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Just the Facts, Please… JUL | 20 | 2010
The staff of AIA Arizona want to wish Donna McQuery a great retirement. Donna has been a vital part of the Southern Arizona Chapter. We will miss you answering the phones and keeping us all in line. Good luck to you and Guy and we hope you enjoy this great opportunity to relax and enjoy life.

There will be an open house for Donna on Tuesday, July 27, 2010. Click here for more details.

Also, AIA Arizona Associates and Arizona Quest for Kids would like to give a special thanks to Wendell Burnette and Richard Jensen for their altruistic effort to educate and share the experience of the Summer Solstice Event with your fellow AIA Members, Students and Library patrons alike. Click here to see photos from the event.

Sincerely,

Tina Litteral, Hon. AIA, CAE
AIA Arizona Executive Vice President

Upcoming Events
7/21/10 – APS Training

7/23/10 – Associate Summer Social

7/28/10 – Breakfast of Champions

7/30/10 – Phoenix A.R.E. Study Session

7/30/10 – Phoenix Metro Chapter Meeting

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AIA Phoenix Metro Chapter Meeting – Friday, July 30, 2010 at 11:30a.m. there will be a tour of Duffy High School. RSVP to Diana Smith.

John Rogers, FAIA – We are sad to announce the passing of John Rogers, FAIA, the founder of RNL in Denver. Click here for John Rogers’ memorial announcement.

Robert Oliver – Past ASU Professor, Robert Oliver passed away Sunday, July 18th, 2010 at the age of 90. A simple memorial will be held this Thursday, the 22nd at 1:30 PM, at The Terraces Retirement Community Chapel on North 16th Street in Phoenix.

APS Whole Building Design Energery Efficiency Training – Wednesday, July 21st at 7:30 a.m. at the Phoenix Airport Marriott. Click here for more information.

AIA Associate Summer Social – Friday, July 23, 2010 from 5:30 to 7:00pm atArchitekton. $5.00 cash per person to cover food and drinks. Come hang out with other Associates. You don’t have to be a member to attend, but you must RSVP toCharnissa Moore.

A.R.E. Building Systems Seminar – Register now for Building Systems classes.Click here for details.

Breakfast of Champions – Breakfast of Champions with Scott Perkinson on Wednesday, July 28 from 8:00 to 9:00 am. Scott is running in District 19 for the State Legislature House of Representatives. He would like an opportunity to chat with the architects about concerns that need to be addressed. Please mark your calendars and plan to attend. RSVP to tina@aia-arizona.org.

2011 Institute Honor Awards for Architecture – The AIA is currently accepting submissions for the 2011 Institute Honor Awards. Click here for details.

Southern Arizona Architecture Week – Become a sponsor of AIA Southern Arizona’s biggest event of the year, click here for details. Also, enter Southern Arizona’s Canstruction Competitioin. Click here for the call for entries.

A.R.E. Special Study Hall – Mark Sokol, M.S., P.E. of Rimkus Consulting Group will be at the July 30th study session from 1pm to 5pm at the AIA Arizona office to answer any questions pertaining to Structural Systems. RSVP to Charnissa Mooretoday! *$10 for non-members.

Advertise in our directory – Our membership directory is distributed to over 1,300 people annually. Reach your target audience and advertise today! Click here for details.

State Conference & Design Awards – Registration is now available for the August 19th State Conference. Click here to find out who our keynote speaker is and get a printable version of our poster, and click here to register! Become a sponsor of one of our biggest events of the year! Click here for State Conference Sponsorship.

Imagination Cube – Registration for the Imagination Cube is due on August 6th. Sign up now! Click here for details.

Architect Finder- Still not listed on our Architect Finder? Click here to fill out the paper work.

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Phoenix Metro Affiliate Lunch
– The next meeting will be held on August 5, 2010 from 12pm to 1pm in the AIA Arizona office. RSVP to Diana Smith.

Affiliate Finder – Now the public and architects can search for you online! Not listed? Click here and fill out the form.

Advertise in Just the Facts, Please…Advertise your business to your target audience of over 2,000 people! Click here for details.

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New job posting
– Click here for more information

Job Board- Please check out our job postings andresume postings on the website!

If you’re a member, you can post your resume for free! Click for more information…

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Awards | Recognition


Douglas Fredrikson Architects – Received a Gold Nugget Merit Award in the category of Best Recreation Facility for the Escena Golf Club in Palm Springs.

Kendle Design Collaborative – is featured in Diisynology. Click here to read more.

Been in the new recently? Received an award? Tell us about it! alexandra@aia-arizona.org.

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SDA Phoenix- July’s program. More…

ULI Southern Arizona- Check out July’s events, click here.

AZASLA – Click here for the latest news and events.

AZ USGBC- Check out July’s events, click here.

SMPS Arizona – Click here to view July’s events.


Phoenix Reference Library
– Click here to view the Reference Library’s July’s events.
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AIA Arizona’s mission is to promote the architectural profession through the strength and participation of members. AIA Arizona is a component of the American Institute of Architects, and was chartered on October 1, 1959. There are three chapters within our component: AIA Phoenix Metro, AIA Grand Canyon in Northern Arizona and AIA Southern Arizona in Tucson. We have just over 1,500 members statewide. To contact or learn more about AIA Arizona, please visit our website (www.aia-arizona.org)

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