Posts tagged with "Asbestos":
Then the Architecture Lobby, a national nonprofit focused on labor and social issues in the field, responded to Sink's tweet, which provoked an outcry of criticism against the AIA's silence:
This raises the question of professional ethics. #architects are part of the construction industry. I’d like my professional organization @AIANational to weigh in on this proposed change. https://t.co/8vIuB5sQkt— Donna Sink, Architect (@DonnaSinkArch) August 7, 2018
This -- the proposed change, and the @AIANational's silence -- is not okay and we need to speak out.Heart or retweet if you agree! https://t.co/LwvYkvZy0f — The Architecture Lobby (@Arch_Lobby) August 7, 2018
@NCARB@AIANational?#architecture #greenbuildinghttps://t.co/BMPDKOm0hJ — ProgressiveArchitect (@PrgrsvArchitect) August 7, 2018Even the firm Brooks + Scarpa weighed in: According to a tweet, 2019 AIA vice-president/2020 president-elect Jane Frederick, FAIA, has spoken with current 2018 President Carl Elefante via email to discuss the organization's involvement with the discussion on asbestos. The Architect's Newspaper received word from the AIA as of 1 p.m. today that they will be releasing a comment soon. Stay tuned. The EPA is taking public comments on the Significant New Use Rule (SNUR) on asbestos through this Friday, August 10. At the time of publication, 154 comments have been submitted. Let the EPA know your thoughts here.