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The February 2021 issue includes:

– Build Back Better

– AIA Praises the U.S. for Rejoining the Paris Agreement

– Now What? On the President, the Pandemic, and Love

– Governor’s Council on Climate Change Finalizes Near-Term Climate Strategies

– CT Commits to Reduce Pollution – Invest in Transportation

– Architecture Students from the University of Hartford Receive Awards

– Embracing J.E.D.I.

– Perkins & Will and AIA Release a How-To Guide for Increasing Diversity in Architecture

And more…

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Architect 2 -Connecticut Housing Finance Authority
This position is responsible to review architectural design and construction documents submitted to CHFA for new developments and rehabilitation projects, ensuring that all housing construction adheres to Building and Life Safety Codes, fire codes, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations as well as CHFA, local, state and federal requirements, including environmental remediation regulations. Review and ensure all proposed construction costs for projects financed by CHFA are acceptable, accurate, and within published CHFA Standards.
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Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Architecture – University of Hartford
Assistant Professor of Architecture with the opportunity to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in architecture and urban design.
Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in the Department of Architecture with a teaching load of 9 equivalent credits per semester. There will also be opportunities to teach in our innovative University Interdisciplinary Studies program. Candidates should show a willingness and ability to employ technology in teaching. Additionally, candidates will be expected to remain active in creative/scholarly pursuits and seek opportunities for peer-reviewed publications. Successful applicants will be expected to participate in department and school committees, advise students, and contribute to student recruitment and retention. Significant opportunities exist for research collaboration with faculty members within CETA, with industrial partners, and across the University.
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Kenneth Boroson Architects has an opening for an experienced Job Captain. For details, please visit You may apply through the website or send a cover letter, resume and portfolio to Erin Michaud at Kenneth Boroson Architects is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Architect-for architectural office in Litchfield County, Connecticut. A mix of residential and commercial work. Min 5 years’ experience with strong technical knowledge and construction administration required, CAD essential.  Full or Part-Time.

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Peter Talbot AA Architects
(860) 868-9400 (Fax)
Prominent Architectural Firm in Westport CT seeks talented, experienced staff assistance with our newest projects.    Interviewing for sub-contract professionals with the possibility of full-time employment.   Must be skilled in AutoCad.  Minimum of 5-8 years professional experience in high-end residential architecture.  Attention to detail is paramount.  Ability to design and draft remotely will be required, however local candidates only – relocation expense not offered.

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Due to the current health crisis, paper document and code book sales will be delayed for 4-6 weeks.
We recommend purchasing the On Demand contract documents directly from AIA.

AIA Connecticut is a distributor of AIA contract documents produced by the American Institute of Architects, the most widely used standard contract in the construction industry. Typically, architects and other parties to the design and building process use AIA Contract Documents to support agreements relating to design and construction services.
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