It is no secret that Colorado is growing, and that Colorado architects are charged with designing our future. We are seeing dramatic changes in the architectural landscape all around us—from Denver to the Western Slope, Fort Collins to Pueblo.
Since 2014, Colorado has gained approximately 265,059 residents. And while this influx of people can be good news in many ways, it can also spur growing pains.
Today’s architect must consider not only their own career, personal and organization’s growth, but also the complex reality of the growth of their own communities and how to approach it in a responsible and sustainable way.
That is why we’ve chosen to tackle this complex reality at our 2018 Practice + Design Conference scheduled for October 11-13 in Keystone, Colorado.
There, we will feature numerous speakers and opportunities for the best minds in our industry to gain insights and inspiration, learn from industry leaders and network with more than 600 design professionals.
Registration will open this spring, to book your hotel room now, click here.
And, if you’d like to apply to speak at the conference, click here.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Household hazardous waste disposal and recycle event for El Paso and Teller County, CO residents.
El Paso County Household Hazardous Waste Facility
3255 Akers Dr., Colorado Springs, 80922
Enter by driving north on Akers Drive from Constitution.
Exit by driving north on Akers to North Carefree.
Entrance to the event will close promptly at 2:00pm.
Registration is required. Register Now. The event is free; donations will be accepted for the Colorado Institute for Social Impact, the education social enterprise of BBB of Southern Colorado which provides resources to deserving students. Cash, check, credit cards accepted.
Waste must be in labeled, non-leaking containers that can be left at the site. Any unacceptable items may be rejected.
NO BUSINESS WASTE.
- Automotive products (Motor oil limit is ten gallons per vehicle)
- Fluorescent lighting (limited to 100’ feet per household)
- Household chemicals
- Lawn and garden chemicals
- Mattresses and box springs (limit four (4) total pieces per household)
- Paint and paint products
- Electronics, including TVs or monitors any size
- (Limit three (3) TOTAL TVs and/or monitors any size)
- Tires (Limited to nine (9) per household)
- Business Waste
- Containers larger than 5 gallons
- Lab grade or industrial chemicals or products
- Unlabeled or leaking containers
For information, call 719-520-7878
Bring in your own project, help work on our PPM projects, or discuss the world of robotics.
Are you new? Cool! This is open to the public. Come on in, we want to grow this network. We ask new faces to RSVP. It helps the core volunteer group plan the day.
Pikes Peak Makerspace
Saturday, October 13 at 10:00 AM
We are preparing for a robot contest so this meetup is loosely organized through the summer.
For full details, including the address, and to RSVP see: https://www.meetup.com/Colorado-Springs-Blockchain-Meetup/events/249470212
Bring your research or work assignments from the last working group meeting
Pikes Peak Makerspace
Saturday, October 13 at 2:00 PM
We will plan what we will show and who will be able to help. So far we will be making name-tags using the Handibot, the small CNC machine, to educate …
Monday, October 15 at 11:00 AM
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Each BRAIN group can only contain a single business of a given type. For example, a BRAIN group can only contain ONE plumber, or ONE Real Estate agent. Use the information on this web site to find a BRAIN group the meets near you at a convenient time that does not already have a representative for your type of business.
You are free to visit any BRAIN group that you wish to learn more about how the groups work and to find a group that meets your personality and style.
To join a group, you will be asked to fill out a Membership Application and to sign a statement that you understand the Rules and Guidelines of the BRAIN group. The Membership Application typically asks for THREE business references. Each BRAIN group is individually responsible for checking your references and deciding whether your busines conflicts with anyone else in the group.
ANEW – A Network of Exceptional Women
Monday, October 15 at 4:30 PM
Come when you can and stay as long as you like. Remember, there is no charge to attend. If you want to display or sell products, there is a small cha…
Springs Speaking Club
Tuesday, October 16 at 7:00 AM
Due to the negative impact that individuals of this club have caused. I personally can not recommend this club. If you are new to Toastmasters please …