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The OAA is now accepting entries for the 2015 OAA Awards. The OAA Awards highlights the best in architectural design and innovation by Ontario. See the link below for complete Award details and submission forms. The submission deadline is January 26, 2015...
As the OAA building passes 20 years old, the building requires extensive maintenance, and its energy use is significantly above average for a low rise office building. OAA Council saw this as an opportunity to review all aspects of the building!...
Get up to date on changes to the 2012 OBC as they relate to Part 10 buildings and Part 11 buildings. Registration is now open to both OAA members and non-members. As this is an interactive workshop, space is strictly limited to 50 participants per session.....
The Branly Museum, Photo: Terri Meyer Boake
In this issue's feature we explore the 2030 Challenge. In 2005 AIA adopted the 2030 Challenge which seeks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions within the building sector by establishing targets. The OAA also adopted the challenge....More »
The OAA+2030 Professional Education Series helps design professionals create buildings that meet the energy efﬁciency goals of the Architecture 2030 Challenge®. Registration is Now Available. Click here to Register.......More »
The Ontario Association for Applied Architectural Sciences (OAAAS) is an association for technologists working in the architectural field. Through OAAAS, a qualified professional can become a Licensed Technologist OAA and member of the Ontario Association of Architects ...More »