Please join us for the CSI Atlanta September 2015 Technical Session.
Architectural Acoustics. AIA-HSW Course # 00AA01
This course will use details and examples to cover design criteria such as
Pace Pickel CSI CST, LEED AP, Industry IIDA
USG - Arrchitectural Services
Email: ppickel@@usg.com / Phone: 404-202-8792
Pace Pickel has been with USG since 1981 and has held a variety of sales positions. In 2001, he was asked to be one of the original 16 members of a new group being formed at USG whose sole responsibility is to provide service and education to Design Professionals. In this role, he has provided and average of 30-40 AIA, GBCI or IDCEC presentations every year to design firms, colleges and universities.
Please support the chapter's fund raiser by having a table top display at one of our monthly meetings. Additionally, you will be recognized at our dinner meeting and will have an opportunity to share information about your company with all attendees.
Please contact Robin Murphy for a table top email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
We will also make sure your company advertisement or logo is displayed during the Dinner Meeting.
Each Division Night Sponsor will also be recognized at the June Awards banquet.
Please sign up today!!!
This historical speaker event is sponsored and made possible by:
Chip O'Rear of Custom Building Products
Jere Street of MAPEI Corporation
Marsha Moore Harding of PNA Construction Technologies
Carlo DiMaio of PPG
Matthew Heald of Shewin Williams
Bill Harding/Bob Houck of Styo Systems
Frank Lloyd Wright was born June 8th, 1867 in rural Richland Center, Wisconsin. He was the greatest American architect. Just ask him! Except he’d tell you he’s the greatest architect from anywhere… ever!
Frank made Richard Wagner look humble. His life was a grand soap opera on a roller coaster and it went on for 91 years if you don’t count the fact that somebody had one of his houses built in Ireland a couple years ago or that he was buried twice. Wright promoted organic architecture and is known for his Usonian house concept and his Prairie School movement. Wright’s buildings speak for themselves, but a viewing of Ken Burn’s documentary is a big help.