Community and educational outreach foster collaboration, and are important elements of AIASF’s mission. Our professional resources page contains a wealth of information for organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area and nationwide that can help you learn and engage with the variety and richness of the architectural and design community.
Architects licensed in California must complete 5 hours of coursework relating to ADA and/or California accessibility codes within the two years prior to each license renewal. Architects are responsible for reporting their individual hours as part of the renewal process. Please note that AIA does not report MCE hours to the State of California. For information on the specific license renewal requirement, visit the Continuing Education (CE) page on the California Architects Board website.
aecKnowledge enables members of the architecture, engineering, and construction industries to share knowledge and collective intellectual capital.
A 50-year-old, nonprofit association of private consulting engineering and land surveying firms in California.
The online resource for ASHRAE Region X, which covers California, Hawaii, Arizona, Baja Mexico, and parts of Nevada.
A model action plan designed to educate the public on how to reduce our carbon footprint and help preserve our environment.
For questions about licensure in California.
Architectural, historical, maintenance information, and other resources for owners and admirers of the Modernist-designed homes built in the Bay Area by the developer, Joseph Leopold Eichler.
BIM and collaboration software, training, support, and implementation services for architects, engineers, designers, and builders.
The source for technical and professional information specifically for the San Francisco region.
Lighting designers are a tremendous resource of innovative, practical, and economically viable lighting solutions.
For questions about licensure in other states.
The 90-minute course features Mark Cavagnero, FAIA, and four other industry leaders filmed at AIA San Francisco in fall 2012.
The trade association advancing best standards and practices through applied research, continuing education, and promotion of professional relations.
The nation's largest and oldest construction trade association.
USGBC Northern California educates, motivates, provides resources, and advocates for industry transformation to build and maintain sustainable communities.