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May 26, 1996
Ronald A. Altoon, FAIA, a founding partner of Los Angeles-based Altoon + Porter, has been elected first vice president and 1998 president-elect of the American Institute of Architects.
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REAL ESTATE
May 26, 1996
Ronald A. Altoon, FAIA, a founding partner of Los Angeles-based Altoon + Porter, has been elected first vice president and 1998 president-elect of the American Institute of Architects.
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REAL ESTATE
November 25, 1990
Ronald A. Altoon will become president of the Los Angeles chapter of the American Institute of Architects on Jan. 12, succeeding the one-year term of Raymond L. Gaio. Altoon, 45, is a founding partner of Altoon & Porter Architects. The local AIA chapter is the association's second largest with 2,200 members. Richard A. Appel was chosen to become vice president and president-elect of the chapter earlier this month.
REAL ESTATE
February 9, 1986
Architects Ronald A. Altoon, James F. Porter and Harvey R. Niskala have formed Altoon & Porter Architects, a general practice firm, at 3275 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles. All three of the principals were formerly at Charles Kober Associates, Los Angeles. Altoon was co-managing partner and principal for design, Porter was a co-managing partner and Niskala was director of production. The three also worked for other major firms in Los Angeles, including Frank O. Gehry & Associates, Daniel L.
REAL ESTATE
April 2, 1989
Ronald A. Altoon, a Los Angeles architect of Armenian heritage, is leading a volunteer effort to assist in the reconstruction of buildings destroyed by the Dec. 7, 1988 earthquake in Armenia. Altoon's team includes five Bay Area Architects and an architectural researcher from Washington. The two-week visit is being sponsored by the California Council, the American Institute of Architects.
REAL ESTATE
July 1, 1990
Four Los Angeles area architects--Ronald A. Altoon, Jon Adams Jerde, Chester A. Widom and the late Edgardo Contini--have been named fellows of the American Institute of Architects. The four were installed during the AIA national convention in Houston in May. They were among 62 architects elevated to the AIA's College of Fellows. Contini, 76, a native of Italy who fled the Mussolini regime in 1939, died April 28.
REAL ESTATE
January 6, 1985
Architect Mark Hall will be installed Saturday as president of the Los Angeles chapter, American Institute of Architects, and Heidi Moore will take office at the same time as president of the Women's Architectural League. Hall is co-founder and principal of Archiplan, a Los Angeles-based planning and architectural firm. Moore's husband, Samuel, is an architect with the Los Angeles Unified School District. Other new officers of Hall's chapter are: Donald C.
REAL ESTATE
January 10, 1988
Robert Allen Reed will be installed as 1988 president of the Los Angeles chapter of the American Institute of Architects at a Saturday dinner dance at the Jonathan Club, downtown. Reed is project manager for the architectural firm Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall. Art Seidenbaum, editor of The Times Opinion section and an honorary member of the chapter, will speak on the topic, "The Architect: Artist or Entrepreneur?"
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October 22, 1997 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Ronald A. Altoon becomes president of the 57,000-member American Institute of Architects in December, the Los Angeles architect wants the profession to build community relations as well as eye-catching structures. Altoon, 52, says architects have been trained to balance conflicting demands and issues.
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