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The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) and the Institute of Architectural Ironmongery (IAI) have recognised the educational achievements of the door hardware industry’s rising stars at its November IAI GCC meeting...
The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) has recognised the outstanding educational achievements of the door hardware industry’s rising stars at its annual Education Awards...
The best industry professionals and most promising newcomers within the international door hardware industry will be recognised at the Institute of Architectural Ironmongers (IAI) awards next February...
The internationally recognised biennial GAI/RIBA Architectural Ironmongery Specification Awards are now open to entries.
Each year the GAI celebrates the hard work that Diploma students have put in over the past year and rewards their successes. This year’s GAI Education Awards Lunch will be held on Wednesday 2nd November, at the Lancaster Hotel, Hyde Park, London.
Students who sat their Diploma (stage 3) or Certificate in Architectural Hardware (stages 1 & 2) examinations in June this year were notified of their results on 22 August.
In a new initiative the GAI have now produced a CPD which has been approved by RIBA entitled “Ironmongery and accessibility” and are now offering our membership the opportunity to purchase this for them to deliver around their own architect's practices at a cost of £250 plus VAT.
Embracing the theme of ‘Rethinking’, the event was significantly different to previous years. Instead of traditional PowerPoint presentations by the Guild’s president and chief executive, the meeting featured a dynamic Prezi-based view of key agenda items and a panel discussion which brought all the issues to life.
With strains of 'Funiculi Funicula' still ringing in my ears ... I must admit to being a little sad that this year's GAI AGM & Conference is now behind us. With the theme of Rethink being threaded through as much of the proceedings as we could, I believe the weekend was both a refreshing change and hugely entertaining. Certainly from those I spoke to during the weekend and the messages I've received since, it was appreciated by everyone who was part of it.
The Architectural Ironmongery Journal (AIJ) is the official publication of the GAI. It is published quarterly and contains both GAI and industry news and latest technical information
The GAI has released its largest ever technical guide, in a bid to ensure its members are ready for the impact of mandatory Building Information Modelling (BIM).
The GAI has appointed two new membership services officers as part of its ongoing commitment to provide additional support and services to its 200 members.
The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers is proud to launch: 'Specification of door hardware - An Architect's guide'. The Guide has been designed to bring together all of the information needed to make the specification of architectural ironmongery a smooth process and to achieve the best possible result.