Event Allied Member Roundtable

March 10, 2020 - 5:00pm

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image courtesy of Gensler




Social Gathering + Gensler Sneak Preview

Join us for an insider’s look at the new Austin office of a global integrated architecture, design, planning and consulting firm.
5- 7 pm – networking & refreshments
5:30 pm – Gensler introduction & tour

RSVP required. Space is limited and will fill up fast. 

About Gensler Austin
Gensler is the global architecture, design and planning firm behind a number of high-profile local projects shaping the future of the city, such as the Austin FC Major League Soccer Stadium, Domain Northside, and planned super-high rise 6 X Guadalupe — which will be the city’s tallest tower, Moody Arena, Block 164 at the Innovation District and Whole Foods headquarters expansion. Since opening in 2007, Gensler Austin has grown from a staff of six to more than 115. Their portfolio of work spans every major industry and includes office buildings, hotels, mixed-use developments, master planning, workplace interiors and Digital Experience Design. Founded in 1965, Gensler has more than 6,000 professionals across 48 locations worldwide who leverage the power of design to make the places where people live, work and play more impactful, inspiring and resilient.

The AIA Austin Allied Member Roundtable exists to recognize, educate and develop, and further the relationships with its members as they seek to support the vision of AIA Austin, and to identify ways to increase the value of Allied Membership for Allied Member businesses, and ways that Allied Members can best support the Chapter. Allied Membership is available to companies, organizations, and individuals who share an interest in the built environment as a professional colleague or enthusiast. Allied Members include those involved in roles allied to the field of architecture, like engineers, planners, landscape architects, craftspeople and artists, journalists, and professionals involved in government, educational, and legal services.

Connection with others in a deeper way leaves everyone feeling more empowered and valued. These discussion and connection times are what matter most in our Allied Members’ attempt to achieve success in an industry that is very relationship driven.

2020 Committee Chair: Eric Christensen
2020 Chair-Elect: Molly Emerick
AIA Austin Staff Liaison: Julia Brown