The 2016 NOMA conference will be held in Los Angeles, October 12th - 15th. This event brings together professionals, students, and others from different disciplines to network and cultivate relationships. The theme this year is "Express Yourself - Unleashing the Power of Diverse Design". Don't miss out on your chance to be part of this amazing opportunity! For more information, … Continue reading 2016 NOMA CONFERENCE
Arrowstreet - Boston http://www.arrowstreet.com/studio/careers/ Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation Real Estate Director - Real Estate Director CSNDC 3 19 Project Manager - project manager csndc 3 19 designLAB architects Project Designer Click here to visit their website. Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) Resident Engineer (Clerk of the Works) – Boston, Central, West, … Continue reading Jobs
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Chapter of NOMAS will be holding a meeting on Friday, May 6th starting at Noon in the Room 10-401 of the Rogers Building. Phil Freelon, of The Freelon Group, will be in attendance. MIT NOMAS Meeting When: Friday, May 6th Where: MIT, Rogers Building, Room 10-401 Time: 12 PM, Noon … Continue reading MIT NOMAS Meeting with Phil Freelon
This month's BosNOMA meeting will be held August 30, 2016 at RumBa - Rum & Champagne Bar at the Intercontinental for social hour. RumBa is located at 510 Atlantic Ave, Boston MA. More info to come.
BosNOMA President, Racquel Davey, sat down with Modelo to discuss Racquel's unique approach and design philosophy. To read the full interview, see the link below: http://blog.modelo.io/racquel-davey-of-icon-architecture
Gerard Georges will speak at the third annual MedEd Facilities Conference which will be held on April 26-27 at the Seaport Hotel in Boston, MA. Georges session, entitled "Designing for Rapid Response, Ebola and Future Infectious Diseases" will be on Tuesday, April 26 from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM. The recent outbreak of Ebola in … Continue reading BOSNOMA’s Gerard Georges to Speak at MedEd
Social Equity has long been conceptualized as the third (and often last) leg of a triple bottom line sustainability stool. While LEED has driven environmental concerns to have equal footing with economic ones, we are just at the beginning of developing tools that allow us to measure and examine social equity results in a similar … Continue reading Social Equity in the Built Environment