The Small Firms Committee of the American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter provides a group source for collecting and sharing knowledge among architects of small firms and mostly residential projects. Monthly meetings include professional presentations and round-table discussions of topics relevant to our business and the unique qualities of working in the Bay Area.
Meets: 3rd Thursday of the month, 8:30 am
San Francisco Design Center, Showplace Building lobby cafe, 2 Henry Adams Street
Visit the Small Firms Committee Yahoo Group.
Monthly Meeting Minutes
Small Firms Committee monthly meeting minutes are available to download in PDF format.
|2015||September||Historic Preservation with Tina Tam Senior Planner||View|
|2015||August||Getting Paid: Part 2||View|
|2015||July||CBC Updates with Kirk Means and Rick Halloran of DBI||View|
|2015||June||RDT Update and Getting Paid||View|
|2015||May||Simplifying Planning Submittals||View|
|2015||April||Title 24 Lighting - Kelly Cunningham, UCD Lighting Technology Center||View|
|2015||March||CEQA with ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING DIRECTOR SARAH JONES||View|
|2015||February||BALL PARKING, CONSTRUCTION BUDGETING with Jaimie Stewart of Landmark Builders||View|
|2015||January||PLANNING DEPT. BRAINSTORM and 2015 MEETING TOPICS||View|
|2014||August||New Title 24 codes and LED lighting||View|
|2014||February||Survey results discussion and Top 10 topics for 2014||View|
|2013||October||Linda Herman, Project Management discussion||View|
|2013||June||Firm Succession, CEQA, Constructed Realities||View|
|2013||April||Clients, Constructed Realities, AIASF Home Tours||View|
|2013||March||Advantages of being a sole proprietor, Adding admin staff||View|
|2013||February||Getting information to contractors, Three C's of good drawings||View|
In collaboration with the American Society of Landscape Architects, Northern California Chapter, AIA San Francisco presents Small Firms, Great Projects - a magazine publication, online and companion exhibition showcasing the innovative and award-winning work of local architecture and design professionals. The program provides a venue for small firms to showcase their best work and highlights the talent and diversity of those practicing in the San Francisco Bay Area. An inspiring catalog of design ideas and style that is both engaging and ...