FAIA


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FAIAFlorida Association of Insurance Agents
FAIAFellow, American Institute of Architects (honorary position)
FAIAFood Additives and Ingredients Association (Kent, UK)
FAIAFellow of the Australian Institute of Architects (Australia)
FAIAFlorida Automotive Industry Association
FAIAFellow of the Association of International Accountants
FAIAFord Asian Indian Association
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Having put the problem clearly into perspective, the FAIA went on to offer its position in the matter.
The survey questions and the final report, due out shortly, will be available on FAIA's website for agency members only and will be the most comprehensive survey of its type ever conducted in Florida.
Smith, FAIA of Zervas Group Architects recognized the building owner, Lisa Woo, for her perseverance through a six-year design and construction schedule.
Franta, FAIA, of the Rocky Mountain Institute, the Alliance for a Sustainable Colorado
"Architecture is culture," says architect and professor Melvin Mitchell, a member of the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects (FAIA).
Carson Looney, FAIA, Mark Jones, AIA, Looney Ricks Kiss
Gonzalez, FAIA, is the principal-in-charge at Pasadena, Calif.-based Gonzalez/ Goodale Architects.
In the second, Ester Faia and Tommaso Monacelli consider optimal monetary policy in a world in which policymakers in each country have an incentive to improve the welfare of domestic residents by manipulating the terms of trade in their own favor.
Cohen, FAIA, FACHA, Design for Aging; key staff of the owner's two existing and outmoded skilled nursing homes; and the numerous architectural, engineer lug, and design professionals involved, we all seemed to 'keep our eye on that ball' throughout the design process.
The Food Additives and Ingredients Association (FAIA) aims to provide accurate information on the use and purpose of additives and ingredients and to raise public awareness of additives as a positive contribution to food safety.
Note on the conference: Thanks to those who participated in the Ethics and Architecture conference, including architectural writers Mary Zabouglio Donovan and Elizabeth Kubany and speakers Professor Jean Gardner, Parsons School of Design; Professor Frank Harmon, FAIA of the University of North Carolina and Harvard Visiting Professor; Professor Eugene Kremer, FAIA, of Kansas State University; Professor Stanley Tigerman, FAIA, of Tigerman McCurry Architects and cofounder of ARCHEWORKS, Chicago; Professor John Matteson, of John Jay College, New York City; and Leevi Kiil, FAIA, managing partner of HLW Architects and President of the AIA New York Chapter (also a co-sponsor of the event).
Garduque, FAIA, is principal and founder of Garduque Architects.