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Op-ed by Rick Mohler AIA, Principal at Mohler + Ghillino Architects, Associate Professor & Graduate Program Coordinator at UW Department of Architecture. 

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Save the date! Join our Corporate Allied Partner Parker, Smith & Feek, Inc. on March 9 for an hour-long Continuing Education class on risk management and contractual negotiation. Learn from the pros & earn 1 LU. Don't wait—register today! 

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AIA Austin showcases women architects in current exhibit: 

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Are you an Associate member looking to get involved? Are you an experienced architect with knowledge to share? Join Laddership tomorrow, February 16 for the annual winter bowling event! Learn more about the Laddership program on our website: https://www.aiaseattle.org/career/laddership/

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ICYMI: Today is the final day of early bird pricing for #MedDesign2017!
Follow the link & register today to receive 15% off this comprehensive 2-day forum on the evolving landscape of healthcare design PLUS a project tour of the award-winning Seattle Children's South Clinic in Federal Way!

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Join us tomorrow from 12pm -1pm at the Center for Architecture & Design for a presentation by the Access Map and OpenSidewalks team in conjunction with our current exhibit, #OpentoAll http://bit.ly/2kUrvLe #accessibility #InclusiveDesign

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#MedDesign2017 is just around the corner! During the "Rethinking the Box" panel, owners will discuss four adaptive-reuse projects: big box conversions from retail spaces into healthcare facilities. Join our speakers to learn about surprising insights and challenges from this unconventional approach to facility management. Register by this Thursday, February 2 to take advantage of early bird pricing: http://bit.ly/2h2W2TP
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Over 250 firms have joined the Architects Advocate for Climate Change (AACC) alliance.

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CitySwipe aims to "make what has always been an opaque and notoriously confusing system more transparent, inclusive and efficient for the public, planners and developers alike." What are your thoughts about this new tool?
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