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AIA South Jersey Member, Catherine Lorentz, AIA is featured in the news

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The Press of Atlantic City has featured Catherine’s home restoration project in their April Home and Garden section. Congratulations, Catherine, from your colleagues at AIA NJ. AC PRESS-1 copyAC PRESS-2

AIA South Jersey – First Meeting of 2016

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Building Information Modeling Seminar

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

If you were interested in this event, please contact Bruce Turner [email protected] or by phone at (856) 405-0351 to discuss future event plans. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.

AIA South Jersey is collaborating with Atlantic Cape Community College and Hoagland Longo Moran Dunst and Doukas to present the following continuing education program on Building Information Modeling (BIM). For more information please feel free to contact Bruce D. Turner, AIA by e-mail [email protected] or by phone at (856) 405-0351.

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AIA South Jersey Membership Meeting

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RESCHEDULED
The AIA South Jersey Membership Meeting originally scheduled for Tuesday, January 27th at The Crab Trap has been rescheduled to Tuesday, March 3rd. The location, program and the menu stay the same, but
You must RSVP again if you plan to attend.
 
We are sorry for the inconvenience, and we hope to see you there.
 
Bruce D. Turner, AIA
President, AIA South Jersey

AIA South Jersey Member Meeting Tuesday, March 3, 2015

5 to 6 pm – Cocktail Hour, Cash Bar and Hors D’oeuvres

6 to 7 pm – Dinner; Choose from: Chicken Cordon Bleu, Broiled Fillet of Flounder, or Crab Cakes.

7 to 7:30 pm – AIA South Jersey Member Meeting

7:30 to 8:30 pm – Program

Location: The Crab Trap; 2 Broadway, Somers Point, NJ 08244; (609) 927-7377

https://www.thecrabtrap.com/

Program: “Multi-Layer Decking: Using Cellular PVC Technology to Replicate Exotic Hardwood”

Presenter: Michael Grace & Joe Reilly of Royal Building Products

Description: Our speakers will discuss an overview of the performance characteristics and benefits of using multi-layer, cellular PVC decking—a durable decking material that replicates the unique beauty of exotic hardwood. The presentation will discuss decking materials, an explanation of what multi-layer, cellular PVC decking is, performance properties of multi-layer, cellular PVC decking, and installation of multi-layer, Cellular PVC decking.

Royal Building Products is a registered provider with the AIA Continuing Education System AIA/CES. This program is approved for (1) HSW Learning Unit, which will be reported directly to the AIA/CES for AIA members (Course Number RoyalBP14-003).

Learning Objectives:

1. Identify leading types of decking materials and discuss decking material selection considerations.

2. Describe multi-layer, cellular PVC decking in terms of its manufacture, components, and function.

3. Discuss the benefits of using multi-layer, cellular PVC decking and evaluate its performance

4. Explain how to properly install and maintain a deck designed and constructed using multi-layer, cellular PVC decking.

Sponsors: PPG Industries, Inc; Represented by Chuck Bleakley, and Assa Abloy; Represented by Erica Paciello and Fred Spratt.

Cost: Architect Members: $20.00; Interns & Associate Members: FREE; Non-Members & Guests: $35.00

RSVP to Bruce Turner at (856) 405- 0351 or [email protected] by Friday, February 27, 2015. Please select a meal at the time of your RSVP. Choose from Chicken Cordon Bleu; Broiled Fillet of Flounder, or Crab Cakes.
*Membership determined by the membership roster as of the date of this meeting.

AIA South Jersey Annual Members Meeting

AIA South Jersey Annual Meeting

AIA South Jersey Annual Meeting
Tuesday October 16, 2012
5 to 9pm

Location: Annata Wine Bar
216 Bellevue Avenue
Hammonton, NJ 08037
609-704-9797

http://www.annatawinebar.com/

Program Title: “Getting Up and Running with REVIT” 1 LU
Presenter: Synergis, Engineering Design Solutions
John Daukshus – Director of Building Development – AEC Solutions
Bill Knittle – Building Solutions Engineer

Learning Objectives:

1. Learn about the different disciplines of Revit and how it supports BIM.

2. See how to utilize Autodesk Revit software so that Principals, Partners, Designers,
Drafters and Contractors can get the most out of their design.

3. Understand the cost, risk, and time it takes to fully implement Revit in order to partake
in the BIM process.

4. Learn how to plan your Revit Implementation for success.

Description:
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a revolutionary process that AEC professionals and building owners are adopting worldwide in order to produce higher quality buildings, on schedule, and on budget. The concept is simple! Design, analyze, and visualize consistent, reliable, and coordinated information via a 3D virtual simulation of the proposed building. Revit is a tool specifically designed to support the BIM methodology and provides a broad range of AEC focused features that aid designers, contractors, and owners in making informed decisions at every stage of the building lifecycle. Unfortunately, Revit is not your typical 2D CAD application and thus, should not be treated as such. Therefore, one must understand the cost, risk, and time it takes to fully implement Revit in order to partake in the BIM process. Join Bill Knittle and John Daukshus as they discuss with you the challenges that you, your staff, and your business as a whole will face when you are getting up and running with Revit.

Sponsors:
Parksite – Mitch Lauver
InPro Corporation – Michael SchellEric Rupnow
PPG Industries – Gregory Barbini
Hoagland, Longo, Moran, Dunst & Doukas, LLP – Andy Carlowicz

Cost: AIA-SJ Members* – FREE; Intern Architects & Associate Members* – FREE;
Non-Members & Guests – $35.00
RSVP to Bruce Turner at (856) 405- 0351 or [email protected] by Friday, October 12, 2012.
*Membership determined by the membership roster as of the date of this meeting.