AIA San Antonio’s Knowledge Communities and Networks offer members the chance to engage with the issues that are most important to them and to their practice. It’s a place for like-minded professionals to meet, discuss, and share information on their common interests. Attend upcoming monthly meeting for one or more of the groups and learn more about upcoming events and opportunities to connect.
The Custom Residential Architects Network (CRAN) Knowledge Community develops knowledge and information to benefit architects who are engaged in, or who are interested in learning more about, custom residential practice. CRAN presents information and facilitates the exchange of knowledge and expertise to promote the professional development of its members via discussion forums, national symposia and conventions, publications, and local activities.
The AIA San Antonio Latinos in Architecture Network supports our local communities by participating in volunteer opportunities, investing in community issues, strengthening relationships between professionals in the field of architecture and design and promoting professional and student work. LiA aims to positively influence students aspiring to become architects and designers by providing guidance and expertise.
AIA San Antonio Young Architects (SAYA) aim to provide ample networking, professional growth and development, and public outreach through interaction and collaboration with the community and AIA. We promote the value of AIA membership and promote the path towards licensure through increased knowledge sharing of our Design Professionals, Young Architects and all A/E/C emerging professionals.
The AIA San Antonio Women in Architecture Network supports our local communities by participating in volunteer opportunities, investing in community issues, strengthening relationships between professionals in the field of architecture and design and promoting professional and student work. We aim to positively influence women aspiring to become architects and designers by providing guidance and expertise.
AIA National has written a mission statement for all COTE committees. Locally, we strive to advance, involve, and educate the building community and the public on best design practices and their effects on the environment.
The San Antonio chapter of the American Institute of Architects Healthcare Knowledge Group (HcKg) is a local component of the Academy of Architecture for Health. The committee hopes to encourage dialog between healthcare architects, planners, designers, engineers, contractors and healthcare facility managers in and around the San Antonio area.
The mission of the local San Antonio Historic Resources is to identify, understand, and preserve architectural heritage in the Alamo City. HR is engaged in promoting the role of the historic architect within the profession through the development of information and knowledge among members, allied professional organizations, and the public. Meetings are held at Noon on the first Wednesday of each month at the Center for Architecture and are open to anyone interested in the preservation of San Antonio’s architectural heritage.