The First Annual NGA Architects Forum

Date: 8 September 2011
Source: http://www.glass.org
At GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window and Door ExpoThe NGA Architects Forum was created so that architects can gain insight into the design opportunities and challenges posed by trends in energy efficiency, decorative appeal, and security of the building envelope.

Architects who attend this event will learn more about the fenestration and glass industries, network with peers, and earn AIA/CES Learning Units.

The Forum features dynamic, informative, renowned speakers; peer-to-peer roundtable discussions; unique topics about the evolution of design; and a networking reception.

This event takes place September 13-14, 2011 in conjunction with GlassBuild America in Atlanta.

Benefits

  • Network with your peers.
  • Hear nationally known and relevant speakers.
  • Obtain first-hand insights from architectural experts and industry leaders.
  • Participate in interactive roundtable discussions.
  • Earn up to 9 AIA CEU credits at the Forum and the Seminars on September 14, 2011.

Cost

  • $185 per person if you register early. $225 for onsite registrations.
  • Registration fee includes:  GlassBuild America registration, tickets to educational seminars (Thursday 9/14), AIA credits, lunch, all presentations, and networking reception.

 

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Date: 8 September 2011
Source: http://www.glass.org

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