PUT A LID ON IT. CLOSE THE GASHES IN NEIGHBORHOODS LEFT BY FREEWAY CONSTRUCTION.
Friends of San Diego Architecture Lecture with Rob Wellington Quigley, FAIA Architect Rob Quigley will talk about San Diego Commons’ plans to cover sections of Interstate 5 and close the “gash” between downtown and its immediate neighbors, Balboa Park and Golden Hill/ Sherman Heights.
Rob will also discuss the opportunities for San Diego to benefit from the Biden Administration’s $2 trillion infrastructure program. Established in 1978, Rob Wellington Quigley, FAIA, is a full service architecture and planning firm with offices in San Diego and Palo Alto, California.
The Quigley studio has received more than 70 awards for design excellence from the American Institute of Architects.
WHEN: 9:30 a.m., Saturday, April 17, on Zoom For free ZOOM link CLICK HERE.)
Meeting ID: 820 9012 7484
Lecture will also be recorded and put online.
Join By Computer
Close any program on your computer that uses your camera, for instance Skype.
Have a headset available if possible to minimize feedback – your cellphone earbuds will work well.
Click the Zoom link provided above and Zoom should automatically and quickly download to your computer.
Open the program that was downloaded. If it does not open automatically, open the Downloads folder on your computer, click Zoom_launcher.exe. Zoom should direct you to this with a large orange flag.
If prompted, enter the Meeting ID and Passcode printed above in italics.
Once Zoom has launched, a screen should pop up asking for your name. This will identify you during the meeting.
You should now be part of the meeting. Click the green button that says “Join Audio By Computer” (you will automatically be muted at the beginning of the meeting).
At 9:30 you will be admitted into the meeting.
Join By Tablet or Smartphone
If you choose to use your tablet or smartphone, be sure to download the Zoom app ahead of time from the app store on your device
Once you have downloaded the Zoom app, follow the “Join by computer” instructions above. We want to start on time – please allow extra time to get online!
In consideration of the speakers, please arrive 15 minutes early in order to get successfully connected. We don’t want you to miss any of this great lecture! Questions?
Contact: Joshua Larson, President, Friends of San Diego Architecture, firstname.lastname@example.org