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Posted By: Dennis J. O'Beirne AIA Jan 18, 2017 8:03 PM
Found in Egroup: Practice Management Member Conversations
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I totally agree with Michelle – thank you. And I believe this is what happens in most of the industry today. Especially in accelerated Design-Build contracts. A one person practitioner is much different than an international company with several offices in several jurisdictions. I am currently...
Posted By: Melissa Morancy Assoc. AIA Jan 18, 2017 6:13 PM
Found in Egroup: Committee on the Environment
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We are excited that people are so interested in the results of the call for issues survey! AIA's Advocacy staff will share the results by the end of January. We will be sure to include a new post or link about that here! Melissa Morancy, Associate AIA Senior Manager, Knowledge Communities The American...
Posted By: Susan Y. Parrish Jan 18, 2017 5:51 PM
Found in Egroup: Housing Knowledge Community
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All: Below is a message to me from my colleague John Peavey in AIA Codes and Standards Policy (Government Advocacy Team) requesting Housing members to volunteer for the NGBS Consensus Committee and task groups. After reading his message if you are interested in participating please see the...
Posted By: Maggie Brown Jan 18, 2017 4:46 PM
Found in Contact: Maggie Brown's Blog
A Chicago-based Network Effort Gathers Firms Around Climate Change by Kira Gould Last summer, a couple of architects in Chicago got talking about “supporting candidates who are committed to climate change.” In September, Architects Advocate was launched. According to its founders,...
Posted By: Michelle Plotnik AIA Jan 17, 2017 7:20 PM
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Gordon, I appreciate the apology but it's really not necessary and you are responding to something I never said. I'm old, I've been in this business for a very long time and have done everything from hospital renovations to custom home remodeling. The level of detail needed for permitting versus...
Posted By: Jane E. Cameron FAIA Jan 17, 2017 7:19 PM
Found in LibraryEntry: CCA-KC 10 best practice tips for 2017
Posted By: Jane E. Cameron FAIA Jan 17, 2017 6:18 PM
Found in Library: Construction Contract Administration
Refresh your focus on construction contract administration by reading through these 10 tips for 2017. Tips include suggestions for handling deficiencies, how to triage all RFIs and submittals from contractors, and who to include in meetings when reviewing mockups. With thanks to Bill Schmalz, Susan...
Posted By: Jane E. Cameron FAIA Jan 17, 2017 6:15 PM
Found in Community: Construction Contract Administration Blogs
With thanks to Bill Schmalz, Susan Heersema, Sara Beardsley and Eric Pempus for their contributions. 1. Triage all RFIs and submittals from contractors. Set aside a few minutes each day to skim through each new RFI and submittal. Alert any secondary reviewers who are not included on the...
Posted By: Derek Matthew Washam Jan 17, 2017 3:33 PM
Found in Egroup: International Committee
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INTERESTED IN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS IN CENTRAL AMERICA? JOIN THE US COMMERCIAL SERVICE REGIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE DIRECTORY Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua all have burgeoning infrastructure opportunities in airports, ports, bridges, hospitals, buildings and more.* Th e...
Posted By: Deborah Marcella Rehn AIA Jan 17, 2017 2:40 PM
Found in Egroup: Historic Resources Committee
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This webpage tells more of the story. https://www.nps.gov/fous/learn/historyculture/fort-union-50th.htm -- Deborah Marcella Rehn, AIA, PMP Regional Project Manager / COR SER Facility Support Division 100 Alabama Street, S.W. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 USA PHONE: 404-507-5716 Note: Voicemail has...
Posted By: Deborah Marcella Rehn AIA Jan 17, 2017 2:36 PM
Found in Egroup: Historic Resources Committee
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Here's the NPS webpage with a brief on the history of the fort and the reconstruction. https://www.nps.gov/fous/learn/historyculture/collections.htm -- Deborah Marcella Rehn, AIA, PMP Regional Project Manager / COR SER Facility Support Division 100 Alabama Street, S.W. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 USA...
Posted By: Bruce R. Hamilton AIA Jan 17, 2017 1:32 PM
Found in Egroup: K-12 Architectural Education and Outreach
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The attached article illustrates the architectural history of a cathedral, written by Bruce. ------------------------------ Bruce Hamilton AIA Bruce Ronayne Hamilton Architects New Ipswich NH ------------------------------
Posted By: Bruce R. Hamilton AIA Jan 17, 2017 1:24 PM
Found in Egroup: K-12 Architectural Education and Outreach
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The attached is an Architecture: Teaching by Design, 3-Credit Education Graduate Course developed by AIANH. ------------------------------ Bruce Hamilton AIA Bruce Ronayne Hamilton Architects New Ipswich NH ------------------------------
Posted By: Gordon W. Rogers AIA Jan 17, 2017 10:58 AM
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Michelle and Nea - You are correct. Those are harsh words that I shouldn't have quoted from another post. I apologize and ask for the forgiveness of those offended. In fact, For more than 25 years, my practice produced plans for custom home, single-family and multi-family private owners & developers....
Posted By: Mary Ann Lazarus FAIA Jan 17, 2017 10:20 AM
Found in Egroup: Committee on the Environment
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Thanks for this suggestion. We heard that the AIA advocacy folks are going to get back to us on this excellent question and we'll definitely look at an article as well in the COTE newsletter. Great suggestion! Mary Ann Mary Ann Lazarus, FAIA LEED AP BD+C Principal, MALeco, LLC mary.ann.lazarus@gmail.com...
Posted By: Sarah Colven Jan 16, 2017 7:05 PM
Found in Egroup: Design for Aging
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The theme for the next issue of 'Blueprints for Senior Living' will be interior design. We are seeking articles that incorporate creative solutions, such as way-finding, acoustics, color, decor, and furniture, that are a perfect compromise between form and function. Please submit articles to DFA@aia.org...
Posted By: John L. Stewart AIA Jan 16, 2017 6:25 PM
Found in Egroup: Custom Residential Architects Network
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Hello: I wanted to introduce myself. I am the incoming chair of CRAN. I have been on the Advisory Group since 2010 and chaired the Sonoma Symposium last year. I was past President of San Mateo County Chapter of AIA in 2010. . I received my Master's Degree from University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee in...
Posted By: Bruce F. George AIA Jan 16, 2017 6:07 PM
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I as well have had several instances where plans have been rejected but, usually only if they state "Not for construction". I have never had an issue in any areas where we have worked (Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana or Michigan with drawings noted as "Issued for Permit". That is our typical...
Posted By: Anthony A. Harrington AIA Jan 16, 2017 5:36 PM
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At times in Florida the two terms can be used separately, typically in single family residential construction. A permit set may suggest a set of drawings that meet all the necessary requirements to receive a building permit. A construction set may suggest additional finish and interior elevations,...
Posted By: Nikolaus H. Philipsen FAIA Jan 16, 2017 4:09 PM
Found in Egroup: Regional and Urban Design Committee
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An Architectural Ode to Joy in Hamburg There is little that that the Second Avenue subway line in New York and the new concert hall Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg have in common. Except that both projects were recently completed after decades of haggling and delay, both are more expensive than anything...
Posted By: Nikolaus H. Philipsen FAIA Jan 16, 2017 4:09 PM
Found in Egroup: Committee on Design
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An Architectural Ode to Joy in Hamburg There is little that that the Second Avenue subway line in New York and the new concert hall Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg have in common. Except that both projects were recently completed after decades of haggling and delay, both are more expensive than anything...