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AIAGC May Membership Meeting:

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USC School of Journalism

Wednesday May 27th

Meet @ the Horseshoe

(Lieber College @ the intersection of Sumter and College Streets)

$5 Presentation, building tour, and lunch @ Noon

Tour co-sponsored by:

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–          Typical construction site attire recommended (hard hats not required)

–          There is limited parking around the site, so please carpool if possible

RSVP to Andrew Rogerson by 5:00pm Friday, May 22nd!

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Project Overview:

The Boudreaux Group has been engaged by the University of South Carolina to renovate the Health Sciences Building for use by the School of Journalism and Mass Communications. Located in the Historic Horseshoe District, the building will be completely transformed on the interior while maintaining and improving the historic exterior character. Life safety and building system improvements are of utmost importance to this renovation.

With goals of maximizing flexibility and creating dynamic learning spaces that facilitate social interaction, this renovation will focus on creating a technology infrastructure that can be adapted to the ever-changing needs of the Journalism School’s technology-intensive curriculum. Unique spaces to this building include creative newsrooms and a broadcast studio showcased through glass walls. The building itself will capture the multi-media energy of the communications industry and will welcome students, alumni, professionals and the community alike.


Upcoming Dates:

5/14-5/16 – AIA National Convention in Atlanta

5/27 – May Membership Meeting @ USC School of Journalism

6/18 – AIAGC Summer Social @ the new offices of McCrory Construction

 


 

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Last Day to RSVP!

AIAGC March Membership Meeting:

Thursday March 19th

@ the New AIASC Headquarters
1530 Main St
(Parking available at the Taylor Street Garage)

Registration begins @ 11:30
$5 Presentation and lunch @ Noon
Networking @ 1:00

RSVP to Jessica Koumas today!

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Upcoming Dates:

3/19 – March Membership Meeting @ AIASC HQ

3/24 – YAF Happy Hour Social @ TBD

3/26-3/28 – AIASC State Conference in Greenville

4/15 – April Membership Meeting @ AIASC HQ

4/18 – Annual Kids in Architecture Event @ EdVenture

5/14-5/16 – AIA National Convention in Atlanta


Check Out Clemson Architecture’s Solar Decathlon Team!

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USC’s Russell House – Leadership and Service Center:

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Meeting Sponsor

DIRTT

http://www.dirtt.net/

January 28th

12:00pm

$5 lunch + tour

Please RSVP to Robyn Fisher by noon Monday, January 26th

rfisher@quackenbusharchitects.com

Wednesday, April 10th

12:30 at McWaters

(1104 Shop Rd  Columbia, SC 29201)

LUNCH $5

RSVP by April 9th at 1PM to jbucher@boudreauxgroup.com

 

Our Presenters this month:

Irene Tyson

Irene will give a brief presentation on the upcoming Urban Land Institute Midlands Reality Check on October 22.  The Reality Check is a regional land use visioning exercise where about 300 leaders throughout the region will be invited to craft guiding principles and a vision for how the Midlands will develop over the next 30 years.  The Midlands population is expected to grow by 450,000 by 2043, where will these people live?  Where will their jobs be located?  What infrastructure is needed to support them?  How will we protect and enhance our quality of life?  Come find out how to help!

http://www.uli.org/programs/local-programs/reality-check-regional-planning-sustainable-development/

 Luke McCary and Adrienne Montare

 AIASC President Luke McCary and Executive Director Adrienne Montare will give a brief update on the Chapter’s 100 year anniversary programs, legislative issues and direction for the future of the Chapter. Attendees will have a chance to ask questions about membership benefits and how the organization can improve to be of better service to our members.