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TO ADVANCE THE ARCHITECTURAL PROFESSION AND TO SERVE AS A VALUED RESOURCE FOR THE COMMUNITY

Chapter Meeting, Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Water Street Seafood Company

309 N. Water St. Corpus Christi, TX  78401

5:30pm Social, 6pm Meeting/Presentation

Presenter:  Paul Brown

Sponsor:  Bautex Systems, LLC

Course Code: BAU001 A

Learning Units: 1 LU|HSW

Title: Addressing Continuous Insulation and Air Barrier Requirements in The 2012 I-Codes With Composite Insulating Concrete Forms (ICF)

Description: This course provides a high-level understanding of the changes to the 2012 IBC, IRC, and IECC codes that require increased insulation and continuous air barriers for exterior walls of buildings, and gives participants an understanding of how to design and construct buildings using composite insulating concrete forms (ICF) to meet the requirements of the new energy and building codes.

In addition to the CEU program,  Del Mar College will provide us a brief presentation about the upcoming capital improvements program.

*Dinner is free to Architect, Associate and Affiliate Members.  Interns are $5 and other guests are $20 


Lunch N Learn:  Wednesday, September 24, 12 – 1pm

Location: Jason’ Deli, 1416 Airline, Gulfway Shopping Center, Corpus Christi, TX 78412

Presenter:  Maribel Zimmerman

Sponsor:  BMC/Marvin Windows and Doors Division

Title:  Windows of Opportunity:  Fenestration Innovations

Description:  This course shows how window design and manufacturing practices have evolved – advancing technologies in framing materials, coatings and glazing to increase energy efficiency in both historic and new structures.

Learning Units:  1LU for HSW

Cost:   $5 for Members, Interns and Affiliates.  Guests $8

RSVP to dgmontez@aiacorpuschristi.org or 361.887.2124


FOR YOUR INFORMATION:

CONGRATULATIONS to Zach Muñoz who recently became a Registered Architect having completed all of his exams and IDP hours. Zach was a vital member of the Associate Design/Build team last May, and has been a regular presence at our monthly AIA meetings and events.  We hope to continue seeing Zach at our Chapter Meetings and other events throughout the year.  If you would like to contact Zach to congratulate him, you can contact him at Gignac & Associates.


Next AIA Corpus Christi Chapter Meeting – Tuesday, September 16, 2014, Water Street Seafood Company, 5:30pm Social 


City of Corpus Christi – Boards & Commissions Opportunities

The City Secretary’s office is currently soliciting resumes from individuals who are willing to volunteer their time to serve the city on a Board or Commission.  (There are many options!)  For more information, go online to www.cctexas.com, I Want To…Apply for a City Board.  You may also contact Glenda Grasz at 826-3893.


Support the Profession - Donate to ArchiPAC & TAC!

Join this year's contributors and support architectural adovacy at the state and national levels of our government.

TAC and ArchiPAC are non-profit and political action organizations for architects.  TAC helps advocacy efforts at the state level, while ArchiPAC is focused at the national level.  Texas members of the AIA can participate by contributing to both organizations. TAC and ArchiPAC thank all contributors for their generous support of their advocacy efforts on behalf of the architectural profession.  Go to the ArchiPAC and TAC websites for more information and to donate.

See the side bar for those who have already donated, and add your name to the list of local members contributing to each of these organizations!


 

 

 

 

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Texas Architects Committee (TAC)

A non-profit and unincorporated political action organization of Texas architects. For more about specific activities and positions of TAC see the Advocacy section of the TAC website.

Thank you to this year's local contributors:

Greg Afuso

Naismith Engineering, Inc.

Chuck Anastos

Chuck Anastos Associates

Jacqueline Carlson

JMC Architecture

Moon Hwi Cho

Gignac & Associates

Stephen Cox

Richter Architects

Paul Duke

Turner, Ramirez & Associates

Bibiana B. Dykema

Dykema Architects

Edgar Farrera

Farrera Architects

Robert J. Garcia

LaMarr Womack & Associates

Rolando Garza

Gignac & Associates

Nicholas Gignac

Gignac & Associates

Aleisha Kolb

AIA Corpus Christi

Charles Milligan

Richter Architects

Philip Ramirez

Turner, Ramirez & Associates

Elizabeth Chu Richter

Richter Architects

Connie G. Rivera

WKMC Architects

Sheldon Schroeder

Schroeder Architect

John Silva

Gignac & Associates

Albert Soto

LaMarr Womack & Associates

Glen Ray Torno

SolkaNavaTorno

Bill T. Wilson

WKMC Architects

Jason Young

LaMarr Womack & Associates

ArchiPAC

 

Thank you to this year's local contributors:

Greg Afuso

Naismith Engineering, Inc.
Brian W. Bienek Gignac & Associates

Jacqueline Carlson

JMC Architecture

Moon Hwi Cho

Gignac & Associates

Paul Duke

Turner, Ramirez & Associates

Edgar Farrera

Farrera Architects

Robert J. Garcia

LaMarr Womack & Associates

Rolando Garza

Gignac & Associates

Nicholas Gignac

Gignac & Associates
Raymond Gignac Gignac & Associates

Aleisha Kolb

AIA Corpus Christi

Charles Milligan

Richter Architects
Zachariah T. Munoz Gignac & Associates

Philip Ramirez

Turner, Ramirez & Associates

Elizabeth Chu Richter

Richter Architects

Connie G. Rivera

WKMC Architects

Sheldon Schroeder

Schroeder Architect

John Silva

Gignac & Associates

Albert Soto

LaMarr Womack & Associates

Glen Ray Torno

SolkaNavaTorno

Bill T. Wilson

WKMC Architects

Jason Young

LaMarr Womack & Associates

 

 

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Chapter Contact: Aliesha Kolb, AIA (361) 887-2124