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September 1 – Call for Nominations 2017 AIACC Council Awards The AIACC Council Awards are the highest achievement awards bestowed on a group or individual. The Council Awards include the Firm Award, Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Distinguished Practice Award. The Council Awards are reviewed by the Council Awards Committee, and finalists are recommended to the AIACC Board of Directors for the final selection http://awards.aiacc.org/council-awards/2016-council-awards-submission-guidelines/?utm_source=Chapter+Happs+Sept+1+-+BARch+tonight%2C+Green+Build+vols%2C+AIACC+Award&utm_campaign=Happs+Sept+1&utm_medium=email
A few members have expressed confusion over the requirement (or non-requirement) of Wet Signatures on plans, specifications, instruments of service, etc. The state of California does not require them. For further proof of that, check out the letter current President, Michael Malinowski, AIA received from the California Architects Board: http://www.aiacc.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/wetsignature-not-required-letter.pdf
Have you seen the latest resourced from AIA for Emerging Professionals on the path to licensure? Well check it out!
AIA celebrated the life and work of Fresno City Hall Architect, William Patnaude, FAIA For those of you who were unable to attend William Patnaude’s exhibition, AIA San Joaquin Chapter would like to share the video that was done in honor of William Patnaude, FAIA. AIA San Joaquin would like to give credit to Community Media Access Collaborative (CMAC) and Director/Producer Chis Samaro http://cmac.tv/ for the video you are about to enjoy. Thank you to the interviewees. They are: Debbie Adishian-Astone, Associate VP, Fresno State; Bob Boro, Friend & Landscape Architect; Ed Darden Jr., Architect; Debra DeRosa-Parola, Designer & Friend; Karana Hattersley-Drayton, M.A. […]