AIAGC July Monthly Membership Meeting – 7/16 @SC State Museum

Join us for a tour and $5 lunch at the
SC State Museum historic renovation and addition project,
currently under construction

Wednesday, July 16th @12pm

State Museum

SC State Museum
301 Gervais Street
Columbia, SC 29214

$5 Lunch

Tour Highlights:

Historic Renovation, Planetarium, 4D Theater, Telescope Gallery

Tour Leaders:

John McLean & Gene Bell – Watson Tate Savory
Will Ligon – Gilbane

Please RSVP to
Rfisher@quackenbusharchitects.com
by noon on July 15th

Please wear the proper safety equipment – this is a construction site
(closed toed shoes, long pants, hard hat)

Park in the big front lot
the GC will let us through the front side of the building for the tour

“This project is an addition and renovation to the SC State Museum, located in the National Register, listed as the Columbia Mills Building.  New program spaces include an observatory that will house a rare 1926 Alvin Clark 12 3/8” refracting telescope; South Carolina’s largest planetarium, seating 200; and a 235-capacity 4D theater, the first 4D theater in the state, as well as all new entry public spaces.  The project is designed in association with Clark Patterson Lee Architects in Charlotte, Cincinnati-based JRA “experience” designers, and Sim Ex-Iwerks 4D theater designers.”

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April Membership Meeting

April 23rd 12:00-1:00

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RSVP TO TRIPP RILEY (TRILEY@STUDIO2LR.COM)

ABOUT THE DESIGN SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

As an AIA Greater Columbia outreach and education initiative, the scholarship program serves to connect the professional architectural community in the greater Columbia area with the architectural education community at Clemson University.

In 2010, the Columbia Section of the American Institute of Architects in conjunction with the Clemson School of Architecture first developed the scholarship program as a way to recognize individual and/or group project achievements of Clemson undergraduate architecture students.

2014 PROJECT PROGRAM

This year’s project is a collaboration with City Roots sustainable farm. Third-year Clemson students have been challenged to work as a group to create an overall master plan for the future growth and development of City Roots.

Each student has also been tasked to design individual components within the context of the developed master plan. The finalized master plan and individual component projects will be presented on April 23, 2014 at City Roots.

AIAGC – March Membership Meeting

Last Day to RSVP for March’s Membership Meeting Tour!

RSVP to JBucher@boudreauxgroup.com

For the AIAGC Monthly Membership Meeting Tour at the

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*Please meet at the corner of Greene and Park Street – the tour will depart from this point at noon. Street parking is limited, the Discovery Garage is encouraged for parking. Please be punctual, the tour will leave at 12pm sharp – this is not a tour that you will easily be able to catch up with if you arrive after the noon start time.

The tour will start promptly at 12pm and run until 1/1:30 as this is a very large project.

Lunch will follow in Koger Plaza – provided by

Gilbane Building Company.

Please be sure to follow the typical requirements for construction site attire (closed toe shoes are required, no heels, etc.). If you have any additional safety equipment, such as vests or safety glasses, please bring these items in the event that they are needed.