Docomomo Georgia -The Making of Modern Atlanta:John Portman

Docomomo Georgia -The Making of Modern Atlanta:John Portman

Posted by on Sep 23, 2013 | 0 comments

For Immediate Release Atlanta, Georgia September 16, 2013   Contact: Thomas F. Little, AIA Phone: 404-783-6211 Email: littlet@docomomoga.org The Making of Modern Atlanta: John Portman October 5th, 2013 9:30 AM 303 Peachtree Center Avenue NE Atlanta, Georgia Docomomo US, Georgia Chapter is pleased to announce their upcoming tour and special presentation, scheduled for October 5th, part of the seventh annual national Docomomo Tour Day. The focus of this year’s event is the development of downtown Atlanta and the significant impact of...

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Richard Kramer

Richard Kramer

Posted by on Sep 19, 2013 | 0 comments

Richard Kramer is Principal and Director of PreDesign Services for Pieper 0′Brien Herr Architects headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia. He is a graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology and long standing member of the American Institute of Architects (25 years). Richard is currently on the AIA Atlanta Chapter Board as Development Director, he is a member of the Downtown Atlanta Rotary Club, serves as Chairman of Alpharetta’s Design Review Board, recently served as a member of the steering committee on the City of...

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Archiculture – Showing This Friday!

Posted by on Sep 18, 2013 | 0 comments

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Architects Forum: Glass+Perfomance NGA Sept. 11th atlanta

Posted by on Aug 29, 2013 | 0 comments

Join our partners The Architect’s Newspaper in collaboration with Glass Magazine, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta on September 11 for The Architect’s Forum Glass+Performance, an exciting symposium on design, fabrication and construction of high performance architectural and decorative glass featuring keynote speaker Neil M. Denari. In addition to lunch and three-day access to the GlassBuild America trade show floor, the gathering place for North American glass, window, and door industries, attendees will have the...

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Perry Jarrell, AIA

Perry Jarrell, AIA

Posted by on Aug 27, 2013 | 0 comments

As an experienced architect and now experienced AIA | ATL Board Member, I want to help AIA | ATL in accomplishing the mission by helping it expand its membership and reach; look at the current Organizational Structure to see if the current Model serves the clients best and help influence the Outreach and Impact of AIA | ATL in the community and profession.  I will lead the Membership Caucus, the group of Directors that look outward to our various constituents, to help make AIA | ATL one of the most effective and efficient in the...

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Raja Sibai, Assoc. AIA

Raja Sibai, Assoc. AIA

Posted by on Aug 27, 2013 | 0 comments

Being involved with the AIA since 2006, a board member since 2009, and treasurer for the past year has been a challenge and a pleasure. Over the past year, we have accomplished a great deal financially, and have a vision of where we would like to be in the near future. This past year we managed to fund our activities, programs, and events without raising dues, as well as start up new and exciting programs such as Urban Fronts. As a chapter, we have embarked on the path of moving our offices, which has been, and still is, a challenging project...

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Monica Fenderson, AIA

Monica Fenderson, AIA

Posted by on Aug 26, 2013 | 0 comments

Mrs. Fenderson has been with Gwinnett County Planning and Development for over 8 years. As an architect and Plan Reviewer she has worked closely with the community educating them on the value of architecture, building codes, and planning. She understands the setbacks and downfalls in the building process. Monica has become the problem solver for all parties to facilitate construction. Mrs. Fenderson’s goal is to represent AIA in the state and federal level to discuss and assist politicians with the issues and concerns that affect the...

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R. Kelly Giddens, AIA

R. Kelly Giddens, AIA

Posted by on Aug 26, 2013 | 0 comments

Developed and administered a LunchnLearn program for Beck that was inclusive of design, estimating and construction staff, with a regular attendance greater than thirty (30+). Coordinated associate technology requirements/room setup across multiple offices, catering/dietary restrictions and CEU posting for licensed professionals. Scheduled an average of sixtyfive (65) courses annually covering a four (4) year period prior to a successful transition. Leader in Beck’s Mentorship Program engaging our younger employees through their...

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Karen Jenkins, AIA

Karen Jenkins, AIA

Posted by on Aug 26, 2013 | 0 comments

I have been an active member in AIA  Atlanta for several years included a two year board position in  2011 and 2012  for academic affairs.  I have served on several committees and am current involved with  Build Something Great.  I’m interested in staying connected and informed  of the local events and helping to make decisions that effect the architectural industry as  a whole.

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Melody Harclerode, AIA

Melody Harclerode, AIA

Posted by on Aug 26, 2013 | 0 comments

I will dedicate my Presidency to increase the number of members as volunteers and participants within our organization. AIA Atlanta provides tremendous services to the design community and the public including from the K-12 programs and High School Student Design Competition for young people; Young Architects’ Forum, Principals Roundtable, Box Lunches and networking Women for design professionals; and free tours of new and renovated projects.  Members are organizing the Mentoring Program, Residential Tours and 2015 AIA National Convention...

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