FNGA Strengthens Bridge to Architects
The work is done. The Trump Doral was still under construction—but palatable nonetheless. Dan Swanson held court at the AIA Annual Convention and once again, charmed, disarmed and extracted enough information from the Architects on the ground to bolster the notion that, indeed, they are rainmakers for the natural gas industry.
Over 300 passed by the FNGA booth to watch the Creative Energy Awards entries/video submissions, register for the Great Gas Grill Giveaway and drop off the Brainstorm entries. The Brainstorm is new this year: Architects were given one day to sketch a "no limits, no boundaries, no budget" natural gas usage plan in any structure of their choice. The submissions are viewable below for all to enjoy. And Scott Ranck had almost 100 eager ears to soak up and apply the latest Natural Gas benefits related to long term cost reduction and energy efficiency. The CEU credit course is a big moment for our participation in the entire AIA Program. All in all, the show was rated by Dan and Walter as the best to date. Here are the winners of this years AIA Contests and Giveaways.
Great Gas Grill Giveaway: Ron Bertone, Wellington, Florida
- Natural Gas Brainstorm: Monica Capelluto for Paella's World Seaquarium
- Creative Energy Competition: Mateu Architecture
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