Friday, May 13, 2011
This is a terrific location in an up-and-coming neighborhood partially residential and commercial, just across the street from the Shattuck Avenue Berkeley Bowl and Walgreens parking lots. The office suite is a second floor nicely remodeled space for up to 8 employees. It includes a secure 2-car garage below with a private entrance on a quiet side street. The office suite has many windows and views of the East Bay hills. It has one large room, a medium sized room and a 3rd room which can be closed off for conferences or executive use, a large storage closet which can be used for a mini-kitchen, a bathroom, a foyer with wooden counters and sliding frosted glass windows at the top of the carpeted stairway and generous wood storage cabinets along a wall in the largest room. It is a perfect space for doctors, designers, architects, bio tech, etc. It is within walking distance of Ashby BART and downtown BART, the UC Campus, and AC Transit. Kirala Restaurant and Crixa Cakes and Coffee are a block walk away. The building has a quiet single tenant. UTILITIES INCLUDED.
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Where: Cinnabar Hills Golf Club
23600 McKean Road, San Jose, CA
Time: 1:30pm Shotgun T-Off
Format: 4 Person Scramble
Golf: $150/Person – includes fees, cart, driving range, tee prizes, awards ceremony and fajita dinner. Soft spikes & collared shirts required
Presenting Tournament Sponsor: 16500, Inc.
For more information:Register on-line via www.aiascv.org OR Make check payable to: AIASCV 325 S. First Street, Ste. 100, San Jose, CA 95113 Phone: 408-298-0611 Fax: 408-298-0619
Request for Executive Architect - Medical Office Building Space OSHPD 3 Conversion, UCSD Medical Center
The University of California, San Diego, will be selecting an Executive Architect to perform design, construction drawings, bid, and construction phase services for an approximately 20,000 GSF conversion of an existing medical office space to OSHPD 3 located on the second floor of an existing medical office building. The approximate total construction cost is estimated at $2,700,000 at CCCI 4842. The project is subject to the campus/university academic and administrative approval process.
Please visit our website at www.fdc.ucsd.edu, select the Design Professionals tab and then the Request for Qualifications tab to access the following documents: Request for Qualification package, University Form Attachment B, and a sample Standard Form 330 for your use if you choose to submit a proposal.
Proposals are due no later than 4:00 p.m., Thursday, May 26, 2011.
Final selection and appointment is contingent upon project approval.
For more information: Technical questions or questions regarding the scope of the project should be directed to Gary Wissert, Project Manager, Facilities Design & Construction, firstname.lastname@example.org. UCSD requests that interested firms refrain from contacting any other party regarding this project
Every effort will be made to ensure that all persons have equal access to contracts and other business opportunities with the University within the limits imposed by law or University policy. Each Candidate Firm may be required to show evidence of its equal employment opportunity policy.
Wednesday, May 04, 2011
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has just posted a May 2011 update to the CEQA Guidelines. The CEQA Guidelines were updated to reflect the Air District’s recently released refined risk and hazard analysis tools. The updated CEQA Guidelines include other clarifications and revisions, summarized on page i in the document, to further assist lead agencies in implementing the Air District’s thresholds of significance.
The Air District also released updates to the following risk and hazard support documents:
Recommended Methods for Screening and Modeling Local Risks and Hazards- describes in detail how to screen and model risk and hazards from stationary, highway, and roadway sources. Also discusses the assumptions and methodologies used in developing the Air District’s stationary source, highway, and roadway screening analysis tools.
Screening Analysis Flow Chart- outlines a step-by-step screening process for estimating risk and hazard impacts in projects.
For more information: Please contact Alison Kirk at email@example.com or 415-749-5169.
Project submissions for the AIA SIERRA VALLEY design awards program are open to all AIA members who have projects (built or unbuilt) within our chapter area. Our chapter includes San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Calaveras, Tuolumne, Mariposa, Mono, and Inyo Counties.
April-May Open Registration / Submittal Packages Distributed
August 22, 2011 Submittal Packages Due Back
September 2, 2011 Jury
September 15, 2011 EVENT!
First Entry (1) $400 Includes 10 VIP Passes
Second Entry (2) $600 Includes 20 VIP Passes
Three or More $700 Includes 30 VIP Passes
How to Submit: Please contact Greg Pires, AIA Chairman via email or phone listed below and indicate the number of projects you wish to submit. You will then be issued an entry number and sent the submittal package with detailed instructions and guidelines. Feel free to contact Greg with any other questions you may have regarding the program.
For more information: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (209) 576-8222
The AIASV DESIGN AWARDS PROGRAM will be held at the HISTORIC STATE THEATRE in downtown Modesto and will kick off the 2011 MODESTO INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURE FESTIVAL
|Learning Objective 1:||Attendees will understand how to control document quality when the documents "live" at various times in different locations.|
|Learning Objective 2:||Attendees will be able to state what forms of team communications predominate and when these forms introduce special risks not normally found when a project is produced within a single office.|
|Learning Objective 3:||Attendees will be able to state benefits for clients from peer level collaborative teams in comparison to the traditional organizations of resources in an office.|
|Learning Objective 4:||Attendees will be able to state three ways to divide responsibilities and when they require formal contracts.|