo to Interested Parties – 2009 Amendment
  • Review of the 2005 State Building Code for Compliance with Public Act 07-272 Addressing Sustainable Design Energy RequirementsUpdates
  • Interpretations

Please continue to check the Office of the State Building Inspector’s home page for information on code changes.
Interpretations from the State Building Inspector



School Facility Workshop

School Facility Workshop Presentation (November 6, 2015)