October Chapter Meeting

Please join us Thursday, October 16th at noon at the Original Oyster House for next month’s CEU Lunch n Learn.

October’s luncheon is sponsored by Rinnai and will feature a 1hr HSW CEU on Tankless Water Heating Solutions


Please stop on out, have some tasty grub and learn a thing or two!

can it!

A very heartfelt thank you to everyone who helped out our less fortunate neighbors by bringing in some canned good this summer for our can drive.


Sad however, that with a Chapter of 60 members and 20 affiliates that we only saw a handful of people reach into their cabinets and grab a couple cans on their way to a free lunch.


Thanks to Jim Bray, Buddy Floyd, Steve Stone, Nic Gray and Louis Tooker for helping bring all of the booty down to All Saints Episcopal!

AIA Mobile Food Share low








Learnin’ is good.

BPI Logo 04.01.11September 24th and 25th, there will be a two-day SIX CEU event, graciously hosted by Jennifer Martindale and the folks at BPI.  Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all provided by the Grand Hotel.

click here for the BPI flyer

FRG Open House





Please save Thursday, October 23rd on your calendars to attend an Open House and CEU presentation at Facilities Resource Group’s new Spanish Fort showroom!

click here for the flyer



Recent graduates may qualify for free AIA membership!

If you have graduated from an accredited architecture program within the past 18 months, you may be eligible for free AIA membership.  Click here for more information.



AIA Mobile lends a hand

IMG_0867IMG_0862IMG_0865A small but mighty group of 7 volunteers came out on an eventually downpour-y Saturday to help out McKemie Place in Mobile. McKemie Place is the area’s only homeless shelter serving exclusively single women.  They had a need for time and materials to help build out a pair of large storage closets and shelving, along with painting and a few other tasks.

Kudos to Nic Gray, Louis Tooker, Jim Bray, Brad Christensen, Kristina Stone, Lora Michael and Steve Stone for coming out and lending a hand.  The chapter donated the materials and the folks at McKemie couldn’t have been more gracious as hosts.

our bad

sorry-game1the executive committee apologizes to the three four people who regularly check aiamobile.org for our lack of content lately.  the password to the website was stolen by gypsies and had to be recovered through shady means.  moving forward, we promise to get back to our normal boring posts that shall be uploaded on our usual sporadic schedules.

AIA Mobile honored by HandsOn South Alabama

Kudos to everyone who came out last year to pitch on on the various service projects. For its efforts, the Chapter was nominated and called out for outstanding service by HandsOn South Alabama.  Fine work to all.  More service projects to come in 2013 for sure.

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