In this issue:
· AIANY Call for Instructors: ECCNYS-2010 Training Course
· AIANYS Tri-State Convention Early Bird Deadline Extended
· Passing: Robert Djerejian
· e-Calendar


AIANY Call for Instructors: ECCNYS-2010 Training Course
AIANY is partnering with NYSERDA and Urban Green Council/USGBC to offer four-hour course trainings to familiarize architects and engineers with the 2010 Energy Conservation Construction Code of NY State (ECCCNYS-2010), the fundamentals of low energy design, and the processes available to demonstrate compliance. Instructors are being sought to deliver this course from the pre-prepared PowerPoint. All building types, with the exception of low-rise residential, will be addressed. The course will not follow the ECCCNYS-2010 step-by-step, but will give participants familiarity with the code and the tools needed to demonstrate compliance. The main focus of the curriculum will cover Building Envelope, HVAC, Service Water Heating, Electric Power and Lighting, and Total Building Performance. Instructors must be familiar with all aspects of building systems and with the ECCCNYS-2010. Instructors will be paid at the rate of $750 per session. Reimbursements for out-of-town travel and lodging will be available as needed. Contact Jay Bond, AIANY Policy Director, at jbond@aiany.org for more information on becoming an instructor.


AIANYS Tri-State Convention Early Bird Deadline Extended
Registration is still open for the AIANYS Tri-State Convention, to take place 09.21-21.11 at Bally’s in Atlantic City, NJ. The early bird rate deadline has been extended to 09.09.11, after which the registration will increase by $50. This design conference features continuing education classes; two keynote sessions; an ice-breaker reception; the AIANYS Design Awards Dinner; a one-day Product Showcase with more than 95 booths; and a Tri-State Design Awards Gala. To register, go to www.myprereg.com/events/AIA11 or call (609) 393-5690.


Passing: Robert Djerejian
AIANY mourns the passing of Robert Djerejian, AIA, a recipient of the AIANY Design Excellence Award. He was a senior consultant for Haines, Lundberg & Waehler International, (HLW International), helping bring the firm to international prominence with offices in London, Shanghai, and Saudi Arabia. Djerejian had been an Emeritus member of the Board of Trustees of Pratt Institute since 1992, where he chaired the Nominations Committee and was the Vice Chairman of the Executive Committee. To read more about Djerejian, click here.


eCALENDAR
eCalendar includes an interactive listing of architectural events around NYC. Click the link to go to eCalendar on the Web.