Better Buildings to Help People Thrive – WELL v2
Better buildings to help people thrive.This is the simple but profound truth that has been at the center of a year-and-a-half of relentless work to take WELL to the next level. The WELL v2™ pilot was launched in May 2018 to try out the next version of the pioneering WELL Building Standard™.
Our speakers from the International WELL Building Institute in New York City are Dominic Ruiz and Jaclyn Whitaker, AIA, who will introduce the WELL v2 pilot, its scope, guiding principle,s and key enhancements. They will begin with an overview of how WELL v2 was developed, summarize enhancements to the structure of the rating system, including expanded concepts, improved scoring, and more flexible pathways for projects. Key changes to the certification process and on-going initiatives will be discussed.
Date & Time
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Bring your lunch; beverages provided.
35 E Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60601
This presentation is registered for continuing education credit:
WELL Feature Specific Learning Objectives (for logging WELL AP CEUs):
- Recall the WELL v2 concept-specific feature code for (V03) Feature 64, Interior Fitness Circulation of the WELL Building Standard v1.
- Describe the WELL v2 flexible pathways by space type for (A03) Feature 03, Ventilation Effectiveness of the WELL Building Standard v1.
- Summarize the WELL v2 intent for (L02) Feature 53, Visual Lighting Design, of the WELL Building Standard v1.
AIA: sign in to receive 1 LU/HSW
GBCI: For GBCI CEUs (LEED AP and WELL AP), these may be self-reported within GBCI Credentials using the course code 0920016502.
IDCEC: For IDCEC credits, ASID members wishing to receive credit to report to IDCEC can self-report, following the steps outlined here under “Courses Approved by Industry Relevant Organizations.”
SAH 2018 Excellence in Architecture Awards
On Friday, November 2nd 2018, the Society of Architectural Historians will hold its annual Awards for Architectural Excellence gala at the Arts Club of Chicago, bringing together leaders in Chicago’s architecture, design, real estate, and civic communities to celebrate the built environment. The SAH Awards recognize why good design matters, demonstrate how design impacts contemporary life, and validate why documenting and preserving our built cultural assets are critical. The SAH 2018 Excellence in Architecture Awards will be presented to:
Excellence in Design, Leadership and Service:
Cynthia Weese, FAIA, Founder and Principal, Weese Langley Weese; Dean (1993-2005) School of Architecture, Washington University
Excellence in Design, Academics and Scholarship:
Robert A.M. Stern, FAIA, Founder and Senior Partner, Robert A.M. Stern Architects; Dean (1993-2005) School of Architecture, Washington University
Excellence in Preservation Advocacy and Stewardship of the Built Environment
Harry Hunderman, FAIA and Deborah Slaton, Senior Principal and Principal, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.
The evening is a cocktail reception, awards presentation and silent auction (no sit down dinner), with leaders from Chicago’s design community networking with each other and celebrating our honorees.
Date & Time
Friday, November 2, 2018
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
The Arts Club of Chicago
201 E Ontario Street
Chicago, IL 60661
$195 Per Person
IIDA New England Fashion Show FREE Livestream
New England’s premier unconventional fashion show is back for its 20th year! Watch as two dozen of the best interior design firms and design schools team up with industry manufacturers and battle it out on the runway in front of a capacity crowd at the BCEC ballroom. Designers from each team don fashions that they’ve created exclusively from the tools of their trade –interior finishes, furnishings, light fixtures, etc. – and compete for cheers, awards and bragging rights. Join us for the FREE livestream!
IIDA New England Fashion Show 2018
Thursday, October 18th
Exam Application Dates
Applications Received January 16th – July 15th
Approval Notification for Fall Exams by or before August 15th
Registration & Scheduling July 1st – September 30th
Registered (purchased) exams must be taken in their current (FALL-OCTOBER) administration and cannot be rolled over to a different administration. CIDQ strongly recommends scheduling early to ensure seat availability and choice of dates. CIDQ cannot guarantee available seat and time for any candidate who waits to final days to begin process to schedule their exam.
Test October 1st – 31st
NEW Practice Exams for All Sections
Updated as of March 2018