agenda - AIA Missouri

AIA Missouri
Legislative Day
It all starts here, our Capitol, our State, our organization. AIA members are Missouri’s foundation for architectural success. Legislation and best practices are vital to our profession and community growth. Join us for the 2015 AIA MO Grassroots Legislative Day on March 31, 2015 for an impactful day combining education and public advocacy. To register, visit 9:30 AIA Missouri professionals make things
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10:00 TOUR OF LEWIS & CLARK STATE OFFICE BUILDING – Presentation by Larry Archer, DNR and Charlie Brzuchalski, AIA (FMD&C) Group will leave for tour on trolleys @ 10 am 3.31.2015
The Lewis & Clark State Office Building is
sited eight blocks from Jefferson City’s
downtown and is certified as LEED Platinum.
This building proudly reports it is 60% more
energy efficient than the typical office
building, has a 70% domestic water reduction
from rainwater harvest, and has a 50%
lighting cost reduction using day lighting.
“The Lewis and Clark State Office building
incorporates numerous elements of
sustainable design, which minimizes its
impact on the environment. The building was
designed to be compatible with the MO Dept.
of Natural Resources’ mission of preserving,
protecting, restoring and enhancing
Missouri’s natural, cultural and energy
resources. The Lewis and Clark State Office
Building demonstrates that green buildings
are not only good for the environment but
also save money in the long run – making it
all about the green.” Sara Parker Pauley,
Director, MO DNR
MO Chamber of
Commerce Offices
428 E. Capitol Ave.
Jefferson City, MO
11:30 LUNCH & LEGISLATIVE UPDATE Trolleys will take the group back to the
Missouri Chamber for Lunch and a brief
Legislative Update
REGISTER today and
receive a discount!
AIA Members: $35 in advance or
$40 at the door.
Non-members are welcome.
$45 in advance or $50 at door.
1.5 CEU’s
12:45 CAPITOL VISITS Trolleys will depart for State Capitol.
Members will be provided with information for
short meetings with key legislators. Members
will go in groups and assigned coordinators
will lead the discussions.
Pat Amick, CMP
Executive Director
(573) 635-8555
NETWORKING & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST 2:30 to 3:30 TROLLEYS LEAVE CAPITOL Trolleys will continually run from the Capitol
back to the MO Chamber of Commerce
building. Members are asked to make notes
from their meetings and leave with AIA MO
staff before departing.