AIA Utah Committees
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We rely on our volunteers - Architect, Associate, Emeritus, Fellows and Allied Members - to help shape the role that good design plays in creating better spaces for live, work, and play. With over 650 members, AIA Utah promotes positive change through the power of design.
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BEC / Committee On The Environment (COTE)
To provide Building Envelope education that is relevant to Utah Built Environment practitioners. The BEC committee works to elevate talent and help our members compete in varied markets.
Chair: Chamonix Larsen, AIA
Honors and Awards Committee
The honors and awards committee is dedicated to recognizing the best architecture in Utah.
Chair: Mimi Locher, FAIA
Government Affairs Committee
To promote and enhance the health and safety of all Utahans in the built environment through relationship building, and lobbying of government officials.
Chair: Corey Solum, AIA
Public Relations (PR) Committee
We are the voice of AIA Utah connecting the members, the public and our communities throughout the region.
Urban Design Committee
We communicate and research significant public or private development in the state of Utah. The group serves as a community resource to promote and advocate on behalf of a better built environment for Utah.
Young Architects’ Forum (YAF)
The AIA Utah Young Architects Forum's purpose is to encourage the participation of younger members in AIA Utah’s programs and activities, and to assist young designers in their professional growth and to educate the public about the value of quality design.
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