Chapter Meeting, Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Water Street Seafood Company
309 N. Water St. Corpus Christi, TX 78401
5:30pm Social, 6pm Meeting/Presentation
Presenter: Sally Shea
Learning Units: 1 LU|HSW
Title: Floor Flatness for Ceramic and Stone Tile Installation
Participants will learn how floor flatness is critical for a tile installation.
- Participants will learn how floor flatness is specified and measured.
- Participants will learn the differences between Division 3 and Division 9 requirements.
- Participants will learn how floor flatness is achieved.
Cyndi Wright, Managing Editor for South Texas Construction News will be visiting our Chapter and is hoping to get some good photos for their newspaper.
Program to be announced.
*Dinner is free to Architect, Associate and Affiliate Members. Interns are $5 and other guests are $20
Corpus Christi Livability Summit, Hosted by Federal Highway Administration and Metropolitan Planning Organization
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
8:30am – 4:00pm at the Ortiz Center
Spend an inspiring and informative day discussing best practices for livability and sustainability programs and projects in the Corpus Christi region. Join with peers from other agencies, including U.S. DOT, HUD, and EPA to discuss how transportation systems can best support livability for the Corpus Christi region.
Participants at this free workshop will hear the latest information on major plans and programs that are advancing livability in the Corpus Christi region. Bring questions or issues about projects that you are involved in, to get help and insights from other regional entities. Discuss how agencies, local governments, and the private sector can work together to advance key livability goals and objectives.
New Job Posting Portal Available through Del Mar College Architectural Drafting Technology Webpage:
A new web page and information about posting jobs for students and interns is available through Del Mar College, see the following link - http://www.delmar.edu/adt/. You can go to the Industrial Job Portal and register and submit job information. Students will go to the Portal and upload their resumes to be viewed by potential employers. Since only registered employers can view the resumes, it is highly recommended that those of you interested in hiring to please register.
Of course, you can also post your job listings through AIA Corpus Christi! Please contact Debbie Montez at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
City of Corpus Christi – Boards & Commissions Opportunities
The City Secretary’s office is currently soliciting resumes from individuals who are willing to volunteer their time to serve the city on a Board or Commission. (There are many options!) For more information, go online to www.cctexas.com, I Want To…Apply for a City Board. You may also contact Glenda Grasz at 826-3893.
Support the Profession - Donate to ArchiPAC & TAC!
Join this year's contributors and support architectural adovacy at the state and national levels of our government.
TAC and ArchiPAC are non-profit and political action organizations for architects. TAC helps advocacy efforts at the state level, while ArchiPAC is focused at the national level. Texas members of the AIA can participate by contributing to both organizations. TAC and ArchiPAC thank all contributors for their generous support of their advocacy efforts on behalf of the architectural profession. Go to the ArchiPAC and TAC websites for more information and to donate.
See the side bar for those who have already donated, and add your name to the list of local members contributing to each of these organizations!