Pub. 2 2021-2022 Issue 3

By Robert Pinon, AIA President AIA Utah

What do you strive for? As architects, we have a unique opportunity to serve our community by adding to the existing fabric, creating spaces and buildings that provide an impact on those who occupy the space. As architects, we find ourselves building upon yesterday’s lessons, sharing the space we practice in with the next generation while perfecting what drives us. In a world of ever-challenging issues, we find comfort in doing the best we can with all we have. So, to that point, what do we strive for, and how can we stay focused on becoming better architects?

By Michael Smith, CAE Executive Director AIA Utah

Hello to the Utah Architectural community! My name is Michael Smith; I am AIA Utah’s new executive director. I represent a local association management company the AIA Utah Board has engaged to operate the Utah chapter. I know the Utah A/E/C industry well; I have worked with associations in the Utah-built environment for almost twenty years. Before working in the association world, I served on the staff of Governor Michael Leavitt and Governor Olene Walker. 

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