Concrete is a significant component in today’s commercial building development, and improved approaches to reducing carbon emissions, cement dust, toxic material, and even water usage continue to emerge. To keep you up to date with these developments, we have assembled a panel of distinguished professionals who will outline approaches to improving environmental sensitivity while designing great finished product.
5 pm Hors d’oeuvres + Networking
6 pm - 8 pm Panel Discussion + Q+A
Cost: $25 per person
AIASF Members receive a $15 discount with special promotional code AIA.
$200 Gift Certificate to Nordstrom for charitable contribution participants (see below)
Other prizes for those in attendance
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Architects, general contractors, structural engineers and building owners/develops who care about creating great design work in today’s architecture and having the most favorable approach possible in sustainable design for the environment.
OPTIONAL CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTION
If you would like to make a donation to aid children's asthma, contributing levels are Platinum ($100), Gold ($50), Silver ($25) and Bronze ($10). Charitable contributions will be recognized at the event.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
- Michael Chambers, Sr. Project Specifier, QA Manager at HGA Architects and Engineers
- Bill Clyne, CTO and Founder, Floor Seal Technology, Inc.,
and AIASF Gold Sponsor
- Bert Hurlbut, Vice President, Stanford Health Care Hospital,
Board Member of OSHPD Hospital Building Safety
- Kelly Idiart, Regional Director of Quality Assurance
Central Concrete and Right Away Redi Mix,
business units of U. S. Concrete, Inc.
- Stacey Olson, CID, Southwest Regional Design Realization Leader,
Fitwel Ambassador, Gensler Architects
- Frances Yang, Structures and Sustainability Specialist at ARUP,
and contributor to The New Carbon Architecture by Bruce King
Characteristics of concrete
- Health and Safety
- Reducing the Carbon Footprint and Sustainability
- Mix Design
- Moisture Control
- Communication among development professionals