Lunch N Learn: Wednesday, August 27, 12-1 PM, Dos Comales Mexican Restaurant, 227 N Water St, Corpus Christi, TX 78401
Presenter: Scott Stridivant
Sponsor: Residential Elevator, Inc., Chad Jordan
Program: Home Elevators, Course #RE1101
- Identify Benefits for installing a home elevator.
- List pre-planning options for how to accomodate for a future elevator in the design of a home.
- Understand design requirements for different types of residential elevators.
- Use the national standard ASME A17.1 Part 5 Private Residential to implement the code requirements for residential elevators.
Credits: 1 LU/ 1HSW
Cost: $5 for Members, Interns and Affiliates. Guests $8
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 361.887.2124
CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS
R/UDAT Public Meetings & Design Charette - August 15th - 18th, 2014
Dear AIA Corpus Christi Membership,
As many of you are aware the plan for the new Harbor Bridge design and construction is rapidly coming to fruition. We have a unique opportunity to participate in an urban design event that will shape how Downtown Corpus Christi develops for years to come.
A team of local business leaders, including William McCord, AIA, has organized a R/UDAT (Regional / Urban Design Assistance Team) to develop a study of what the Harbor Bridge corridor could become once the bridge is relocated. The AIA National R/UDAT program has organized a nationally recognized team of urban planners to lead this effort.
AIA Corpus Christi is committed to support this effort. Members are invited to participate in the following events
- Public "Town Hall" Meeting - Friday August 15th, 6:00- 8:00pm (DMC West Campus, Emerging Technology Center.: Come out and share your thoughts, from a design professional perspective, with the Team
- Design Charette - 1:30pm Saturday August 16th through 1:00pm Monday August 18th
Del Mar College West Campus - Emerging Technology
AIA Corpus Christi members are needed to assist with graphic studies and presentation sketches. Hand drawing skills and/or Adobe Photoshop / Illustrator proficiency are desired. Some AutoCAD work may be required as well. Volunteers may sign up for any time frame that fits their schedule during the 48 hour charrette.
- Public Final Presentation - Monday August 18th, 6:00 - 8:00pm,
Del Mar College West Campus - Emerging Technology Lecture Hall
For more information contact:
Connie Rivera at (361) 549-5646 or via email at email@example.com
Sheldon Schroeder at (361) 960-3771 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to Frank Reyna who is now working as an architect at Solka Nava Torno, welcome to our newest member of the AIA.
The City of Corpus Christi has recently added a new architect hailing from Miami, Florida, please welcome Carlos Gonzales to AIA Corpus Christi.
Free Webinar on Structural Vignettes for the ARE!
August 23rd, 12 pm CDT
Virginia Tech School of Architecture and Design is holding a webinar on the Structural Layout Vignette/Structural System Division of the ARE 4.0.The FREE webinar is offered in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the Virginia Tech College of Architecture and Urban Studies, and its commitment to community outreach. The webinar covers the materials that ARE candidates need to know to successfully pass the examination. The webinar instructor is Dr. Mehdi Setareh, Professor of Architecture at Virginia Tech School of Architecture and Design. For more information, click here.
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.
CONGRATULATIONS to Rob Garcia who recently became a Registered Architect having completed all of his exams and IDP hours. Rob is currently our Intern Director for our Corpus Chapter and does a great job communicating to our Interns the latest news from licensing to volunteer work to help with IDP hours. To congratulate Rob, you can contact him at Lamarr, Womack & Associates, LP Architects.
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!