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As we look forward to 2017 and the 12th anniversary of the AIA Peconic chapter, we want to thank all of our members for your continued support of AIA Peconic.

In the coming year our primary objectives remain to serve and support the needs of our membership, and to further our mission with a focus on professional development, design excellence and public outreach. We are starting the third year of the 5-year AIA member realignment plan and as times are changing we feel that it is becoming increasingly important to update our programs to reflect the new trends, requirements, and opportunities. We will continue to offer traditional CEU credit programs, as well as mixing in some new formats for our AIA Peconic monthly meetings with the hopes of involving more of our membership. We would like to encourage our members to view the meetings as an opportunity to learn from and to connect with other members of the architectural community here on the East End. We are also looking to increase the involvement of our Associate members and to show them support as they start their careers and their journey on the road to licensure. Any new ideas and suggestions are always welcome, so please let us know your thoughts.

It was wonderful to see so many of you our AIA Peconic annual events this past year. The 2016 12th annual Golf and Dinner Event was held in September on Shelter Island at the Gardiner’s Bay Country Club to benefit the Anthony DiSunno AIA Peconic Education & Scholarship Program. It was a beautiful day and the feedback was incredibly positive regarding the course and the club, so if you missed it don’t worry, the Golf Committee is working on scheduling it there again for 2017. This year four architectural scholarships were presented by the Anthony DiSunno AIA Peconic Education & Scholarship Committee to the recipients at a special picnic held at the Southampton Historical Museum in June. And the 2016 Daniel J. Rowen Design Awards Program attracted 27 impressive entries culminating at the “Celebrating Architecture” Gala event which was held in October in the Sayre Barn at the Southampton Historical Museum. You can view the entries and the winners on our website at www.AIAPeconic.org.

We’d like to give a special thanks to all the people who give unselfishly of their time and support to AIA Peconic and to all of the committee members and volunteers who help this organization to grow and thrive, we appreciate you. Here’s to 2017, a new year of celebrating the value of architecture and continuing to spread the word.

                                                                                     Michele Hugo, AIA – AIA Peconic President 2017

 

http://www.aiapeconic.org/resource/resmgr/2017_AIA_P__Board_Members_&_.pdf

 

 

YEAR EAST END SECTION CHARTERED
1992 Andrew Weiss AIA
1993 Joseph Deppe AIA
1994 Anthony DiSunno AIA
1995 Robert Ortman AIA
1996 Amado Ortiz AIA
1997 Richard Stott AIA
1998 Henry Flynn AIA
1999 Shawn Leonard AIA
2000 Debbie Kropf AIA
2001 Andrew Weiss AIA
2002 Maziar Behrooz AIA
2003 Amado Ortiz AIA
2004 Christopher DiSunno AIA
2005 Douglas Moyer AIA
PECONIC CHAPTER CHARTERED
2005 Douglas Moyer AIA
2006 Richard Stott AIA
2007 Richard Stott AIA
2008 Ian McDonald AIA
2009 William A. Sclight, AIA
2010 Anne Surchin, AIA
2011 Andy Weiss AIA
2012 Andy Weiss AIA
2013 Richard Sheckman AIA
2014 Anne Sherry AIA
2015 Luis Peris AIA
2016 Luis Peris AIA
2017 Michele Hugo AIA


  

 


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