This past Friday, Sanders Tate was a panelist at the 2017 Professional Ethics in Design and Building seminar sponsored by AIASC and the SC Board of Architectural Examiners. The full-day seminar was held on May 12th at the One Building in downtown Greenville, South Carolina, and was attended by architects from around the Southeast.
This bi-annual workshop provides training for dealing with ethics issues in the architectural profession. Dan Wueste of the Rutland Institute for Ethics at Clemson University led the seminar which featured exercises based on elements of the AIA code of ethics, the South Carolina Registration Law, or professional integrity. Construction attorney, Frank Elmore, was also a presenter at the seminar.
Dedicated to nurturing integrity, honor and leadership, the Rutland Institute for Ethics at Clemson University offers common-sense, practical tools for responsible, effective decision-making. Rutland programs help equip individuals and organizations to make ethical choices and to justify their decisions and actions with confidence