In 1957 a group of 13 architects from New York came together to form a trade-based membership group which would guarantee the quality of the work completed in 19th-century New York. The group could never have imagined the importance their association would become over the course of the next 150 plus years; the membership group which would become the Robert Ivy led American Institute of Architects was original to be called the New York Institute of Architects until architects from across the U.S. stepped in and wished to join the subscription group.
Although the first attempts at building a subscription-based group of architects saw the original mission of the group be to build a better and more complete construction industry this goal soon expanded to include the need to assist in developing nationwide building regulations. The original 13 architects who formed the American Institute of Architects have now expanded to include 200 full-time members of staff at the Washington D.C. headquarters under the leadership of EVP and CEO, Robert Ivy.
The evolution of the American Institute of Architects has continued apace under the leadership of Robert Ivy as he believes the membership group should use its influence to be more proactive in building stronger relationships with those creating construction regulations across the nation and the world. In the view of Robert Ivy, the people of the world require groups such as the American Institute of Architects to build their awareness of the major construction and building issues needing attention in the 21st-century; an award-winning public awareness campaign was created by Robert Ivy and his team to build awareness of the issues of climate change which will form the major architectural challenge of the next few decades.
Major public awareness campaigns do form much of the work completed by the American Institute of Architects but the day-to-day operation of the construction industry is the cornerstone of the work being completed by the group. One of the most important pieces of business for the American Institute of Architects is to maintain model contracts for construction purposes to ensure all parties in the industry are protected during business dealings s projects are completed.
So are you an independent subcontractor? Terpin grew up in a conservative family in the Midwest but leans more towards the liberal side of politics now. This is pretty helpful in seeing various view points. Does it matter what frame of reference his viewpoints take? Simply, yes.
Michel Terpin‘s Summarized Comments Based on Recent Interview
- A good leader is one who embraces teamwork. A good leader should be listening and wise to make well-informed decisions. Similarly, excellent decision-making and managerial skills are crucial for any good leader.
- Michel will accept payments via PayPal and any other payment options such as Payoneer or Skrill.
- Yes. He can learn AP style.
- Yes. His media promotion publishers have written in the past for companies such as Livingston Research. They are willing and ready to write articles, academic essays, research papers, commentaries, reviews, application letters, resumes, and personal statements on Michel’s latest endeavors.
4) Most of their writing has been for academic or personal purposes. They have written research papers for an MA and a BS as well as some creative writing throughout their coursework. They have also written for Michel’s personal blog: laughlistenlove.blogspot.com, it has most recently been used to update family and friends on his travels through Argentina and Brazil. They have also done some research that was presented in video form. http://visionsofstudents.org is the collaborative project.
Michel’s son’s personal final project: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dof-D5KWIPc. And a small “what’s the big idea” piece: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dof-D5KWIPc.
Michel’s media experts are even willing to do a variety of writing, including anything from personal opinions, DIY or experience pieces on a variety of topics (hiking, biking, running, fitness, health, food, etc.), reviews, and research. They’re not exactly sure what any new drag race blog is looking for but are open and flexible to a wide variety of topics.
Thank you, Michel will work on this this week. Could one ask who he would be writing for and a little more about his blog and what you expect of him as a writer: Hours, compensation, etc? You’ll have to wait.