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Architectural Engineering Institute

The Architectural Engineering Institute (AEI) was created by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) in 1998 to be the professional home of architectural engineers and to address the needs of the architectural engineering profession. The mission of AEI is “to serve the building community by promoting an integrated, multi-disciplinary approach to planning, design, construction, and operation of buildings and by encouraging excellence in practice, education, and research of architectural engineering.” AEI is the home for all professionals in the building industry. AEI provides a multi-disciplinary national forum for members of, but not limited to, the architectural engineering, structural, mechanical, electrical, and architectural communities.

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Listen to leading experts in the architectural engineering field on September 17 and 18.  AEI's sessions begin with a workshop on The Future of the AEC Industry: Imagining New Possibilities led by David Odeh, Jessica Fitzwilson and Wil Srubar. This is followed by sessions that includeHigh Performance Buildings: Building the Future, presented by AEI Past President, Amy Hackney, with presentations from winners of the 2020 AEI Professional Project Awards where designers will share case studies of some of the most innovative high performance buildings constructed.


Featured Speakers

David J. OdehDavid J. Odeh, SE, PE, SECB, F.SEI, F.ASCE, Odeh Engineers, Inc.
The Future of the AEC Industry: Imagining New Possibilities

Jessica FitzwilsonJessica Fitzwilson, LEED AP BD+C, Turner Construction Company, Ohio Regional Manager for Turner Logistics & Global Sourcing Solutions, an entity within Turner Construction
The Future of the AEC Indus try: Imagining New Possibilities

Wil V. Srubar IIIWil V. Srubar III, PhD, A.M.ASCE, Associate Professor, University of Colorado Boulder
The Future of the AEC Industry: Imagining New Possibilities

Amy HackneyAmy Hackney, PE, LEED AP BD+C, Senior Principal, Simspon Gumpertz & Heger (SGH)
High Performance Buildings: Building the Future