Wednesdays at noon | starting April 1st (not kidding!)
Precisely at the halfway bark each week, AIA Mississippi invites you to a midweek dose of optimism as we break bread together (virtually). We’ll gather questions in advance and post so members can join, ready to share their experiences.

Dress quarantine casual  : :  Pets encouraged.  : :  Register at this link
Grab some takeout from your closest locally owned restaurant. We’ll have a moment where we display their logos and get a screenshot for our digital outlets so THAT’S YOUR HOMEWORK. 

April 1, 2020 Launch Questions


  • Are you being called on to modify existing buildings or build temporary facilities to handle infection and expected crush in occupancy? (John Anderson, AIA)


  • Are your projects still proceeding or shutting down? (John Anderson, AIA)
  • How do you complete a change order with no idea about new timelines? (Jeff Seabold, AIA)
  • What social distancing requirements do you have on the job site? (Brian Cabunac, AIA)
  • How are you keeping projects moving forward in terms of staff, client and contractor communication? (Madison Talley, AIA)
  • How are you pursuing new projects when you can’t meet in person with clients? (Madison Talley, AIA)
  • What is the best way to present design ideas to clients virtually? (Madison Talley, AIA)


  • How do you adhere to requirements of direct supervision by the architect when working remotely? (Jeff Seabold, AIA)
  • Is your staff social distancing in the office or telecommuting? (Brian Cabunac, AIA)
  • How do you keep staff busy and productive from home? (John Anderson, AIA, Brian Cabunac, AIA)
  • What steps are you taking to assure employees are safe at work? (Jeff Seabold, AIA)
  • How are you keeping everyone employed and paid? 
  • How are you working virtually and are you moving your files to the cloud? (Belinda Stewart, FAIA)


Send your questions to



We’re ALL in this together!  Grab takeout from locally owned restaurants. We’ll take a screenshot of everyone’s logos during the meeting and post it to social media to show them we’re doing our part.