com)-- DPR Construction's (DPR) San Diego regional headquarters was recently honored with an "Award of Merit" for Interior Renovation by the American Institute of Architects California Council and Savings By Design group.
What does AIACC stand for?
AIACC stands for American Institute of Architects California Council
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- American Institute of Architects Cheapeake Bay Chapter (Annapolis, MD)
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- American Institute of Architects Continental Europe
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- American Institute of Architects Central Valley
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About The Change Conference McGraw-Hill Construction and The American Institute of Architects California Council created the Change Conference to: -- Explore fundamental changes to the way work is done in design and construction.
The American Institute of Architects California Council (AIACC) has awarded The AIA Monterey Bay Chapter a $5,000 grant for a project designed to promote awareness and appreciation for architecture of the last 50 years.