Various groups hosted the 21st Annual Architects, Engineers & Surveyors Legislative Day across from the Capitol in downtown Lansing.
March 15, 2016
The AIA Michigan, the American Council of Engineering Companies, the Michigan Society of Professional Engineers and the Michigan Society of Professional Surveyors co-hosted the 21st Annual Architects, Engineers & Surveyors Legislative Day across from the Capitol in downtown Lansing. Attendees were educated on current trends and issues, and had an opportunity to meet with Michigan’s Representatives and Senators to express the profession’s interests and concerns.
During this event, the Land Policy Institute’s senior associate director Mark Wyckoff and director of the Planning & Zoning Center at MSU, spoke for one-hour on Placemaking as an Economic Development Tool. The session examined the Michigan MIplace Partnership Initiative and its flagship policy elements: The six-module Placemaking Curriculum and a new 600-page guidebook on placemaking. The principal learning objectives of this session included:
To learn more, visit 2016 AIA Michigan Legislative Day.