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AIA Spokane received 36 submissions for the 2020 Design Awards. The project winners who were selected by our 3 jurors will be announced during a virtual presentation on October 22nd. We also want to hear from you. Please vote for your favorite project!
AIA | CSI Golf Tournament
EVENT POSTPONED to OCTOBER 1st
Please inform your foursome of this change of date!
Due to unhealthy air quality, AIA |CSI Tournament committee has decided to postpone the tournament two weeks. We are hopeful for clearer skies and cleaner air on Thursday, October 1st. This 2-week postponement gives our players time to clear their calendars. We will keep the tee times the same, but understand if you need to make changes. Please email Erik Fuentes should you need a change your tee time.
The stroke-play format remains the same and due to COVID-19 requirements, please do not arrive any earlier than 30 minutes of your assigned tee time. Player registration is closed, as we have 100 registered golfers!
Thank you to the following companies for their sponsorship: (we will miss you on the course this year)
Major Sponsors: GeoEngineers & InteriorTech, DCI Engineers, GLR Engineers, Coffman Engineers, Simpson StrongTie, & KnifeRiver
Tournament & Prize Sponsors: Kilgore TEC Products, MSI Engineers, Eclipse Engineering, TRC Inc. & Kingspan
The health and safety of our players, sponsors, and volunteers and their families is our top priority. We will continue to monitor COVID-19 updates and make announcements about future plans for the tournament as they arise. If for any reason the tournament is cancelled all payments will be refunded. For the latest information about the tournament please visit our website monthly.
A big thank you to this year's committee: Erik Fuentes, DCI Engineers (Allied), Adam Rouns, NAC Architecture (AIA), Kory Kelly, GAF (CSI), Becky Barnhardt, Integrus (INAF), Becky Blankenship, Hill International (AIA Board), Georgia Harter, NAC Architecture (AIA Board), Stephanie Aden, Executive Director
AIA Board statement on systemic racial injustice
As a member-based organization, AIA Spokane is shifting its response to the public health crisis with remote learning and engagement opportunities and aggregating regional and national resources for our members. The AIA Spokane office will remain closed, but the Executive Director and board members are continuing to work remotely to serve you. We have compiled a list of membership, business and management related resources to connect you with what you need. Programming updates will continue to be make our homepage, events newsletter and monthly Keynote. If you have any questions or resources you'd like added to this list, please contact me at email@example.com. We will add things here as we find them.
A message from AIA Spokane Executive Director, Stephanie Aden
To our members,
America’s list of racially motivated murders demand action. Eric Garner. Sandra Bland. Michael Brown. Shantel Davis. Atatiana Jefferson. Laquan McDonald. Tony McDade. Pamela Turner. Korryn Gaines. Trayvon Martin. Tamir Rice. Walter Scott. Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and George Floyd. All murdered, because they happened to be black in the United States of America. There are others, and, sadly, we know there will be more. No words can adequately express the depth of anger, frustration, and national shame for their loss or the more than 1,250 black lives ended by police since January 1, 2015, according to The Washington Post’s database that tracks police shootings. More
Residential Architect Community
AIA Spokane & Spokane Coeur d'Alene Living magazine will team up again in 2020 to feature five distinctive homes (new or renovated) in six issues in the magazine's Home of Distinction section.
Our latest HOD if featured in the April issue of Spokane Coeur d'Alene Living magazine . Designed by Architects West Inc., the home is located in the beautiful Bella Terra Garden Homes development in south Spokane. Our Residential Press Committee loved the "simple but bold modern forms, with durable, low maintenance exterior materials makes for an exciting and energetic atmosphere around the elegantly designed central garden/water feature."
THE SHOW MUST GO ON!
AIA Spokane Design Awards go VIRTUAL
Winning Designs Announced on October 22nd!
AIA Spokane received 36 entries for the 2020 Design Awards! We are excited to highlight the projects and celebrate the award winners.
AIA Spokane will follow the lead of other chapters and present our awards virtually as the best and safest way to recognize all the great projects being built in our community. We have three talented jurors who are committed to reviewing the work and we will hire a videographer to produce a fun awards presentation for our membership to view. The event will take place sometime in October. All entry submission materials are due July 2, 2020 at 5 pm. Please email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
AIA Spokane Chapter Headlines
AIA Promotes Architects as Advocates...
AIA Spokane leaders, David Buescher, Becky Blankenship and Stephanie Aden were recently interviewed by the Journal of Business. The article appeared on May 9, 2019
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