William Higgins, FAIA
The International Committee's mission is to act as a clearinghouse for international marketing and practice information. The committee provides a networking forum for exchange of international practice knowledge, supports international protocol functions (such as reception of foreign professionals, response to foreign inquiries, and foreign internship placements and international relations), and acts as a liaison to the national AIA International Committee.
The U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations is requesting submissions to pre-qualify firms for services for the construction of fit out and finish work to complete the Diplomatic facilities contained in a newly constructed NATO Headquarters facility in Brussels, Belgium. The project will consist of the construction of secure diplomatic facilities to house U.S. Diplomatic functions. For more information, click here.
Please join the AIA San Francisco International Committee for its first International Town Hall meeting.
The purpose of the Town Hall meeting is to discuss the resources and opportunities that are available to chapter members in pursuing international work. This will be a brown-bag lunch, open-discussion forum with participants from various Bay Area organizations that are engaged in promoting and supporting the A/E/C professions’ international efforts.
Bring your questions, thoughts and experiences to share with the following participants ...