UPCOMING SEMINAR INFORMATION
Thursday, September 18th, 2014 11:30 AM - CPR Training led by Amy Leung of Cavignac & Associates. In this one hour training, we'll go over the step-by-step basics of CPR so you can be better prepared to help others in case of emergency. Upon completion you will recieve record of your one hour training, that can be used towards credit for an American Red Cross certification with additional hours. Read more...
ARCHTOBERFEST - JAPANESE FRIENDSHIP GARDEN TOUR
October 4th, 2014 | 2:00 PM - In support of Archtoberfest , Society for Design Administration (SDA) will be hosting a site tour during the first Saturday in October. Kotaro Nakamura, principal of Roesling Nakamura Terada Architects (RNT) and Interim Director, School of Art+Design, SDSU, will conduct a tour of the new pavilion located within the existing Japanese Friendship Garden Pavillion at Balboa Park. Read more...
SDA SAN DIEGO ANNUAL PROJECT SITE TOUR RECAP
Project Site: San Diego Central Library
SDA Member firm, Rob Wellington Quigley Architects teamed with Tucker Sadler Architects to design the long-awaited New Central Library. SDA San Diego hosted a tour of the almost completed library on March 14th, 2013. The tour was presented by members of the construction team, Turner Construction. The new San Diego Central Library, designed for LEED Silver certification, is a nine-story archive of flexible space replete with public amenities. Topping the structure is a great, airy, reading room shaded by a latticework dome. Bay view terraces, roof gardens, an auditorium, a café, and a regional art gallery also invite the public in. The New Central Library opened to the public on September 28, 2013.
For more information on this great project, see Quigley’s site, as well as the main library informational website: http://www.supportmylibrary.org/centrallibrary/centralnews
Who is SDA?
For over 50 years, the Society for Design Administration (SDA), an affiliate of The American Institute of Architects, has promoted education and “best practices” in management and professional standards of design firm administrative personnel. SDA Membership stretches across the United States and Canada and is comprised of personnel in the design profession, including architecture, engineering, construction, landscape and interior design. View a list of current members.
What is SDA?
SDA enhances the professional development and personal growth of its members, and consequently the development and growth of their respective companies. To accomplish this, SDA provides a host of networking opportunities, as well as educational resources in the areas of: Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Marketing, Office Administration, and Project Management.