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|AIA Seattle Announces 2011 Travel Scholarship Winner|
|Thursday, 28 April 2011 07:47|
Joe Mayo of Mahlum to study wood construction technology
Mayo has been a staff member at Mahlum for the past three years. He specializes in graphics development and digital support, focusing primarily on Mahlum’s student housing projects. A LEED Accredited Professional, Mayo supports design efforts with daylighting studies, climatic analysis and LEED tracking, as well as research on environmental issues such as passive ventilation and alternative material selection. He is currently working on the West Campus Housing project, a 4-block mixed-use residential development for the University of Washington. Joe holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Washington and a Master of Architecture from the University of Oregon. Before joining Mahlum, Joe was an AmeriCorps Service volunteer working in environmental restoration and also building homes for low-income families. These issues of socially conscience and environmentally responsible architecture are important to Mayo and inform his professional practice.
Mayo’s honor will be announced at the AIA Seattle Honors Dinner held May 21.
The AIA Seattle Emerging Professionals Travel Scholarship expands the experience and opportunities of young professionals, encourages cross-cultural dialogue in the profession, and shares knowledge from architecture practice around the globe with members in Puget Sound. AIA Seattle Members or Associate Members who have graduated from an accredited architecture program within the last seven years are eligible to apply for the scholarship. It is funded by contributions by Seattle-area Fellows of the American Institute of Architects (FAIAs) and AIA members. For more information, visit http://www.aiaseattle.org/node/1922
|Last Updated on Thursday, 28 April 2011 07:58|