McDonough & Conroy Architects, P.C.

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03/10/2021
11/26/2020

Have a Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving!
Reach out to someone less fortunate if you can...

08/21/2020

8.20.20 11yrs we've missed you Michael .

06/15/2020

A Statement from
The AIA LI Chapter Board of Directors
Silence will only perpetuate the social injustice built into society. At this point in our history, we as a community are engaged in an uncomfortable but necessary dialog. All of us must participate if we hope to move forward. The AIA Long Island Board of Directors is trying to consider the many diverse experiences and divergent perspectives. We recognize this process will not yield a clear consensus or a simple solution but we feel it is important to include our membership in the conversation.

The AIA Long Island Board of Directors joins our wider community in mourning the succession of tragic events that culminated in Minneapolis. It is another reminder that we all must stand up for equality for all people and communities. It is the duty of all institutions, including the AIA, to reform itself and society in order to safeguard the health, safety, and welfare of all people.

As architects we shape the built environment. We must ensure that the environments we create promote the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Architects must design for all people, no matter color, race, gender, sexual orientation, or physical abilities. We must strive to include under-represented groups and guarantee equitable treatment.

AIA Long Island is not alone in this sentiment, nor do we pretend to express it completely or sufficiently.We would encourage everyone to read the statements issued by:

AIA National
AIA National Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Initiative
The National Organization of Minority Architects
NAACP Legal Defense Fund
Equal Justice Initiative

We appeal to all our members to raise their voice and work for equity and justice. We must take an active role in eliminating discrimination wherever it exists; in our community, in our work places, and in our chapter. AIA Long Island is forming an Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion Committee. This is just a small step in a larger, but necessary, transformation.

We encourage all of our members to participate and support its efforts and to reach out beyond our membership to engage any who may not have felt welcome in the past.

The AIA Long Island Board of Directors support the social reforms currently underway. We seek to carry this spirit of healing reconciliation into the chapter. Let us continue the discussion and work together for unity, equity, and inclusion.

06/08/2020

Sara NY
Society of American Registered Architects

SARA NY is saddened and outraged by the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Eric Garner, Tony McDade and countless black victims of unjust killings. We stand with and support those who are taking a peaceful stand against this abuse of power.

We hope that you and your families are safe and in good health. While we are in the midst of fighting a global pandemic, we must also fight the re emergent threat of racial discrimination and injustice that has plagued our institutions, and its impact on black communities. We condemn racism and fundamentally believe that Black Lives Matter.

As professionals and leaders, we have a responsibility to engage in active discussion and an obligation to work tirelessly toward eradicating these systemic injustices. We will work with our minority members and diverse communities and support them by strengthening their voices to advance curative public policy.

SARA NY is committed to using our resources to advocate for diversity and inclusion. We call on our members and friends to consider supporting organizations that work to diminish inequity and inequality. We call on you to register to vote, and to consider voting in every election. Even the smallest action can effect change.

06/05/2020

We would like to humbly share our American Institute of Architects plan of action...

AIA
To our members,

America's list of racially motivated murders demand action. Eric Garner. Sandra Bland. Michael Brown. Shantel Davis. Atatiana Jefferson. Laquan McDonald. Tony McDade. Pamela Turner. Korryn Gaines. Trayvon Martin. Tamir Rice. Walter Scott. Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and George Floyd. All murdered, because they happened to be black in the United States of America. There are others, and, sadly, we know there will be more. No words can adequately express the depth of anger, frustration, and national shame for their loss or the more than 1,250 black lives ended by police since January 1, 2015, according to The Washington Post's database that tracks police shootings.

Each of these lives should be a clarion call to action. They should spur all of us to do more, and that starts by speaking up, clearly, directly, and consistently.

To be clear, The American Institute of Architects supports the protests to stop systemic, state-sanctioned violence against people of color. Period. We support and are committed to efforts to ensure that our profession is part of the solution that finally dismantles systemic racial injustice and violence—the legacy of one of the United States' original sins, slavery.

The fact is mere words are insufficient salve to bind the wounds created by centuries of brutality and injustice. No single statement can adequately address the United States of America's 400-year legacy of enslavement and violent marginalization of black, indigenous, and other people of color. It is also a fact that what you say is what you do. In that regard, AIA's words and actions have failed to live up to our highest ideals and values. AIA understands the disappointment of our past inaction and inadequate attention to the issue of systemic racial injustice. We were wrong not to address and work to correct the built world's role in perpetuating systemic racial injustice, including the use of slave and forced labor, designing housing that marginalized communities of color, helping to design communities that excluded people of color, and participating in municipal projects that destroyed or weakened thriving African American, Hispanic, and Native American communities.

More than half a century has passed since Dr. Whitney M. Young, Jr., observed that "Decent people have to learn to speak up, and you shouldn't have to be the victim to feel for other people." We can't change the past, but we can, and do, promise to harness the passion of our members and the broader design community to help lead efforts to dismantle the system of racial injustice that continues to end far too many lives and dim far too many futures.

AIA's promise from this day forward is to hold close the anger, anguish, but above all, compassion we've heard from our members demanding that AIA speak out more clearly and urgently on racially motivated acts of violence and police brutality.

That important works starts with each of us. It is our responsibility to work together to break down the barriers that start in architecture school and continue into the firm and workplace that exclude far too many.

To that end, in the coming days and weeks, the focus of our actions will be to acknowledge, listen, and learn. We will review our own programs to directly confront and address systemic racial injustice. We will work more closely with partner organizations that can assist in making meaningful, lasting change for society and our profession. We will listen to our members and seek ways to remove barriers within the profession and AIA. For the longer term, we will ensure that the profession more closely reflects the diversity of society. In short, we are committed to lead in the fight to dismantle this country's centuries-old system of racial injustice and violence, so that future generations know the United States as a place where there is justice and equality for all.

We ask our community to join us and hold us accountable in the coming months and years to ensure that our deeds match our words. Our goal is to finally live up to Mr. Young's words "to speak up" and to learn so that the talent and the expertise of the architect and the built world only work to advance justice, equity and opportunity.

Eric Garner. Sandra Bland. Michael Brown. Shantel Davis. Atatiana Jefferson. Laquan McDonald. Tony McDade. Pamela Turner. Korryn Gaines. Trayvon Martin. Tamir Rice. Walter Scott. Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and George Floyd, the more than 1,250 souls lost to police brutality, and the thousands throughout our history who were killed and injured because of racial animus, deserve nothing less than our best efforts.


The 2020 AIA Board of Directors

L. Jane Frederick, FAIA
2020 President

Peter J. Exley, FAIA
2020 First Vice President/2021 President

Jason C. Winters, AIA

Evelyn M. Lee, AIA

Emily A. Grandstaff-Rice, FAIA

Daniel S. Hart, FAIA, PE

Timothy C. Hawk, FAIA

Mark Levine, FAIA

Britt Lindberg, AIA, LEED AP

Jessica A. Sheridan, AIA

Becky Magdaleno, CAE

Yiselle M. Santos Rivera, Assoc. AIA

Sarah M. Curry, Assoc. AIA, AIAS

George B. "Barney" Forsythe, PhD, BG, US Army (retired)

Vivian E. Loftness, FAIA

Robert A. Ivy, FAIA
AIA EVP/Chief Executive Officer

04/22/2020

EARTH DAY IS 50 YEARS OLD
what have we done so far..........

04/12/2020

Happy Easter!

04/11/2020

# flattenthecurve callus #

03/16/2020

Social Distancing,
The new
Paradigm...

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