PHOTO: Rice University Moody Center. Maltzan Architecture.

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03.03.20  Ric. Abramson, FAIA, has been named the head of the City of West Hollywood’s Urban Design & Architecture Studio. Archinect caught up with Ric. for an interview here.

02.19.20  More news involving AIA|LA Women in Architecture Committee leadership who are busy “increasing the number of female architects.” 2020 AIA|LA WiA Co-Chair Chiara Bonsignori, Assoc. AIA – Associate, Corgan, and Vice Chair Jennifer Noel Wong, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BD+C – Designer, CO Architects have both passed their CSE exams and are officially architects.

02.05.20  Ashley Richardson, AIA has been elevated to Principal at EYRC.  Ashley is the former AIA|LA Design Awards Committee Chair and is currently the Co-Vice Chair of the Women in Architecture Committee. In addition to her firm management responsibilities, Ashley is currently EYRC’s senior project manager working closely with design build team members Kitchell, HKS and SWA on the 2,000 bed Future College Living and Learning Neighborhood at UC San Diego.

01.30.20 HED Joins JUST
National architecture and engineering firm HED is proud to announce that it has joined JUST, a program of the International Living Future Institute (ILFI). JUST serves as a tool to help organizations measure their progress on a range of indicators about social justice, equity, diversity, inclusion, and sustainability. The firm is embracing this transparency tool as a way to communicate its intentions and commitments in these realms with the firm’s 470-person team, its clients, its communities, and its industry peers. Read the Full Story

PHOTO: Rice University Moody Center. Maltzan Architecture.