As leaders in our industry, we feel it is important for our team to share and learn with our industry peers. The time we commit to local industry organizations only helps us better understand how we can improve on our project collaboration, development approach, and establish stronger teaming opportunities while maintaining the most up to date knowledge in our market. We accomplish these goals through participating and supporting industry organizations like:
American Institute of Architects (AIA): www.aia.org
Association of General Contractors (AGC): www.agc.org
Association of the Wall & Ceiling Industries: www.awci.org
Central City Association (CCA): www.ccala.org
Construction Management Association of America (CMAA): www.cmaanet.org
Construction Owners Association of America (COAA): www.coaa.org
Finishing Contractors Association (FCA): www.finishingcontractors.org
International Interiors Design Association (IIDA): www.iida.org
International Union of Painters & Allied Trades Union (IUPATU): www.iupat.org
Los Angeles Headquarters Association (LAHQ): www.laheadquarters.com
Project Management Institute (PMI): www.pmi.org
Southern California Development Forum (SCDF): www.scdf.org
United Brotherhood of the Carpenters (UBC): www.carpenters.org
USC Architectural Guild Association: arch.usc.edu
Western Wall Ceiling Contractors Association (WWCCA): www.wwcca.org
KNOWLEDGE IS KEY.
Join us at the Finish Line!
As many of you know, Sharpe Interior Systems, Inc. participated in the AIDS/LifeCycle event, which is a 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles to raise funds for the life-saving services offered by the Los Angeles LGBT Center and the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. The event started Sunday, June 2nd and finished on Saturday, June 8th. The Sharpe team was a part of 3,000 Cyclists who participated in the AIDS/LifeCycle event this year. Friends, families and colleagues of AIDS/LifeCycle participants – come cheer on your Riders as they complete their journey down the coast of California!
We invite and encourage you to join us on the final day for the "Finish Line Festival" located at 7850 Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. If you’re planning on cheering on a participant, talk to them beforehand to get an idea of when they expect to arrive at the Finish Line Festival site. The fastest Cyclists usually ride in around 11AM, with most cyclists coming in between 12PM and 4PM. The Finish Line Festival will take place from 11AM to 5:00PM. What happens at the Finish Line Festival (aside from the overall sensation of victory?) The Finish Line includes a main stage with music and dancing, a food truck village serving diverse and delicious cuisine, photo opportunities, and at 5:00pm an end-of-event video presentation!
As a reminder, the Sharpe team includes the following:
Adam Bice, Adam Bice Creative
Gabriel Eguia, Clune Construction
Michael Metz, Matt Construction
Greg O'Connor, GCX Interiors
For more information about the Finish Line activities, click here: