Architectural technologists key role in building design and performance

  • 15 Feb 2016

howardchapmanHoward Chapman, Buildingtalk Editor. A video reminder about why join Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) plus news about the latest CIAT Awards.

Excellence in Architectural Technology Awards 2016

1-Fullscreen capture 15022016 093726The CIAT Excellence in Architectural Technology Awards for 2016 has just been launched.

The Awards are a timely reminder of the key role that architectural technologists play in optimising the design of buildings in terms of the function, performance and use, efficiency and effectiveness of their construction and environmental impact and sustainability.

The Awards are the top CIAT accolades that demonstrate outstanding achievement and excellence in the technology of architecture.

 

They are open Awards, which allows individuals and/or practices from all built environment disciplines to enter for projects of all sizes — there are no restrictions.

Winners and their projects will be featured in a specially printed booklet, the Institute’s magazine and through social media channels.

Here is a link for more details – or you can watch videos about winners in previous years.

Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT)

Watch the video below to find out about the benefits of joining CIAT.

 

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