Monthly Membership Meeting
Spartan Hall of Fame Café
1601 West Lake Lansing Road
East Lansing, MI 48823
(See May Membership Meeting and Tour for revised location)
3rd Thursday of the Month from 12:00
to 1:30 pm
$10.00 Non-AIA (employed by an A/E Firm)
$5.00 AIA Associates/Students
RSVP the Wednesday before the meeting to:
David Moss, AIA
February Membership Meeting
Date: February 15, 2018 from noon to 1:30
Location: Spartan Hall of Fame Café
Project "A"! Prior to our scheduled program, David Lenz will provide an overview of what our Project "A" Team has developed and is to have constructed for the East Lansing Art Festival in May. Illustrations of what will be built, its design intent, and information on how you as a chapter member can assist in this very community engagement driven and worthwhile event will be provided.
Provider: Brett Wildfong with Firestone
Program: Single Ply (R)evolution
Gain a working knowledge of single-ply system attachment methods, adhesives, fasteners ans other accessories.
Discover the variety of forces acting upon a roof and how single-ply roofing systems respond to their influence.
Review the impact of environmental codes and standards on roofing system composition to meet ever more stringent air quality, thermal and moisture resistance requirements.
Evaluated the primary issues to be addressed when considering a vegetative roof solution.
Look forward to seeing everyone at our meeting!
Program worth 1 AIA/CES, LU
MID-MICHIGAN CODE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION
The Mid-Michigan Code Officials Association (MMCOA) has scheduled classes for 2017. See events calendar below for more information.
CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS INSTITUTE (CSI) LANSING CHAPTER
Date and Time: February 6, 2018 at 12 noon
RSVP to Dan Goodman at firstname.lastname@example.org by February 2, 2018 by the end of the day.
Location: Tony M's, 4320 S. Creyts Road, Lansing, Michigan
This month's program will be presented by Mark Rudnicki, MiFB Institute. He will be presenting an AIA Continuing Education Seminar titled:
“The Michigan Forest Bioeconomy”
About the Presenter:
Dr. Mark Rudnicki is a Professor of Practice in Forest Biomaterials in the school of Forest Resources and Environmental Science at Michigan Technological University. He earned his Ph.D. at the University of Alberta, Master of Science in Forestry at Michigan Tech and BS in Natural Resource Management at Colorado State University.
After attending this seminar, you will be able to understand
Form many decades, the forest sector was largely comprised of pulp and paper, dimension lumber and other wood products. Today and especially in the future, this sector is expanding to encompass a forest bioeconomy with crosses into bioenergy, biochemical, textiles, construction, etc. This presentation will explain the vision of a forest bioeconomy in Michigan and Michigan’s prime position to develop a forest bioeconomy. It will also cover the role of mass timber buildings in the bioeconomy and their benefits to the environment and advantage to human well-being.
Notice: Please note there are not monthly meeting scheduled for CSI during the months of July and August. CSI Meetings start back up in the Fall.
The CSI Lansing Chapter is an AIA CES Provider Partner and provides educational programming at their monthly meetings. See events calendar below for more information. Contact Allen Ludwick for more information or to RSVP. Ludwick@mayottearchitects.com