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ARCHITECTURE

INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE

REGIONAL & URBAN DESIGN

T W E N T Y- F I V E Y E A R AW A R D

Call for Entries The American Institute of Architects celebrates outstanding architectural work that elevates the quality of architecture practice and informs the public of its breadth and value. For more information, or to submit an entry for the 2012 Institute Honor Awards, visit www.aia.org/practicing/awards. Submission Deadline: August 26, 2011

The 2011 AIA Twenty-five Year Award The John Hancock Tower, designed by I.M. Pei & Partners (now Pei Cobb Freed & Partners), received the 2011 AIA Twenty-five Year Award. Recognizing architectural design of enduring significance, this award is conferred on a project that has stood the test of time for 25 to 35 years as an embodiment of architectural excellence. The tower is built on a small site in Boston’s historic Copley Square. Designed by Henry Cobb, FAIA, the building had to be massive enough to accommodate the owner’s requirements, yet mindful of its delicate and historic surroundings. The solution was a smooth, reflective glass tower with no spandrel panels and minimal mullions. To minimize its intrusion on the adjacent landscape, the building is rhomboid in shape and placed diagonally on the site, so its shorter, slightest side faces the church and plaza.

John Hancock Tower, Boston; 2011 AIA National Twenty-five Year Award recipient; architect: I.M. Pei & Partners; photo: Steve Rosenthal.


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CONTENT WELCOME 6 KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS 8 DESIGN SALONS 10 THE AVENUE DESIGN 12 AIA NEW ORLEANS 14

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KEY EXPO INFORMATION

CONVENTION INFORMATION 17

EXHIBITOR CONTACT INFORMATION EXHIBITOR BY PRODUCT CATEGORY

GENERAL INFORMATION HOTEL AND TRANSPORTATION

RECOGNITION 209

GETTING AROUND

SPONSORS

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

DAILY SCHEDULES AT-A-GLANCE 33 CONTINUING EDUCATION 57 SPEAKERS EDUCATION ON THE EXPO FLOOR EDUCATIONAL TOURS Since 1857, the American Institute of Architects has represented the professional interests of architects. As AIA members, almost 80,000 licensed architects, emerging professionals, and allied partners in design express their commitment to excellence and livability in our nation’s buildings and communities. Members adhere to a code of ethics and professional conduct that assures the client, the public, and colleagues that an AIA-member architect is dedicated to the highest standards in professional practice. The aerial photographs of the New Orleans region were commissioned specially for this guide from award-winning photographer Alex MacLean

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WELCOME May 2011 Welcome to New Orleans!

AIA 2011 NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE

The heavy lifting that put this Convention together began two years ago. Now it’s time to turn up the lights and get on with the show. Everything about this Convention, from the new layout of the AIA Expo floor to the Design Revolution theme, was orchestrated with a single goal in mind: to gather in this one place the resources to strengthen our practices and better serve our communities. Knowledge is power:

WELCOME

Marion L. Fowlkes, FAIA Chair, 2011 Convention Advisory Committee

• Learn from our keynote presentations the implications for architects of the emerging urban global society • Learn from the examples of our award recipients, whose work and leadership are mentoring the future • Learn from the more than 130 continuing education seminars and Design Salons where you can engage with presenters, participate in discussions, and have your voice heard • Learn from the completely redesigned AIA Expo2011 the new technologies and the latest in green products transforming our profession • Learn from New Orleans and the revolutionary design thinking the city is nurturing since Katrina • Learn from one another—the chance conversations over coffee, the interactions in the halls between programs, the exchange of business cards with foreign colleagues attending this Convention who are eager to share new perspectives and fresh ideas. Soak up every bit of it. Then bring it back home to enable a more collaborative, integrated, sure-footed practice. Use your experience here in New Orleans to help lead a transformative understanding of the role design plays in drawing regions together in healthy ecosystems.

Chester A. Widom, FAIA Chancellor, College of Fellows

The 20th century was about what we could do; the 21st is about what we should and must do. Welcome to the Regional design REVOLUTION: ecology matters. Shaping a better, more sustainable future begins now. Sincerely,

Clark Manus, FAIA President Creed W. Brierre, FAIA Chair, AIA New Orleans Convention Committee

Melissa Urcan Executive Director, AIA New Orleans

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KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS

THOMAS FRIEDMAN

THURSDAY, 8:15–10 a.m. GS001 Mega-regions: The World of the Future Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Hall E 1 LU Hour

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If we have one obligation, it is to pass on this country, with its institutions and opportunities, to the next generation so that they have a chance to achieve the American dream and live better lives than we do. The consequences of globalization and a lack of seriousness when it comes to protecting the environment are making this an increasingly complicated task. As mega-regions, networks of cities with shared economies, ecosystems, and transportation systems, continue to expand, the world is becoming an increasingly “flat” place—that is, a place in which American workers are increasingly competing with workers in countries with emerging markets. To remain competitive, Americans must be willing to invest in things like infrastructure, education, immigration, and the environment. By taking ownership of our actions and sacrificing in order to achieve our higher goals, we can ensure our country will be a truly exceptional place to live for generations to come. Thomas Friedman points to solutions that will empower us to do just that, and paints a vivid picture of our future world. Foreign Affairs columnist for The New York Times, Thomas Friedman is the writer the public looks to for the straight talk and reliable information it needs about the world—especially when events seem too menacing or complex to comprehend and policy discussions are clouded in a smokescreen of politics and posturing. He has won three Pulitzer Prizes, and his most recent book, Hot, Flat and Crowded: Why We Need a Green Revolution—and How It Can Renew America, was a #1 New York Times bestseller. His previous bestseller, The World is Flat, has sold more than four million copies. His other bestsellers include Longitudes and Attitudes: The World in the Age of Terrorism, The Lexus and the Olive Tree, and From Beirut to Jerusalem, which serves as a basic text on the Middle East in colleges and universities nationwide and won the National Book Award. He currently is writing a book with Michael Mandelbaum, to be published in September of 2011, about the major challenges facing the United States, the reason the country is not addressing those challenges effectively, and the policies America needs to adopt to ensure prosperity at home and strength abroad in the 21st-century. The title will be That Used to Be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World It Invented, and How We Find Our Way Back.


FOR COMPLETE DETAILS JEB BRUGMANN

FRIDAY, 8:15–10 a.m. GS002 Welcome to the Urban Revolution: How Cities are Changing the World Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Hall E 1 LU Hour

Go to www.aia.org/convention and access the Event and Seminar Search system to see program descriptions, learning objectives, and expanded speaker information. Search by program code, date, or speaker name.

Jeb Brugmann doesn’t believe the world is “flat.” Instead, he believes that cities contain unique advantages and disadvantages, and that while they succumb to the effects of world events, they also cause world events. He takes a microscope to our world’s cities in order to explain how political uprisings have helped shape them, and also to reveal the ways in which better city building and urban development will enable us to solve current and future problems. What will make us more productive? What will allow us to use our resources more wisely? What will promote solidarity while fostering healthy competition? Questions about how to improve global health, protect the environment, put an end to poverty, and manage crime can be answered by asking how we might best be able to configure, rule, and reside in our cities. Jeb Brugmann, Founding Partner of The Next Practice, is a strategist and innovation expert in the fields of business and development, serving major corporations, local governments, and non-profit organizations worldwide. In addition to using a tested, disciplined innovation process developed with leading business thinker Professor C.K. Prahalad, he focuses on innovation in market analytics, product development, and business modeling to increase local responsiveness and

SATURDAY, 2–3:30 p.m. GS003 Transitioning Iconic Urban Centers through Political, Community, and Design Leadership Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Hall E 1 LU Hour

customization as a source of competitive advantage and global problem-solving. With professional experience in 28 countries, he has been a pioneer of new practice domains, including urban sustainability and climate change mitigation, “base of the pyramid” (BOP) business development for large low-income market segments, place-based development, and social enterprise. In 1990, he founded ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability. He served as ICLEI Secretary General from 1991– 2000, and as interim Executive Director of ICLEI USA in 2009. In 2004, he co-founded The Next Practice innovation consultancy with Prof. Prahalad. He speaks to audiences worldwide and provides executive education as a Senior Associate with the University of Cambridge (UK) Programme for Sustainability Leadership. He has received a variety of distinctions and awards for his international initiatives and publications. His book, Welcome to the Urban Revolution: How Cities Are Changing the World, was published in 2009.

Mayor Jeremy Harris, Ret., Hon. AIA; Mayor Mitch Landrieu (invited); and Jessica Zimbabwe (moderator) Facilitated by Jessica Zimbabwe of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), the discussion will center around the experiences of elected leadership in key cities that have been impacted by economic, natural disaster, or other adverse conditions. New Orleans Mayor Landrieu (invited) and Mayor Jeremy Harris, Ret., Hon. AIA of Honolulu, will share their thoughts and vision and how these experiences can serve as key learnings for urban, city, and regional planning.

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DESIGN SALONS

DESIGN SALONS

These 90-minute design salons (1.5 LU Hours) are an opportunity to delve into the issues, challenges, and opportunities that face us as we look toward the future. Design Salons bring forth the pressing topics, with experts in the field to promote in-depth, interactive dialogue that build on this year’s theme of regional design—with advocacy and sustainability being the shared focus. Through these focused seminars, you’ll have the chance to engage with presenters, participate in the discussions as an equal, and have your voice be heard. TH230 Design Salon: Next Generation Green—Sustainable Communities and Infrastructure

Speaker | John Frece

This session will address how architects, collaborating with engineers, can design a sustainable next generation of public utility infrastructure. The presentation will demonstrate how gracefully integrating public works components, such as rail transit, bus rapid transit, bike lanes, sidewalks, plazas, and gardens into developments and neighborhoods can reduce driving, congestion, and pollution.

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TH234 Design Salon: The Federal Partnership for Sustainable Communities—How Investments in Regional Development Affect Architects Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 225–227 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours

Learn about the latest sustainability initiatives from the Administration’s Partnership for Sustainable Communities. Representatives from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, U.S. Department of Transportation, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency discuss

FR327 Design Salon: Making It Right— Architects in Community

Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 209–210 1.5 LU Hours

FR323 Design Salon: Leading a Green Schools Movement—From Design to Policy

Using the Make It Right project from New Orleans’ storm-ravaged Lower Ninth Ward as a model and a springboard for discussion, this seminar will focus on how architects engage primary stakeholders and others in the design process.

Provider | The American Institute of Architects Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 260–262 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours

Speakers | Hillary A. Brown, FAIA, LEED AP, and James S. Russell, FAIA

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how their goals will affect architects and reshape America’s communities.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 217–219 1.5 LU Hours

Speakers | Tom Darden III; Katherine A. Grove, AIA, LEED AP; and Alejandra Lillo, Assoc. AIA Provider | Make It Right Foundation

This roundtable discussion will center on ways to create schools that are healthier, more conducive to learning, and more sustainable. The session will feature Local Leaders in Sustainability—“Special Report from Sundance,” developed by the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI), and Redford Center, which not only captures the outcomes from the summit, but also provides an enduring blueprint for action on green schools that can move us toward the goal of green schools for all children. Speakers | Ronald Bogle; Jason Hartke; Lona Hankins; Paul Hutton, AIA, LEED AP, CEFPI; and Brooks Rainwater Provider | The American Institute of Architects Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

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THE AVENUE DESIGN THE AVENUE DESIGN The 2011 AIA Design Expo will feature more than 800 exhibitors with exciting new product offerings. It will also feature a new concept: The Avenue, an installation designed and fabricated by Dan Maginn and Steve Salzer of Kansas City, Mo.–based firm El Dorado. The design, Maginn explains, “embodies the convention theme of ‘Regional Design Revolution,’ creating a sense of place on the show floor.” As its name suggests, The Avenue is as much an urban experience as an architectural one. A 1,000-foot-long walkway crosses the expo floor, defined by overhead signs and flanked by key exhibitor booths and event spaces such as cafés and a gallery of innovative products. Many of the materials incorporated into The Avenue have been donated by generous manufacturers (whose names appear in the list below). At the end of the convention, the raw materials used in The Avenue will be donated to the Tulane School of Architecture’s innovative URBANbuild Program, in which students design and construct prototypical homes for New Orleans neighborhoods.

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AIA NEW ORLEANS

AIA NEW ORLEANS

AIA NEW ORLEANS LEGACY PROJECT AIA New Orleans is a partner with The City of New Orleans’ Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, the Arts Council of New Orleans, and the citizen’s volunteer group Evacuteer.org to design and create 17 pick-up points for the City Assisted Evacuation Plan Neighborhood Pick-Up Points Project. The City Assisted Evacuation Plan [CAEP] system was tested during Hurricane Gustav, and efficiently moved 18,000 residents without transportation to safety during the mandatory evacuation. During that experience, one of the key challenges found was the lack of clearly identified and advertised locations to serve as the exact neighborhood pick-up points. To address this issue the AIA New Orleans’ 2011 Convention Legacy Project and the Arts Council of New Orleans’ Percent For Art Program have teamed up to design and build a solution. With seventeen (17) pick-up points spread throughout the City, in every Council district, we believe this is a prime opportunity to enrich, educate, and serve the community through public design. Help us make the project a reality by donating to the Legacy Project! Visit AIA New Orleans’ Store and Lounge on The Avenue in the expo for more information, or go online to www.aianeworleans .org and click “Legacy Project” from the main page to donate online.

SATELLITE ARCHITECTURE EXHIBITIONS AIA New Orleans is proud to present three unique architecture exhibitions during the 2011 National Convention as follows: Elemental: This exhibition aims to illustrate how digital fabrication tools are indeed revolutionizing the way we think, fabricate and distribute 3D designs, and how it all together affects the practices of designers and architects. On focus in the exhibition is how digital fabrication goes from the digital world to physical reality at multiple scales. Participants will include Greg Lynn, Elena Manferdini, Iwamoto Scott, and Florencia Pita. This exhibition is being held at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art the Patrick F. Taylor Library, designed by the nationally renowned 19th-century architect Henry Hobson Richardson, located adjacent to AIA New Orleans Center for Design. New Orleans Architecture Now: This exhibition will present the work of local architects in the New Orleans region. Arranged by neighborhood and typology, a diverse selection of projects will be presented that reflect the great variety of work, from urban farm to master planning, that is happening in New Orleans now. This exhibition is being held at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art the Patrick F. Taylor Library, designed by the nationally renowned 19th-century architect Henry Hobson Richardson, located adjacent to AIA New Orleans Center for Design. Disappearing New Orleans: This exhibition looks at the future of New Orleans via its disappearing built landscape, particularly that of its collection of mid-century Modern buildings. Since hurricanes Katrina and Rita, an astonishing number of buildings have or are

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very near to being demolished in the city of New Orleans. This exhibition looks at the current state of preservation in the city, and the work towards saving the cities lesser known historical gems. This exhibition is being held at AIA New Orleans Center for Design. For exhibition hours and locations, please visit AIA New Orleans’ Store and Lounge on The Avenue in the expo or go online to www.aianeworleans.org and link to “2011 National Convention” from the main page.

AIA NEW ORLEANS GUIDE TO ARCHITECTURE AIA New Orleans has gone digital for producing its 2011 AIA New Orleans Guide to Architecture. This guide will feature nearly 250 buildings by neighborhood and type, created in mind for the visiting architect. For information on how to download the app, or for more information, please visit AIA New Orleans’ Store and Lounge on The Avenue in the expo or go online to www.aianeworleans.org and link to “2011 National Convention” from the main page.


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AIA NEW ORLEANS STORE AND LOUNGE Come experience the flavor of New Orleans at the AlA New Orleans Store and Lounge. AIA New Orleans has hand-picked a fine array of locally themed designer gifts for you to peruse while you take a break from the frenetic pace of the convention in our classic Modern lounge area. Meet local artists and authors and learn more about the rich and culturally diverse history of art and architecture in our city. Chat with local architects and find out what the New Orleans design scene is all about. AIA New Orleans Store and Lounge will also serve as the information center for all things “AIA New Orleans” during the convention, so if you have a question about an event or exhibition, feel free to stop by.

“THE REVOLUTION” AIA NEW ORLEANS FRIDAY NIGHT PARTY, $95 New Orleans knows how to throw a party, and this year, The Revolution is not to be missed. It will happen in the four-story atrium of the Louisiana Memorial Pavilion of the National World War II Museum, which houses vintage aircraft and military vehicles, as well as New Orleans’ famous contribution to the war effort, the Andrew Higgins landing craft. The D-Day exhibit, two stories of state-of-the-art museum displays depicting the Great War, offers a quiet, educational break from The Revolution. Renowned Chef John Besh has created a menu featuring nostalgic themes with contemporary culinary inspirations. Food from the Golden Age of the Greatest Generation, Louisiana culinary delights and, of course, call-brand liquors will be served during The Revolution. Legendary guitarist, vocalist, and bandleader Deacon John will lead The Revolution. Four-decades famous and seen recently on the HBO series, Tremé , Deacon will perform the music of rhythm and blues, swing, Motown, and the British invasion, including Jimi Hendrix. Deacon John, and the Ivories, truly a rock orchestra, will be joined by Ingrid Lucia of the Flying Neutrinos. Join The Revolution! NOTE: For an additional cost of $5, party guests will be able to enjoy a 4-D cinematic experience. Beyond All Boundaries is a 42-minute movie produced by Tom Hanks and Phil Hettema that immerses the audience in the story and experience of World War II on all fronts, from Pearl Harbor to America’s final victory.

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AIA BUSINESS Delegates must be accredited to vote in the annual business meeting and for national officers. Accreditation and voting will take place at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in the AIA Town Hall (Booth 150) Thursday, May 12, 1–4 p.m., and Friday, May 13, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Delegates may accredit and vote in one visit or may accredit first and return later to vote. Either way, the process must be completed by 4 p.m., Friday, May 13. Should a runoff be required, it will be held Saturday, May 14, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.

CANDIDATE SPEECHES Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Hall E Thursday, 10–10:50 a.m.

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REGIONAL CAUCUSES California, Middle Atlantic, New Jersey, North Central States, Ohio Valley, and South Atlantic regions Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 343–344 Thursday, 11:15 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

ACTIONS ON BYLAWS AMENDMENTS AND RESOLUTIONS Approval of Bylaws amendments requires a two-thirds majority of all votes accredited to be cast at the business meeting. Advance publication to the membership is required before delegates may consider an amendment. Approval or amendment of resolutions presented by the Resolutions Committee requires a majority vote of the delegates present and voting. New resolutions may be placed on the floor only with the consent of a two-thirds vote of the delegates present and voting, after which the resolution may be debated, amended, and voted on by the delegates. All voting is conducted by electronic keypad, except for voting on resolutions of appreciation or as otherwise permitted by the Institute’s Bylaws. Delegates who fail to claim their voting keypads and to use them to register their presence at the start of the annual business session will not be able to vote at the meeting.

PROCEDURES FOR BUSINESS MEETINGS The major items of business are

Gulf States, Illinois, New England, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Western Mountain regions and international components Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 353–354 Thursday, 11:15 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Central States, Florida/Caribbean, Michigan, New York, Northwest and Pacific, and the Virginias regions Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 356–357 Thursday, 11:15 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

DELEGATE ACCREDITATION AND VOTING FOR OFFICERS Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Booth 150 Thursday, May 12, 1–4 p.m.

DELEGATE ACCREDITATION AND VOTING FOR OFFICERS

• Nomination of Institute officers • Bylaws amendments and other official business • Resolutions • Annual report of the treasurer

Each of these items is printed or otherwise reported before or during the convention. Resolutions and the text of proposed Bylaws amendments are printed in the Delegate Information Book and sent to all component officers and members who request it. Notice of proposed Bylaws amendments and matters of official business are reproduced in advance in AIArchitect and ARCHITECT, and complete copies are available at the convention. Each subject will be brought to the floor in the order stated in the business program, except when otherwise announced in advance or agreed upon by the delegates. The following actions may be taken at business meetings:

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Booth 150 Friday, May 13, 10 a.m.–4 p.m.

AIA ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Hall E Saturday, 8:15–10 a.m.

AIA ELECTION RUNOFF (IF NECESSARY) Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Booth 150 Saturday, May 14, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.

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• The material in officers’ reports may be commented upon or questioned for clarification when these reports are placed before the delegates. Resolutions pertaining to these reports must be presented as new business. • Nominations by petition closed on March 11. Nominations from the floor will be called for at the business meeting following the opening keynote presentation on Thursday, May 12, and those nominations will then be closed. • Bylaws amendments and most other official business matters will be moved by the secretary and placed on the floor for discussion, amendment, and final action. • Resolutions submitted to the Resolutions Committee will be placed on the floor by the Resolutions Committee chair. Those resolutions and any others will be open for discussion, amendment, and final action.


CONVENTION INFORMATION GENERAL INFORMATION 18 HOTEL AND TRANSPORTATION 20 GETTING AROUND 22 CONVENTION CENTER MAP 24 GALLERY EXHIBITS 30

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GENERAL INFORMATION REGISTRATION Ernest N. Morial Convention Center—Level 1, Lobby A

GENERAL INFORMATION

Modifications, additions, or badge changes can be made online or on-site at the Preregistration counters. Make sure to plan ahead and register for tours and off-site programs well in advance of departure to allow yourself enough time to get to the Tour Departure area located on Level 1, Lobby D. No refunds are given for cancellation requests received after April 11 or no shows. Conference Recording and AAF donations are not refundable. Tuesday: Noon–5 p.m. Wednesday: 7 a.m.–6 p.m. Thursday: 6:30 a.m.–6 p.m. Friday: 6:30 a.m.–6 p.m. Saturday: 6:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.

AIA EXPO2011 HOURS Ernest N. Morial Convention Center Exhibit Halls A–D Thursday: 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Friday: 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m.–2 p.m.

CLASSROOMS Classrooms are located on Levels 2 and 3 of the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. All seminars are offered on a first-come, firstseated basis. Continuing education seminars may have limited seating, requiring a session to be closed if the room reaches capacity. Registering for your preferred seminar does not obligate you to attend that particular seminar or reserve your seat.

BADGES Badges are required for admission to all convention programs, AIA Expo2011, and on the AIA shuttle buses. Badges should be prominently displayed at all times throughout the convention. Badges are not transferable and may not be loaned to anyone for any purpose. Badges are color coded as follows: Conference attendee ……………………………………………….. Red Expo Only attendee ………………………………………………….. Yellow Exhibitor ..………………………………………………………………….. Green Guest ………………………………………………………………………… Blue Press …………………………………………………………………………. Orange Speaker …………………………………………………………………….. Purple Staff ………………………………………………………………………….. Clear Volunteer …………………………………………………………………. Yellow At the close of the show, please recycle your badge holder. Recycle bins are located at the exit doors in the lobby.


WIFI Free WIFI service is available throughout all common areas of the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, excluding the expo floor. The largest areas are on Level 1 in the Atrium Café, and Levels 2 and 3 in the lounge areas closest to the escalators. To access, the prompt will be NOCC (no username or password), or NOCCS (username: guest; password: guest).

CHILDREN All children must be registered as Guest or Expo Only, have a badge, and be accompanied by an adult at all times. All children, regardless of age, must also be registered for the tour or event that they plan to attend. For safety reasons, strollers are not permitted on the show floor at any time; baggage check will be available to store strollers for $2. Infants may be carried by backpack or sling. Children under 18 are not allowed on the expo show floor during move-in and move-out.

ELECTRONIC DEVICES As a courtesy to speakers and other attendees, please turn off or set to “silent” your PDAs, cell phones, pagers, and Bluetooth devices when attending convention programs.

NO SMOKING POLICY For the comfort and health of all attendees, smoking is not permitted in the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, or at any AIA function. This includes continuing education programs, tours, and networking/business events.

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FUTURE CONVENTIONS Washington, D.C.: May 17–19, 2012 Denver: June 20–22, 2013 Chicago: June 26–28, 2014

ENVIROMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE CONVENTION To raise awareness and to do our part, the AIA is offering many opportunities to incorporate environmentally sustainable principles into the planning of the AIA 2011 convention in New Orleans. Recently cited as one of the greenest meetings in North America by the Green Meetings Industry Council, the AIA convention green principles have been coordinated with vendors, hoteliers, convention center staff, and all service providers. You’ll notice more positive changes in the way the exhibitors do business, how education sessions have gone paperless, and how the convention center operates. AIA, in partnership, will offset 100 percent of the convention CO 2 emissions. We are driven to reduce waste and energy consumption, to maximize efficiency, and to recycle at every opportunity. “ENERGY STAR” is a registered trademark of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. “Andersen” and all other marks where denoted are trademarks of Andersen Corporation. ©2011 Andersen Corporation. All rights reserved.


HOTEL AND TRANSPORTATION HOTEL SHUTTLE SCHEDULE Complimentary shuttle service will operate between the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center and most convention hotels at approximately 15–20 minute intervals. Convention Center pick-up/drop-off point is outside of Hall A/B Lobby. Tuesday: 11 a.m.–6:30 p.m.

HOTEL AND TRANSPORTATION

Wednesday: 6–10 a.m. and 4–8 p.m.

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Thursday: 6–10 a.m. and 4–8 p.m. Friday: 6–10 a.m. and 4–8 p.m. Saturday: 6–10 a.m. and 1–6:30 p.m.

Shuttle schedule may vary due to traffic and weather conditions. Wheelchair accessible transportation is available during hours of operation, May 10–14. Please refer to the signage in your hotel upon arrival in New Orleans for more details.

HOTEL

ROUTE #

PICK-UP/DROP-OFF LOCATION

Astor Crowne Plaza 739 Canal Street 305-913-1005

4

At Astor Crowne Plaza / Front Entrance on Canal

Chateau Bourbon, Wyndham Historic Hotel 800 Iberville Street 504-586-0800

4

At Astor Crowne Plaza / Front Entrance on Canal

Courtyard Convention Center 300 Julia Street 504-598-9898 Doubletree New Orleans 300 Canal Street 504-581-1300

Walk

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Embassy Suites New Orleans 315 Julia Street 504-525-1993

Walk

Hampton Inn and Suites Convention Center 1201 Convention Center Blvd. 504-566-9990

Walk

Hampton Inn Downtown French Quarter 226 Carondelet Street 504-529-9990

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Hilton Garden Inn Convention Center 1001 South Peters Street 504-525-0044

Walk

NE Corner of Tchoupitoulas & Gravier

Front Entrance

Hilton New Orleans Riverside 2 Poydras Street 504-561-0500

1

Breezeway Entrance

Holiday Inn French Quarter 124 Royal Street 504-529-7211

3

At Hampton Inn Downtown / Front Entrance

Hotel Monteleone 214 Rue Royal 504-523-3341

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At Astor Crowne Plaza / Front Entrance on Canal

Inn on Bourbon Ramada Plaza 541 Bourbon Street (off of Tolouse Street) 504-524-7611

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At Astor Crowne Plaza / Front Entrance on Canal

InterContinental New Orleans 444 St. Charles Avenue 504-525-5566

3

Front Entrance / Across Street

JW Marriott New Orleans 614 Canal Street 504-525-6500

2

At Sheraton New Orleans / Front Entrance

Loews New Orleans 300 Poydras Street 504-595-3300

2

Front Entrance

New Orleans Marriott 555 Canal Street 504-581-1000

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Front Entrance on Canal Street


HOTEL New Orleans Marriott Convention Center 859 Convention Center Boulevard 504-613-2888

ROUTE #

PICK-UP/DROP-OFF LOCATION

Walk

Omni Royal Crescent Hotel 535 Gravier Street 504-527-0006

2

NE Corner of Tchoupitoulas & Gravier

Omni Royal Orleans 621 St. Louis Street 504-529-5333

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At New Orleans Marriott/ Front Entrance on Canal

Queen and Crescent 344 Camp Street 504-587-9700

2

Front Entrance

Renaissance Arts Hotel 700 Tchoupitoulas Street 507-613-2330

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Residence Inn New Orleans Downtown 345 St. Joseph Street 504-522-1300

Front Entrance / Across Street

Walk

Royal Sonesta 300 Bourbon Street 504-586-0300

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At Astor Crowne Plaza / Front Entrance on Canal

Royal St. Charles Hotel 135 St. Charles Avenue 504-587-3700

3

At Astor Crowne Plaza / Front Entrance on Canal

Sheraton New Orleans 500 Canal Street 504-525-2500

2

Front Entrance

Springhill Suites Convention Center 301 St. Joseph Street 504-522-3100

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Walk

Staybridge Suites New Orleans 501 Tchoupitoulas Street 504-571-1818

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NE Corner of Tchoupitoulas & Gravier

W New Orleans 333 Poydras Street 504-525-9444

2

NE Corner of Tchoupitoulas & Gravier

Westin New Orleans Canal Place 100 Rue Iberville 504-566-7006

1

Front Entrance

Whitney-Wyndham Hotel 610 Poydras Street 504-581-4222

2

At Queen & Crescent Hotel / Front Entrance

Windsor Court Hotel 300 Gravier Street 504-523-6000

2

NE Corner of Tchoupitoulas & Gravier

Wyndham Riverfront 701 Convention Center Blvd. 504-524-8200

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GETTING AROUND AIA BOOKSTORE

CONCESSIONS

LEVEL 1, LOBBY A

Food and beverage cafés are conveniently located throughout the centralized area of The Avenue, on the expo floor. The Atrium Café, located on Level 1 in the main Lobby area, is a full-service food service facility.

GETTING AROUND

The AIA Bookstore will once again be one of the most popular locations at this year’s convention. Visited by the vast majority of convention attendees last year, the AIA Bookstore is your source for all things architecture, featuring hundreds of books, multimedia, gift items, and AIA signature merchandise—each carefully selected for design professionals like you. The AIA Bookstore also offers an opportunity to meet some of the most intriguing authors and architects working in the industry today. Stop by the AIA Bookstore during convention and bring home a reminder of your time in New Orleans for yourself, or your family and friends! Remember, AIA members receive a 10 percent discount on all Bookstore purchases. Tuesday: Noon–5 p.m. Wednesday: 7 a.m.–6 p.m. Thursday: 6:30 a.m.–6 p.m. Friday: 6:30 a.m.–6 p.m. Saturday: 6:30 a.m.–5 p.m.

AIA HOUSING DESK LEVEL 1, LOBBY A/B

Representatives are on hand to answer any questions and/or concerns regarding 2011 convention housing in New Orleans. Plan ahead and make your 2012 housing arrangements for D.C. while on-site too, and save with early discounted rates. Tuesday: Noon–5 p.m. Wednesday: 7 a.m.–6 p.m. Thursday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

AIA INFORMATION DESKS

CONTINUING EDUCATION DESK LEVEL 1, LOBBY A/B

For AIA member and convention attendee transcripts and continuing education questions.

CONVENTION 2012 DESK LEVEL 1, LOBBY A/B

Information about the AIA 2012 National Convention and Design Exposition in Washington, D.C., May 17–19.

RESTAURANT RESERVATION DESK LEVEL 1, LOBBY A/B

E-MAIL STATIONS Check your e-mail and stay connected with convenient, complimentary high-speed Internet access at any of the e-mail stations located on Level 1 in Lobby D, or relax and network in the Internet Lounge, located on the expo floor in The Avenue.

EXHIBIT SALES OFFICE Visit the Exhibit Sales Office, located in the back of Hall A off the expo floor for information about exhibiting at AIA Expo2012 in Washington, DC.

FIRST AID/MEDICAL CENTER LEVEL 1, LOBBY B

LEVEL 1, LOBBY A/B

504-582-3096

AIA staff are available during registration hours to answer all your general convention questions.

TOUR DEPARTURES LEVEL 1, LOBBY D

AIA NEW ORLEANS INFORMATION DESK AIA New Orleans staff and members are available during registration hours to welcome you and answer all your questions about the AIA New Orleans convention activities.

Please assemble in the tour departure area at least 15 minutes before the departure time to scan your badge and meet your tour guide. Tours and events leave promptly and refunds will not be provided for those who are late. Badge readers will be turned on 30 minutes prior to the listed tour departure time.

BUSINESS CENTER

LOST AND FOUND

LEVEL 2, LOBBY F

LEVEL 2, ROOM 238, CONVENTION OPERATIONS OFFICE

The Ernest N. Morial Convention Center features a full-service business center. The Business Service Center is open Wednesday–Saturday, 8 a.m.–6 p.m.

LOUNGES

LEVEL 1, LOBBY A/B

COAT AND BAGGAGE CHECK LEVEL 1, LOBBY D

Take advantage of this convenient drop point to stow your coat/ baggage for $3 per checked item. Thursday: 6:30 a.m.–8 p.m. Friday: 6:30 a.m.–8 p.m. Saturday: 6:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Note: Service provider reserves the right to refuse check-in of high value items such as laptops, electronic devices, and other items they deem unsuitable for storage.

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AIA NEW ORLEANS STORE AND LOUNGE Experience the flavor of New Orleans at the AIA New Orleans Store and Lounge, located in booth 3341, right off The Avenue. Meet local artists and authors, and learn more about the rich and culturally diverse history of art and architecture in the city. Chat with local architects and find out what the New Orleans design scene is all about.


DIVERSITY LOUNGE AIA TOWN HALL, FAR END OF THE AVENUE ON EXPO FLOOR

The Diversity Lounge is the place to go for more information about AIA’s Diversity and Inclusion initiatives. Meet members of the 2011 AIA Board Diversity Council, view the works of the 2011 AIA Diversity Recognition Program recipients, and hear about our exciting conference schedule for 2011. Sponsored by the AIA Board Diversity Council.

ANDERSEN. MORE CUSTOM SIZES.

NAC/YAF EMERGING PROFESSIONALS LOUNGE LEVEL 1, LOBBY D

Sponorsed by Kaplan AEC Education, the NAC/YAF Emerging Professionals Lounge provides a place to gather, and meet Regional Associate Directors and Regional Liaisons. Learn about Architect Registration Examination and professional development resources and convention activities. STUDENT LOUNGE AND EXHIBIT LEVEL 1, LOBBY D

Sponsored by AIAS, the Student Lounge and Exhibit provides a place for all students to gather, learn about convention activities, and see the winning entries of various student design competitions.

PRESS OFFICE LEVEL 2, ROOM R09

The AIA invites working members of the news media to the onsite press office. Press badges will be issued to preregistered and working press at this location only. Representatives from the business, publishing, and advertising departments of media organizations are asked to register for Expo Only passes in the registration area.

Custom sizing available on Andersen ® windows and doors. Whatever window or door you need to fit your vision, you can find it with Andersen. Because Andersen windows and doors are available in custom sizes. That means you have far more design possibilities with which to work. After all, perfect views don’t always come in standard sizes. To learn more, visit andersendifferent.com.

Wednesday: Noon–5 p.m. Thursday: 8 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

SCOOTERS AND WHEELCHAIRS LEVEL 1, LOBBY A/B

The AIA is pleased to make available scooters and wheelchairs for attendees requiring assistance at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center at no charge. Wednesday: 8 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Thursday: 8 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

SECURITY LEVEL 2, BACK OF HALL A, 504-582-3050

SPEAKER READY ROOM LEVEL 2, ROOM 215

The Speaker Ready Room is available for all AIA continuing education speakers to preview their material prior to their presentation. Wednesday: 6:30 a.m.–6 p.m. Thursday: 6:30 a.m.–6 p.m. Friday: 6:30 a.m.–6 p.m. Saturday: 6:30 a.m.–1 p.m.

“ENERGY STAR” is a registered trademark of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. “Andersen” and all other marks where denoted are trademarks of Andersen Corporation. ©2011 Andersen Corporation. All rights reserved.


CONVENTION CENTER MAP 357

LEVEL 3

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CONVENTION CENTER MAP

CLASSROOMS AND OFFICES

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LEVEL 1 GENERAL SESSIONS

AIA EXPO 2011 Hall A

Hall B-1

Hall E

Hall D

Hall C

Hall B-2

Hall F

C B La Louisiane Ballroom

B2-1 B2-2 C-1

C-2

Atrium Cafe

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D-3

E-1

REGISTRATION TOURS

E-2

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FOR COMPLETE DETAILS

Go to www.aia.org/convention and access the Event and Seminar Search system to see program descriptions, learning objectives, and expanded speaker information. Search by program code, date, or speaker name.

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FEDERAL AGENCY CONNECTION

The federal government spends more than $3 billion on design and construction annually, offering architects countless contracting opportunities. The Federal Agency Connection at AIA Expo2011 is your key to that lucrative design marketplace. Schedule a one-on-one information session with key agency personnel, or attend continuing education sessions offered by public- and private-sector experts. Federal Agency Connection AIA Expo2011, Aisle 3900*

* Seminars listed with room numbers take place outside the Federal Agency Connection.

Thursday, May 12

Friday, May 13

Saturday, May 14

The Federal Presence: 2010 GSA Design Awards (1 LU) 7–8 a.m. l Room 209-210

Air Force: Opportunities for Design Contracting (1 LU) 10:15–11:15 a.m.

Amping Up Army Energy Efficiency 7–8 a.m. l Room 228-230

GSA’s Vision (1 HSW/SD/LU) 10:15–11:15 a.m. Are We There Yet? The Road to Performance with ENERGY STAR (1 HSW/SD/LU) 11:45 a.m.–12:45 p.m. The Worldwide NAVFAC Approach (1 LU) 1–2 p.m. Small Business Administration: Helping Small Firms Find Work (1 LU) 2:15–3:15 p.m.

The Top 10 Keys to Succeeding at Public Sector Work (1 LU) 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Sustainability and the State Department’s Overseas Building Operations: Greening Our Embassies (1 HSW/SD/LU) 1–2 p.m. Designing for the VA (1 LU) 2:15–3:15 p.m.

USPS Building Design Standards and Sustainability Initiatives (1 HSW/SD/LU) 10:15–11:15 a.m. The State Department’s Barrier— Free Accessibility Program (1 HSW/LU) 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Transforming Washington D.C.’s Southwest Federal Center (1 LU) 12:45–1:45 p.m. 21st Century Embassies (1.5 HSW/LU) 3:45–5:15 p.m. l Room 217-219


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GALLERY EXHIBITS AIA HONORS AND AWARDS GALLERIES

PROFESSIONAL GALLERIES

AIA NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION GALLERY

GOLD MEDAL AWARD

ACADEMY OF ARCHITECTURE FOR JUSTICE: JUSTICE FACILITY REVIEW

The exhibit displays the fourteen award winning images from the 2011 AIA National Photography Competition sponsored by AIA St. Louis.

LEVEL 1, LOBBY A

This exhibit highlights the work of the 2011 AIA Gold Medal recipient, Fumihiko Maki, Hon. FAIA. The Gold Medal is the Institute’s highest honor bestowed upon an individual and recognizes a significant body of work of lasting influence on the theory and practice of architecture.

ARCHITECTURE FIRM AWARD

GALLERY EXHIBITS

LEVEL 1, LOBBY A

This exhibit features the work of this year’s AIA Architecture Firm Award recipient, BNIM. The firm award is the Institute’s highest honor bestowed upon a firm and recognizes the consistent creation of distinguished architecture over a period of at least 10 years.

LEVEL 2, OUTSIDE LA NOUVELLE BALLROOM

The Justice Facilities Review offers the profession an indicator of proven strategies and the latest trends in the design and construction of justice facilities in the U.S.

AIA ACADEMY OF ARCHITECTURE FOR HEALTH LEVEL 2, OUTSIDE LA NOUVELLE BALLROOM

The Academy of Architecture for Health 2011 AIA National Healthcare Design Awards program showcases the best of healthcare building design and health design-oriented research.

INSTITUTE HONOR AWARDS

AIA/COTE TOP TEN GREEN PROJECTS

LEVEL 1, LOBBY B

LEVEL 2, OUTSIDE LA NOUVELLE BALLROOM

These galleries highlight the projects that received the 2011 Honor Awards for Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Regional and Urban Design, as well as the Twenty-five Year Award.

The AIA/COTE Top Ten program recognizes exemplary built projects that establish a standard of excellence in sustainable design, demonstrate its benefits, and educate both the profession and the public. COTE advocates a holistic definition of sustainable design that integrates performance, aesthetics, community connection, and stewardship of the natural environment.

AIA HOUSING AWARDS LEVEL 1, LOBBY D

These galleries focus on good housing as a necessity of life, a sanctuary of the human spirit and a valuable national resource as highlighted by the 18 projects that have received the 2011 AIA Housing Awards for One/Two Family Custom Housing, One/Two Family Production Housing, Multifamily and Specialized Housing.

AIA/HUD SECRETARY’S HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DESIGN AWARDS

AIA COMMITTEE ON ARCHITECTURE FOR EDUCATION DESIGN AWARDS LEVEL 2, NEAR 244

Award-winning projects that exhibit exemplary design of learning environments, including pre-K through higher education and community learning centers.

LEVEL 1, LOBBY D

Cosponsored by the AIA Housing Committee and the Office of the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), this program recognizes excellence in housing and community design. These awards demonstrate that design matters and provide examples of important benchmarks in the housing industry within the categories of Excellence in Affordable Housing Design, Creating Community Connection, Community Informed Design and Housing.

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AIA DIVERSITY RECOGNITION PROGRAM HONOREES LEVEL 2, NEAR 209

This exhibit honors the recipients of the 2011 AIA Diversity Recognition Program. Read about their committed efforts to increase diversity and inclusion within the profession.

EXPO FLOOR, NEAR 1701

AIA SMALL PROJECT AWARDS LEVEL 1, LOBBY E

The Small Project Awards program recognizes the excellence of small project design and raises awareness of the value that architects bring to any project, no matter the size or scope.

AIA YOUNG ARCHITECTS FORUM AND AIA COMMITTEE ON DESIGN IDEAS COMPETITION LEVEL 1, LOBBY D

The winners of the 2011 YAF/COD Ideas Competition will be on display. The year’s “big idea” is universal design.

ASMP, ARCHITECTURAL SPECIALTY GROUP EXPO FLOOR, NEAR 2600

Best of the year architecture and interior images by the leading ASMP Architecture members. These juror selected images have helped clients win architecture and design awards. Gallery also includes selected photographs from the gulf coast area.

ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGIATE SCHOOLS OF ARCHITECTURE (ACSA) LEVEL 2, OUTSIDE LA NOUVELLE BALLROOM

Visit the gallery exhibit for the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA). Catch a glimpse of student work, faculty designs, curriculum, activities, and more.

DEDALO MINOSSE INTERNATIONAL PRIZE FOR COMMISSIONING A BUILDING 2010-2011 LEVEL 2, OUTSIDE LA NOUVELLE BALLROOM

Dedalo Minosse International Prize, promoted by ALA Assoarchitetti, is unique in the world, since it recognizes the client’s contribution as fundamental in the constructive process towards contemporary high-quality architecture.


GALLERY EXHIBITS DESIGN FOR AGING REVIEW 10 LEVEL 2, NEAR 238

Design for Aging Review, a biannual competition, showcases facilities that improve quality of life for the aging while exhibiting innovation in their design and execution.

ENERGY STAR CHALLENGE GALLERY

NCARB PRIZE FOR CREATIVE INTEGRATION OF PRACTICE AND EDUCATION IN THE ACADEMY

AIA NEW ORLEANS GALLERIES

LEVEL 2, OUTSIDE LA NOUVELLE BALLROOM

AIA NEW ORLEANS’ 2011 DESIGN AWARD WINNERS

10th Annual NCARB Prize Award winners; Virginia Tech (Grand Prize, $25,000), University of Cincinnati, University of Oregon, University of Tennessee-Knoxville, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Virginia Tech (Prize winners, $7,500 each).

LEVEL 2, OUTSIDE LA NOUVELLE BALLROOM

12 YEARS OF AIA NEW ORLEANS PRESENTING CONSTRUCTION LEVEL 2, OUTSIDE LA NOUVELLE BALLROOM

EXPO FLOOR, NEAR 1701

ENERGY STAR design projects and architects help EPA prevent CO 2 emissions by being among the top 25% and typically 50% better than the national average for energy reductions.

FAITH & FORM/IFRAA INTERNATIONAL AWARDS PROGRAM FOR RELIGIOUS ART AND ARCHITECTURE

GALLERY EXHIBITS

LEVEL 2, NEAR 221

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The annual awards program honors the best in architecture, liturgical design, and art for religious spaces.

NATIONAL ASSOCIATES COMMITTEE LEGACY PROJECT EXHIBIT LEVEL 1, LOBBY D

Work from local and national Associate members to highlight the convention’s them: Regional Design REVOLUTION: ecology matters.

TAP BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING AWARDS

AIA NEW ORLEANS LEGACY PROJECT

EXPO FLOOR, NEAR 1701

LEVEL 2, OUTSIDE LA NOUVELLE BALLROOM

Featuring the Recipients of the Annual Building Information Modeling Awards, including jury comments and excerpts from the winning submissions.


DAILY SCHEDULE TUESDAY–WEDNESDAY 34 THURSDAY 38 FRIDAY 44 SATURDAY 54

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DAILY SCHEDULE TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY

REGISTRATION Tuesday Noon–5 p.m. AIA Convention Registration Wednesday 7 a.m.–6 p.m. AIA Convention Registration * See program listings for address and/or transportation information.

DAILY SCHEDULE

TUESDAY 7 a.m.–5 p.m.

NAVFAC Architects Symposium

NOCC, Room 218

7 a.m.–5 p.m.

U.S. Air Force Architects Symposium

NOCC, Room 217

7:30 a.m.–6 p.m.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 2011 Architects’ Community of Practice Workshop

Omni Royal Orleans Hotel*

ET101

Self-Guided Tour: Algiers Point Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET102

Self-Guided Tour: Canal Streetcar Tour

Tour Departure

ET103

Self-Guided Tour: Faubourg Marigny Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET104

Self-Guided Tour: Faubourg St. Mary Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET105

Self-Guided Tour: Garden District Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET106

Self-Guided Tour: Lower Garden District Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET107

Self-Guided Tour: St. Charles Avenue Streetcar Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET108

Self-Guided Tour: Vieux Carré Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

7:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m.

EV100

15th Annual Chancellor’s Cup Golf Open

TPC Louisiana*

8 a.m.–9 a.m.

PA001

The National World War Museum: The Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Efforts to Establish a National Landmark Museum in New Orleans HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 343–345

8 a.m.–noon

WE100

IDP Coordinators Workshop

NOCC, Room 203

8 a.m.–noon

WE101

Preparing for the Recovery: Using the Downturn to Your Firm’s Advantage

NOCC, Room 204

8 a.m.–noon

WE102

Contract and Insurance Strategies for the Small Practice

NOCC, Room 205

8 a.m.–noon

WE103

Business Development Today: Using Modern Tools to Get More Work!

NOCC, Room 206

8 a.m.–noon

WE104

Health and Design = Active Living and Sustainable Urbanism HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 207

8 a.m.–noon

WE105

Stepping Through Accessible Routes HSW

NOCC, Room 208

8 a.m.–4 p.m.

ET100

Up The Mighty Mississippi NWA

Tour Departure

National Associates Committee Annual Meeting—Invitation Only

NOCC, Room 263

WEDNESDAY

8 a.m.–5 p.m.

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KEY

PROGRAM LISTINGS Professional registration fees cover most continuing education programs, including education on the expo floor, keynote presentations, and AIA Expo2011. Preconvention workshops, tours, and events are priced separately. See program listings beginning on the following pages:

NOCC – Ernest N. Morial Convention Center Hilton – Hilton Riverside New Orleans

Continuing Education Programs…60 Education on the Expo Floor…94 Educational Tours…100

8:30 a.m.–3 p.m.

Guest Tours…106 Networking/Business Events...108

AIA Technology in Architectural Practice Leadership Planning Meeting— Invitation Only

NOCC, Room 348–349

8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

ET109

ABCs of Education HSW/SD

Tour Departure

8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.

ET110

IFRAA Tour: Sacred Places NWA

Tour Departure

2011 Architecture Schools Advancement Development Forum

NOCC, Room 352

8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

WE110

Evolutionary or Revolutionary: The Role of a Traditional Sense of Place and Lessons Learned in the Recovery of Post-Katrina New Orleans Neighborhoods HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 221

8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

WE111

Business Management for Building Professionals

NOCC, Room 212

8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

WE112

International Green Construction Code Fundamentals for Designers HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 217

8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

WE113

AIA Disaster Assistance Program: A Comprehensive Training HSW

NOCC, Room 219

8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

WE114

Skills for High Performance Buildings HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 243

8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

WE115

New ADA Regulations: What are the Impacts and How to Comply

NOCC, Room 209

8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

WE116

8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

WE117

8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

WE118

9–11:30 a.m.

ET111a

Garden District NWA

Tour Departure

9–11:30 a.m.

ET112a

Vieux Carré NWA

Tour Departure

9 a.m.–noon

ET113a

Katrina Recovery HSW

Tour Departure

9 a.m.–noon

EV101

Energy Modeling: What You Need To Know

NOCC, Room 346–347

9 a.m.–1 p.m.

ET114a

Swamp Eco HSW/SD NWA

Tour Departure

Board Community Committee Meeting—Invitation Only

Hilton, Belle Chase Room

9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Designing for Climate Change: An Ecological Approach to Regional Sustainability HSW/SD BD+C 251: Understanding the Building Design + Construction LEED Rating Systems HSW/SD O+M 251: Understanding the Building Operations + Maintenance LEED Rating System HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 218 NOCC, Room 220 NOCC, Room 210

9:15–10:45 a.m.

PA101

History and Role of the Vieux Carré Commission

NOCC, Room 357

9:15–10:45 a.m.

PA102

The Cabildo/Louisiana State Museum: The Development and Preservation of a Community Cultural Resource

NOCC, Room 356

9:15–10:45 a.m.

PA103

Maximizing Your Project’s Potential: Integrated Teams, BIM, and Sustainability

NOCC, Room 354–355

9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

ET115a

L’Art et les Jardins HSW/SD

CANCELLED

2011 Strategic Direction Group (Communications) Meeting—Invitation Only

Hilton, Melrose Room

10 a.m.–noon 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

PA201

11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

PA202

11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

PA203

11:30 a.m.–7 p.m.

Design for Emergency: Learning from Katrina, the Jackson Barracks, and the Recovery School District Case Studies HSW Parallel Visions: Four Emerging Reconstruction Concepts in Post-Katrina New Orleans Owner’s Requirements Definition and the World’s Most Energy-Efficient Building HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 357 NOCC, Room 356 NOCC, Room 354–355

AIA Seattle AIA+2030 Component Orientation

Hilton, Elmwood Room

12:30–2:30 p.m.

PA002

The Master Plan for New Orleans: Livability, Opportunity, and Sustainability in the 21st Century HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 343–345

12:30–4:30 p.m.

ET116a

Vieux Carré Historic Homes NWA

Tour Departure

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DAILY SCHEDULE

DAILY SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY

1–4 p.m.

ET117a

Tout Ensemble NWA

Tour Departure

1–5 p.m.

WE120

Creating Meaningful Interaction in Presentation

NOCC, Room 245

1–5 p.m.

WE121

Architects in Court: A Mock Trial

NOCC, Room 244

1–5 p.m.

WE122

Bio-Innovation Regional Case Study: New VA and LSU Medical Centers in Greater New Orleans HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 204

1–5 p.m.

WE123

Igniting the Design Process Within

NOCC, Room 206

1–5 p.m.

WE124

Reinventing Residential Architecture by Rediscovering Regional Vernacular HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 207

1–5 p.m.

WE125

Firm Positioning for Competitive Advantage

NOCC, Room 205

1–5 p.m.

WE126

Stepping Through Interior Elements HSW

NOCC, Room 208

1–5 p.m.

WE127

Hands-On COMFEN Training: A Simple, Free Comparative Façade Design Tool

NOCC, Room 211

1–5 p.m.

ET114b

Swamp Eco HSW/SD NWA

Tour Departure

1–5 p.m.

ET118a

Destrehan Manor NWA

Tour Departure

1–5 p.m.

ET119a

San Francisco Plantation NWA

Tour Departure

1–5 p.m.

EV113

Citizen Architect Exchange Meeting

NOCC, Room 350–351

1–7 p.m.

EV103

AIA/CES Provider Workshop: Training on Trial

Hilton, Jefferson Room

1:30–3:30 p.m.

ET120a

Pitot House NWA

CANCELLED

1:30–4:30 p.m.

ET121a

Longue Vue House and Garden NWA

CANCELLED

2:45–4:15 p.m.

PA301

2:45–4:15 p.m.

PA302

2:45–4:15 p.m.

PA303

Project Delivery Methods and the Impact of Sustainable Design Goals HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 354–355

3–5 p.m.

EV104

State Government Network Meeting

NOCC, Room 340–341

3–5:30 p.m.

EV115

TAP Revolution: Better Design and Higher Value Driven by Process Innovation and Technology

NOCC, Room 348–349

International Committee Advisory Group Meeting—Invitation Only

Hilton, Ascot/Newberry Room

Project Delivery Methods and the Integrated Project Team

NOCC, Room 343–345

Board Knowledge Committee Meeting—Invitation Only

Hilton, Rosedown Room

3:30–6 p.m. 4:30–5:30 p.m.

PA003

5–6:30 p.m.

NOCC, Room 357 NOCC, Room 356

5:30–7 p.m.

EV106

AIA Public Architects and AIA Corporate Architects and Facility Management Reception

World War II Museum*

5:30–8 p.m.

EV105

AIA Technology in Architectural Practice BIM Awards Reception

NOCC, Room 335–336

Caucus Moderator and Timer Briefing—Invitation Only

Hilton, Durham Room

6–7 p.m.

36

Levee System in New Orleans: A Presentation on Its History, Assessment, and Future HSW The Roosevelt Hotel: Maintaining the Presence—Importance of Dignity of an Urban Landmark

6–8 p.m.

EV114

Civic Engagement Reception

Calcasieu*

6–9 p.m.

EV107

Design + Dining: Emeril’s New Orleans—Hot and Hip in the Warehouse District

Emeril’s New Orleans*

7–10 p.m.

EV109

Design + Dining: Commander’s Palace—A Garden District Treasure

Commander’s Palace*

7–10 p.m.

EV110

Design + Dining: Galatoire’s Restaurant Without Waiting in Line

Galatoire’s Restaurant*

7–10 p.m.

EV111

Design + Dining: Antoine’s Restaurant—The Bastion of Mardi Gras History

Antoine’s Restaurant*

7–10 p.m.

EV112

Design + Dining: Wilkinson-Bruno House—An Elegant Evening Uptown

1015 S. Carrollton Avenue *


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DAILY SCHEDULE THURSDAY

REGISTRATION Thursday 6:30 a.m.–5 p.m. AIA Convention Registration 8:15–10 a.m. Welcome Firm Award Opening Keynote Presentation 10 a.m.–4 p.m. AIA Expo2011

DAILY SCHEDULE

THURSDAY

6:30–8 a.m.

ET101

Self-Guided Tour: Algiers Point Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET102

Self-Guided Tour: Canal Streetcar Tour

Tour Departure

ET103

Self-Guided Tour: Faubourg Marigny Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET104

Self-Guided Tour: Faubourg St. Mary Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET105

Self-Guided Tour: Garden District Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET106

Self-Guided Tour: Lower Garden District Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET107

Self-Guided Tour: St. Charles Avenue Streetcar Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET108

Self-Guided Tour: Vieux Carré Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

TH200

Building Airtightness: Building Enclosure Council Breakfast HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 271–273

NAAB Focus Groups for Study of Higher Education in Architecture—Invitation Only

NOCC, Room 269

6:30–8 a.m. 7–8 a.m.

TH201

Placemaking on Capitol Hill HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 228–230

7–8 a.m.

TH202

The Lean Design Practice and Construction Firm

NOCC, Room 220–222

7–8 a.m.

TH203

The Supervisor Revolution

NOCC, Room 211–213

7–8 a.m.

TH204

Reinvesting and Designing in Schools that Learn

NOCC, Room 217–219

7–8 a.m.

TH205

The Federal Presence: 2010 GSA Design Awards

NOCC, Room 209–210

7–8 a.m.

EV200

AIA Prayer Breakfast

NOCC, Room 342

7–8 a.m.

YAF/COF Breakfast—Invitation Only

NOCC, Room 201

7–8 a.m.

AIA Ohio Valley Region Breakfast

Hilton, Elmwood Room

7–8 a.m.

California Breakfast Caucus

Hilton, Belle Chase Room

7 a.m.–8:15 a.m.

South Atlantic Region Council Meeting

Hilton, Jasperwood Room

7:30 a.m.–noon

AIA Partner Summit—Invitation Only

NOCC, Room 333–334

8:15–10 a.m.

GS001

Keynote Presentation: Mega-regions—The World of the Future

NOCC, Hall E

9 a.m.–noon

GT100a

Haunted New Orleans NWA

Tour Departure

9 a.m.–1 p.m.

GT101a

Laura Plantation NWA

Tour Departure

Candidate Speeches

NOCC, Hall E

10 a.m.–10:50 a.m.

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DAILY SCHEDULE THURSDAY

10 a.m.–11:30 a.m. EV226

Green Codes Q&A: Bring Your IGCC Questions

NOCC, Room 346–347

10:15–11:15 a.m.

FA100

GSA’s Vision HSW/SD

NOCC, Booth 3901

10:30–11:30 a.m.

EX101

Elevator Technology: Where It’s Been; Where It’s Going

NOCC, Booth 470

10:30–11:30 a.m.

EX107

Some Don’t Like It Hot: Commercial Roofing Technologies (RFGTEC)

NOCC, Booth 670

10:30 a.m.–noon

EV227

How to Prepare for Your Move to International Practice

NOCC, Room 201

Regional Caucuses—California, Middle Atlantic, New Jersey, North Central States, Ohio Valley, and South Atlantic Regions Regional Caucuses—Central States, Florida/Caribbean, Michigan, New York, Northwest and Pacific, and the Virginias regions Regional Caucuses—Gulf States, Illinois, New England, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Western Mountain Regions and International Components

11:15 a.m.–12:30 p.m. 11:15 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

DAILY SCHEDULE

NOCC, Room 269

10 a.m.–noon

11:15 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

NOCC, Room 343–344 NOCC, Room 356–357 NOCC, Room 353–354

11:30 a.m.–12:45 p.m.

EV201

Diversity Recognition Program Awards Presentation

NOCC, Room 345

11:45 a.m.–12:45 p.m.

FA101

Are We There Yet? The Road to Performance with ENERGY STAR HSW/SD

NOCC, Booth 3901

Noon–1 p.m.

EX102

Sustainable Solutions for Large Openings

NOCC, Booth 470

Noon–1 p.m.

EX108a

Trends in Constructability and Waste Reduction: The Architect and General Contractor Partnership

NOCC, Booth 670

Noon–3 p.m.

EV202

Former Presidents and Spouses Luncheon

Muriel’s Jackson Square*

12:30–2 p.m.

Knowledge Community Leadership Forum—Invitation Only

NOCC, Room 348–349

12:30–3 p.m.

AIA Pennsylvania Regional Delegate Lunch

Hilton, Oak Alley Room

12:45–1:45 p.m.

AIA New York State Regional Lunch

Hilton, Newberry Room

1–2 p.m.

FA102

The Worldwide NAVFAC Approach

NOCC, Booth 3901

1–2 p.m.

EV203

Small Firm Round Table Forum

NOCC, Room 335–336

1–4 p.m.

EX100a

Mastering Google SketchUp

NOCC, Booth 150

Delegate Accreditation and Voting

NOCC, Booth 150

1–4 p.m. 1–5 p.m.

GT103a

Oak Alley Plantation NWA

Tour Departure

1–5 p.m.

GT104d

Historic Culinary Tour NWA

Tour Departure

1:30–2:30 p.m.

EX103a

Light Control and LEED

NOCC, Booth 470

NAAB Focus Groups for Study of Higher Education in Architecture—Invitation Only

NOCC, Room 269

1:30–3 p.m. 1:30–5 p.m.

GT102a

Close Encounters NWA

CANCELLED

1:30–5:30 p.m.

ET118b

Destrehan Manor NWA

Tour Departure

1:30–5:30 p.m.

ET119b

San Francisco Plantation NWA

CANCELLED

1:30–5:30 p.m.

ET122

Islands of Saints and Sinners NWA

Tour Departure

1:30–5:30 p.m.

ET123

St. Bernard Parish HSW/SD

Tour Departure

1:30–5:30 p.m.

GT104a

Historic Culinary Tour NWA

Tour Departure

1:45–4:15 p.m.

ET124

Saenger Theatre HSW/SD

CANCELLED

2–3 p.m.

EX113

BSP171 Commercial Building Design—Comfortable Environments through Sustainable Design

Classroom C

Continuing Education System—Invitation Only

Hilton, Jefferson Room

2–2:30 p.m.

40

NAAB Focus Groups for Study of Higher Education in Architecture—Invitation Only


For complete convention information, visit www.aia.org/convention

2–3:30 p.m.

TH220

The Construction Outlook: Implications for Architecture Firms

NOCC, Room 353–354

2–3:30 p.m.

TH221

True Sustainability: Cutting-Edge Regional Design and Placemaking HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 220–222

2–3:30 p.m.

TH222

Global Practice Session: International Committee Annual Update

NOCC, Room 211–213

2–3:30 p.m.

TH223

Outcome-Based Commercial Building Energy Standards: Facilitating Broad Acceptance of Regional Design?

NOCC, Room 252–254

2–3:30 p.m.

TH224

Award Winning BIM: Seven Years of AIA TAP BIM Awards

NOCC, Room 209–210

2–3:30 p.m.

TH225

Using Public-Private Partnerships to Encourage Urban Infill Development HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 203–205

2–3:30 p.m.

TH226

Innovation and Evidence: Incompatible in Regional Solutions?

NOCC, Room 333–334

2–3:30 p.m.

TH227

California’s Smart Growth Bill in Action: San Francisco Bay Area’s Regional Response to SB375 HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 255–257

2–3:30 p.m.

TH228

Ethics of Sustainability HSW

NOCC, Room 338–339

2–3:30 p.m.

TH229

Interior Excellence: Learning from the 2011 AIA Interior Architecture Honor Awards

NOCC, Room 265–266

2–3:30 p.m.

TH230

2–3:30 p.m.

TH231

2–3:30 p.m.

TH232

Architects and Beyond: Diverse Career Opportunities

NOCC, Room 206–207

2–3:30 p.m.

TH233

What is the International Green Construction Code? HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 217–219

2–3:30 p.m.

TH234

Design Salon: The Federal Partnership for Sustainable Communities—How Investments in Regional Development Affect Architects HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 225–227

2–3:30 p.m.

TH237

Designing for All: Social Sustainability and Universal Design

NOCC, Room 243–245

Universal Design Rountable Discussion—Invitation Only

NOCC, Room 352

2–4 p.m.

Design Salon: Next Generation Green—Sustainable Communities and Infrastructure HSW/SD Achieving Design Excellence in Affordable Housing: Regional Community Development Patterns HSW

NOCC, Room 260–262 NOCC, Room 356–357

2–5 p.m.

ET125

For Art’s Sake HSW/SD NWA

Tour Departure

2–5 p.m.

ET126

Historic Hotels HSW NWA

Tour Departure

AIA Washington Council Board Meeting

Hilton, Grand Salon 19 and 20

TH235

Regional Identity: Historic Community African-American Churches HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 208

2:15–3:15 p.m.

TH236

Growing Energy/Water: Using the Grid to Get Off the Grid—2009 Latrobe Prize Presentation HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 228–230

2:15–3:15 p.m.

FA103

Small Business Administration: Helping Small Firms Find Work

NOCC, Booth 3901

2:15–5:15 p.m.

ET128

Audubon Zoological Gardens HSW

CANCELLED

2:15–5:15 p.m.

ET129a

City Park HSW/SD

CANCELLED

CACE Roundtable Discussion—Invitation Only

Hilton, Napoleon Ballroom

2–5 p.m. 2:15–3:15 p.m.

2:30–3:30 p.m. 2:30–4:30 p.m.

ET120b

Pitot House NWA

CANCELLED

2:30–4:30 p.m.

ET130

Downtown Living No. 1 NWA

Tour Departure

2:30–5:30 p.m.

ET115b

L’Art et les Jardins HSW/SD

Tour Departure

3–4 p.m.

EX109

LEED 2009 Programs Overview

NOCC, Booth 470

3–4 p.m.

EV204

AIA Contract Documents Anniversary Celebration

NOCC, Booth 445

4–5:30 p.m.

TH240

Architects Discuss Region-Based Urban Design HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 203–205

4–5:30 p.m.

TH242

From New Orleans to Detroit: Reinventing in the Wake of Disaster HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 243–245

4–5:30 p.m.

TH243

Designing for Regional Growth: The First Office of the Future HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 260–262

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DAILY SCHEDULE

DAILY SCHEDULE

THURSDAY

4–5:30 p.m.

TH244

Coastal Resilience: Design Considerations at All Scales HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 255–257

4–5:30 p.m.

TH245

Applying the SITES Rating System: Lessons From the First Pilot Projects HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 211–213

4–5:30 p.m.

TH246

Elevating the Architectural Practice to Meet the Opportunities of Technology and Sustainability

NOCC, Room 353–354

4–5:30 p.m.

TH247

The AIA 2030 Commitment: Measuring Industry Progress Towards 2030 HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 356–357

4–5:30 p.m.

TH249

Winning the Project: Public Architects Discuss How to Get That Elusive First Public Contract

NOCC, Room 217–219

4–5:30 p.m.

TH250

Doctors, Lawyers, and Architects—Who Are Most Ethical?

NOCC, Room 252–254

4–5:30 p.m.

TH251

How To Use the Owner-Architect Agreement as a Roadmap for Project Success

NOCC, Room 209–210

4–5:30 p.m.

TH252

The Master Plan for New Orleans: Livability, Opportunity, and Sustainability in the 21st Century HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 220–222

4–5:30 p.m.

TH253

Rebirth of Tremé Lafitte Neighborhood Housing in New Orleans HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 225–227

4–5:30 p.m.

TH254

Truths and Truisms for the Next Twenty Years

NOCC, Room 228–230

4–5:30 p.m.

EV205

AIA Honors and Awards Ceremony

NOCC, Hall E

4:15–5:15 p.m.

TH255

Sustainability and Livability on a Regional Scale HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 206–207

4:15–5:15 p.m.

TH256

Universal Design/Diversity Intersect: Marketplace, Community, Client

NOCC, Room 208

4:15–5:15 p.m.

TH257

Architects: A Resource Before and After a Disaster HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 338–339

5–7 p.m.

EV206

ArchiPAC “Beads and Bourbon” Donor Reception

Latrobe’s on Royal*

5–7 p.m.

Illinois Institute of Technology

Napoleon House*

5:30–7:30 p.m.

AIA Central States Region, Iowa State University, Kansas State University, Oklahoma State University, University of Kansas, University of Oklahoma, and Washington University Reception

Preservation Resource Center*

5:30–7:30 p.m.

University of Notre Dame Alumni Reception

Blitch Knevel Architects’ Apartment*

6–7 p.m.

TH260

Through the Lens of the Press: Open Journalism vs. Fashion Focus

NOCC, Room 203–205

6–7 p.m.

TH261

Daylighting: It’s the Law HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 220–222

6–7 p.m.

TH262

The Virtual Big Room: Be Here Now with Immersive Reality

NOCC, Room 209–210

TH263

Cities of the Dead: New Orleans’ Cemeteries, Their History, Their Conservation, and the Technology That Sustains Them HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 217–219

6–7 p.m.

Friends of Bill W.

Hilton, Fountain Room

6–7 p.m.

Rice University Alumni Reception

Arnaud’s Restaurant*

6–7 p.m.

University of Maryland Alumni Reception

Hilton, Trafalgar Room

6–7 p.m.

6–7:30 p.m.

EV208

2010 Faith and Form/IFRAA International Religious Art and Architecture Awards

NOCC, Room 342

6–7:30 p.m.

EV209

AIA Housing and AIA/HUD Secretary’s Awards Ceremony

NOCC, Room 346–347

6–7:30 p.m.

AIA Minnesota and University of Minnesota Reception

Hilton, Rosedown Room

6–7:30 p.m.

University of Michigan Alumni Reception

St. Joseph Rebuild Center*

New Fellows Reception

Hilton, Riverside Building

6–8 p.m.

Auburn University Alumni and Friends Reception, Sponsored by Modicum

Hilton, Grand Salon 3

6–8 p.m.

Cornell University Alumni Reception

Hilton, Grand Salon 13

6–8 p.m.

Kent State University Alumni and Friends Reception

Hilton, Magnolia Room

6–8 p.m.

North Carolina State University Alumni and Friends Reception

Hilton, Grand Salon 16

6–8 p.m.

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EV210


For complete convention information, visit www.aia.org/convention

6–8 p.m.

University of Arkansas Reunion

Hilton, Grand Salon 6

6–8 p.m.

University of California, Berkley Alumni Reunion

Hilton, Windsor Room

6–8 p.m.

University of Illinois Alumni Reception

Hilton, Elmwood Room

6–8 p.m.

University of Washington Alumni Reception

Hilton, Norwich Room

Self-Guided Tour: Moonlight and Magnolias NWA

Tour Departure

6–9 p.m.

ET131

6–9 p.m.

Howard University HBCU Architecture Alumni Reception

6–9 p.m.

SCI-Arc Alumni and Friends Event

6–9:15 p.m.

EV213

6–10 p.m.

Women in Architecture Dinner AIA Washington Council Reception

Hilton, Jasperwood Room Jonathan Ferrara Gallery* Loews New Orleans Hotel* Hilton, Grand Salon 19 and 20 Hilton, Versailles Ballroom

6:30–8 p.m.

EV211

International Committee Reception

6:30–8:30 p.m.

EV212

AIA Committee on the Environment Celebration and Top 10 Toast

Basin St. Station*

6:30–8:30 p.m.

AIA South Carolina, Clemson Advancement Foundation, and Clemson University Reception

The Roosevelt Hotel*

6:30–8:30 p.m.

Arizona State University Alumni Reception

Hilton, Grand Salon 10

6:30–9 p.m.

Texas Tech University Alumni Reception

Hilton, Newberry Room

6:30–9 p.m.

University of Kentucky Reception

Hilton, Durham Room

7–9 p.m.

AIA Small Project Practitioners and AIA Custom Residential Architects’ Network Party

Ogden Museum *

EV214

7–9 p.m.

Drury University Hammons School of Architecture Alumni and Friends Reception

Mulate’s Restaurant*

7–9 p.m.

Rennsselaer Alumni Reception

Lüke*, 333 St. Charles Avenue

7–9 p.m.

University of Texas at Austin Alumni and Friends Reception

AOS Showroom*

7–10 p.m.

EV215

Design Excellence in 2011: The AIA Committee on Design Reception and Dinner

Calcasieu*

7–10 p.m.

EV216a

Design + Dining: Arnaud’s Restaurant—Mardi Gras Madness!

Arnaud’s Restaurant*

7–10 p.m.

EV217

Design + Dining: Restaurant August—The New Tradition

Restaurant August*

7–10 p.m.

EV218

Design + Dining: Galatoire’s Restaurant Breaks Out

Galatoire’s Restaurant*

7–10 p.m.

EV219

Design + Dining: St. Charles Avenue Residence—Louisiana Landmark

St. Charles Avenue Residence*

7–10 p.m.

EV220

Design + Dining: Modern Family Living Uptown

1931 State Street*

8–9:30 p.m.

EV224

National Associates Committee/Young Architects Forum Emerging Professionals Reception

Hilton, Belle Chase Room

9–10:30 p.m.

EV225

AIAS/Graphisoft Nightcap Reception

Hilton, Melrose Room

43


DAILY SCHEDULE FRIDAY

REGISTRATION Friday 6:30 a.m.–5 p.m. AIA Convention Registration 8:15–10 a.m. Edward C. Kemper Award Gold Medal Award Keynote Presentation 10 a.m.–4 p.m. AIA Expo2011

FRIDAY Self-Guided Tour: Algiers Point Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET102

Self-Guided Tour: Canal Streetcar Tour

Tour Departure

ET103

Self-Guided Tour: Faubourg Marigny Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET104

Self-Guided Tour: Faubourg St. Mary Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET105

Self-Guided Tour: Garden District Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET106

Self-Guided Tour: Lower Garden District Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET107

Self-Guided Tour: St. Charles Avenue Streetcar Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET108

Self-Guided Tour: Vieux Carré Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

6:30–8 a.m.

NAAB Focus Groups for Study of Higher Education in Architecture—Invitation Only

NOCC, Room 269

6:45–8 a.m.

AIA Western Mountain Region Business Meeting

Hilton, Belle Chase Room

DAILY SCHEDULE

ET101

44

7–8 a.m.

FR301

Integrated Modeling: Evolving a Single Model from Design to Operations

NOCC, Room 203–205

7–8 a.m.

FR302

Beyond Disaster Mitigation: An AIA Architect in Haiti HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 217–219

7–8 a.m.

FR303

The Architect’s Leadership Challenge

NOCC, Room 209–210

7–8 a.m.

FR304

The ADA and Urban Regeneration HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 220–222

7–8 a.m.

FR300

Operating an Architect-Led Residential Design-Build Practice

NOCC, Room 211–213

8–10:30 a.m.

ET111b

Garden District NWA

Tour Departure

8–10:30 a.m.

ET112b

Vieux Carré NWA

Tour Departure

8–10:30 a.m.

ET132a

Faubourg Marigny NWA

Tour Departure

8:15–10 a.m.

GS002

Keynote Presentation: Welcome to the Urban Revolution—How Cities Are Changing the World

NOCC, Hall E

8:15–10:30 a.m.

ET133

Faubourg St. Mary NWA

Tour Departure

8:15–10:45 a.m.

ET140

New Orleans Center for Creative Arts

CANCELLED

8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

GT103b

Oak Alley Plantation NWA

Tour Departure

9 a.m.–noon

GT100b

Haunted New Orleans NWA

Tour Departure

9 a.m.–noon

GT105

Krewe of Mardi Gras NWA

CANCELLED


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DAILY SCHEDULE FRIDAY

DAILY SCHEDULE

9 a.m.–3:30 p.m.

EV301

Shadow an Architect Program

NOCC, Room 335–336

10–11:30 a.m.

NAAB Focus Groups for Study of Higher Education in Architecture—Invitation Only

NOCC, Room 269

10 a.m.–noon

EV300

AIA Committee on the Environment, AIA Large Firm Round Table, AIA Small Firm Round Table, and AIA Sustainability Member Education Program Update

Hilton, Melrose Room

10 a.m.–noon

Associate Roundtable

NOCC, Room 348–349

10 a.m.–1 p.m.

Young Architects Forum Advisory Committee Meeting—Invitation Only

NOCC, Room 214

10 a.m.–4 p.m.

Delegate Accreditation and Voting

NOCC, Booth 150

10:15–11:15 a.m.

FA104

Air Force: Opportunities for Design Contracting

NOCC, Booth 3901

10:30–11:30 a.m.

EX104

Sustainable Design Using Epoxies in the Repair of Wood

NOCC, Booth 470

10:30–11:30 a.m.

EX105

Window Replacement Solutions for Commercial Buildings

NOCC, Booth 670

10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

EV302

AIA Custom Residential Architects’ Network Forum

NOCC, Room 345

10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

EV303

Interior Architecture Annual Roundtable

NOCC, Room 333–334

10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

EV304

International Presidents’ Forum

NOCC, Room 340–341

10:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.

EV305

Former Chancellors Lunch

Arnaud’s Restaurant *

11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

FA105

10 Keys to Succeeding at Public Sector Work

NOCC, Booth 3901

11:30 a.m.–1 p.m.

EV316

Codes and Standards Community Networking Lunch

Hilton, Fountain Room

11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.

EV306

AIA Historic Resources Committee Luncheon

Calcasieu*

11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.

EV307

Practice Management Lunch: Thriving in a Tough Economy and a Look to the Future

CANCELLED

Noon–1 p.m.

EX106

The Safe, Clean, Green Way to Add a Fireplace to Any Space

NOCC, Booth 470

Noon–1:45 p.m.

CACE Luncheon—Invitation Only

Hilton, Grand Salon 7 and 10

Noon–2 p.m.

National Associates Committee Elections

NOCC, Room 348–349

12:30–2 p.m.

EV308

New Fellows Box Lunch

NOCC, Room 346–347

12:30–2 p.m.

EV309

International Presidents’ Luncheon

NOCC, Room 342

FA106

Sustainability and the State Department’s Overseas Buildings Operations: Greening Our Embassies HSW/SD

NOCC, Booth 3901

AIAS Student Convocation

NOCC, Room 201

1–2 p.m. 1–2 p.m. 1–4 p.m.

EX100b

Mastering Google SketchUp

NOCC, Booth 150

1–5 p.m.

GT101b

Laura Plantation NWA

CANCELLED

1:30–2:30 p.m.

EX103b

Light Control and LEED

NOCC, Booth 470

EX108b

Trends in Constructability and Waste Reduction: The Architect and General Contractor Partnership

NOCC, Booth 670

NAAB Focus Groups for Study of Higher Education in Architecture—Invitation Only

NOCC, Room 269

1:30–2:30 p.m. 1:30–3 p.m.

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1:30–4:30 p.m.

ET113b

Katrina Recovery HSW

Tour Departure

1:30–4:30 p.m.

ET134

Endangered Species HSW NWA

CANCELLED

1:30–5 p.m.

GT102b

Close Encounters NWA

CANCELLED

1:30–5:30 p.m.

ET116b

Vieux Carré Historic Homes NWA

Tour Departure

1:30–5:30 p.m.

ET135

Three Rs: Restoration, Renovation, and Rehabilitation HSW/SD NWA

Tour Departure


DAILY SCHEDULE

DAILY SCHEDULE

FRIDAY

1:30–5:30 p.m.

GT104b

Historic Culinary Tour NWA

Tour Departure

1:45–4:45 p.m.

ET129b

City Park HSW/SD

CANCELLED

1:45–4:45 p.m.

ET136

Cemeteries Tour NWA

Tour Departure

Documents Revenue Share Task Force—Invitation Only

Hilton, Jefferson Room

2–2:30 p.m. 2–3 p.m.

EV310

Open Member International Forum

NOCC, Room 350–351

2–3:30 p.m.

FR320

Wellness Centers: Placemaking in Senior Living Communities HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 260–262

2–3:30 p.m.

FR321

AIA Twenty-fi ve Year Award

NOCC, Room 255–257

2–3:30 p.m.

FR322

Sustainable Justice: An Evolving System HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 352

2–3:30 p.m.

FR323

Design Salon: Leading a Green Schools Movement—From Design to Policy

NOCC, Room 217–219

2–3:30 p.m.

FR324

Designing Sustainable Communities HSW

NOCC, Room 356–357

2–3:30 p.m.

FR325

The CAE Design Awards

NOCC, Room 265–266

2–3:30 p.m.

FR326

Integrated Design to Fabrication for Urban Housing Solutions

NOCC, Room 203–205

2–3:30 p.m.

FR327

Design Salon: Making It Right—Architects in Community

NOCC, Room 209–210

2–3:30 p.m.

FR328

Regenerative Healthcare Design HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 220–222

2–3:30 p.m.

FR329

2011 COTE Top 10 Eco-Buildings and Community Developments HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 206–207

2–3:30 p.m.

FR330

Managing the Contractual Risks and Challenges Inherent in Sustainable Design and Construction

NOCC, Room 252–254

2–3:30 p.m.

FR331

The Challenge Is Now a Commitment: AIA Chicago Tracks for 2030 HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 267–268

2–3:30 p.m.

FR332

Green Building Codes, Standards and Rating Systems—A Comparison

NOCC, Room 343–344

2–3:30 p.m.

FR333

Are Museums Still Sustainable and Relevant In the iPod® Era?

NOCC, Room 353–354

2–3:30 p.m.

FR334

IDP Outstanding Firm Awards

NOCC, Room 333–334

2–3:30 p.m.

FR335

SMART Ideas Community Charrette and Urban Design Competition HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 208

2–5 p.m.

ET117b

Tout Ensemble NWA

Tour Departure

2–5 p.m.

ET121b

Longue Vue House and Garden NWA

CANCELLED

2–5 p.m.

ET138

Historic New Orleans Collection HSW/SD NWA

Tour Departure

FR336

Trust but Verify: Your Design Looks Great, but Does it Perform? Using Facility Performance Evaluation to Ensure Your Project Delivers on its Promises HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 338–339

2:15–3:15 p.m.

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DAILY SCHEDULE FRIDAY

2:15–3:15 p.m.

FR337

Building Enclosures of the Future: Meeting Energy Conservation Requirements HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 211–213

2:15–3:15 p.m.

FA107

Designing for the VA

NOCC, Booth 3901

2:15–5:15 p.m.

ET141

Jackson Barracks and Chalmette Battlefield NWA

CANCELLED

CACE Roundtable Discussion—Invitation Only

Hilton, Napoleon Ballroom

2:30–3:30 p.m. 2:30–4:30 p.m.

ET142

Downtown Living No. 2 NWA

CANCELLED

2:30–5:30 p.m.

ET143

Affordable Housing

CANCELLED

3–4 p.m.

EX110

Architectural Mesh Systems: Design Freedom and Functionality

NOCC, Booth 470

HP’s Tweetup

The Avenue’s Sazerac Bar

DAILY SCHEDULE

3–4 p.m. 4–5:30 p.m.

FR340

Restoring Urban Infrastructure: Project Legacy in New Orleans HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 209–210

4–5:30 p.m.

FR341

AIA Institute Honor Awards

NOCC, Room 203–205

4–5:30 p.m.

FR342

Rebuilding the Gulf Coast Vernacular for High Winds, Water, and Hurricanes HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 217–219

4–5:30 p.m.

FR343

Regional Modernism: Beauty and Performance Inherent in Louisiana’s Vernacular and Contemporary Architecture of the South

NOCC, Room 260–262

4–5:30 p.m.

FR344

Quantifying the Value of Building Reuse HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 220–222

4–5:30 p.m.

FR345

Sustainable Real Estate Development HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 343–344

4–5:30 p.m.

FR346

School and Place: Sustainability and Regional Diversity HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 353–354

4–5:30 p.m.

FR347

Architects’ Role in Preparing Climate Action Plans for Communities and Regions HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 338–339

4–5:30 p.m.

FR348

Community-Based Urbanism: Designing 21st Century Suburbia HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 255–257

4–5:30 p.m.

FR349

AIA Young Architects/Committee on Design Ideas Competition

NOCC, Room 265–266

4–5:30 p.m.

FR350

AIA Whitney M. Young Jr. Award Forum

NOCC, Room 208

4–5:30 p.m.

FR351

Bringing Health and Design Together: Active and Sustainable Urban Living HSW

NOCC, Room 252–254

4–5:30 p.m.

FR352

Ownership Transition: Do or Die—The Importance of Planning Transitions for Minority Architects

NOCC, Room 211–213

4–5:30 p.m.

FR353

AIA Associates Awards 2011

NOCC, Room 267–268

FR354

Community Beyond Housing: A Focus on the Urban Landscape During the Recovery and Rebuilding of the Lower Ninth Ward HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 206–207

4–5:30 p.m.

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DAILY SCHEDULE FRIDAY

DAILY SCHEDULE

4–6 p.m.

EV311

Investiture Ceremony

Touro Synagogue*

4:15–5:15 p.m.

FR355

The Spirit of Africa: Ecological and Sustainable Integrated Project Delivery HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 356–357

4:15–5:15 p.m.

FR356

The New Face of Internship: Beyond What You Think You Know

NOCC, Room 333–334

4:15–5:15 p.m.

FR357

LEED Multi-family Options

NOCC, Room 352

5–7 p.m.

EV312

LGBT Reception

Eiffel Society*

Whole Building Commissioning and High Performance Buildings

NOCC, Room 346–347

5:30–7 p.m. 6–7 p.m.

FR361

Learning from Drawing to Enhance Your Design: Didactic Field Drawing, Part One

NOCC, Room 335–336

6–7 p.m.

FR362

Designing for Changing Environmental and Economic Climates

NOCC, Room 260–262

6–7 p.m.

FR363

AIA Pecha Kucha Night Event

NOCC, Room 243–245

6–7 p.m.

FR364

How To Leverage Social Technologies for a Sustainable Practice

NOCC, Room 217–219

6–7 p.m.

FR365

UC-Merced’s Long Range Development Plan: A Regional Model for Going Green from the Ground Up HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 220–222

6–7 p.m.

Friends of Bill W.

Hilton, Fountain Room

6–7 p.m.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Alumni Reception

Hilton, Newberry Room

6–7:30 p.m.

Texas Society of Architects/AIA Texas Trail Break

Hilton, Elmwood Room

Richard Upjohn Reception

Van Benthuysen Elms*

6–8 p.m.

AIA Gulf States Region Reception and Design Awards

Hilton, Grand Salon 3 and 6

6:30–7:30 p.m.

AIA Ohio Valley Region Reception

Hilton, Magnolia Room

6:30–8 p.m.

AIA Pennsylvania Fellows and Alumni Reception

Hilton, Belle Chase Room

6:30–8 p.m.

South Atlantic Region Fellows Reception

Hilton, Ascot Room

6:30–8:30 p.m.

2011 AIA California Council Fellows Reception

Hilton, Grand Salon 7 and 10

7–9 p.m.

Federation of Institutes of Korean Architects Promotion Dinner for 2017 UIA Congress Seoul

Hilton, Oak Alley Room

6–8 p.m.

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EV313

7–10 p.m.

EV314

Host Chapter Party: The Revolution

World War II Museum*

8:30–10 p.m.

EV315

The Big Easy Dance Party: Laissez Les Bon Temps Roulez

Old New Orleans Rum*


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DAILY SCHEDULE SATURDAY

REGISTRATION Saturday 6:30 a.m.–2 p.m. AIA Convention Registration 10 a.m.–2 p.m. AIA Expo2011 2–3:30 p.m. Whitney M. Young Jr. Award AIA/ACSA Topaz Medallion Thomas Jefferson Award Keynote Presentation

SATURDAY Self-Guided Tour: Algiers Point Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET102

Self-Guided Tour: Canal Streetcar Tour

Tour Departure

ET103

Self-Guided Tour: Faubourg Marigny Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET104

Self-Guided Tour: Faubourg St. Mary Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET105

Self-Guided Tour: Garden District Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET106

Self-Guided Tour: Lower Garden District Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET107

Self-Guided Tour: St. Charles Avenue Streetcar Tour NWA

Tour Departure

ET108

Self-Guided Tour: Vieux Carré Walking Tour NWA

Tour Departure

7–8 a.m.

SA400

Interns Are Our Future … But Only If They’re Present: Mentoring and Training Interns for the Future of Your Firm (and Our Profession)

NOCC, Room 217–219

7–8 a.m.

SA401

Making the Grade: LEED for Schools 2009 HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 211–213

7–8 a.m.

SA402

BIM for Residential Architecture? A Small Firm Primer

NOCC, Room 220–222

7–8 a.m.

SA403

Small Project Practices and the AIA 2030 Commitment HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 209–210

7–8 a.m.

SA404

Sustainable Architectural Precast Elements for the 22nd Century HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 225–227

7–8 a.m.

SA405

AIA Housing and AIA/HUD Secretary’s Awards

NOCC, Room 203–205

SA406

Amping Up Army Energy Efficiency: Implementation of Energy and Sustainability Policies

NOCC, Room 228–230

COF Regional Representatives Breakfast—Invitation Only

NOCC, Room 264

DAILY SCHEDULE

ET101

7–8 a.m. 7–8 a.m. 8–10:30 a.m.

ET111c

Garden District NWA

Tour Departure

8–10:30 a.m.

ET112c

Vieux Carré NWA

Tour Departure

8–10:30 a.m.

ET132b

Faubourg Marigny NWA

Tour Departure

AIA Annual Business Meeting

NOCC, Hall E

8:15–10 a.m.

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8:15–10:45 a.m.

ET127

L. B. Landry High School HSW

CANCELLED

8:30–10 a.m.

SA420

Focus Your Network of Mentors

NOCC, Room 206–207

8:30–10 a.m.

SA421

Determining Your Footprint on the Profession

NOCC, Room 211–213


For complete convention information, visit www.aia.org/convention

8:30–10 a.m.

SA422

Beyond the Building: Successes, Failures, and Possibilities of Low-Carbon Communities HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 260–262

8:30–10 a.m.

SA423

Going It Alone: Practice as a Solo Practitioner

NOCC, Room 220–222

8:30–10 a.m.

SA424

2011 Honorary Fellows: Global Perspectives on Regionalism

NOCC, Room 265–266

8:30–10 a.m.

SA425

Institute Honors for Collaborative Achievement

NOCC, Room 208

8:30–10 a.m.

SA426

Off the Grid: Small Project Awards and Discussion of Local Context in Sustainable Projects

NOCC, Room 343–344

8:30–10 a.m.

SA427

Metrics of Design Excellence: Creating a New Practice in Design Management

NOCC, Room 356–357

Utilizing Contract Documents to Better Manage Your Regional and Urban Planning and Related Design Services GSA’s Art in Architecture Program: Case Studies and Lessons Learned in Architect and Artist Collaborations During Their First Decade of Success: Young Architects—Making a Difference in Our Firms

8:30–10 a.m.

SA428

8:30–10 a.m.

SA429

8:30–10 a.m.

SA430

8:30–10 a.m.

SA431

Performance Counts: Commissioning and the IGCC

NOCC, Room 217–219

8:30–10 a.m.

SA432

Design Forum II: 2+2 HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 252–254

8:30–10 a.m.

SA433

Should Green Building Be Mandatory or Voluntary? HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 225–227

8:30–10 a.m.

EV400

Demystifying Fellowship

NOCC, Room 269

8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

SA435

Didactic Field Drawing, Part Two

Tour Departure

8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

GT101c

Laura Plantation NWA

Tour Departure

10:15–11:15 a.m.

FA108

USPS Building Design Standards and Sustainability Initiatives HSW/SD

NOCC, Booth 3901

10:15 a.m.–1:15 p.m.

EX100c

Mastering Google SketchUp

NOCC, Booth 150

10:30–11:30 a.m.

EX108c

Trends in Constructability and Waste Reduction: The Architect and General Contractor Partnership

NOCC, Booth 470

10:30–11:30 a.m.

EX111

Incorporating Sustainable Forest Products into Your Design

NOCC, Booth 670

10:30–11:30 a.m.

Contract Documents Sales Meeting—Invitation Only

Hilton, Grand Salon 7 and 10

11 a.m.–noon

Annual AIA-JIA Meeting—Invitation Only

NOCC, Room 214

The State Department’s Barrier-Free Accessibility Program HSW

NOCC, Booth 3901

IDP Briefing—Invitation Only

Hilton, Grand Salon 13 and 16

11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

FA109

NOCC, Room 333–334 NOCC, Room 255–257 NOCC, Room 209–210

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DAILY SCHEDULE SATURDAY

11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.

EV401

Richard Upjohn Fellows Spouses Luncheon

Windsor Court Hotel*

11:30 a.m.–2 p.m.

EV402

College of Fellows Annual Business Meeting and Lunch

Windsor Court Hotel*

Noon–1 p.m.

EX103c

Light Control and LEED

NOCC, Booth 470

Noon–1 p.m.

EX112

Sustainability CEU: An Everyday Practice, Not Just an Idea

NOCC, Booth 670

CES Refresher—Invitation Only

Hilton, Grand Salon 7 and 10

DAILY SCHEDULE

12:30–1:30 p.m. 12:45–1:45 p.m.

FA110

Transforming Washington, D.C.’s Southwest Federal Center

NOCC, Booth 3901

1–5 p.m.

GT104c

Historic Culinary Tour NWA

Tour Departure

1:30–5:30 p.m.

GT104e

Historic Culinary Tour NWA

Tour Departure

2–3:30 p.m.

GS003

Keynote Presentation: Transitioning Iconic Urban Centers through Political, Community, and Design Leadership

NOCC, Hall E

2–5 p.m.

ET113c

Katrina Recovery HSW

Tour Departure

2–5 p.m.

ET121c

Longue Vue House and Garden NWA

Tour Departure

2–5 p.m.

ET144

War Museums NWA

Tour Departure

2:15–4:15 p.m.

ET120c

Pitot House NWA

CANCELLED

2:15–5:15 p.m.

ET129c

City Park HSW/SD

Tour Departure

3:45–5:15 p.m.

SA440

21st Century Embassies: Secure, Sustainable Civic Architecture HSW

NOCC, Room 217–219

3:45–5:15 p.m.

SA441

AIA Architecture Firm Award: Communities and Places Improved Through Design

NOCC, Room 209–210

3:45–5:15 p.m.

SA442

Small Project Practitioners: Top 10 Questions and Solutions

NOCC, Room 211–213

3:45–5:15 p.m.

SA443

Affordably Green HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 228–230

3:45–5:15 p.m.

SA444

School Design: Region, Community, and Neighborhood

NOCC, Room 206–207

3:45–5:15 p.m.

SA445

Organic Settlements: Housing Typologies for a Billion People HSW/SD

NOCC, Room 220–222

Washington University in St. Louis Architecture Alumni Reception

Hilton, Oak Alley Room

Multicultural Fellows and Whitney M. Young, Jr. Award Reception

Sheraton New Orleans Hotel*

5:15–6:15 p.m.

President’s Reception—Invitation Only

Hilton, Newberry Room

6–7 p.m.

Friends of Bill W.

Hilton, Fountain Room

6–7 p.m.

AIA Florida/Caribbean Region Reception

6–11 p.m.

Convocation Dinner

4–6 p.m. 5–6:30 p.m.

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EV403

Hilton, Jasperwood Room Sheraton New Orleans Hotel*

7–10 p.m.

EV216b

Design + Dining: Arnaud’s Restaurant—Mardi Gras Madness!

Arnaud’s Restaurant*

7:30–10:30 p.m.

EV404

Design + Dining: K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen—The Start of a Culinary Revolution

K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen*


CONTINUING EDUCATION WEDNESDAY 60 THURSDAY 66 FRIDAY 73 SATURDAY 80 SPEAKERS 88 EDUCATION ON THE EXPO FLOOR 94 EDUCATIONAL TOURS 100

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CONTINUING EDUCATION

CONTINUING EDUCATION

PRECONVENTION WORKSHOPS On Wednesday, attend either half-day (3.75 LU Hours) or full-day (7.5 LU Hours) preconvention workshops from the country’s top presenters. Seating is limited and workshops usually sell out, so register early. Additional fee required.

advocacy and sustainability being the shared focus. Through these focused seminars, you’ll have the chance to engage with presenters, participate in the discussions as an equal, and have your voice be heard. Offered Thursday and Friday afternoon from 2–3:30 p.m. See page 10.

KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS

60@6

Daily keynotes explore how innovative approaches to planning, design, and construction, along with evolutionary or revolutionary approaches to practice, collaboration, and partnerships, can create more resilient urban ecosystems where cities of all scales contribute to a region’s sustainability and regeneration. See pages 8–9.

Extend your learning day, earn additional learning units, and still have plenty of time for evening and social networking with 60-minute seminars (1 LU Hour). Offered on Thursday and Friday evening from 6–7 p.m.

SEMINARS

Education will be offered on the expo floor in the CES Theaters, located at the back of the expo hall. Exhibitors will present 60-minute programs, with each offering LUs. See page 96 for a list of presenters.

Take the lead in the design revolution. More than 130 seminars focus on the evolving art and science of placemaking in the 21st–century metropolis. Learn how to make your projects work seamlessly with the community and environment, capitalizing and improving upon livability, functionality, and character through innovative regional design. Enhance your knowledge of design, practice management, and career development by selecting from diverse topical categories, from business planning to business development; from zero net energy design to building codes. Your registration fee includes your choice of seminar options. All seminars are offered on a first-come, first-seated basis. Registering for your preferred seminar does not obligate you to attend that particular seminar nor does it reserve your seat. However, it allows us to assign the most popular programs to the largest classrooms so there will be room for all.

SUNRISE SESSIONS Get a head start on your day and education with early morning 60-minute seminars and earn 1 LU Hour. These early call learning opportunities take place 7–8 a.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

90-MINUTE SEMINARS Whether you are a seasoned professional or just starting your career working as a sole practitioner or with a large firm, you’ll find the 90-minute seminars (1.5 LU Hours) cover all of the bases when it comes to educational opportunities. From commercial and institutional to residential and community-based projects, from barrier-free design to sustainability, workplace and diversity issues to business development, management, and finance, there’s a comprehensive selection of dynamic and informative presentations and panel discussions from which to choose. Offered in a variety of timeslots on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

DESIGN SALONS 90-minute Design Salons (1.5 LU Hours) are an opportunity to delve into issues, challenges, and opportunities that face us as we look towards the future. Design Salons bring forth the pressing topics, with experts in the field to promote in-depth, interactive dialogue that build on this year’s theme of regional design—with

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CES THEATERS

EXPO EDUCATION Tap into the wealth of knowledge from industry experts on products and services, and earn additional continuing education credit on the expo floor. Attend four 15-minute sessions (60-minute minimum) to earn your first learning unit. After that, earn .25 LU Hour for each additional program you attend. Offered throughout expo hours on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. See page 98.

EDUCATIONAL TOURS AIA New Orleans has arranged more than 40 unique educational tours that allow you to earn between 1 and 5 LU Hours. Educational tours are offered Wednesday through Saturday to a variety of destinations at varied times and prices. Tour times are actual time spent, including transportation. Learning units represent the educational time for the tour.

MANDATORY CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Health, Safety, and Welfare Each year AIA members are required to earn a minimum of eight learning unit hours related to health, safety, and welfare (HSW) as defined by the Architect Registration Examination. Look for “HSW” to identify programs that qualify. These programs may also meet the criteria for licensure requirements in the 43 states, the District of Columbia, 11 Canadian provinces, and 19 countries that have mandatory continuing education (MCE) requirements. The AIA and NCARB have worked collaboratively to review the HSW content of seminars and tours for this year’s convention.

Sustainable Design Of the total 18 CES Learning Units (LU Hours) required in a given calendar year for AIA membership, four LU Hours are required to focus on and meet the established guidelines for sustainable design (SD) mandatory continuing education. Look for “SD” for programs that qualify.


FOR COMPLETE DETAILS

Go to www.aia.org/convention and access the Event and Seminar Search system to see program descriptions, learning objectives, and expanded speaker information. Search by program code, date, or speaker name.

Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW) and Sustainable Design (SD) AIA learning unit(s) credit eligibility is subject to approval following review of presentation. Presentations under review that meet or fail HSW and/or SD criteria will be adjusted accordingly on the official transcript available two weeks after convention. Attendees participating in education programs at the convention are encouraged to verify acceptance of credit in advance with their individual state licensing boards. Expo education programs do not qualify for HSW or SD credit.

APPLYING CONTINUING EDUCATION HOURS The Green Building Certification Institute More than 65 continuing education programs have been approved for GBCI CE Hours for LEED Professionals.

Intern Development Program Interns may earn supplementary education by completing approved AIA continuing education programs. Interns participating in AIA continuing education programs after January 1, 2010, can earn credit at a rate of one IDP training hour for every AIA learning unit hour. These training hours can be applied toward supplementary education. When submitting the program into the e-EVR, you must include an AIA transcript to receive credit. Credit earned before and after January 1, 2010, must comply with the Supplementary Education section in the IDP Guidelines on the NCARB Web site, www.ncarb.org.

LEARNING JUST GOT EASIER WITH THE AIA LIVE LEARNING CENTER You can now have access to valuable content from the AIA 2011 National Convention and Design Exposition anywhere you go with the AIA Live Learning Center. With over 100 sessions on demand and accessible to you 24/7, the AIA Live Learning Center is your ultimate tool to online education from this year’s exposition. Stop by the AIA Live Learning Center counter, located in the registration area, to purchase the conference recordings package for only $249 or visit, www/softconference.com/aia. Once the convention is over the cost returns to its regular price of $299.

EVALUATIONS Your feedback helps the AIA continue to provide top quality and timely educational programs. Give us your opinion of the sessions you attend by participating in an online survey. Look for the e-mails, login, complete your evaluations, and you will be registered automatically to win an AIA Bookstore Gift Certificate.

SHARE YOUR EXPERTISE WITH AIA MEMBERS AT THE NEXT CONVENTION Submit a presentation proposal for the AIA 2012 National Convention and Design Exposition in Washington, D.C. Submission information is available at www.aia.org/conferences/ nationalconvention. The submission deadline is July 1, 2011.

ADMITTANCE TO CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMS AND RECORDING LUS Follow these simple steps to attend programs and receive continuing education credit in New Orleans: • Identify your membership category and pay the applicable convention registration fee • Wear your badge (pick up a badge holder in the AIA registration area) prominently at all times; you will need it to gain entrance to all continuing education programs, including professional tours • Scan your ExpoCard in the readers located outside each classroom at approved sessions or scan your badge in the tour departure area according to the schedule listed below Continuing education records for eligible participants will be transferred to individual CES membership records immediately following the convention. We recommend that you review your AIA/CES transcript online after May 30th to confirm we have an accurate record of your attendance. Printouts of individual convention continuing education records will be available the following day at the Continuing Education Desk located in the AIA registration area. CES records are maintained for AIA members only. Report discrepancies in writing to conventionspeaker@aia. org. Certificate letters of completion for nonmembers are available on request in writing to conventionspeaker@aia.org.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION To earn CES Learning Units, you must scan your badge within: • the first 15 minutes of each half-day workshop • the first 15 minutes of the morning and afternoon session of each full-day workshop • the first 15 minutes of each 90-minute seminar • the first 10 minutes of each 60-minute seminar • the first 10 minutes of each educational event • 30 minutes prior to the listed tour departure time If you do not scan your badge during the designated times, your credit will not be recorded. Multiple scans in any one session will automatically reject prior credit in the same time period; only the last session attended will be recorded.

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CONTINUING EDUCATION WEDNESDAY

PUBLIC ARCHITECTS TRAINING WORKSHOP This full-day preconvention workshop explores the roles and responsibilities of architects who are involved in the design of public buildings, as well as some of the latest ideas in public architecture. Concurrent sessions allow attendees to customize their learning experience. Includes breakfast, lunch, and EV106 Public Architects and Corporate Architects and Facility Management Reception.

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Note: You must register as a Public Architects Training Workshop attendee. Your registration provides the Public Architects Training Workshop and full convention registration (includes keynote presentations, most continuing education programs, expo education programs, AIA business meetings, and AIA Expo2010). Tours and events are priced separately.

PA001 The National World War II Museum: The Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Efforts to Establish a National Landmark Museum in New Orleans

PA102 The Cabildo/Louisiana State Museum: The Development and Preservation of a Community Cultural Resource

PA201 Design for Emergency: Learning from Katrina, the Jackson Barracks, and the Recovery School District Case Studies

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 356 1.5 LU Hours

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 357 1.5 HSW/LU Hours

This session will explore the rich histories of the Louisiana State Museum’s most prominent and historic property, the Cabildo, which houses the museum’s Louisiana history exhibit, and will highlight the Cabildo’s prominent architectural features that reflect the city’s rich French and Spanish heritage.

This session will provide a holistic look at two large recovery programs in New Orleans: the historic Jackson Barracks and the New Orleans Recovery School District. Attendees will learn about techniques for resource mobilization, strategic planning, and emergency procurement in a contingency environment.

Speaker | Charles D. Chamberlain III, PhD

Speaker | Douglas J. Mouton, AIA, NCARB

Provider | AIA Public Architects

Provider | AIA Public Architects

Wednesday, 9:15–10:45 a.m.

Wednesday, 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

PA103 Maximizing Your Project’s Potential: Integrated Teams, BIM, and Sustainability

PA202 Parallel Visions: Four Emerging Reconstruction Concepts in Post-Katrina New Orleans

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 354–355 1.5 LU Hours

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 356 1.5 LU Hours

This session will examine how the efforts of a small group of determined activists from the New Orleans local chapter of the AIA, during the 1920s, insured the continuing preservation of New Orleans’ French Quarter—the only intact Spanish and French Colonial settlement remaining in this country.

This session focuses on improving the design and construction of highperformance buildings (sustainability), encouraging innovation in process (integration), and the use of technology (BIM). The presentation also will identify strategies to facilitate the mental shift to an integrated design and construction process.

Since the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, four distinct paradigms or visions for rebuilding New Orleans have emerged. This session will explore and compare those reconstruction paradigms. Though based on the example of New Orleans, the presentation will demonstrate how the strategies and concepts can be made applicable to many contexts and locations.

Speaker | Lary P. Hesdorffer

Speaker | Greg Gidez, AIA, DBIA, LEED AP

Speaker | Scott D. Bernhard

Provider | AIA Public Architects

Provider | AIA Public Architects

Provider | AIA Public Architects

Wednesday, 9:15–10:45 a.m.

Wednesday, 9:15–10:45 a.m.

Wednesday, 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 343–345 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour

In the summer of 2005, The National World War II Museum was on schedule to develop one of the world’s great military history museums. This presentation will analyze the impact that Hurricane Katrina had on every aspect of the design and construction process of the museum’s expansion, from economic to cultural to social to environmental. Speaker | Robert W. Farnsworth Provider | AIA Public Architects Wednesday, 8–9 a.m.

PA101 History and Role of the Vieux Carré Commission Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 357 1.5 LU Hours

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PA203 Owner’s Requirements Definition and the World’s Most Energy-Efficient Building

PA301 Levee System in New Orleans: A Presentation on Its History, Assessment, and Future

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 354–355 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 357 1.5 HSW/LU Hours

This session will examine in detail the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s process of acquisition, which is at the heart of the facility’s remarkable success as the Department of Energy’s first netzero-energy large scale facility. Critical elements include project definition, design and construction procedures, and substantiation. Speakers | David M. Shelton, DBIA, and Eric Telesmanich, PM Provider | AIA Public Architects Wednesday, 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

PA002 The Master Plan for New Orleans: Livability, Opportunity, and Sustainability in the 21st Century

PA303 Project Delivery Methods and the Impact of Sustainable Design Goals Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 354–355 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hour

This session will examine the $14.6 billion Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk Reduction System designed to reduce the risk of damage from storm surge to the Greater New Orleans area and to the 2,800 miles of navigable waterways, five of the nation’s top 15 ports, 1,300 miles of levees and floodwalls, 11 navigation locks, and six major flood control structures that lie within the balliwick of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ New Orleans District.

This session will explore how project delivery methods influence sustainable, high performance buildings. The presentation will feature evidence from a national survey of 230 LEED APs, documents from 92 public and private projects representing over $2.2 billion in design and construction cost, and 12 indepth case studies.

Speaker | Col. Robert A. Sinkler

Wednesday, 2:45–4:15 p.m.

Speaker | Tammy L. McCuen, LEED AP BD+C Provider | AIA Public Architects

Provider | AIA Public Architects Wednesday, 2:45–4:15 p.m.

PA302 The Roosevelt Hotel: Maintaining the Presence—Importance of Dignity of an Urban Landmark

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 343–345 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GBCI)

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 356 1.5 LU Hours

This session spotlights the 21st-century master plan for New Orleans and examines its three areas of focus: using 21st-century urban design and innovation to enhance livability, diversifying the city’s economy, and making New Orleans a national model for smart growth.

This session will provide an overview of the federal historic tax credit program, will include a case study of the renovation of the Roosevelt Hotel in New Orleans, and will describe avenues for public officials to promote use of historic credits for publicly and privately owned buildings.

PA003 Project Delivery Methods and the Integrated Project Team Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 343–345 1 LU Hour

Provider | AIA Public Architects

Owners can choose from a number of alternative project delivery approaches— design-build, CM-at-risk, and integrated project delivery—that provide opportunities for architects and contractors to team together with their clients at the earliest stages of the design process. Team integration does not happen by accident; it requires intentionality, know how, and leadership. This session will highlight a number of teaming techniques and characteristics that promote collaboration, integrated problem solving, and optimized results.

Wednesday, 12:30–2:30 p.m.

Speaker | Barbara J. Jackson, PhD, DBIA

Speakers | David D. Dixon, FAIA, and W. Raymond Manning, AIA, NOMA, LEED AP BD+C

Provider | AIA Public Architects Wednesday, 2:45–4:15 p.m.

Provider | AIA Public Architects Wednesday, 4:30–5:30 p.m.

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CONTINUING EDUCATION WEDNESDAY

WE100 IDP Coordinators Workshop Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 203 3.75 LU Hours

This workshop will provide the essential information that IDP coordinators need to facilitate their critical roles in support of interns. There will be extensive training on the Intern Development Program (IDP) requirements, including a detailed breakdown of IDP 2.0, information on the Architect Registration Examination (ARE), and an overview of the licensure process. Speakers | Harry M. Falconer Jr., AIA, NCARB; Rachel A. Kros, AIA, NCARB; Nicholas P. Serfass, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP; and Martin S. Smith, AIA, NCARB, LEED Green Associate Providers | National Council of Architectural Registration Boards Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon, $155

WE101 Preparing for the Recovery: Using the Downturn to Your Firm’s Advantage

WE102 Contract and Insurance Strategies for the Small Practice

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 204 3.75 LU Hours

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 205 3.75 LU Hours

This workshop will focus on how to leverage lessons learned from the downturn to improve architectural firms’ practices in areas such as marketing and business development, staffing and human resources, project and firm financial management, technology and project delivery, collaboration and teaming, and leadership development and succession. Speakers | Raymond F. Kogan, AIA, NCARB; Rena Klein, FAIA; Scott A. Kuehn, AIA, NCARB; and Donald Simpson, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP

This workshop, hosted by CRAN (Custom Residential Architects Network), is designed to inform the small practitioner about ways to structure contracts for use on small projects and to explore how those contracts integrate legal and liability insurance concerns and requirements. The program will also identify strategies to improve both architects’ and clients’ understanding of contracts to improve performance and compliance and reasonably protect both parties.

Provider | AIA Practice Management

Speaker | Charles R. Heuer, FAIA

Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon, $155

Provider | AIA Residential Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon, $155

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WE103 Business Development Today: Using Modern Tools to Get More Work!

WE104 Health and Design = Active Living and Sustainable Urbanism

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 206 3.75 LU Hours

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 207 3.75 HSW/SD/LU Hours

After a basic introduction to marketing and business development, this workshop will provide a series of mini-workshops that will explore the following topics: social media for marketing, how to read and respond to an RFP, firm branding, business development, technology and marketing, and successful interviews.

This workshop will explore the relationship between design and public health, including the prevention of chronic diseases such as obesity. The session’s moderated panel will discuss architecture and implementation strategies for creating fit cities in North America.

Speakers | Michael Ayles, AIA, NCARB; Carolyn Bligh; David Koren, Assoc. AIA., CSPM; and David Roccosalva Provider | AIA Young Architects Forum Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon, $155

Speakers | Fredric Bell, FAIA; Skye Duncan; Sarah Gluck; Robyne S. Kassen, Assoc. AIA; and Karen Lee Provider | AIA New York Chapter

as in existing projects, both in and outside California. It will offer a broad view, from the street, through the site, and to the buildings, spotlighting along the way site amenities and their accessibility. This workshop qualifies for California learning units for relicensure. Speaker | Janis Kent, AIA, CASp Provider | Janis Kent, AIA, CASp Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon, $155

WE110 Evolutionary or Revolutionary: The Role of a Traditional Sense of Place and Lessons Learned in the Recovery of Post-Katrina New Orleans Neighborhoods

Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon, $155

WE105 Stepping through Accessible Routes Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 208 3.75 HSW/LU Hours

This session will review the parameters of accessibility in new construction as well

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 221 7.50 HSW/SD/LU Hours

This workshop will focus on the design, practice, leadership, technology, and collaboration that has occurred when and where in-fill residential structures have been built in New Orleans neighborhoods, such as the Lower Ninth Ward (L9).

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Speakers and panelists will examine and discuss work completed since the 2005 storm to discover lessons learned from design and project results in the recovering residential neighborhoods. Speakers | Robert J. Berkebile, FAIA; Steven B. Bingler, AIA, REFP, NCARB; Tom Darden III; Andres M. Duany, FAIA; Patricia Gay; Lindsay Jonker; Clem Labine; Ann M. Masson; H. Thomas McGrath Jr., FAIA; Byron J. Mouton, AIA; Steve Mouzon, AIA, CNU, LEED; Daniela Rivero; and Steven Semes Providers | AIA Historic Resources Committee and AIA Residential Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m., $310

WE111 Business Management for Building Professionals

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 212 7.50 LU Hours

Using case studies and sample forms, this session will give participants a solid foundation in those best business practices so valuable to smaller businesses—planning, organizing, staffing/directing, and controlling. Speaker | Thomas A. Stephani Provider | National Association of Home Builders Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m., $310

WE112 International Green Construction Code Fundamentals for Designers Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 217 7.50 HSW/SD/LU Hours

This session will focus on the theory, intent, background, and general structure of the International Green Construction Code (IGCC), the new code developed by the International Code Council (ICC) in partnership with AIA and ASTM. The seminar also will include an overview of the code’s technical aspects, along with a course workbook and a case study to offer insight to designers as to how they might use the IGCC on their own projects. Speaker | Allan Bilka, RA Provider | International Code Council Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m., $310

WE113 AIA Disaster Assistance Program: A Comprehensive Training Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 219 7.50 HSW/LU Hours

The AIA Disaster Assistance Program provides leadership, advocacy, and training to AIA members who are interested in

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volunteering their skills in times of crisis. This workshop will teach participants to conduct rapid damage assessments of structures affected by earthquakes, wind, and water. Licensed architects who successfully complete the seminar will be accredited as building evaluators in the AIA Disaster Assistance Program, as well as in the California Safety Assessment Program. Speakers | Terrance J. Brown, FAIA; Michael D. Lingerfelt, AIA, LEED AP; and C. Stanley Peterson, FAIA Provider | The American Institute of Architects Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m., $310

WE114 Skills for High Performance Buildings Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 243 7.50 HSW/SD/LU Hours

This full-day workshop consists of five distinct portions, and covers concepts, tools, methods, and skills that professionals and stakeholders are using to create, commission, and operate high-performance buildings. Topics will include defining the mindset arena, Green BIM, Green IPD, Lean PD, and fair compensation, green modular building delivery, and a high-performance building skills wrap-up. Speakers | James R. Bedrick, AIA, LEED AP; Robert J. Dunay, FAIA; Karen M. Kensek; Peter Papesch, AIA, LEED; William G. Reed, AIA, LEED AP; Charles A. Savage, AIA; Scott Simpson, FAIA, LEED AP; and Joseph H. Wheeler, AIA Provider | Boston Society of Architects Sustainability Education Committee Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m., $310

WE115 New ADA Regulations: What are the Impacts and How to Comply Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 209 7.50 LU Hours

2010 marked the 20th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act and saw the release of new updates that amended its Title II and III regulations. This full-day workshop will provide a detailed examination of these new standards, as well as an overview of the additional facility types and sites affected, and will highlight the supplemental changes to the architectural accessibility standards, including safe harbor provisions. Speakers | David S. Collins, FAIA; Marsha Mazz; and Lawrence G. Perry, AIA Provider | AIA Government Advocacy Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m., $310

WE116 Designing for Climate Change: An Ecological Approach to Regional Sustainability Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 218 7.50 HSW/SD/LU Hours

This workshop will explore climate change scenarios and the impacts of such changes on existing regional and urban planning and design patterns, and upon regional and urban infrastructures. The session will use case studies to spotlight ecological principles applicable to regional sustainability design. Speakers | William Raymond Manning, FAIA, NOMA; Nancy Rottle, ASLA; Donald R. Watson, FAIA; and Daniel E. Williams FAIA Provider | AIA Committee on the Environment Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m., $310

WE117 BD+C 251: Understanding the Building Design + Construction LEED® Rating Systems Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 220 7.5 LU/HSW/SD Hours (7.5 GBCI CE Hours/ LEED BD+C Specific)

Gain essential knowledge of the LEED BD+C rating systems, including credit intents, key elements, main requirements, and referenced standards. The session also will cover synergies among credits and foundations of the LEED certification process, including basic documentation considerations, and will address LEED for New Construction and Major Renovations, LEED for Core and Shell, and LEED for Schools. LEED 201: Core Concepts and Strategies is recommended prior to taking this course. Provider | U.S. Green Building Council Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m., $310

WE118 O+M 251: Understanding the Building Operations + Maintenance LEED Rating System Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 210 7.5 LU/HSW/SD Hours (7.5 GBCI CE Hours/ LEED BD+C Specific)

Gain essential knowledge of the LEED for Existing Buildings Operations and Maintenance rating system, including credit intents, key elements, main requirements, and referenced standards. The overview also will cover synergies among credits, benefits, and return on investment, as well as foundations of the LEED certification process, including basic documentation considerations. LEED 201: Core Concepts


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and Strategies is recommended prior to taking this course. Provider | U.S. Green Building Council Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m., $310

WE120 Creating Meaningful Interaction in Presentation Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 245 3.75 LU Hours

This program will address a common issue surrounding architectural practice: How and what to communicate during presentations and interviews to create meaningful yet creative interaction between clients and expanded interdisciplinary project teams. Speakers | Krista A. Becker, AIA, LEED AP; and Mark W. Johnston Provider | Johnston Training Group Wednesday, 1–5 p.m., $155

WE121 Architects in Court: A Mock Trial Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 244 3.75 LU Hours

This session will present, in an abbreviated fashion, the actual workings of a trial. The facts of the case will be based on actual events—the project architect of a LEED-certified residential condominium is sued by the condominium association for alleged defects in various building systems. Through this presentation, attendees will discover how to mitigate their legal exposure and avoid lawsuits. Speakers | Douglas K. Engebretson, FAIA; Jay S. Gregory, Esq.; John F. Miller, FAIA; and Peter Steffian, FAIA Provider | Jay S. Gregory Wednesday, 1–5 p.m., $155

WE122 Regional Medical Center Design Case Study: VA and LSU Collaborate in New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 204 3.75 HSW/SD/LU Hours

This workshop focuses on a design case study of the new combined downtown medical center campus for the U.S. Veterans Administration (VA) and Louisiana State University (LSU), the largest current project in New Orleans. Participants will learn how the co-location of the two medical centers creates a synergy vital to serving the New Orleans region, how the downtown location

contributes to the revitalization of the city, and how the location and design of the center integrates sustainable design to connect a regional public health vision with regional environmental health. Includes EV106 Public Architects and Corporate Architects and Facility Management Reception.

firm identity and purpose, development processes for markets and services, development of a positioning platform, structure of a marketing system, the importance of advanced research and open innovation, and key aspects of organizational development.

Speakers | Mark Brideweser, CFM, and David D. Alpert, AIA, LEED AP

Provider | John Wiley & Sons Inc.

Providers | AIA Corporate Architects and Facilities Management Wednesday, 1–5 p.m., $155

WE123 Igniting the Design Process Within Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 206 3.75 LU Hours

This session will explore the design processes of three exceptional designers and how they think through the process of design in their practices. They will discuss the influence of regionalism in the design process and how that informs their designs. Speakers | William K. Hellmuth, AIA, LEED AP; Paul Mankins, FAIA, LEED AP; Sean M. Stadler, AIA, LEED AP; and Mehrdad Yazdani, Assoc. AIA Provider | AIA Young Architects Forum Wednesday, 1–5 p.m., $155

WE124 Reinventing Residential Architecture by Rediscovering Regional Vernacular Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 207 3.75 HSW/SD/LU Hours

This session will focus on an emerging architectural order that relearns and reapplies the historic code of the architectural genome—commodity, firmness, and delight—to good residential architecture, but then adds to this matrix two more elements—vernacular, both cultural and topographic, and regionalism, in respect to natural resources and labor— as building blocks to true idiosyncratic regional design. Speakers | David S.R. Andreozzi, AIA, CORA; Kevin L. Harris, FAIA, NCARB, CSI; and A. Russell Versaci Provider | Custom Residential Architects Network Wednesday, 1–5 p.m., $155

WE125 Firm Positioning for Competitive Advantage Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 205 3.75 LU Hours

Speaker | Jack Reigle

Wednesday, 1–5 p.m., $155

WE126 Stepping through Interior Elements Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 208 3.75 HSW/LU Hours

This session will offer an overview of different elements in the interior world one should be aware of in order to create an accessible environment once one steps through the door. The presentation will review the parameters of accessibility for different elements found in building interiors, both in and outside of California. The session will address issues related to interior accessible routes, furniture, drinking fountains, built-in cabinetry, seating for restaurants and assembly areas, and signage. This workshop qualifies for California learning units for relicensure. Speaker | Janis Kent, AIA, CASp Provider | Janis Kent, AIA, CASp Wednesday, 1–5 p.m., $155

WE127 Hands-On COMFEN Training: A Simple, Free Comparative Façade Design Tool Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 211 3.75 LU Hours

This interactive training session will teach attendees how to use the new COMFEN freeware program to compare façade systems and components with respect to their ability to control solar gain, internal heating/cooling energy, lighting energy, thermal comfort, daylight harvesting, and visual comfort. Attendees will need to bring a laptop and will work though simulation examples along with the presenter. COMFEN will be uploaded either via a wireless connection or CD-ROM. Speakers | Maurya McClintock, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP; Robin Mitchell; and Stephen Selkowitz Provider | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Wednesday, 1–5 p.m., $155

This session will explore all aspects of firm positioning, including assessment of

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CONTINUING EDUCATION THURSDAY

TH200 Building Airtightness: Building Enclosure Council Breakfast

TH202 The Lean Design Practice and Construction Firm

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 271–273 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1 GBCI)

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 220–222 1 LU Hour

This session will address the current state of building airtightness for new and existing buildings, and will identify whole building performance requirements, upcoming changes to building codes, and challenges to the design industry for improvements in airtightness both in design and in construction of buildings.

This session will outline the history of the Lean enterprise and will review case studies on numerous construction projects. The workshop will describe how to utilize such tools as A3 planning, set-based design, target cost design, Kanban, kaizen blitzes, and value stream mapping to reinvigorate your practice and to create a more competitive and exciting firm.

Speaker | Laverne Dalgleish Providers | AIA Committee on the Environment, Air Barrier Association of America, and Building Enclosure Council

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Thursday, 6:30–8 a.m.

TH201 Placemaking on Capitol Hill Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 228–230 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1 GBCI)

This presentation will address placemaking and the historic preservation and stewardship of the national treasures on Capitol Hill. How have innovative approaches to planning, design, and construction created an integrated, safer, and pedestrian-friendly 300-acre Capitol Hill jurisdiction in Washington, D.C. Speakers | Harold L. Adams, FAIA, RIBA, JIA; and AIAn M. Hantman, FAIA Providers | Harold L. Adams, FAIA, RIBA, JIA; and AIAn M. Hantman, FAIA Thursday, 7–8 a.m.

Speakers | Katherine A Blume, PE, LEED AP BD+C; Stan Chiu, AIA, LEED AP; and Cliff S. Moser, AIA, MSQA, LEED AP Providers | AIA Project Delivery Community, AIA Practice Management, AIA Small Project Practitioners, AIA Technology in Architectural Practice, and AIA Young Architects Forum Thursday, 7–8 a.m.

TH203 The Supervisor Revolution Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 211–213 1 LU Hour

This session will explore the unique and vital bond between intern and supervisor. Learn how to be a good coach, and how to help interns progress efficiently through IDP, ARE, and licensure. Learn about program changes, supervisor responsibilities, and how to successfully fulfill the expectations of a supervisor. There will be an interactive Q&A session immediately following the presentation. Speakers | Lindsey D. Allen, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP; Harry M. Falconer Jr., AIA, NCARB; and Steve Templet, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP Provider | National Council of Architectural Registration Boards

Speakers | Caroline Lobo, PhD, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP; and Paul D. Winslow, FAIA Provider | Orcutt | Winslow Thursday, 7–8 a.m.

TH205 The Federal Presence: 2010 GSA Design Awards Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 209–210 1 LU Hour

This session will provide an overview of contemporary federal architecture and will address issues and questions concerning how to get federal work and where the U.S. General Services Administration’s (GSA) standards are relative to performance on design, engineering, construction, and the arts. Speaker | Les Shepherd, AIA Provider | U.S. General Services Administration Thursday, 7–8 a.m.

THURSDAY KEYNOTE GS001 Mega-regions: The World of the Future Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Hall E 1 LU Hour

As mega-regions, networks of cities with shared economies, ecosystems, and transportation systems, continue to expand, the world is becoming an increasingly “flat” place—that is, a place in which American workers are increasingly competing with workers in countries with emerging markets. Speaker | Thomas Friedman

Thursday, 7–8 a.m.

Provider | The American Institute of Architects

TH204 Reinvesting and Designing in Schools that Learn

Thursday, 8:15–10 a.m.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 217–219 1 LU Hour

This seminar explores how a holistic approach to designing can produce 21st-century schools that not only have a learning orientation but that also create a sense of place for students with different learning styles and developmental needs. The session will showcase examples of projects that were conceived, planned, designed, and built to cater to students’

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varied learning styles and teachers’ various instruction techniques.

TH238 How Small Firms Can Establish An Online Presence Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 335–336 1 LU Hour

The AIA Small Firm Round Table will present a forum for those interested in learning about this group’s activities. The presentation will feature a discussion of topics relevant to architects who work in small firms. Thursday, 2–3 p.m.


For complete convention information, visit www.aia.org/convention

TH220 The Construction Outlook: Implications for Architecture Firms Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 353-354 1.5 LU Hours

This presentation will update the 2011 forecast for U.S. construction activity, as reflected in the McGraw-Hill construction start statistics. The presentation will provide insight into the specific project types that are likely to see more or less construction, which, in turn, will impact the demand for architectural services going forward. Speakers | Kermit Baker, PhD, Hon. AIA; and Robert A. Murray Provider | McGraw-Hill Construction

TH223 Outcome-Based Commercial Building Energy Standards: Facilitating Broad Acceptance of Regional Design? Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 252–254 1.5 LU Hours

This program will cover how the move toward outcome-based criteria is likely to affect the design and construction of buildings. It will highlight a variety of examples of regionally based design excellence among outcome-based projects as a means to address unique regional challenges and climate responsiveness, and to create business opportunities for architects.

TH225 Using Public-Private Partnerships to Encourage Urban Infill Development Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 203–205 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GBCI)

Public-Private Partnerships (P3) have a proven track record of leveraging private sector investment and development to revitalize urban areas. This seminar, featuring leading experts in applying P3 to in-fill development, will illustrate innovative methods for funding projects and catalyzing new urban development. Speakers | Mitchell S. Conner, AIA; Steven Meyers, Esq.; Elizabeth Seifel, AICP; and Michael B. Strogoff, FAIA Provider | AIA Practice Management

Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Speakers | David R. Conover; Jessyca L. Henderson, AIA; and David C. Hewitt

TH221 True Sustainability: Cutting-Edge Regional Design and Placemaking

Providers | The American Institute of Architects, New Buildings Institute, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and U.S. Department of Energy Building Energy Code Program

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 220–222 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GBCI)

Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 333–334

TH224 Award Winning BIM: Seven Years of AIA TAP BIM Awards

1.5 LU Hours Are intuitive design and academic research approaches incompatible when developing regionally sensitive planning and design solutions? This session will spotlight recent projects that demonstrate that, through a rigorous process of using objetive research to inform somewhat more subjective decisions, these divergent approaches are not only compatible, but they can promote superior outcomes.

This session will present benchmark data gleaned from examples of the world’s best ecologically based regional design/urban developments. The discussion also will include two ecologically based regional/city restorative projects: the Clinton Climate Initiative in 12 cities around the world, and New Orleans’ post-Katrina experiences related to sustainable housing and community scale development, along with successful coordinated efforts by public authorities and private enterprise. Speakers | Robert J. Berkebile, FAIA; James L. Binkley, FAIA; and Prisca T. Weems, LEED AP Provider | AIA Committee on the Environment Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

TH222 Global Practice Session: International Committee Annual Update

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 209–210 1.5 LU Hours

This moderated panel discussion by members of the AIA Technology in Architecture Practice (TAP) advisory group will explore the progress of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and what the future holds by looking back at what can be learned from the winners of the past six years of AIA TAP BIM Awards. Speakers | Stephen R. Hagan, FAIA; Calvin Kam, PhD, AIA, PE, LEED AP; and Tony Rinella, Assoc. AIA

Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

TH226 Innovation and Evidence: Incompatible in Regional Solutions?

Speakers | Peter L. Bardwell, FAIA, FACHA; and A. Ray Pentecost III, PhD, ACHA, LEED AP Provider | AIA Academy of Architecture for Health Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Provider | AIA Technology in Architectural Practice Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 211–213 1.5 LU Hours

This presentation will focus on issues of license and reciprocity, trade regulations and trade agreements, and ways to establish stronger support of AIA members in international locations. The second half of the 90-minute session is a facilitated town-hall style Q&A session with international AIA chapter presidents. Speakers | Helen D. Hatch, FAIA; Rick A. Lincicome, AIA; and Thomas V. Vonier, FAIA, RIBA Provider | AIA International Committee Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

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TH227 California’s Smart Growth Bill in Action: San Francisco Bay Area’s Regional Response to SB375

TH229 Interior Excellence: Learning from the 2011 AIA Interior Architecture Honor Awards

TH230 Design Salon: Next Generation Green— Sustainable Communities and Infrastructure

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 255–257 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GCBI)

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 265–266 1.5 LU Hours

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 260–262 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GCBI)

Using the California Smart Growth Bill SB375 as a case study, this panel-discussion-format seminar with a generous question and answer period for audience dialogue will expand attendees’ thinking about what can be done today to reverse sprawl, to develop more livable cities, to combat climate change, and to improve communities throughout the world. Speakers | David D. Alpert, AIA, LEED AP; Ezra Rapport; and Michael Woo, Hon. AIA/LA

This session not only will illustrate the best examples of award submittal communication, but also will identify the top national emerging trends, such as green innovation and the ever-increasing volume of projects based on adaptive reuse of existing structures. The presentation will point out the benefits of developing or fortifying an interior architecture sector within practices due to economic factors.

This session will address how architects, collaborating with engineers, can design a sustainable next generation of public utility infrastructure. The presentation will demonstrate how gracefully integrating public works components, such as rail transit, bus rapid transit, bike lanes, sidewalks, plazas, and gardens into developments and neighborhoods can reduce driving, congestion, and pollution.

Providers | AIA Corporate Architects and Facilities Management

Speakers | Brian M. Malarkey, FAIA; and Susan S. Szenasy

Speakers | Hillary A. Brown, FAIA, LEED AP; and James S. Russell, FAIA

Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Provider | AIA Interior Architecture

Provider | Bloomberg LP

Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

TH228 Ethics of Sustainability Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 338–339 1.5 HSW/LU Hours

This session will review the history of the evolving Code of Ethics, with an eye toward future trends in international practice. The presentation will review codes of other professions regarding sustainability, and standards being considered by other architectural bodies, such as the International Union of Architects, and will consider what benefits or pitfalls might result from adopting standards comparable to such other bodies. Speakers | Victoria Beach, AIA; and Michael L. Prifti, FAIA Provider | AIA National Ethics Council Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

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TH231 Achieving Design Excellence in Affordable Housing: Regional Community Development Patterns Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 356–357 1.5 HSW/LU Hours

Historically, many affordable housing and public facilities projects have been poorly designed, wasteful of natural resources, and ill-adapted to residents’ needs. Recently, a growing cadre of architects, developers, and funders have begun to reverse these trends by insisting on design excellence, sustainability, and communityengaged design practices. This session will spotlight examples of design excellence in affordable housing and community


For complete convention information, visit www.aia.org/convention

Speakers | Mike Alvidrez; Angela C. Brooks, AIA; and Katie Swenson

TH234 Design Salon: The Federal Partnership for Sustainable Communities—How Investments in Regional Development Affect Architects

Provider | Regional Community Development Patterns

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 225–227 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours

development with regional case studies from the 2010 Affordable Housing Design Leadership Institute.

Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

TH232 Architects and Beyond: Diverse Career Opportunities Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 206–207 1.5 LU Hours

This session will feature a panel discussion by design professionals who have pursued careers beyond architecture. The discussion will focus on the how and the why of those pursuits, followed by an overview of career designing—applying the architectural design process to that of career development. A Q&A period and a series of interactive exercises will help participants to develop personal action plans. Speakers | Nathan, Benjamin; Wayne A. Mortensen, Assoc. AIA, NASW; Casius Pealer, Esq., LEED AP; Derek J. Roberts, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP; Margaret R. Tarampi, Assoc. AIA; and Lee W. Waldrep, PhD Provider | AIA National Associates Committee Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

TH233 What is the International Green Construction Code? Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 217–219 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GCBI)

This session will focus on the theory, intent, background, and general structure of the International Green Construction Code (IGCC), the new code developed by the International Code Council (ICC) in partnership with AIA and ASTM. The presentation also will include an overview of the code’s technical aspects. Speaker | Allan Bilka, RA Provider | International Code Council Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Learn about the latest sustainability initiatives from the Administration’s Partnership for Sustainable Communities. Representatives from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, U.S. Department of Transportation, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency discuss how their goals will affect architects and reshape America’s communities. Speaker | John Freece

TH236 Growing Energy/Water: Using the Grid to Get Off the Grid—2009 Latrobe Prize Presentation Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 228–230 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1 GCBI)

This presentation by the 2009 Latrobe Prize team spotlights a metrically based predictive calculator designed to give policy-makers and decision-makers the information they need to change the ways urban designers conceptualize and construct the public-way urban grid, in order, ultimately, to reduce our reliance on non-renewable, non-local energy, to sustain water resources, and to contribute to our overall health, financial sustainability, and quality of life in cities.

Provider | The American Institute of Architects Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Speakers | Sarah Dunn and Martin S. Felsen, AIA Provider | AIA College of Fellows

TH237 Designing for All: Social Sustainability and Universal Design Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 243–245 1.5 LU Hours

This program introduces the tenets of Universal Design and explores the significant and growing overlap between Universal Design principles and the values inherent to the concepts of environmental and social sustainability. Case studies and examples of successful Universal Design strategies representing a variety of scales and settings will be presented. Speakers | Gunnar Ives Bladwin; William Leddy, FAIA; and Josh Sadfie, Assoc. AIA Provider | TOTO USA Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Thursday, 2:15–3:15 p.m.

TH240 Architects Discuss Region-Based Urban Design Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 203–205 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GCBI)

Regional architecture conserves and celebrates the landscape and culture of place. Regional urban architecture engages local culture, climate, building patterns, and materials. This session’s panel will present case studies that demonstrate real applications of the principles of modern, innovative, regional urban design, and that spotlight successful new design methods for building with traditional and nontraditional materials that strengthen urban ecosystems.

TH235 Regional Identity: Historic Community African-American Churches

Speakers | Coleman Coker; David R. Dowell, AIA; Steve L. Dumez, FAIA; and Frank Harmon, FAIA

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 208 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1 GCBI)

Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Provider | AIA North Carolina

This session will present a social-economic history of the different denominations of African-American churches, followed by illustrations and discussion of the architecture and typologies of the structures, from the perspective of two historic preservation architects. The presentation will include analysis of preservation challenges and case studies. Speakers | Ruth Connell, AIA; and Dale G. Green, LEED AP Providers | AIA Historic Resources Committee and Morgan State University Thursday, 2:15–3:15 p.m.

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TH242 From New Orleans to Detroit: Reinventing in the Wake of Disaster Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 243–245 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GCBI)

This session’s panel will provide deeper insight into the steps that two major cities have taken, in the wakes of their own particular identity-shaking events, to rethink urbanism in their corners of the country, while also challenging one another on where the envelope might be pushed even further. Speakers | R. Allen Eskew, FAIA; Toni L. Griffin; and William R. Morrish Provider | Cranbrook Academy of Art

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Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

TH243 Designing for Regional Growth: The First Office of the Future Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 260–262 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GCBI)

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 211–213 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours

This session brings together four leaders in landscape architecture, urban design, and ecological planning who are creating the first nationally certified sustainable landscapes as part of the Sustainable Sites Initiative (SITES) Pilot Program. Panelists will discuss how their projects are achieving significant economic, social, and environmental benefits using the SITES rating system. Topics will include sequestering carbon, cleaning the air and water, increasing energy efficiency, and restoring habitats. Speakers | Stephen M. Benz, PE, LEED AP BD+C; and Debra Guenther Provider | American Society of Landscape Architects Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

This session will present the Office of the Future Consortium’s vision as a roadmap for sustainable development. Participants will be introduced to revolutionary design strategies and systems embodied in Glumac’s offices in Irvine, California—the first completed Office of the Future project. Project collaborators will outline their integrated approach, which focused on transportation, water conservation, waste management, and energy challenges. Speakers | Brian Berg, David C. Hewitt, and David Pfund Providers | The Lighting Quotient, Glumac and New Buildings Institute Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

TH244 Coastal Resilience: Design Considerations at All Scales Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 255–257 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GCBI)

This session will examine emerging regional planning and design responses to the challenge of how to protect and manage growing communities in dangerous coastal areas. A panel discussion will address resiliency strategies, as well as remediation and recovery strategies. Speakers | Thomas M. Colbert, AIA; Rives T. Taylor, FAIA; and Joe D. Webb, AIA Providers | Thomas M. Colbert, AIA; Rives T. Taylor, FAIA; and Joe D. Webb, AIA Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

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TH245 Applying the SITES Rating System: Lessons from the First Pilot Projects

TH246 Elevating the Architectural Practice to Meet the Opportunities of Technology and Sustainability Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 353–354 1.5 LU Hours

In this era of evolution, practice success and the standard of care for architects is best promoted, elevated, and defended by focused and strategic process management. In essence, why design professionals did something will become as or more important than what they actually did. This session will present a model for architectural process management built upon process programming, strategic contracting, active and ongoing adaptation, and purpose-driven documentation (PCAD). Materials will include a processbased practice guide, procedural templates and checklists, and contractual solutions. Speaker | David A. Ericksen Provider | AIA Trust and Severson & Werson Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

TH247 The AIA 2030 Commitment: Measuring Industry Progress Toward 2030 Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 356–357 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GBCI)

The AIA 2030 Commitment is a growing national initiative that asks entities working

in the built environment to make a pledge, to develop multi-year action plans, and to implement steps that can advance AIA’s goal of carbon neutral buildings by the year 2030. A moderated panel will presenting reasons for joining the 2030 Commitment, successful sustainable design and business strategies, and will spotlight tools being developed by the AIA to assist firms of all sizes and expertise levels in meeting the challenge. Speakers | Rand K. Ekman, AIA, LEED AP BD+C; and William J. Worthen, AIA, LEED AP Provider | AIA Chicago, AIA Committee on the Enviroment, and American Insitute of Architects Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

TH249 Winning the Project: Public Architects Discuss How to Get That Elusive First Public Contract Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 217–219 1.5 LU Hours

This session will explore how small and emerging architectural firms can break into the lucrative world of public sector design projects. Panelists from the the AIA Public Architects Knowledge Community advisory group will discuss the processes their agencies use to acquire professional design services, opportunities for getting a foot in the door with small projects, and tips for how to get noticed. Speaker | Lane J. Beougher, AIA, LEED AP BD+C Provider | AIA Public Architects Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

TH250 Doctors, Lawyers, and Architects— Who Are Most Ethical? Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 252–254 1.5 LU Hours

This session will review the history of the evolving Code of Ethics, with an eye toward future trend lines of practice guidance. Panelists will present the broad aspects of several non-architect professional Codes of Ethics for consideration by the audience and then will consider what benefits or pitfalls might result from the adoption of new, additional standards, comparable to these other professions. Speaker | Victoria Beach, AIA; and Michael L. Prifti, FAIA Provider | AIA National Ethics Council Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.


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Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 209–210 1.5 HSW/LU Hours

Contracts are much more than words on paper; they provide a framework to help guide effective client communication, negotiations, and project management. Through a review and analysis of AIA Document B101–2007, the AIA’s owner-architect agreement, relevant portions of A201–2007, and other documents, attendees can discover vital information one needs to know before beginning any project design. Speakers | Michael B. Bomba, Esq.; and Forrest R. Lott, FAIA, LEED AP Provider | AIA Contract Documents Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

TH252 The Master Plan for New Orleans: Livability, Opportunity, and Sustainability in the 21st-Century Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 220–222 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GBCI)

This session spotlights New Orleans’ 21st-century master plan and examines its three areas of focus: using 21st-century urban design and innovation to enhance livability, diversifying the city’s economy, and making New Orleans a national model for smart growth.

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Speakers | David D. Dixon, FAIA; and W. Raymond Manning, AIA, NOMA, LEED AP BD+C Provider | Goody Clancy Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

TH253 Rebirth of Tremé Lafitte Neighborhood Housing in New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 225–227 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GBCI)

Using the lessons learned during the reconstuction of the Tremé Lafitte neighborhood in New Orleans, this seminar will address its challenges and successes in terms of the design of regional dwellings, building in sustainability to climate, how to work with multiple funding agencies, and how to develop an approach for networking national expertise into efficient design teams.

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Provider | Michael Willis, FAIA, NOMA

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Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

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TH254 Truths and Truisms for the Next Twenty Years

TH257 Architects: A Resource Before and After a Disaster

TH262 The Virtual Big Room: Be Here Now with Immersive Reality

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 228–230 1.5 LU Hours

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 338–339 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1 GBCI)

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 209–210 1 LU Hour

The next two decades will see significant changes in virtually all aspects of architecture practice. The future, for most people, is cloudy in terms of such things as clients’ evolving expectations; the changing face of competition; issues and opportunities related to identifying, recruiting, developing; and retaining talent, and technology. This session will identify keys to achieving and sustaining a thriving practice in light of the anticipated changes.

This program will provide an overview of the post-disaster building safety assessment process and will feature vivid examples from Katrina and other natural disasters. It will also outline the process through which architects can get involved in disaster recovery; and will highlight innovations and strategies in design which help buildings survive and thus keep inhabitants safer.

Speaker | Hugh M. Hochberg, Assoc. AIA

This session will introduce easy-to-use software for creating a virtual big room (VBR)—the single most workable way to virtually co-locate your expert teams, from anywhere on the planet. VBR can become a single source virtual repository for all project records and references, including BIM hosting and concurrent modeling, as well as for team and project meetings. Additionally, the VBR includes file posting, sharing and archiving, and project securing resources for the life of the project.

Provider | AIA Small Project Practitioners

Provider | The Coxe Group Inc.

Speaker | Michael D. Lingerfelt, AIA, LEED AP

Thursday, 4:15–5:15 p.m.

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Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

TH255 Sustainability and Livability on a Regional Scale Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 206–207 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1 GBCI)

The San Francisco Bay Area region has been a leader in environmental and sustainable principles since World War II. In recent decades, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, the Bay Conservation and Development Commission, and a variety of public and institutional groups have worked continuously to hammer out priorities on regional growth policy. This presentation will look at lessons learned from efforts to shape growth in the Bay region. Speakers | Jeffrey Heller, FAIA; Steve Heminger; Ezra Rapport; and Will Travis Provider | Jeffrey Heller, FAIA Thursday, 4:15–5:15 p.m.

TH256 Universal Design/Diversity Intersect: Marketplace, Community, Client Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 208 1 LU Hour

This seminar will explore the impact of Universal Design on urbanization. It is presented by the HBCU Bridging the Gap Universal Design Work Group, which is funded by the NEA.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 203–205 1 LU Hour

This workshop will examine the evolution of the criteria for publication in architectural journals over the last three decades, away from inclusiveness of a wide variety of approaches and methods, and focusing instead on cutting-edge design.

Providers | AIA Practice Management, AIA Technology in Architectural Practice, AIA Small Project Practitioners, AIA Young Architects Forum, and AIA Project Delivery Thursday, 6–7 p.m.

TH263 Cities of the Dead: New Orleans’ Cemeteries, Their History, Their Conservation, and the Technology That Sustains Them Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 217–219 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1 GBCI)

Speaker | Duo Dickinson, AIA Provider | Duo Dickinson, AIA Thursday, 6–7 p.m.

TH261 Daylighting: It’s the Law Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 220–222 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1 GBCI)

This seminar will focus on the challenge of writing new passive design codes with both quantitative and qualitative metrics. It will address how prescriptive and performancebased codes that are intended to promote energy efficiency and a quality luminous environment must not stifle creativity or produce negative effects. Other standards and programs such as LEED, Title 24, and ASHRAE 189.1 will be reviewed to compare techniques for evaluating daylighting. Speakers | Jack Bailey and Keith Yancey, AIA, IALD, LC, PE

Speaker | Sherry Snipes

Provider | Lam Partners

Provider | AIA Diversity Council

Thursday, 6–7 p.m.

Thursday, 4:15–5:15 p.m.

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TH260 Through the Lens of the Press: Open Journalism vs. Fashion Focus

Speakers | Chris France, and Cliff S. Moser, AIA, MSQA, LEED AP

Explore the streets and blocks of this city within a city. Experience the sublime beauty of an architecture of permanence pitted against the dramatic and destructive elements of nature. A couple of centuries of burial and architectural celebration of burial evocatively express the cycle of life and death. Examine the way the people of New Orleans sustained an urban burial place above and below ground in a finite footprint and on an unstable water table. Unravel layers of history, archaeology, and fascinating material conservation and technology. Speaker | Leonard S. Kady, AIA Provider | AIA Small Project Practioners Thursday, 6–7 p.m.


For complete convention information, visit www.aia.org/convention

FRIDAY FR300 Operating an Architect-Led Residential Design-Build Practice

discuss the true impact of design decisions on ecology, public health, and civic life. Speaker | Stacey L. McMahan, AIA, LEED AP Provider | Architecture for Humanity Friday, 7–8 a.m.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 211–213 1 LU Hour

FR303 The Architect’s Leadership Challenge

Through lecture, dialogue, and interactive exercises, this session will address: Design to Cost, Preparing Project-specific Specifications, Architect-led Construction Management, and Liability, Profitability, and Contractual Considerations. Entrepreneurial-driven practitioners especially will benefit from this how to guide on organizing an architect-led design-build firm.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 209–210 1 LU Hour

Speakers | Luis X. Jauregui, AIA; and James A. Walbridge, AIA

The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a powerful tool that helps leaders to better understand their strengths and weaknesses in leadership situations. Based on Myers Briggs data from over 125 architects, this session will look at architects’ particular strengths and weaknesses as leaders, and will address ways to lead more effectively.

Provider | Custom Residential Architects’ Network

Speaker | Robert Gaarder

Friday, 7–8 a.m.

Friday, 7–8 a.m.

FR301 Integrated Modeling: Evolving a Single Model from Design to Operations

FR304 The ADA and Urban Regeneration

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 203–205 1 LU Hour

This session will demonstrate a process that uses the same model from design through construction to operation. The presentation will feature models from early design through project handover, will suggest standards that can be set at the outset that enable the team to use the same model for both design and construction purposes, and will address the process of target value design, where the team designs to a budget rather than estimating a design. Speaker | James R. Bedrick, AIA, LEED AP Provider | AIA California Council IPD Steering Committee Friday, 7–8 a.m.

FR302 Beyond Disaster Mitigation: An AIA Architect in Haiti Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 217–219 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1 GBCI)

This program will investigate and review the work of an AIA/USGBC/AFH Design Fellow involved in the Haiti reconstruction effort and will focus specifically on the role of regional ecologies on architectural practice. Haiti provides an opportunity to

Provider | Leadership Resources

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 220–222 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour

This presentation will explain the anticipated changes to ADA Accessibility Guidelines and how they will affect our designs in the future. It will focus on the reasons behind the changes and what impact those changes will have on existing buildings and on new construction. Speaker | Marcela Abadi Rhoads, AIA, RAS, CDT

FR320 Wellness Centers: Placemaking in Senior Living Communities Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 260–262 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours

This program will examine, through case studies, the benefits of providing a stateof-the-art wellness center in a senior community model, how an appropriately designed wellness center can provide the catalyst for community engagement, and how such an endeavor can be an additional source of income for the community. Speakers | Jeffrey Anderzhon, FAIA; Sonia Johansen; and Joyce K. Polhamus, AIA Provider | AIA Design for Aging Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

FR321 AIA Twenty-five Year Award Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 255–257 1.5 LU Hours

The buildings chosen to receive the AIA Twenty-five Year Award distinguish themselves by their ability to stand the test of time. Each of the projects that receive this award must demonstrate excellence in function, in the distinguished execution of its original program, and in the creative aspects of its statement by today’s standards. Speaker | Steven K. Alspaugh, AIA, LEED AP; and Henry N. Cobb, FAIA Provider | AIA Committee on Design Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Provider | Marcela Abadi Rhoads, AIA, RAS, CDT Friday, 7–8 a.m.

FRIDAY KEYNOTE GS002 Welcome to the Urban Revolution: How Cities Are Changing the World Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Hall E 1 LU Hour

Get a microscopic perspective on our world’s cities and an explanation on how political uprisings have helped shape them, and learn the way in which better city building and urban development will enable us to solve current and future problems. More on page 9. Speaker | Jeb Brugmann Provider | The American Institute of Architects Friday, 8:15–10 a.m.

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FR322 Sustainable Justice: An Evolving System Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 352 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GBCI)

This session spotlights the AIA Academy of Architecture for Justice’s white paper, “Sustainable Justice 2030: Green Guide to Justice,” which outlines and promotes a holistic approach to the justice system that integrates all elements: police, courts, and corrections. The initiative applies the notions of triple-bottom-line sustainability to community, building, and individual efforts, and treats the justice system as a critical infrastructure element.

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Speakers | Frank J. Greene, FAIA; Susan K. Oldroyd, FAIA; Kent W. Peterson, PE, LEED AP, ASHRAE; Beverly Prior, FAIA, NCARB, LEED AP; and Kenneth Ricci, FAIA Provider | AIA Academy of Architecture for Justice

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 356–357 1.5 HSW/LU Hours

Focusing on AIA Design Assistance Team (DAT) projects of varying scales, this session is designed to provide participants with the tools and practices necessary to enable their communities to reach identifiable sustainability goals. Through a discussion of selected case studies with a particular focus on DAT disaster recovery projects in Louisiana following Hurricane Katrina, attendees will gain an in-depth look at how design processes have aided communities and regions and will obtain a working knowledge of how to stage similar processes within their own communities.

FR326 Integrated Design to Fabrication for Urban Housing Solutions Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 203–205 1.5 LU Hours

In this presentation, experts in project delivery, technology implementation, and digital fabrication will use project examples from practice and research to explore the intersection of these strategies by proposing approaches for model-based design and construction for housing and by exploring models potentially relevant to urban renewal. Speakers | Phillip G. Bernstein, FAIA, LEED AP, RIBA; David C. Hovey Jr., AIA; and Calvin Kam, PhD, AIA, PE, LEED AP Provider | Autodesk

Speakers | Joel Mills; J. Todd Scott, AIA; and Erin Simmons

Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Provider | AIA Center for Communities by Design Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

FR323 Design Salon: Leading a Green Schools Movement—From Design to Policy

FR327 Design Salon: Making It Right— Architects in Community

FR325 The CAE Design Awards

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 209–210 1.5 LU Hours

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 217–219 1.5 LU Hours

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 265–266 1.5 LU Hours

This roundtable discussion will center on ways to create schools that are healthier, more conducive to learning, and more sustainable. The session will feature the Local Leaders in Sustainability “Special Report from Sundance,” developed by the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI), and Redford Center, which provides an enduring blueprint for action on green schools that can move us toward the goal of green schools for all children.

The CAE Design Awards program identifies, honors, and, most importantly, shares ideas that exhibit innovation and excellence of the client’s educational program through responsive and responsible programming, planning, and design of learning environments. This presentation will not necessarily showcase entire projects, but rather select elements from projects that highlight the best aspects of design.

Using the Make It Right project from New Orleans’ storm-ravaged Lower Ninth Ward as a model and a springboard for discussion, this seminar will focus on how architects engage primary stakeholders and others in the design process.

Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Speakers | Jason Hartke; Paul Hutton, AIA, LEED AP, CEFPI; and Brooks Rainwater Provider | The American Institute of Architects Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

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FR324 Designing Sustainable Communities

Speaker | Peter C. Lippman, Assoc. AIA, REFP Provider | AIA Committee on Architecture for Education

Speakers | Tom Darden III; Katherine A. Grove, AIA, LEED AP; and Alejandra Lillo, Assoc. AIA Provider | Make It Right Foundation Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

FR328 Regenerative Healthcare Design Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 220–222 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GBCI)

Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Regenerative design encourages adaptation to local environmental conditions. It includes issues of community well-being, organizational culture, environmental quality, disaster


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preparedness/recovery, and economics. This session will introduce principles of regenerative design in the context of healthcare clients’ organizational goals and will show how those principles were used to evaluate design decisions. Speakers | Matthew Herman; Michael S. McPhail, AIA, LEED AP BD+C; and Deborah J. Rivers, AIA, LEED AP BD + C

design and construction present new risks and pitfalls for the uninitiated. This session will address how, with careful consideration and a clear goal for the project, you can reduce or better allocate the contractual risks associated with sustainable design and construction. Speakers | Joshua Ballance, Esq.; and Cara Shimkus Hall, FAIA

Provider | Matthew Herman, Buro Happold

Provider | AIA Contract Documents

Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

FR329 2011 COTE Top 10 Eco-Buildings and Community Developments

FR331 The Challenge Is Now a Commitment: AIA Chicago Tracks for 2030

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 206–207 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GBCI)

The AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Top 10 Award is the profession’s best-known recognition for sustainable design excellence. A moderated panel of 2011 competition winners will present the design and sustainability goals that drove their projects, stellar performance features of their respective projects, and lessons learned. Jurists will comment on the advance of sustainability by this year’s winners, and on how the projects are responsive to regional challenges and opportunities.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 267–268 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GBCI)

To instill the 2030 Challenge goals deeper into our practice, the AIA has developed the 2030 Commitment, a primary component of which is annual reporting to the AIA. In this session, members of the AIA Chicago Chapter 2030 Commitment Working Group will report on recent studies that frame the means and the predicted costs to achieve the goals of the commitment, will highlight different methodologies local firms have followed to collect the data, and will share the Chicago Chapter’s reporting performance.

Speakers | Filo Castore, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP; and Alexis Karolides, AIA, LEED AP

Speakers | Rand K. Ekman, AIA, LEED AP BD+C; Steve Kismohr, AIA, LEED AP BD+C; and Vuk Vujovic, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Provider | AIA Committee on the Environment

Provider | AIA Chicago

Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

FR330 Managing the Contractual Risks and Challenges Inherent in Sustainable Design and Construction

FR332 Green Building Codes, Standards and Rating Systems—A Comparison

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 252–254 1.5 LU Hours

As with anything that requires the use of new and possibly untested methods, new standards, practices, products, and collaborations associated with sustainable

FR333 Are Museums Still Sustainable and Relevant In the iPod® Era? Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 353–354 1.5 LU Hours (1.5 GBCI)

In the age of the digital download, how can museums remain relevant for patrons who, with the click of a mouse, regularly experience art, music, and theater in real time? This session will feature a discussion among museum and architectural professionals to clarify the architect’s role in the development of a museum’s public image, social agenda, and economic vitality, in the era of new and ever-changing technologies. Speakers | Aisha S. Densmore-Bey, Assoc. AIA; Philip G. Freelon, FAIA; Peter G. Kuttner, FAIA; and Greg Lambousy Provider | Aisha Densmore-Bey, Assoc. AIA Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

FR334 IDP Outstanding Firm Awards Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 333–334 1.5 LU Hours

Learn how your firm can become an IDP Outstanding Firm by supporting employees on the path to licensure. New and experienced firm employees alike will learn about the benefits of this distinction. Recent recipients of the award will share best practices, and AIA staff will describe the history of the awards program and the changes implemented in 2011. Speaker | Kevin A. Fitzgerald, AIA, PMP Provider | AIA Emerging Professionals Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 343–344 1.5 LU Hours

This session will address what architects really need to know about green codes, standards, and rating systems, and will start the dialog about ways in which your practice and staff need to think differently, practice differently, and design differently when green building codes come to the permit office near you. Speakers | Chris Green, AIA, LEED AP; and Kent W. Peterson, PE, LEED AP, Fellow ASHRAE Providers | The American Institute of Architects, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers, International Code Council, and U.S. Green Building Council Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

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FR335 SMART Ideas Community Charrette and Urban Design Competition

energy efficiency impacts of enclosure systems.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 208 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GBCI)

Providers | AIA Committee on the Environment and Building Enclosure Technology and Environment Council

Speakers | Joffrey Easley, PE; and Kevin L. Harris, FAIA, NCARB, CSI

Friday, 2:15–3:15 p.m.

Provider | AIA Small Project Practitioners

The AIA Redwood Empire partnered with the Leadership Institute for Ecology and the Economy to sponsor the SMART Ideas Community Charrette and Urban Design Competition for Northwest Santa Rosa. By acting together, this partnership leveraged their independence within the community to bring stakeholders, agencies, planners, and politicians together in order to create effective urban design solutions. This session will showcase that process and share its successes and its challenges. Speakers | Julia Donoho, Esq., AIA, LEED AP; Ellen Dunham-Jones, AIA; and Lois Fisher, CNU, LEED AP

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Provider | AIA Redwood Empire Chapter Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

FR336 Trust But Verify: Your Design Looks Great, But Does It Perform? Using Facility Performance Evaluation to Ensure Your Project Delivers on Its Promises

FR340 Restoring Urban Infrastructure: Project Legacy in New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 209–210 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours

This session brings together a design team member, a consulting engineer, and a technology leader to examine the challenges of replacing the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System Replacement Medical Center in New Orleans. Topics include integrating new construction with a historic building renovation, meeting advanced sustainability standards, and satisfying the VA’s healthcare, education, research, and emergency preparedness guidelines. Speakers | Michael Benjamin, ASRAE HFDP, LEED AP; Phillip G. Bernstein, FAIA, LEED AP, RIBA; and R. Douglas Parris, AIA Provider | NBBJ

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 338–339 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1.5 GBCI)

This session will provide information on the use of Facility Performance Evaluation (FPE) as a tool for determining building performance, including, but not limited to, the effectiveness of sustainable design and energy efficiency strategies in public facilities. It can also be used to evaluate existing facilities under consideration for renovation or replacement, or to track changes in those facilities over time. Speakers | Lane J. Beougher, AIA, LEED AP BD+C; and Patricia Chaput, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP Provider | AIA Public Architects Friday, 2:15–3:15 p.m.

FR337 Building Enclosures of the Future: Meeting Energy Conservation Requirements Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 211–213 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1 GBCI)

This session will explore available technologies designed to achieve the highest energy efficiency, will explain where the bottlenecks are, and will explore dynamic façade technologies that are an important consideration in building design. The seminar also will address regional

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Speaker | Wagdy Anis, FAIA

Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

it, will examine current engineering wisdom to withstand future ravages, and will review prototypes that resonate with the needs of an endangered culture’s here and now.

Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

FR343 Regional Modernism: Beauty and Performance Inherent in Louisiana’s Vernacular and Contemporary Architecture of the South Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 260–262 1.5 LU Hours

This seminar will discuss and show examples of the southern vernacular and Creole styles, along with designs by outstanding architects from the South who have produced extraordinary modern architecture that is inspired by the principles of the vernacular tradition. The session will examine the relationship between the southern and Creole styles and will explore how relevant early modernism in the South and Louisiana is today. Speakers | Scott Bernhard, AIA; and Lawrence Scarpa, FAIA Provider | Brooks + Scarpa

FR341 AIA Institute Honor Awards

Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 203–205 1.5 LU Hours

FR344 Quantifying the Value of Building Reuse

The 2011 Institute Honor Awards embody and represent design excellence, a core value of the AIA and its members. The selection process will be demystified and actual winners presented and discussed. The session will illuminate the winners’ design achievements, their presentation strategies, and the jury’s evaluation and deliberation of those achievements. Speakers | Thomas S. Howorth, FAIA; David E. Miller, FAIA; and Louis R. Pounders, FAIA Provider | AIA Committee on Design

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 220–222 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours

In this session, a moderated panel will present the results of a study exploring the comparative environmental impact of adaptive reuse versus building demolition and new construction. The study will inform building owners’, architects’, and others’ understanding of when to incorporate existing buildings into urban redevelopment and of the impact of the built environment on the larger ecosystem.

Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

FR342 Rebuilding the Gulf Coast Vernacular for High Winds, Water, and Hurricanes Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 217–219 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours

This seminar will explore the connection between elements of a vernacular architecture and the culture that produced

Speakers | Patrice Frey; Elizabeth J. Heider, AIA, LEED AP BD+C; Jason F. McLennan, Assoc. AIA, Hon. FIGP, LEED AP; and Amanda M. Pike Provider | National Trust for Historic Preservation Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.


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FR345 Sustainable Real Estate Development Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 343–344 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours

This session will focus on the process of sustainable real estate development from the perspective of the developer/owner and will highlight financing opportunities and regulatory hurdles to achieving sustainable design and construction projects in today’s market. Speakers | Casius Pealer, Esq., LEED AP; Kenneth A. Schwartz, FAIA; Alexandra J. Stroud, LEED AP BD+C; and Marcel Wisznia, AIA Provider | Tulane University School of Architecture Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

FR346 School and Place: Sustainability and Regional Diversity Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 353–354 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours

This session will compare innovative schools in three distinct regions and climates of their countries—each distinctive in terms of economic, cultural, social, and environmental factors. The impacts of these factors on the facility designs, as well as the effects of the facilities on their regional ecosystems, will be explored in a case study format. Participants will learn strategies for implementing sustainability in a variety of climates, construction budgets, and constituent social attitudes. Speakers | Jeanne M. Jackson, AIA, LEED AP; Boyd K. McAllister, AIA; and Gerald I. Reifert, FAIA, LEED AP Provider | AIA Committee on Architecture for Education Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

FR347 Architects’ Role in Preparing Climate Action Plans for Communities and Regions

FR349 AIA Young Architects Forum/ Committee on Design Ideas Competition

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 338–339 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GBCI)

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 265–266 1.5 LU Hours

This session will present an expanded view of regional planning, design policy, and socio-economic factors that are integral to solving the zero carbon challenge. Attendees will gain insights into the role of architects at global, regional, and project scales in preparing climate action plans.

The AIA 2010 YAF/COD Ideas Competition focused on solutions to the problem of housing the homeless in the southern United States, Latin America, and South America. The jury chair will present a number of the notable competition entries and will provide the jury’s reasons for premiating the two winners. Representatives of the two winning entries will describe their solutions, and participants will have an opportunity to ask questions.

Speakers | Phil Jones, PhD, Hon. RIBA; Thomas E. Lollini, FAIA, LEED AP; and Bruce A. Race, FAIA, AICP Providers | AIA Center for Communities by Design, Ball State University College of Architecture and Planning, and Cardiff University Welsh School of Architecture Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

FR348 Community-Based Urbanism: Designing 21st-Century Suburbia Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 255–257 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GBCI)

This program demonstrates how a community-based urban design initiative can take the concept of making density work into the field to transform a corridor in Ohio’s most successful suburb, Dublin, into a higher density, mixed-use, walkable, and sustainable downtown. The presentation will spotlight the community-wide process that built strong support for a new vision and a plan to transform strip malls, older office parks, and outmoded garden apartments into a 21st-century transit-ready eco-district and new heart for the community. Speakers | Kaid Benfield; David D. Dixon, FAIA; and Laurie Volk Provider | Goody Clancy

Speakers | Gene Kaufman, AIA; Mike A. Mense, FAIA; and Barton C. Phelps, FAIA Provider | AIA Committee on Design Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

FR350 AIA Whitney M. Young Jr. Award Forum Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 208 1.5 LU Hours

The Whitney M. Young Jr. Award honors the late Whitney M. Young Jr., who challenged the architectural profession to embrace its responsibility toward current social issues. It is conferred by the AIA Board of Directors on an architect or architecturally oriented organization in recognition of a significant contribution toward meeting this responsibility. Join us as we honor the achievements of the 2011 recipient, Sharon Egretta Sutton, FAIA, and celebrate her contributions to a more diverse and inclusive profession. Provider | AIA Board Diversity Council Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

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FR351 Bringing Health and Design Together: Active and Sustainable Urban Living Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 252–254 1.5 HSW/LU Hours

This seminar will explore the relationship between design and public health, including the prevention of chronic diseases such as obesity. The session’s panel will discuss architecture and implementation strategies for creating fit cities in North America. Speakers | Fredric Bell, FAIA; Skye Duncan; and Robyne S. Kassen, Assoc. AIA Provider | AIA New York Chapter

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Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

FR352 Ownership Transition: Do or Die—The Importance of Planning Transitions for Minority Architects Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 211–213 1.5 LU Hours

This session will explore the do’s and don’ts and important questions about firm ownership and the importance of planning transitions for minority architects. Speakers | Sanford Garner, AIA, NOMA, LEED AP ND, NCARB; and Carlton Smith, AIA, NOMAC Provider | National Organization of Minority Architects Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

FR353 AIA Associates Awards 2011 Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 267–268 1.5 LU Hours

Learn about this membership category and meet the recipients of the 2011 Associates Award. The leadership of the National Associates Committee will discuss their exciting design work, empowering engagement with their communities, and other activities of Associate AIA members. Speaker | Kevin A. Fitzgerald, AIA, PMP Provider | AIA Emerging Professionals Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

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FR354 Community Beyond Housing: A Focus on the Urban Landscape During the Recovery and Rebuilding of the Lower Ninth Ward Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 206–207 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GBCI)

This session’s panel will share their experiences within the Make It Right project, ranging in scale from sustainable residential landscapes to wetland restoration efforts and various sustainable infrastructure projects. The panel will highlight the unique planning, design, collaboration, and implementation processes that have occurred, and will discuss the idea of a sustainable community. Speakers | Tim M. Duggan, ASLA; Walter Hood; Byron J. Mouton, AIA; and Pete O’Shea, ASLA Provider | Make It Right Foundation Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

FR355 The Spirit of Africa: Ecological and Sustainable Integrated Project Delivery Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 356–357 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1 GBCI)

The five-acre Spirit of Africa exhibit at the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, Wisconsin, is a highly sustainable teaching environment for an organization that promotes ecological sustenance of wildlife habitat throughout the world. This session will spotlight this case study to teach attendees the basic techniques of Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) and to show how it can be used on small and diversified project types. Speaker | Martin E. Sell, AIA Provider | AIA Wisconsin Friday, 4:15–5:15 p.m.

FR356 The New Face of Internship: Beyond What You Think You Know Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 333–334 1 LU Hour

Attendees will learn how IDP 2.0 has evolved and what these changes mean to interns, mentors, and IDP supervisors. The session will address the recently released new eligibility dates and supplemental experience opportunities, as well as the IDP 2.0 experience settings and areas. Speakers | Rachel A. Kros, AIA, NCARB; and Nicholas P. Serfass, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP Provider | National Council of Architectural Registration Boards Friday, 4:15–5:15 p.m.

FR357 LEED Multi-family Options Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 352 1 LU Hour

LEED offers a number of options for the certification of multi-family housing. Trends in New Orleans multi-family housing show an increased interest in high-density green urban living. This discussion will present the various LEED options and help participants choose the most appropriate certification path. Speaker | Kelsey Mullen, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BD+C Provider | U.S. Green Building Council Friday, 4:15–5:15 p.m.


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FR361 Learning from Drawing to Enhance Your Design: Didactic Field Drawing, Part One Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 335–336 1 LU Hour

This two-part didactic drawing program proposes to train people to view their surroundings technically by creating drawings that teach. Participants will leave with tools that they can apply to how they see and draw. Part One, a one-hour course on Friday evening, consists of a visual and verbal presentation that will present examples and techniques on how to approach drawing in the field. Part Two, a four-hour excursion on Saturday morning, consists of a walking tour to put the methods learned in Part One to the test. Speakers | Jonothan Christopher Bowling, LEED AP BD+C, NCARB; and Kevin W. Sloan, ASLA Provider | AIA National Associates Committee Friday, 6–7 p.m.

FR362 Designing for Changing Environmental and Economic Climates Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 260–262 1 LU Hour

This session will share knowledge and insights acquired by architects participating in the Make It Right project (MIR). Three MIR architects will walk participants through the design, collaboration, and construction processes. The presentation aims to dispel the perception that high design and sustainability must be accompanied by high price tags and to show that affordable housing can have unique architectural character and can create a unique sense of place tied to the historical context. Speakers | Hitoshi Abe, PhD; Coleman Coker; Alejandra Lillo, Assoc. AIA; and James H. Timberlake, FAIA, LEED AP Provider | Alejandra Lillo, Assoc. AIA Friday, 6–7 p.m.

FR363 AIA Pecha Kucha Night Event Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 243–245 1 LU Hour

Pecha Kucha Night features approximately 10 selected presenters, each allowed 20 images, shown for 20 seconds each—giving each of them six minutes, 40 seconds to share his or her passion and creativity before the next presenter is up. Join us for an evening of what has been called intellectual intoxication. Speakers | Thorsten Bösch, Assoc. AIA; Matthew M. Dumich, AIA; Mark Dytham, MBE; and Peter J. Exley, FAIA Provider | Pecha Kucha Night, ArchitectureIsFun, Klein-Dytham Architecture, visualized concepts Friday, 6–7 p.m.

FR364 How to Leverage Social Technologies for a Sustainable Practice Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 217–219 1 LU Hour

This program will introduce participants to key tools and technologies in the field of digital marketing, including cloud-based free software for generating documents, and Web marketing tools like Social Bookmarking, Social Sharing, New Media Marketing, and the basics of Search Engine Optimization. Participants will identify social media tools applicable to their practices—tools to help them find potential client bases, to develop their brands in the

digital world, to understand the merits of a digital client/consumer, and to track the effectiveness of new media strategies. Speakers | Jennifer Lucente; Anna Lira V. Luis, AIA, RIBA, NCARB, UAP, LEED AP; and Megan Morris Provider | Atelier Lira Luis, LLC Friday, 6–7 p.m.

FR365 UC Merced’s Long Range Development Plan: A Regional Model for Going Green from the Ground Up Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 220–222 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1 GBCI)

This session will showcase the University of California, Merced’s Long Range Development Plan, which integrates land use, circulation, open space, and infrastructure planning to achieve unprecedented sustainability outcomes for its new 25,000-student campus and for the adjacent university community of 30,000 people. Speakers | Thomas E. Lollini, FAIA, LEED AP; and Bruce A. Race, FAIA, AICP Provider | University of California, Merced Friday, 6–7 p.m.

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CONTINUING EDUCATION SATURDAY SA400 Interns Are Our Future … But Only If They’re Present: Mentoring and Training Interns for the Future of Your Firm (and Our Profession) Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 217–219 1 LU Hour

This seminar will discuss the generational and cultural differences of today’s interns and will provide academic and practicing points of view on what helps new and somewhat-new graduates succeed in the workplace. The session will suggest lowcost or no-cost ways to enrich and mentor interns, along with ways to use interns’ strengths while including them in higherlevel projects and processes.

SA401 Making the Grade: LEED for Schools 2009

SA402 BIM for Residential Architecture? A Small Firm Primer

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 211–213 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1 GBCI)

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 220–222 1 LU Hour

This program will review acoustic design and its impact on education and upon children’s success in the classroom. The main objective of the program is to explore the requirements of ANSI Standard 12.60 and to look in-depth into its influence on the LEED for School metric. The session will examine product VOC emissions and their impact on student health and comfort—both of which impact learning.

This seminar, hosted by CRAN (Custom Residential Architects Network), is designed to address the evolving and complex question of BIM technology and its relevance for mainstream use in the small residential architecture firm.

Speakers | Richard C. Master, AIA, CSI, LEED AP; and Richard C. Murlin

Saturday, 7–8 a.m.

Speaker | Valerie M. Williams, AIA, NCARB

Provider | K011

Providers | Boston Architectural College and Davis Partnership PC, Architects

Saturday, 7–8 a.m.

Saturday, 7–8 a.m.

Speakers | Stuart M. Narofsky, AIA, LEED AP; and James A. Walbridge, AIA Provider | Custom Residential Architects Network


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CONTINUING EDUCATION SATURDAY SA403 Small Project Practices and the AIA 2030 Commitment

SA405 AIA Housing and AIA/HUD Secretary’s Awards

SA421 Determining Your Footprint on the Profession

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 209–210 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1 GBCI)

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 203–205 1 LU Hour

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 211–213 1.5 LU Hours

Small firms, defined as those with 10 or fewer employees, comprise nearly 80 percent of AIA membership. Their willingness and their ability to participate in the AIA 2030 Commitment is essential to the success of this important Institute initiative. This session will introduce the AIA 2030 Commitment and, through a series of best practices presentations, will explore a range of strategies for successful small firm participation in this important AIA initiative.

This presentation will showcase the winners of the 2011 AIA Housing Awards and AIA/HUD Secretary’s Awards. Attendees will view slides and hear what distinguishing characteristics each project presented that was deemed award-worthy. These winning projects are offered as an inspiration to those in attendance. Winners in attendance will be recognized and thanked.

Join us in a panel discussion focused on licensure and leadership. This session features three architects who are serving the profession in very different capacities. Panelists include one of the Assistant Directors of the Intern Development Program at NCARB, the AIA Resource Architect focused on emerging professionals, and a young practitioner whose proactive involvement in the licensure process contributed to her firm winning the IDP Firm award and her recent selection to serve on the IDP Committee for NCARB.

Speakers | W. Randall Hafer, AIA, LEED AP, NCARB; Marilys R. Nepomechie, FAIA, NCARB; and Simons W. Young, AIA, NCARB

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Provider | AIA Small Project Practitioners Saturday, 7–8 a.m.

Speakers | Katherine A. Austin, AIA; and Luis X. Jauregui, AIA Provider | AIA Residential Knowledge Community Saturday, 7–8 a.m.

SA404 Sustainable Architectural Precast Elements for the 22nd Century

SA406 Amping Up Army Energy Efficiency: Implementation of Energy and Sustainability Policies

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 225–227 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1 GBCI)

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 228–230 1 LU Hour

This session addresses the vision, definition, and design parameters for sustainable architectural precast concrete elements. The presentation will demonstrate how Ultra-High Performance Concrete (UHPC) offers architects and designers sustainable and innovative concrete solutions that have high aesthetic value and extremely low permeability properties.

Army strategic direction is to reduce total ownership cost through design and construction of high performance buildings. The principle drivers behind this strategy are energy independence, security, and lower total operating cost. This session will present and discuss the implementation of these energy initiatives over the next few years. Provider | U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Saturday, 7–8 a.m.

Speaker | Peter Seibert Providers | Lafarge North America and National Precast Concrete Association Saturday, 7–8 a.m.

SA420 Focus Your Network of Mentors Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 206–207 1.5 LU Hours

Architecture has always been a profession that has advanced by apprenticeship. With this event, the Women in Architecture Committee aims to connect women from across the country. Women are encouraged to serve as both mentor and mentee—to offer advice, to share knowledge and experiences, and to talk about career goals, work-life balance issues, and advancement in the workplace. Speakers | Venesa Alicea, AIA, LEED AP BD+C; and Lori Apfel Cardeli, Assoc. AIA Provider | Women in Architecture Committee New York Chapter Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

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Speakers | Kevin A. Fitzgerald, AIA, PMP; Rachel A. Kros, AIA, NCARB; and Jenny Pelc, AIA, LEED AP Providers | The American Institute of Architects and National Council of Architectural Registration Boards Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

SA422 Beyond the Building: Successes, Failures, and Possibilities of Low-Carbon Communities Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 260–262 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GBCI)

This session will investigate the approaches, systems, and factors that have proved successful at achieving both quantitative and qualitative goals within low-carbon communities. It will highlight codes, regulations, and incentive structures that helped or hindered the goals of reducing carbon while enhancing livability. Through a case-study-based analysis of U.S. and international lowcarbon communities, this session will highlight successful strategies and lessons learned. Speakers | Tyler Blazer, Alexis Karolides, AIA, LEED AP; and Ted Shelton, AIA Providers | AIA Committee on the Environment and University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.


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SA423 Going It Alone: Practice as a Solo Practitioner Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 220–222 1.5 LU Hours

In this highly interactive seminar, solo practitioners will have the opportunity to engage in dialogue with their colleagues about issues that are meaningful to their practice. Topics discussed will include strategies for effective time management, work quality review, marketing, strategic planning, client relationships, risk management, and other such issues relating to successful solo practice. Speaker | Rena M. Klein, FAIA Provider | Custom Residential Architects Network Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

SA424 2011 Honorary Fellows: Global Perspectives on Regionalism Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 265–266 1.5 LU Hours

Two 2011 honorary fellows will share insight into their design processes and products— highlighting the influence of physical geography, social fabric, local building traditions, and other defining forces within their work. A moderated discussion will further explore the methods by which world-class architecture is conceived and realized. Speaker | Anne Schopf, FAIA Providers | AIA Committee on Design and College of Fellows Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

SA425 Institute Honors for Collaborative Achievement Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 208 1.5 LU Hours

In this session, some of the winners of this year’s Honors for Collaborative Achievement will talk about their experiences supporting the profession of architecture and architects over the years. Participants will have the opportunity to describe their own experiences with important collaborators and to recommend better ways for collaborative organizations to support the profession of architecture. Speakers | David J. Burney, FAIA; Peter Lindsay Schaudt, FASLA, FAAR; and Mike Mense, FAIA

SA426 Off the Grid: Small Project Awards and Discussion of Local Context in Sustainable Projects

SA429 GSA’s Art in Architecture Program: Case Studies and Lessons Learned in Architect and Artist Collaborations

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 343–344 1.5 LU Hours

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 255–257 1.5 LU Hours

This event spotlights the frequently overlooked category of small and inexpensive projects. These projects are passionate, sustainable, and contextual, and in addition to the regularly recognized categories, this year’s Small Projects Awards features a special design category, Off the Grid. Join us for recognition and discussion of all categories of Small Project Design, and observe how economy of scale and value do not hamper the creative spirit.

This session will offer an overview of the GSA’s Art in Architecture program, illustrate some of the success stories, and provide lessons learned on many aspects of initial planning, artist selection, art development, installation, on-going maintenance, and preservation.

Speakers | James B. Cline, AIA; Leonard S. Kady, AIA; and Deborah A. Pierce, AIA

Speakers | Christine M. Ewing, Assoc. AIA; Anita Glesta; Stephen R. Hagan, FAIA; and Michael G. Stevenson, AIA Providers | U.S. General Services Administration, PBS Project Knowledge Center Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Provider | AIA Small Project Practitioners Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

SA427 Metrics of Design Excellence: Creating a New Practice in Design Management Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 356–357 1.5 LU Hours

This session will address the use of design metrics and peer review as innovative design management approaches. Participants will learn about a systematic approach to establishing design excellence in a global architectural practice and assessing regionally appropriate design solutions based on culture, environment, and systems integration. Speakers | Cricket Brien; Anton H. Germishuizen, AIA; and Harry T. Gordon, FAIA

SA430 During Their First Decade of Success: Young Architects—Making a Difference in Our Firms Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 209–210 1.5 LU Hours

The Young Architects Award recognizes leadership in architects who have been licensed fewer than 10 years. These young architects are recognized for their leadership in design, in community, civic, and professional involvement, and in education. Join us for a discussion with this year’s recipients about their careers and their work. Speaker | Jack L. Baumann, AIA; Sara K. Beardsley, AIA; Gail Peter Borden; and Sean M. Stadler, AIA, LEED AP Provider | AIA Young Architects Forum

Provider | Burt Hill Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

SA428 Utilizing Contract Documents to Better Manage Your Regional and Urban Planning and Related Design Services Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 333–334 1.5 LU Hours

Explore the key contractual elements that should be considered when negotiating architect’s services. Speakers | Michael J. Bell, AIA; Cara Shimkus Hall, FAIA; and Kevin B. Miller, AIA Provider | AIA Contract Documents Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Provider | AIA Committee on Design Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

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CONTINUING EDUCATION SATURDAY

SA431 Performance Counts: Commissioning and the IGCC Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 217–219 1.5 LU Hours

Through the lens of the IGCC, this session will outline total building commissioning, and will explore commissioning scope in a project, the owner’s involvement, commissioning plans, current resources and guidelines available to designers, and how required commissioning will change the practice of architecture. The presentation also will highlight the performance-based benefits of commissioning and how to educate owners on those benefits, based on return-oninvestment.

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Speakers | Ken A Scalf, AIA, LEED AP; and Ron Wilkinson, PE, LEED AP Provider | The American Institute of Architects Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

SA432 Design Forum II: 2+2 Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 252–254 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours

This forum will examine the impact that professionally experienced architects have made in achieving outstanding design, and the influence that young architects wield in raising the bar for our next generation. Work will be presented by two College of Fellows members and two 2010 recipients of the Young Architects Award. The session will explore the importance of how design can shape our buildings and communities, how architecture connects with the public, and how good design will prevail over mediocre trends. Speakers | Carol Ross Barney, FAIA; Peter Bohlin, FAIA; Steven Dwyer, AIA; and Christopher Herr, AIA Provider | College of Fellows Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

with audience participation will follow to explore the potential benefits and pitfalls of the implementation of mandatory green codes and standards versus voluntary green and building rating systems and programs.

Operations (OBO) Design Excellence program and how building design, regional site selection, sustainability, and security are addressed in new embassies, along with integrated project delivery and overseas practice.

Speakers | Allan Bilka, RA; Brendan M. Owens; and Thomas A. Liebel, FAIA

Speakers | Patrick W. Collins; Jay Hicks; Barbara A. Nadel, FAIA; and James H. Timberlake, FAIA, LEED AP

Provider | International Code Council

Provider | AIA New York Chapter Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m. Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m.

SA435 Didactic Field Drawing—Part Two Tour Departure 4 LU Hours

This is a two-part course with a one-hour course Friday evening and a four-hour field excursion on Saturday morning. The didactic drawing program attempts to train people to view their surroundings technically by creating drawings that teach. Participants will leave with tools they can apply to how they see and draw. Part Two consists of a walking excursion to put the methods learned in Part One to the test. Speakers | J. Christopher Bowling, LEED AP BD+C, NCARB; and Kevin W. Sloan, ASLA Provider | National Associates Committee

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 225–227 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1.5 GBCI)

This session will include a 30-minute presentation by ICC staff on the International Green Construction Code (IGCC) and how mandatory codes and standards differ from voluntary rating systems. A 60-minute panel discussion

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Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 209–210 1.5 LU Hours

Participants will share in the celebration of an award-winning practice that is focused on sustainable solutions, people, and innovation, and how this leads to good design that can improve communities. Participants will be exposed to specific innovation and collaboration strategies that can improve their own work. Provider | AIA Committee on Design Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m.

Saturday, 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

SATURDAY KEYNOTE GS003 Transitioning Iconic Urban Centers through Political, Community, and Design Leadership Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Hall E 1 LU Hour

This high-energy discussion will center around the experiences of elected leadership in key cities that have been impacted by economic, natural disaster, or other adverse conditions. See page 9. Speakers | Mayor Jeremy Harris, Ret., Hon. AIA; Mayor Mitch Landrieu (invited); and Jessica Zimbabwe (moderator) Provider | The American Institute of Architects

SA433 Should Green Building Be Mandatory or Voluntary?

SA441 AIA Architecture Firm Award: Communities and Places Improved through Design

Saturday, 2–3:30 p.m.

SA440 21st-Century Embassies: Secure, Sustainable Civic Architecture Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 217–219 1.5 HSW/LU Hours

In this session, a moderated panel will discuss the Bureau of Overseas Buildings

SA442 Small Project Practitioners: Top 10 Questions and Solutions Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 211–213 1.5 LU Hours

Through a presentation of findings, best practice examples, facilitated discussion, and call to action activity, participants will be exposed to initiatives that strengthen regional ecosystems, to innovative approaches to project design and delivery, and to the salient characteristics of sustainable practice at the scale of small project design. Later, the AIA Small Project Practitioners advisory group will facilitate a discussion on topics that the Small Project Practitioners membership has identified as the “Top 10 Needs and Goals for Action.” Speakers | Tove Anderson, AIA, LEED AP, NCARB; Marsha R. Cuddeback, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BC+C; and Marilys Nepomechie, FAIA, NCARB Provider | AIA Small Project Practitioners Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m.


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SA443 Affordably Green Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 228–230 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GBCI)

This session explores proven regionally based strategies for developing sustainable housing without breaking the budget. The graphic presentation will include highlights from research and awards programs, as well as practical strategies for green designing of single and multi-family housing. Speakers | Elizabeth A. Debs; Deane M. Evans, FAIA, LEED AP; and Casius Pealer, Esq., LEED AP Providers | Dorgan Architecture & Planning and NJIT Center for Building Knowledge

SA444 School Design: Region, Community, and Neighborhood

SA445 Organic Settlements: Housing Typologies for a Billion People

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 206–207 1.5 LU Hours

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 220–222 1.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (1.5 GBCI)

This session explores a place-based design process developed to address the need for the replacement, on existing sites, of the majority of a single urban school district’s facilities. Participants will learn principles of best practice for school design and how to present these ideas to clients and community stakeholders. Additionally, the seminar will address strategies for implementing sustainability with limited budgets in areas with skeptical social attitudes.

This session will present the fundamental typology and dynamics of informal settlements, and a review of current planning strategies with respect to upgrading and/or redevelopment of slums. The presentation also will address successful interventions, as well as new sustainable building materials, building systems, and products, and will offer an overview of effective education methodologies for the next generation of architects to understand the current crisis and develop solutions.

Speakers | Steve Crane, FAIA, REFP; Jeanne M. Jackson, AIA, LEED AP; and Boyd K. McAllister, AIA

Speakers | Katherine A. Austin, AIA; Adib Cure; Gene Kaufman, AIA; and Tara D. Lamont, AIA, LEED AP

Provider | VCBO Architecture

Providers | AIA Center for Communities by Design, AIA Regional and Urban Design Committee, AIA Residential, University of California, and University of Miami

Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m.

Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m.

Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m.

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SPEAKERS Hitoshi Abe, PhD FR362 Friday, 6–7 p.m. Harold L. Adams, FAIA, RIBA, JIA TH201 Thursday, 7–8 a.m. Venesa Alicea, AIA, LEED AP BD+C SA420 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m. Lindsey D. Allen, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP TH203 Thursday, 7–8 a.m. David D. Alpert, AIA, LEED AP WE122 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m. TH227 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

SPEAKERS

Steven K. Alspaugh, AIA, LEED AP FR321 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. Mike Alvidrez TH231 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. Tove Anderson, AIA, LEED AP, NCARB SA442 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m. Jeffrey Anderzhon, FAIA FR320 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. David S. R. Andreozzi, AIA, CORA WE124 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m. Wagdy Anis, FAIA FR337 Friday, 2:15–3:15 p.m.

Sara K. Beardsley, AIA, LEED AP SA430 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m. Krista A. Becker, AIA, LEED AP WE120 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m.

Allan Bilka, RA WE112 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. TH233 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. SA433 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m. Steven B. Bingler, AIA, REFP, NCARB WE110 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. James L. Binkley, FAIA TH221 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

James R. Bedrick, FAIA, LEED AP WE114 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. FR301 Friday, 7–8 a.m.

Tyler Blazer SA422 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Jennifer G. Beiro-Réveillé, AIA FA108 Saturday, 10:15–11:15 a.m.

Carolyn Bligh WE103 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon

Fredric Bell, FAIA WE104 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon FR351 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Katherine A. Blume, PE, LEED AP BD+C TH202 Thursday, 7–8 a.m.

Michael J. Bell, AIA SA428 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m. Kaid Benfield FR348 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. Michael Benjamin, ASRAE HFDP, LEED AP FR340 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. Nathan Benjamin, LEED AP TH232 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Ronald E. Bogle, Hon. AIA FR323 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. Peter Bohlin, FAIA SA432 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m. Michael B. Bomba, Esq. TH251 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m. Gail Peter Borden, AIA, NCARB SA430 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Stephen M. Benz, PE, LEED AP BD+C TH245 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Jonothan Christopher Bowling, LEED AP BD+C, NCARB FR361 Friday, 6–7 p.m. SA435 Saturday, 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Lane J. Beougher, AIA, LEED AP BD+C TH249 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m. FR336 Friday, 2:15–3:15 p.m.

Mark Brideweser, CFM WE122 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m.

Brian Berg TH243 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Cricket Brien, RLA, ASLA SA427 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Kermit Baker, Hon. AIA TH220 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Robert J. Berkebile, FAIA WE110 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. TH221 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Michael Todd Brightman EX100a Thursday, 1–4 p.m. EX100b Friday, 1–4 p.m. EX100c Saturday, 10:15 a.m.–1 p.m.

Gunnar Ives Baldwin, LEED AP TH237 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Melanie Berkemeyer FA106 Friday, 1–2 p.m.

Joshua Ballance, Esq. FR330 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Scott D. Bernhard, AIA PA202 Wednesday, 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. FR343 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Katherine A. Austin, AIA SA405 Saturday, 7–8 a.m. SA445 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m. Michael Ayles, AIA, NCARB WE103 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon Jack Bailey TH261 Thursday, 6–7 p.m.

Peter L. Bardwell, FAIA, FACHA TH226 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. Jack L. Baumann, AIA SA430 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

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Victoria Beach, AIA TH228 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. TH250 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Phillip G. Bernstein, FAIA, LEED AP, RIBA FR326 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. FR340 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Angela C. Brooks, AIA TH231 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. Hillary A. Brown, FAIA, LEED AP TH230 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. Terrance J. Brown, FAIA WE113 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Jeb Brugmann GS002 Friday, 8:15–10 a.m.


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Angelo Bucci, PhD, Hon. FAIA SA424 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

David S. Collins, FAIA WE115 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

David R. Dowell, AIA TH240 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Carlie Bullock-Jones, ASID, LEED AP WE117 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Patrick W. Collins SA440 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m.

Andres M. Duany, FAIA WE110 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

David J. Burney, FAIA SA425 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Ruth Connell, AIA TH235 Thursday, 2:15–3:15 p.m.

Tim M. Duggan, ASLA FR354 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Karen P. Butler FA101 Thursday, 11:45 a.m.–12:45 p.m.

Mitchell S. Conner, AIA TH225 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Steve Dumez TH240 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Thorsten Bösch, Assoc. AIA FR363 Friday, 6–7 p.m.

David R. Conover TH223 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Matthew M. Dumich, AIA FR363 Friday, 6–7 p.m.

Robert D. Campbell, FAIA TH260 Thursday, 6–7 p.m.

Steve Crane, FAIA, REFP SA444 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m.

Robert J. Dunay, FAIA WE114 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Lori Apfel Cardeli, Assoc. AIA SA420 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Marsha R. Cuddeback, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BC+C SA442 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m.

Skye Duncan WE104 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon FR351 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Adib Cure SA445 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m.

Ellen Dunham-Jones, AIA FR335 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Laverne Dalgleish TH200 Thursday, 6:30–8 a.m.

Sarah Dunn TH236 Thursday, 2:15–3:15 p.m.

Tom Darden III WE110 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. FR327 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Steven R. Dwyer, AIA SA432 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Filo Castore, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP FR329 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. Edward J. Cazayoux, FAIA FR343 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. Eric Cesal FR302 Friday, 7–8 a.m. Charles D. Chamberlain III, PhD PA102 Wednesday, 9:15–10:45 a.m. Patricia Chaput, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP FR336 Friday, 2:15–3:15 p.m. Stan Chiu, AIA, LEED AP TH202 Thursday, 7–8 a.m. Jason Church TH263 Thursday, 6–7 p.m. James B. Cline, AIA SA426 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m. Henry N. Cobb, FAIA FR321 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. Coleman Coker TH240 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m. FR362 Friday, 6–7 p.m. Thomas M. Colbert, AIA TH244 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m. Greg D. Collette, PE, PMP PA203 Wednesday, 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Lance Davis, AIA, LEED AP FA100 Thursday, 10:15–11:15 a.m. Elizabeth A. Debs SA443 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m.

Mark Dytham, MBE FR363 Friday, 6–7 p.m. Joffrey Easley, PE FR342 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Aisha S. Densmore-Bey, Assoc. AIA FR333 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Rand K. Ekman, AIA, LEED AP BD+C TH247 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m. FR331 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Duo Dickinson, AIA TH260 Thursday, 6–7 p.m.

Douglas K. Engebretson, FAIA WE121 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m.

Ralph DiNola, LEED AP BD+C, O+M FR344 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

David A. Ericksen TH246 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

David D. Dixon, FAIA WE116 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. PA002 Wednesday, 12:45–2:15 p.m. TH252 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m. FR348 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

R. Allen Eskew, FAIA TH242 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Julia Donoho, Esq., AIA, LEED AP FR335 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Deane M. Evans, FAIA, LEED AP SA443 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m.

Bill Dowd FA110 Saturday, 12:45–1:45 p.m.

Christine M. Ewing, Assoc. AIA SA429 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Nate Eudaly, Hon. AIA Dallas SA425 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

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SPEAKERS Peter J. Exley, FAIA FR363 Friday, 6–7 p.m.

Sarah Gluck WE104 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon

Elizabeth J. Heider, AIA, LEED AP BD+C FR344 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Harry M. Falconer Jr., AIA, NCARB WE100 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon TH203 Thursday, 7–8 a.m.

Harry T. Gordon, FAIA SA427 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Jeffrey Heller, FAIA TH255 Thursday, 4:15–5:15 p.m.

Nancy Aber Goshow, AIA, LEED AP SA420 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

William K. Hellmuth, AIA, LEED AP WE123 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m.

Tony E. Graham, D.Eng., Assoc.AIA TH263 Thursday, 6–7 p.m.

Steve Heminger TH255 Thursday, 4:15–5:15 p.m.

Frank W. Grauman, FAIA, LEED AP SA427 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Jessyca L. Henderson, AIA TH223 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Chris Green, AIA LEED AP FR332 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Matthew Herman FR328 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Dale G. Green, LEED AP TH235 Thursday, 2:15–3:15 p.m.

Christopher Herr SA432 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Frank J. Greene, FAIA FR322 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Lary P. Hesdorffer PA101 Wednesday, 9:15–10:45 a.m.

Jay S. Gregory, Esq. WE121 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m.

Charles R. Heuer, FAIA WE102 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon

Marion L. Fowlkes, FAIA TH234 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Toni L. Griffin TH242 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

David C. Hewitt TH223 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. TH243 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Chris France TH262 Thursday, 6–7 p.m.

Katherine A. Grove, AIA, LEED AP FR327 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

John W. Frece TH234 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Debra Guenther TH245 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Anne Frederiksen SA425 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

W. Randall Hafer, AIA, LEED AP, NCARB SA403 Saturday, 7–8 a.m.

Philip G. Freelon, FAIA FR333 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Stephen R. Hagan, FAIA TH224 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. SA429 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Robert W. Farnsworth PA001 Wednesday, 8–9 a.m. Edward A. Feiner, FAIA SA425 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m. Martin S. Felsen, AIA TH236 Thursday, 2:15–3:15 p.m. Gary Fischer FA107 Friday, 2:15–3:15 p.m. Lois Fisher, CNU, LEED AP FR335 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

SPEAKERS

Kevin A. Fitzgerald, AIA, PMP FR334 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. FR353 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. SA421 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Thomas Friedman GS001 Thursday, 8:15–10 a.m. Robert Gaarder FR303 Friday, 7–8 a.m. Sanford E. Garner, AIA, NOMA, LEED AP ND, NCARB FR352 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. SA430 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Lona Edwards Hankins FR323 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. Alan M. Hantman, FAIA TH201 Thursday, 7–8 a.m.

Patricia Gay WE110 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Frank Harmon, FAIA TH240 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Anton H. Germishuizen, AIA SA427 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Kevin L. Harris, FAIA, NCARB, CSI WE124 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m. FR342 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Greg Gidez, AIA, DBIA, LEED AP PA103 Wednesday, 9:15–10:45 a.m. Anita Glesta SA429 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

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Cara Shimkus Hall, Esq., FAIA FR330 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. SA428 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Gina G. Hilberry, AIA, LEED AP TH237 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. Hugh M. Hochberg, Assoc. AIA TH254 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m. Walter Hood FR354 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. SA425 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m. Adele Houghton, AIA, LEED AP WE118 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. David C. Hovey Jr., AIA FR326 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. Thomas S. Howorth, FAIA FR341 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. Paul Hutton, AIA, LEED AP, CEFPI FR323 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. Barbara J. Jackson, PhD, DBIA PA003 Wednesday, 4:15–5:15 p.m. Jeanne M. Jackson, AIA, LEED AP FR346 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. SA444 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m.

Jason Hartke, PhD FR323 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Luis X. Jauregui, AIA FR300 Friday, 7–8 a.m. SA405 Saturday, 7–8 a.m.

Helen D. Hatch, FAIA TH222 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Sonia Johansen FR320 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.


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Mark W. Johnston WE120 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m.

Clem Labine WE110 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Ann M. Masson WE110 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Phil Jones, PhD, Hon. RIBA FR347 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Greg Lambousy FR333 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Richard C. Master, AIA, CSI, LEED AP SA401 Saturday, 7–8 a.m.

Lindsay Jonker WE110 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Tara D. Lamont, AIA, LEED AP SA445 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m.

Charles Matta, FAIA FA105 Friday, 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Leonard S. Kady, AIA TH263 Thursday, 6–7 p.m. SA426 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

William Leddy, FAIA TH237 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Marsha Mazz WE115 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Karen Lee WE104 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon

Boyd K. McAllister, AIA FR346 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. SA444 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m.

Calvin Kam, PhD, AIA, PE, LEED AP TH224 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. FR326 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. Alexis Karolides, AIA, LEED AP FR329 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. SA422 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Tom Liebel, FAIA, LEED AP SA433 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Maurya McClintock, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP WE127 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m.

Alejandra Lillo, Assoc. AIA FR327 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. FR362 Friday, 6–7 p.m.

Tammy L. McCuen, LEED AP BD+C PA303 Wednesday, 2:30–4 p.m.

Robyne S. Kassen, Assoc. AIA WE104 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon FR351 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Rick A. Lincicome, AIA TH222 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

H. Tom McGrath Jr., FAIA WE110 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Gene Kaufman, AIA FR349 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. SA445 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m.

Michael D. Lingerfelt, AIA, LEED AP WE113 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. TH257 Thursday, 4:15–5:15 p.m.

Stacey L. McMahan, AIA, LEED AP FR302 Friday, 7–8 a.m.

Karen M. Kensek WE114 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Janis Kent, AIA, CASp WE105 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon WE126 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m. Jiyoun Kim FR349 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. Steven J. Kismohr, AIA, LEED AP BD+C FR331 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. Margaret Kittinger, AIA TH229 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. Rena M. Klein, FAIA WE101 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon SA423 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m. Raymond F. Kogan, AIA, NCARB WE101 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon David Koren, Assoc. AIA, CPSM WE103 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon Rachel A. Kros, AIA, NCARB WE100 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon FR356 Friday, 4:15–5:15 p.m. SA421 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m. Scott A. Kuehn, AIA, NCARB WE101 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon Peter G. Kuttner, FAIA FR333 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Peter C. Lippman, Assoc. AIA FR325 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Michael S. McPhail, AIA, LEED AP BD+C FR328 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Caroline Lobo, PhD, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP TH204 Thursday, 7–8 a.m.

Mike A. Mense, FAIA FR349 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. SA425 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Thomas E. Lollini, FAIA, LEED AP FR347 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. FR365 Friday, 6–7 p.m.

Steven Meyers, Esq. TH225 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Forrest R. Lott, FAIA, LEED AP TH251 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

David E. Miller, FAIA FR341 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Jennifer Lucente FR364 Friday, 6–7 p.m.

John F. Miller, FAIA WE121 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m.

Thomas Luebke, FAIA FA110 Saturday, 12:45–1:45 p.m.

Kevin B. Miller, AIA SA428 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Anna Lira V. Luis, AIA, RIBA, NCARB, UAP, LEED AP FR364 Friday, 6–7 p.m.

Joel Mills FR324 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

William G. MacRostie PA302 Wednesday, 2:30–4 p.m. Brian M. Malarkey, FAIA TH229 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. Paul Mankins, FAIA, LEED AP WE123 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m. W. Raymond Manning, FAIA, NOMA, LEED AP BD+C WE116 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. PA002 Wednesday, 12:45–2:15 p.m. TH252 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Robin Mitchell WE127 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m. Megan Morris FR364 Friday, 6–7 p.m. William R. Morrish TH242 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m. Wayne A. Mortensen, Assoc. AIA, NASW TH232 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. Cliff S. Moser, AIA, MSQA, LEED AP TH202 Thursday, 7–8 a.m. TH262 Thursday, 6–7 p.m.

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SPEAKERS Mark A. Moses, PE WE122 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m. Byron J. Mouton, AIA WE110 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. FR354 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. Douglas J. Mouton, AIA, NCARB PA201 Wednesday, 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Stephen A. Mouzon, AIA, CNU, LEED AP WE110 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Eric S. Mucklow, AIA, LEED AP SA406 Saturday, 7–8 a.m. Kelsey Mullen, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BD+C FR357 Friday, 4:15–5:15 p.m. Lydia J. Muniz SA440 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m. Richard C. Murlin SA401 Saturday, 7–8 a.m.

SPEAKERS

Robert A. Murray TH220 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. Donald L. Myers, AIA FA107 Friday, 2:15–3:15 p.m. Barbara A. Nadel, FAIA SA440 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m. Stuart M. Narofsky, AIA, LEED AP SA402 Saturday, 7–8 a.m. Marilys R. Nepomechie, FAIA, NCARB SA403 Saturday, 7–8 a.m. SA442 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m. Susan K. Oldroyd, FAIA FR322 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Larry Perry, AIA WE115 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Kent W. Peterson, PE, LEED AP, Fellow ASHRAE FR332 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. C. Stanley Peterson, FAIA WE113 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Marcela Abadi Rhoads, AIA, RAS, CDT FR304 Friday, 7–8 a.m. Kenneth Ricci, FAIA FR322 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. Tony Rinella, Assoc. AIA TH224 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. Daniela Rivero WE110 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Deborah Rivers, AIA, LEED AP BD+C FR328 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

David Pfund TH243 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Derek J. Roberts, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP TH232 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Barton C. Phelps, FAIA FR349 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

David Roccosalva WE103 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon

Deborah A. Pierce, AIA SA426 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

John J. Ronan, AIA TH229 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Amanda M. Pike FR344 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Carol Ross Barney, FAIA SA432 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Carme Pinós SA424 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Rona G. Rothenberg, FAIA TH249 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Joyce K. Polhamus, AIA FR320 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Nancy Rottle, RLA, ASLA WE116 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Louis R. Pounders, FAIA FR341 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. Michael L. Prifti, FAIA TH228 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. TH250 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m. Beverly Prior, FAIA, NCARB, LEED AP FR322 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

James S. Russell, FAIA TH230 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. Josh Safdie, Assoc. AIA TH237 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. Jose M. Sama, AIA, LEED AP WE122 Thursday, 1–5 p.m. Charles A. Savage, AIA WE114 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Bruce A. Race, FAIA, AICP FR347 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. FR365 Friday, 6–7 p.m.

Ken A. Scalf, AIA., LEED AP SA431 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m.

Brooks Rainwater FR323 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Lawrence Scarpa, FAIA FR343 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Peter Papesch, AIA, LEED WE114 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Ezra Rapport TH227 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. TH255 Thursday, 4:15–5:15 p.m.

Peter Lindsay Schaudt, FASLA, FAAR SA425 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

R. Douglas Parris, AIA FR340 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

William G. Reed, AIA, LEED AP WE114 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Casius Pealer, Esq., LEED AP WE110 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. TH232 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. FR345 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. SA443 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m.

Kathleen O. Reid, RA, LEED AP FA102 Friday, 10:15–11:15 a.m.

Jenny Pelc, AIA, LEED AP WE121 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m. SA421 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Jack Reigle WE125 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m.

Pete O’Shea, ASLA FR354 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. Brendan M. Owens, PE, LEED AP SA433 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

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A. Ray Pentecost III, DrPH, FAIA, FACHA, LEED AP TH226 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Gerald Reifert, FAIA, LEED AP FR346 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Anne Schopf, FAIA SA424 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m. Kenneth A. Schwartz, FAIA FR345 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. J. Todd Scott, AIA FR324 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. Peter Seibert SA404 Saturday, 7–8 a.m. Elizabeth Seifel, AICP TH225 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.


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Stephen Selkowitz WE127 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m.

Peter Steffian, FAIA WE121 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m.

Vuk Vujovic, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BD+C FR331 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Martin E. Sell, AIA FR355 Friday, 4:15–5:15 p.m.

Michael G. Stevenson, AIA SA429 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

James A. Walbridge, AIA FR300 Friday, 7–8 a.m. SA402 Saturday, 7–8 a.m.

Steven W. Semes WE110 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.

Michael B. Strogoff, FAIA TH225 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Nicholas P. Serfass, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP WE100 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon FR356 Friday, 4:15–5:15 p.m.

Alexandra J. Stroud, LEED AP BD+C FR345 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

David M. Shelton, DBIA PA203 Wednesday, 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Ted Shelton, AIA SA422 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m. Les Shepherd TH205 Thursday, 7–8 a.m. Alima Silverman, AIA, LEED AP, CGBP FR335 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. Erin Simmons FR324 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. Donald Simpson, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP WE101 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon Scott Simpson, FAIA WE114 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Ralph “Rick” Sinkfield, AIA FA104 Thursday, 1–2 p.m. Col. Robert A. Sinkler PA301 Wednesday, 2:30–4 p.m. Amy Slattery, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP SA430 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m. Kevin W. Sloan, ASLA FR361 Friday, 6–7 p.m. SA435 Saturday, 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Carlton Smith, AIA, NOMAC FR352 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Sharon Egretta Sutton, PhD, FAIA FR350 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. Katie Swenson TH231 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. Susan S. Szenasy TH229 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. Jay Sztuk AIA FA107 Friday, 2:15–3:15 p.m. Margaret R. Tarampi, Assoc. AIA TH232 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. Rives T. Taylor, FAIA FA101 Thursday, 11:45 a.m.–12:45 p.m. TH244 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m. Eric Telesmanich, PM PA203 Wednesday, 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Steve Templet, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP TH203 Thursday, 7–8 a.m. James H. Timberlake, FAIA, LEED AP FR362 Friday, 6–7 p.m. SA440 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m. Ronald J. Tomasso, AIA FA109 Saturday, 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Paul A. Torcellini PA203 Wednesday, 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Jack Travis, FAIA, NOMAC FR350 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Martin Smith, AIA, NCARB, LEED Green Assoc. WE100 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–noon

Will Travis TH255 Thursday, 4:15–5:15 p.m.

Sherry Snipes TH256 Thursday, 4:15–5:15 p.m.

Thomas J. Trenolone, AIA, LEED AP SA430 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Curtis D. Soderberg, AIA, NCARB PA201 Wednesday, 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

A. Russell Versaci WE124 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m.

Suman Sorg FA105 Friday, 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Laurie Volk FR348 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m.

Sean M. Stadler, AIA, LEED AP WE123 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m. SA430 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Thomas V. Vonier, FAIA, RIBA TH222 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m.

Lee W. Waldrep, PhD TH232 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. Donald R. Watson, FAIA WE116 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Kim N. Way. ASLA, CLARB WE122 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m. Joe D. Webb, AIA TH244 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m. Prisca T. Weems, LEED AP TH221 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. Joseph H. Wheeler, AIA WE114 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Chester (Chet) A. Widom, FAIA SA432 Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m. Ron Wilkinson PE, LEED AP SA431 Saturday, 3:45–5:15 p.m. Daniel E. Williams, FAIA WE116 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Valerie M. Williams, AIA, NCARB SA400 Saturday, 7–8 a.m. Michael E. Willis, FAIA NOMA TH253 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m. Steven R Winkel, FAIA, PE, CASp FR332 Friday, 2–3:30 p.m. Paul D. Winslow, FAIA TH204 Thursday, 7–8 a.m. Marcel Wisznia, AIA FR345 Friday, 4–5:30 p.m. Michael Woo, Hon. AIA/LA TH227 Thursday, 2–3:30 p.m. William J. Worthen, LEED AP TH247 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m. Keith Yancey, AIA, IALD, LC, PE TH261 Thursday, 6–7 p.m. Mehrdad Yazdani, Assoc. AIA WE123 Wednesday, 1–5 p.m. David Yocca, RLA, ASLA, AICP, LEED AP TH245 Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m. Simons W. Young, AIA, NCARB SA403 Saturday, 7–8 a.m.

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EDUCATION ON THE EXPO FLOOR Tap into industry experts’ wealth of knowledge on products and services and earn additional CES credit on the show floor with four easy-to-add opportunities—Federal Agency Programs, CES Theater, Google SketchUp, and Expo Education.

EDUCATION ON THE EXPO FLOOR

FEDERAL AGENCY PROGRAMS FA100 GSA’s Vision

FA102 The Worldwide NAVFAC Approach

Booth 3901 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1 GBCI)

Booth 3901 1 LU Hour

This session will examine the U.S. General Services Administration’s (GSA) vision for transforming massive amounts of its building space to space that is much more sustainable. The presentation will address areas and ways in which the GSA is likely to challenge architects to explore undefined realms of sustainability, ranging from the development of strategic sustainability plans for federal agencies to designs for net-zero-energy buildings.

Participants will discover where U.S. Naval Facilities investments are occurring, and will explore NAVFAC design and procurement policies to address the regional challenges that come with the diverse nature of its business. Speaker | Kathleen O. Reid, RA, LEED AP

Thursday, 10:15–11:15 a.m.

FA101 Are We There Yet? The Road to Performance with ENERGY STAR® Booth 3901 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1 GBCI)

This session will address energy metrics and strategies for measuring the effect of energy on performance from designing to operating commercial buildings. The presentation will discuss how to make the design a part of the overall energy and environmental strategy, and it will highlight easy-to-use tools from EPA’s ENERGY STAR® to help architects and their clients’ target, measure, and track energy use. Speakers | Karen P. Butler and Rives T. Taylor, FAIA Provider | U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Thursday, 11:45 a.m.–12:45 p.m.

From filling out the SF330 to building relationships with the right people, this session will reveal 10 keys to getting your foot in the federal design door. You’ll hear both from public sector personnel who award contracts and from the firms that have won those contracts. Speakers | Charles Matta, FAIA; and Suman Sorg

Thursday, 1–2 p.m.

Provider | AIA Government Advocacy Friday, 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

FA103 Small Business Administration: Helping Small Firms Find Work Booth 3901 1 LU Hour

This session will address how the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) can help small and minority firms procure work. Provider | U.S. Small Business Administration Thursday, 2:15–3:15 p.m.

FA104 Air Force: Opportunities for Design Contracting Booth 3901 1 LU Hour

This session will provide an in-depth overview of how the U.S. Air Force procures design and construction work from the private sector. Hear about the Air Force’s construction forecast for upcoming years and the trends that will shape Air Force procurement. Speaker | Kathleen O. Reid, RA, LEED AP Provider | U.S. Air Force Friday, 10:15–11:15 a.m.

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Booth 3901 1 LU Hour

Provider | Naval Facilities Engineering Command

Speaker | Lance Davis, AIA, LEED AP Provider | U.S. General Services Administration

FA105 10 Keys to Succeeding at Public Sector Work

FA106 Sustainability and the State Department’s Overseas Buildings Operations: Greening Our Embassies Booth 3901 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour (1 GBCI)

While working to provide state-of-theart security for its more than 15,000 overseas facilities, the State Department recently has added LEED certification to its standard requirements. The Bureau of Overseas Building Operations (OBO) plans to construct approximately 120 new embassies around the world over the next 10 to 12 years and has developed a Standard Embassy Design (SED) that distills and formulates decades of experience into this building type. Speaker | Melanie Berkemeyer Provider | U.S. Department of State Friday, 1–2 p.m.


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EDUCATION ON THE EXPO FLOOR FA107 Designing for the VA Booth 3901 1 LU Hour

This session will detail the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) process for procurement of design services, as well as the VA’s development and application of standards for health care facility planning, design, and construction.

EDUCATION ON THE EXPO FLOOR

Speakers | Gary Fischer; Donald L. Myers, AIA; and Jay Sztuk

energy and sustainability initiatives, and will present an overview of the new USPS energy requirements for commissioning, measuring, and verifying. Speaker | Jennifer G. Beiro-Réveillé, AIA Provider | United States Postal Service Saturday, 10:15–11:15 a.m.

FA109 The State Department’s Barrier-Free Accessibility Program

Provider | U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Booth 3901 1 HSW/LU Hour

Friday, 2:15–3:15 p.m.

This session offers insight into normal federal requirements for barrier-free accessibility and how the State Department applies these requirements, the impact of laws of other countries, application of the criteria to the Department’s various building types, policies and procedures used by the Department, and goals for removing barriers at U.S. diplomatic posts worldwide.

FA108 USPS Building Design Standards and Sustainability Initiatives Booth 3901 1 HSW/SD/LU Hour

The U.S. Post Office has a portfolio of 34,000 facilities. This program will focus on how the USPS leverages its significant annual R&A budget to comply with strict

GOOGLE SKETCHUP EX100 Mastering Google SketchUp Booth 150 3 LU Hours

This session is designed for experienced SketchUp users who want to investigate advanced topic areas, including working with CAD, creating curved surfaces, and employing advanced presentation techniques for SketchUp models. Detailed instruction in the use of Google LayOut for print presentations also is provided. Participants will get a thorough review of the entire design environment.

FA110 Transforming Washington, D.C.’s Southwest Federal Center Booth 3901 1 LU Hour

This session will spotlight one major proposal of the Monumental Core Framework Plan to transform the largely single-use federal office environment along Washington, D.C.’s 10th Street, SW, and Maryland Avenue corridors into a vibrant and attractive destination, incorporating retail, cultural, and residential uses. Using environmentally sensitive development models, the initiative calls for the redevelopment of several key sites, infrastructure changes for streets and rails, and the establishment of an eco-district. Speakers | Bill Dowd and Thomas Luebke, FAIA Providers | National Capital Planning Commission and U.S. Commission of Fine Arts Saturday, 12:45–1:45 p.m.

Speaker | Ronald J. Tomasso, AIA Provider | U.S. Department of State Saturday, 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

CES THEATERS (In classrooms A, B and C—located in the back of Hall A near AIA Town Hall) EX101 Elevator Technology: Where It’s Been; Where It’s Going

EX104 Window Replacement Solutions for Commercial Buildings

Classroom B 1 LU Hour

Classroom C 1 LU Hour

Provider | KONE Inc. (Booth 819)

Provider | Pella Corporation (Booth 743)

Thursday, 10:30–11:30 a.m.

Friday, 10:30–11:30 a.m.

EX102 Sustainable Solutions for Large Openings

EX105 Sustainable Design Using Epoxies in the Repair of Wood

Classroom B 1 LU Hour

Classroom B 1 LU Hour

Provider | NanaWall Systems Inc. (Booth 2841)

Provider | Abatron Inc. (Booth 3128)

Provider | The American Institute of Architects

Thursday, Noon–1 p.m.

Friday, 10:30–11:30 a.m.

EX100a Thursday, 1–4 p.m. EX100b Friday, 1–4 p.m. EX100c Saturday, 10:15 a.m.–1:15 p.m.

EX103 Light Control and LEED

EX106 The Safe, Clean, Green Way to Add a Fireplace to Any Space

Classroom B 1 LU Hour

Classroom B 1 LU Hour

Provider | Lutron Electronics Co. Inc. (Booth 2253)

EX103a Thursday, 1:30–2:30 p.m. EX103b Friday, 1:30–2:30 p.m. EX103c Saturday, Noon–1 p.m.

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Provider | Dimplex North America Limited (Booth 863) Friday, Noon–1 p.m.


EDUCATION ON THE EXPO FLOOR CES THEATERS (CONT.)

EXPO EDUCATION

EX107 Some Don’t Like It Hot: Commercial Roofing Technologies (RFGTEC)

ABATRON Booth 3128 EE100 Advanced Adhesive Systems in Building Restoration

Classroom C 1 LU Hour Provider | Firestone (Booth 1537) Thursday 10:30–11:30 a.m.

EX108 Trends in Constructability and Waste Reduction: The Architect & General Contractor Partnership Classrooms B and C 1 LU Hour Provider | Applied Tech (Booth 963)

EDUCATION ON THE EXPO FLOOR

EX108a Thursday Noon–1 p.m. (Classroom C) EX108b Friday 1:30–2:30 p.m. (Classroom C) EX108c Saturday 10:30–11:30 a.m (Classroom B)

EX109 LEED 2009 Programs Overview Classroom B 1 LU Hour Provider | Sherwin-Williams (Booth 3743) Thursday, 3–4 p.m.

EX110 Architectural Mesh Systems: Design Freedom and Functionality Classroom B 1 LU Hour Provider | Cambridge Architectural (Booth 1735) Friday, 3–4 p.m.

EX111 Incorporating Sustainable Forest Products into Your Design Classroom C 1 LU Hour Provider | Forest Products Association (Booth 3141) Saturday 10:30–11:30 a.m

EX112 Sustainability CEU: An Everyday Practice, Not Just an Idea Classroom C 1 LU Hour Provider | Johnsonite (A Tarkett Co.) Saturday Noon–1 p.m.

EX113 BSP171 Commercial Building Design— Comfortable Environments through Sustainable Design Classroom C 1 LU Hour Provider | CertainTeed (Booth 3153) Thursday 1:30–2:30 p.m.

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AIA CONTRACT DOCUMENTS Booth 445 EE310 Write a Solid Scope of Services for Regional or Urban Planning EE311 Maximize Success and Minimize Risk on Residential Projects EE312 Navigate Sustainable Design & Construction w/the New AIA Guide CPI DAYLIGHTING Booth 737 EE110 Advanced Technology for Translucent Daylighting EE111 Dynamic Daylighting and Sun Control Systems ECOGLO LIFE SAFETY PRODUCTS Booth 459 EE120 Improving Visibility With Photoluminescent Products FABRAL, INC. Booth 3629 EE130 Integrated Energy Saving Materials GUARDIAN INDUSTRIES Booth 2235 EE160 LEED and High-Performance Glass HUNTER DOUGLAS Booth 1641 EE170 Solar Control Fenestration EE171 Understanding Construction and Performance of Sun Screen Fabric EE172 Ceilings and Sustainability INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LIGHTING DESIGNERS (IALD) Booth 2526 EE180 Quality Lighting in a Sustainable World: Design Issues EE181 Quality Lighting in a Sustainable World: LEED & Lighting Quality EE182 Quality Lighting in a Sustainable World: LEDs; Pros and Cons KAWNEER COMPANY Booth 2641 EE190 Opportuities for Shading in Division 8: Glass & Glazing EE191 Steel Framing Systems for Design and Safety EE192 Commercial Window Options and Performance LAFARGE Booth 419 EE370 Gypsum & Sustainability EE371 Concrete’s Contribution to Green Building Certifications EE372 UHPC (Ultra High Performance Concrete) A New Era in Design MADICO, INC. Booth 3205 EE200 Cost Effective Energy Upgrades with Window Film EE201 Increase Safety and Security with Window Film EE202 Decorative Window Film Applications— Design and View Control

MAPEI CORPORATION Booth 439 EE210 ISO 13007 Standards MARMOMACC Booth 3553 EE340 Natural Stone: Responsible Quarrying, Reclamation and Reuse EE341 Natural Stone: A Natural Choice for Sustainable Design EE342 Natural Stones from Trentino OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY Booth 519 EE230 Elevator 101 EE231 Escalator 101 EE232 Machine Roomless Elevator Technology PANELFOLD INC. Booth 3725 EE240 Making Sound Decisions with Moveable Walls PELLA CORPORATION Booth 743 EE250 Windows & Sustainability EE251 Hurricane Protection for Windows EE252 Windows & BIM PRO-BEL Booth 259 EE260 Pro-Bel Expo Education RECORD-USA Booth 2861 EE270 ADA—Are we meeting the Expectations of the Disabled? SECURE USA Booth 3060 EE380 Overview to Anti-Vehicular Perimeter Security/Understanding Active EE381 Overview of Force Protection Standards— Anti-Vehicular Crash Ratings SHAKERTOWN Booth 2262 EE280 Fire Resistive Construction With Cedar Shingles SOLUTIA’S PERFORMANCE FILMS DIVISION Booth 2505 EE290 Windows Films Can Assist With LEED Certification EE291 Dream In Color With Designer Films EE292 Measure New Low-E Technology With New Quick Energy Audit (QEA) SWIRNOW BUILDING SYSTEMS Booth 3452 EE300 Rainscreen Principle Using Terra-cotta Panels TENNANT CO. Booth 3017 EE360 Integrated Flooring Solutions TILE OF SPAIN & STONE OF SPAIN Booth 3453, 3461 EE320 Classification, Features & Benefits of Stone from Spain EE321 Basic Specifications for Ceramic Tile EE322 Environmental Ceramic Tile—Gray area or Green? TOTO Booth 1227 EE350 Experiencing the Universally Designed Bathroom


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EDUCATIONAL TOURS Unless otherwise noted, all tours will depart from and return to the tour and departure area, located on Level 1 in Lobby D of the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. Please assemble in this area at least 15 minutes before the departure time to meet your tour guide and scan your badge. Tours leave promptly and refunds will not be provided for those who are late.

EDUCATIONAL TOURS

To receive credit for self-guided tours, you will be required to complete and submit an evaluation to the AIA within 30 days following the convention. Instructions on how to document your attendance will be included on the tour handout. Once your evaluation is submitted, AIA will post the appropriate credit to your AIA member transcript. If you are not an AIA member, your credit will be posted to a final Certificate of Completion.

ET101 Self-Guided Tour: Algiers Point

ET104 Self-Guided Tour: Faubourg St. Mary

ET107 Self-Guided Tour: St. Charles Avenue Streetcar Tour

Walking Tour—2 LU Hours

Streetcar Tour/NWA—1.5 LU Hours

Enjoy a two-hour tour of the city’s first suburb, Faubourg St. Mary, established in 1798. Today, this is the Central Business District, commingling skyscraper-lined streets and historic districts, residential and business, and an arts district with world-renowned restaurants and retail outlets.

The St. Charles Streetcar is the oldest continually operating rail line in the country. From the 1920s car windows see the modern skyscrapers and the historic sites of New Orleans. The tour takes about 90 minutes.

Provider | AIA New Orleans

Provider | AIA New Orleans $55

ET102 Self-Guided Tour: Canal Street

ET108 Self-Guided Tour: Vieux Carré

ET105 Self-Guided Tour: Garden District

Walking Tour—2 LU Hours

Walking Tour—2 LU Hours

Stroll through the famed Garden District, listed as a National Historic Landmark District on the National Register. Maps and information for this two-hour tour will be available at the tour desk in the Convention Center. Provider | AIA New Orleans

Streetcar Tour—1 LU Hour

Ride one of the “red ladies” from the foot of Canal Street at the Mississippi River into Mid-City to the end of the line at the cemeteries, and observe the wide variety of architecture along the way, from the early 19th century to current projects. Provider | AIA New Orleans $55

ET103 Self-Guided Tour: Faubourg Marigny Walking Tour—2 LU Hours

The architecture of Marigny is dense and low-scale, looking like much of the Vieux Carré. See Creole cottages, Eastlake shotguns, and Greek Revival townhouses. The tour takes approximately two hours. Provider | AIA New Orleans $55

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Walking Tour—1.5 LU Hours

Located on the West Bank of the Mississippi River, this historic New Orleans neighborhood offers a spectacular view of the city’s skyline and French Quarter. The tour takes approximately 90 minutes.

Provider | AIA New Orleans

$55

ET106 Self-Guided Tour: Lower Garden District Walking Tour—1.5 LU Hours

The Lower Garden District (LGD) has a wealth of mid- to late-19th-century residences, especially Greek Revival and Italianate double-galleried houses. The tour takes approximately 90 minutes.

Walk through the famed French Quarter of New Orleans at your own pace and observe one of America’s oldest and most unique neighborhoods. Provider | AIA New Orleans $55

ET100 Up The Mighty Mississippi Bus/Walking Tour—5 LU Hours

This tour will visit Laura Plantation, where Louisiana historian Alcee Fortier recorded the African folk tale, “Br’er Rabbit.” On the opposite river bank, we will tour Houmas House, setting of the movie Hush … Hush Sweet Charlotte. Finally we will visit the often photographed Oak Alley, which was featured in the film, Interview With the Vampire, based on the book by New Orleans author Anne Rice. Includes lunch at Latil’s Landing. Provider | AIA New Orleans

Provider | AIA New Orleans $55

Wednesday, 8 a.m.–4 p.m., $175


FOR COMPLETE DETAILS

Go to www.aia.org/convention and access the Event and Seminar Search system to see program descriptions, learning objectives, and expanded speaker information. Search by program code, date, or speaker name.

ET109 ABCs of Education

ET112 Vieux Carré

ET115 L’Art et les Jardins

Bus/Walking Tour— 5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (5 GBCI)

Bus/Walking Tour—2 LU Hours

Bus/Walking Tour— 2.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (2.5 GBCI)

Provider | AIA New Orleans

Experience the charm of the French Quarter, the original walled City of New Orleans whose urban plan was prepared in 1721. Stroll the compact streets of this National Historic Landmark district, past the Cabildo, where the Louisiana Purchase transfer took place, through Jackson Square with the Pontalba buildings, and by St. Louis Cathedral and the Presbytère. Refreshments will be served in a historic courtyard.

Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m., $120

Provider | AIA New Orleans

ET110 IFRAA Tour: Sacred Places

ET112a Wednesday, 9–11:30 a.m., $80 ET112b Friday, 8–10:30 a.m., $80 ET112c Saturday, 8–10:30 a.m., $80

This day-long tour will focus on educational architecture in New Orleans, specifically on the architecture of three universities, an all-male high school, and a Catholic high and middle school. A box lunch is included. Special dietary requirements must be submitted in advance. Tour recommended by the AIA Committee on Architecture for Education.

Bus/Walking Tour—5 LU Hours

This day-long tour, sponsored by the Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art, and Architecture Knowledge Community, will visit three Louisiana places of worship— St. Jean Vianney Roman Catholic Church in Baton Rouge, The Healing Place Church, and First Baptist Church in New Orleans. Lunch is provided. Special dietary requirements must be submitted in advance. Providers | AIA Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art, and Architecure and AIA New Orleans Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m., $125

ET111 Garden District Bus/Walking Tour—2 LU Hours

Stroll through the elegant former City of Lafayette, established in the 1830s, view block after block of elegant 19th-century homes and their sub-tropical gardens, and visit a historic home and garden. The tour includes lunch at the world-famous Commander’s Palace. Provider | AIA New Orleans

ET111a Wednesday, 9–11:30 a.m., $70 ET111b Friday, 8–10:30 a.m., $70 ET111c Saturday, 8–10:30 a.m., $70

ET113 Katrina Recovery Bus/Walking Tour—2.5 HSW/LU Hours

This tour focuses on two Ninth Ward post-Katrina recovery projects—Make it Right and Musician’s Village. Make It Right is bringing back the neighborhood homeby-home, relying on local, national, and international architects who donated their designs for contemporary, sustainable single-family residences. The Musician’s Village, begun in 2006, now has over 70 single-family houses and five duplexes for low-income families and individuals. Provider | AIA New Orleans

ET113a Wednesday, 9 a.m.–noon, $75 ET113b Friday, 1:30–4:30 p.m., $75 ET113c Saturday, 2–5 p.m., $75

ET114 Swamp Eco Bus/Boat/Walking Tour— 2.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (2.5 GBCI)

The swamps and bayous that the pirate Jean Lafitte and his privateers called home are our destination for this tour. Journey the sluggish waters of the ecosystem that serves as the nursery for Gulf Coast fish, shellfish, fowl, and alligators. Provider | AIA New Orleans

ET114a Wednesday, 9 a.m.–1 p.m., $95 ET114b Friday, 1–5 p.m., $95

The Art and Gardens tour begins with a visit to City Park. City Park is one of the nation’s largest urban parks and boasts the largest collection of mature live oaks. The tour continues to the 1911 New Orleans Museum of Art and the five-acre Sidney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden, which contains 57 sculptures. Provider | AIA New Orleans

ET115a Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. CANCELLED

ET115b Thursday, 2:30–5:30 p.m., $90

ET116 Vieux Carré Historic Homes Bus/Walking Tour—3.5 LU Hours

This tour will visit four Vieux Carré 19th-century homes preserved as house museums: the 1831 Federal-style Hermann Grima House, the 1850 Italianate-style Pontalba row house, the 1826 Federal-style Beauregard-Keyes House, and the 1860 Italianate-style Gallier House. See how New Orleanians lived during the 19th-century, how architecture and interior design changed, and how preservation efforts have helped to save these landmarks. Provider | AIA New Orleans

ET116a Wednesday, 12:30–4:30 p.m., $95 ET116b Friday, 1:30–5:30 p.m., $95

ET117 Tout Ensemble Bus/Walking Tour—3 LU Hours

This orientation tour will explore the diverse and historic neighborhoods of the Big Easy, from uptown to downtown, from the banks of the mighty Mississippi to the shores of Lake Pontchartrain. Enjoy the charm of the Vieux Carré, the dueling oaks of City Park, voodoo-tainted Bayou St. John, St. Charles Avenue with its historic streetcar, and the skyscrapers of the modern city. The tour will include a brief visit to one of the Cities of the Dead. Provider | AIA New Orleans

ET117a Wednesday, 1–4 p.m., $80 ET117b Friday, 2–5 p.m., $80

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EDUCATIONAL TOURS ET118 Destrehan Manor

ET122 Islands of Saints and Sinners

ET126 Historic Hotels

Bus/Walking Tour—3 LU Hours

Bus/Walking Tour—3.5 LU Hours

Walking Tour—2.5 HSW/LU Hours

Tour this 1787 plantation house built for Robert Logny on the east bank of the Mississippi River by Charles Pacquet, a free man of color. This house combines Creole and American influences, including hand-hewn cypress timbers, bousillageentre-poteaux construction, and a West Indies-style roof.

Explore the interiors of six places of worship listed on the National Register, including the Gothic Revival Holy Name Roman Catholic Church, Christ Church Episcopal Cathedral, Rayne Memorial Methodist Church, the Byzantine Revival Touro Synagogue, the German Baroque St. Mary’s Assumption Roman Catholic Church, and the Wrightian Unity Temple.

This tour will focus on several historic downtown hotels, some constructed as hotels, and others adaptations of historic buildings. Included are the Roosevelt, Le Pavilion, Ritz Carlton, Renaissance Arts Hotel, Peré Marquette, the Whitney, International House, and Lafayette Hotel. Learn how facade servitudes and historic tax credits have helped to pay for hotel renovations.

Provider | AIA New Orleans

EDUCATIONAL TOURS

ET118a Wednesday, 1–5 p.m., $90 ET118b Thursday, 1:30–5:30 p.m., $90

Provider | AIA New Orleans Thursday, 1:30–5:30 p.m., $90

ET119 San Francisco Plantation

ET123 St. Bernard Parish

Bus/Walking Tour—3 LU Hours

Bus/Walking Tour— 3 HSW/SD/LU Hours (2.5 GBCI)

Tour this whimsical plantation house that was the setting for the 1952 novel, Steamboat Gothic, a title that aptly describes the style of this house. Completed in 1856, it was called “Sans Fruscins,” originally, meaning “without a penny in my pocket,” or “I spent every penny I had to construct my house.” The name was changed to San Francisco in 1879. Provider | AIA New Orleans

Located southeast of New Orleans, St. Bernard Parish was rendered uninhabitable by Hurricane Katrina, then five years later the BP oil spill fouled the wetlands of St. Bernard. This tour will observe parish storm recovery efforts, including coastal restoration, as well as infrastructure and capital improvements, including two new fire stations, Chalmette High School, and Joseph J. Davies Elementary.

ET120 Pitot House CANCELLED

ET121 Longue Vue House and Garden Bus/Walking Tour—2.5 LU Hours

Architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture merge seamlessly in this National Historic Landmark. This tour of one of America’s last great custombuilt estates will include themed gardens, European and American decorative and fine arts, twenty public rooms, and the interior design dioramas. Provider | AIA New Orleans

ET121a Wednesday, 1:30–4:30 p.m. CANCELLED ET121b Friday, 2–5 p.m. CANCELLED ET121c Saturday, 2–5 p.m., $85

Thursday, 2–5 p.m., $60

ET128 Audubon Zoological Gardens CANCELLED

ET129 City Park Bus/Walking Tour— 2.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (2.5 GBCI)

ET124 Saenger Theatre

Originally a plantation, the 1,300-acre City Park is today the sixth largest urban park in the United States. From the original 1891 master plan to the WPA plan to the current master plan, City Park 2018, the park has grown and evolved. We will visit the carousel, WPA botanical gardens, Pavilion of the Two Sisters, Sidney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden, and City Bark (a dog park).

CANCELLED

Provider | AIA New Orleans

ET125 For Art’s Sake

ET129a Thursday, 2:15–5:15 p.m. CANCELLED ET129b Friday, 1:45–4:45 p.m. CANCELLED ET129c Saturday, 2:15–5:15 p.m., $85

Provider | AIA New Orleans

ET119a Wednesday, 1–5 p.m., $90 ET119b Thursday, 1:30–5:30 p.m. CANCELLED

Provider | AIA New Orleans

Thursday, 1:30–5:30 p.m., $80

Walking Tour— 2.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (2.5 GBCI)

This tour will visit four Central Business District facilities dedicated to the arts: The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans School of Glass and Printmaking, and Gallery 432 and 432 Julia. Provider | AIA New Orleans Thursday, 2–5 p.m., $65

ET130 Downtown Living No. 1 Walking Tour—1.5 LU Hours

Tour Central Business District buildings that provide housing in the heart of the Big Easy. Among those visited will be 930 Poydras, a $55 million residential tower completed in 2010, and 200 Carondelet, a 1929 23-story Art Deco bank and office tower, converted into mixed-income apartments. Provider | AIA New Orleans Thursday, 2:30–4:30 p.m., $65

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EDUCATIONAL TOURS ET131 Self-Guided Tour: Moonlight and Magnolias

ET135 Three Rs: Restoration, Renovation, and Rehabilitation

ET141 Jackson Barracks and Chalmette Battlefield

Walking Tour—2 LU Hours

Walking Tour— 3.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (3.5 GBCI)

CANCELLED

Tour the Central Business District, and visit the Preservation Resource Center, St. Patrick’s, Gallier Hall, the 1914 Hale & Rogers-designed post office building, a warehouse converted to a children’s museum, and a warehouse converted to a hotel, as well as other intriguing and enlightening elements of New Orleans’ oldest suburb.

ET142 Downtown Living No. 2

Provider | AIA New Orleans

ET127 L.B. Landry High School

Visit historic courtyards in the Vieux Carré by candlelight on this self-guided tour. This is an exclusive and unique opportunity to peek behind the walls of French Quarter houses to see how locals live. Light refreshments will be provided. Provider | AIA New Orleans Thursday, 6–9 p.m., $70

ET132 Faubourg Marigny

EDUCATIONAL TOURS

Bus/Walking Tour—2 LU Hours

Faubourg Marigny, a walkable neighborhood with a distinctive European flair, offers coffee houses, boutiques, and restaurants, as well as entertainment venues. The architecture of the Marigny includes Creole cottages, Eastlake shotguns, and Greek Revival townhouses. We will visit four private residences: Claiborne Mansion (1859), Dolliole Cottage (1820), Broutin Cottage (1829), and Bouligny Cottage (1820). Provider | AIA New Orleans

ET132a Friday, 8–10:30 a.m., $80 ET132b Saturday, 8–10:30 a.m., $80

Friday, 1:30–5:30 p.m., $65

Walking Tour—2 LU Hours

Faubourg St. Mary, the first suburb of New Orleans, is today the Central Business District, an architectural gumbo of remarkable diversity. View adaptively re-used historic warehouses in the burgeoning arts and residential areas of downtown, as well as 19th- and 20th-century commercial buildings. Provider | AIA New Orleans Friday, 8:15–10:30 a.m., $60

ET134 Endangered Species CANCELLED

Bus/Walking Tour/NWA—2.5 LU Hours

Explore New Orleans’ “Cities of the Dead” and learn of local customs surrounding above-ground burials. Tour three historic cemeteries—St. Louis Cemeteries No. 2 (1824) and No. 3 (1854), and Metairie Cemetery (1872), and see the wall vaults, society tombs, grand monuments, and imposing mausoleums that are the final resting places of some of New Orleans’ most colorful and well-known citizens. Friday, 1:45–4:45 p.m., $85

ET138 Historic New Orleans Collection Bus/Walking Tour— 2.5 HSW/SD/LU Hours (2.5 GBCI)

Established in 1966 and dedicated to the study and preservation of the history and culture of New Orleans and the Gulf South, the Historic New Orleans Collection (HNOC) museum is housed in several French Quarter buildings. This tour will focus on its three most recent facilities: a 1915 Beaux Arts building at the Second City Court and Third District Police Station, the adjacent Annex, opened in 2007, and nestled between the two, the circa 1818 Perrilliat House. Provider | AIA New Orleans Friday, 2–5 p.m., $80

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ET143 Affordable Housing CANCELLED

CANCELLED

ET136 Cemeteries Tour

Provider | AIA New Orleans

ET133 Faubourg St. Mary

CANCELLED

ET144 War Museums Walking Tour—2.5 LU Hours

Tour two museums—one commemorating the Civil War and the other World War II—with a focus on the architecture. The National World War II Museum exhibits tell the political, social, economic, and military stories of the war. The visit includes a viewing of the Solomon Victory Theater’s Beyond All Boundaries. Nearby, Memorial Hall, the oldest museum in Louisiana, houses Civil War relics. This brick and terra cotta Romanesque-style structure is a city landmark and is listed on the National Register. Provider | AIA New Orleans Saturday, 2–5 p.m., $85


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GUEST TOURS

Unless otherwise noted, all tours will depart from and return to the tour departure area, located on Level 1 in Lobby D of the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. Please assemble in this area at least 15 minutes before the departure time to meet your tour guide. Tours leave promptly and refunds will not be provided for those who are late. GT100 Haunted New Orleans

GT103 Oak Alley Plantation

GT104 Historic Culinary Tour

Streetcar/Walking Tour

Bus/Walking Tour

Streetcar/Walking Tour

Often referred to as America’s most haunted city, New Orleans is the storied home to ghosts, vampires, and voodoo. Visit sites said to be haunted or that have macabre histories, and tour the city’s oldest cemetery where voodoo priestess Marie Laveau is buried. Be sure to bring your camera, as well as some garlic and perhaps a crucifix.

Often featured in movies and known especially for its magnificent alley of 28 oak trees, Oak Alley was built in 1839 for Jacques Roman, as designed by his fatherin-law Joseph Pilié. The house features 28 Tuscan columns supporting the encircling veranda. Oak Alley is the quintessential Southern plantation. Learn of this antebellum home’s history and the families who lived in it.

In a city known for fine food and great restaurants, this tour offers a sampling of the best the French Quarter has to offer. Immerse yourself in the history of New Orleans cuisine while learning how its distinctive flavors evolved from various ethnic influences. Learn the difference between Creole and Cajun cuisine at such establishments as Antoine’s, Tujaque’s, and Arnaud’s. Ride the Riverfront streetcar to and from the French Quarter.

GT100a Thursday, 9 a.m.–noon, $65 GT100b Friday, 9 a.m.–noon, $65

GT101 Laura Plantation Bus/Walking Tour

Travel back in time to Laura Plantation, completed in 1805 on land granted by Thomas Jefferson to Guillaume Duparc. Today, Laura boasts of 11 preserved National Register structures, including the slave cabin where the West-African folk tale of “Br’er Rabbit” was first recorded over 140 years ago. Laura is listed among the top 25 most popular house museums in the U.S. by the American Academy of Architecture and Design. GT101a Thursday, 9 a.m.–1 p.m., $85 GT101b Friday, 1–5 p.m. CANCELLED GT101c Saturday, 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m., $85

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GT103a Thursday, 1–5 p.m., $90 GT103b Friday, 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m., $90

GT102 Close Encounters CANCELLED

GT104a Thursday, 1:30–5:30 p.m., $90 GT104b Friday, 1:30–5:30 p.m., $90 GT104c Saturday, 1–5 p.m., $90 GT104d Thursday, 1–5 p.m., $90 GT104e Saturday, 1:30–5:30 p.m., $90

GT105 Krewe of Mardi Gras CANCELLED


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NETWORKING/ BUSINESS EVENTS Undoubtedly, one of the most important draws to any AIA event is the chance to network with other AIA members. At the end of the day, architecture is a business—our business—and making contacts and trading e-mail addresses can be just as important as designing your next project. A variety of networking events have been planned to amplify your opportunity to mix, mingle and socialize with your fellow architects during the convention.

NETWORKING/BUSINESS EVENTS

WEDNESDAY EV100 15th Annual Chancellor’s Cup Golf Open TPC Louisiana, 11001 Lapalco Boulevard Bus departs from the Hilton New Orleans Riverside Hotel at 6:30 a.m.

Join friends and colleagues at TPC Louisiana for the 15th Annual Chancellor’s Cup Golf Open. Located across the Mississippi River from New Orleans, TPC Louisiana is home to the state’s only PGA Tour event, the Zurich Classic. TPC is a perfect complement to the local ambiance— winding between the rolling hills, lush wetlands, and local cypress and oak trees. Proceeds from the tournament support the College of Fellows Latrobe Prize for architectural research. Open to all.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 346–347

This session will present the latest AIA research and efforts related to energy modeling skills and tools, and how you can begin to use energy modeling to assist with high-performance project design early in the design process. The outline for the AIA’s Practice Guide on Using Energy Modeling in the Design Process will be presented, as well as other education content and collaborations. Wednesday, 9 a.m.–noon

Board Community Committee Meeting—Invitation Only

Wednesday, 7:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m., $300 or $365 with club rental

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Belle Chase Room

2011 Architecture Schools Advancement Development Forum

2011 Strategic Direction Group (Communications) Meeting—Invitation Only

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 352

This forum will feature panel discussions and roundtables on issues facing university development officers. The objectives of the forum are to examine core fund-raising strategies, to exchange ideas of best practices, to evaluate particular challenges of architecture programs, and to develop new approaches to fund-raising and development opportunities. The forum will be a wonderful opportunity to network with your peers. Bring questions and ideas to share with your development colleagues. For information on how to register, visit the ACSA Web site, www.acsa-arch.org. Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m., $125

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EV101 Energy Modeling: What You Need To Know

Wednesday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Melrose Room Wednesday, 10 a.m.–noon

National Associates Committee Annual Meeting—Invitation Only Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 263 Wednesday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

AIA Technology in Architectural Practice Leadership Planning Meeting—Invitation Only Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 348–349 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.–3 p.m.

EV113 Citizen Architect Exchange Meeting Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 350–351

The Citizen Architect Exchange will provide a forum for AIA members to explore the varied roles of citizen architects and to create a network of engaged peers. The Citizen Architect Exchange serves to connect and to equip architects interested in developing and employing design and leadership skills in the civic arena. It is designed for members interested in community leadership, those who serve in appointed or elected positions, and those who are interested in serving as advocates for the profession to governments. Wednesday, 1–5 p.m.

EV103 AIA/CES Provider Workshop: Training on Trial Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Jefferson Room

For most learning professionals and organizations, training is on trial. The charge? Incurring expenses in excess of its value to the organization. Author Wendy Kirkpatrick will prepare you to effectively demonstrate how training is valuable to the bottom line of your business, so that you can enjoy a secure position regardless of economic fluctuations. A reception will follow featuring New Orleans–style cuisine. Open to AIA providers and those interested in joining the CES Provider Program. Wednesday, 1–7 p.m.


FOR COMPLETE DETAILS

Go to www.aia.org/convention and access the Event and Seminar Search system to see program descriptions, learning objectives, and expanded speaker information. Search by program code, date, or speaker name.

EV104 State Government Network Meeting

Board Knowledge Committee Meeting—Invitation Only

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 340–341

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Rosedown Room

District, then on to culinary icon Emeril Lagasse’s flagship restaurant, Emeril’s— named one of the city’s “Top 10 Restaurants” in 2010. Includes cocktails, wine, and beer.

Wednesday, 5–6:30 p.m.

Wednesday, 6–9 p.m., $195

EV105 AIA Technology in Architectural Practice BIM Awards Reception

EV109 Design + Dining: Commander’s Palace—A Garden District Treasure

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 335–336

Commander’s Palace, 1403 Washington Avenue (transportation not provided)

The AIA Technology in Architecture BIM Awards reception is an annual celebration of the BIM Awards program and its current recipients. The evening event is an opportunity for AIA members to network with peers while celebrating the best in BIM design.

Enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in a grand Southern mansion nestled in the heart of the Garden District before dinner at Commander’s Palace—an eye-catching Victorian landmark known across the globe for its award-winning food and convivial atmosphere. Modern and inventive New Orleans cooking joins Haute Creole cuisine in the hands of Executive Chef Tory McPhail. Includes dinner, cocktails, wine, and beer. Jackets required for men.

The AIA State Government Network will meet to discuss issues related to the state components. This event is open to SGN members only. Wednesday, 3–5 p.m.

EV115 TAP Revolution: Better Design and Higher Value Driven by Process Innovation and Technology Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 348–349

Join the AIA/TAP Revolution in New Orleans for a series of fast-paced interactive sessions. Owners will share their views about today’s emerging opportunities, and AIA BIM Award winners will present innovative processes that are revolutionizing the industry. Bring your ideas to this free event and learn what owners are looking for. Space is limited. Wednesday, 3–5:30 p.m.

EV106 Public Architects and Corporate Architects and Facility Management Reception World War II Museum, 945 Magazine Street (transportation not provided)

Join local and national AIA Committee of Corporate Architects and Facility Management and AIA Public Architects Committee members at the National World War II Museum for a hosted reception. Enjoy food and drinks in this stimulating environment, and meet clients and practitioners in public and corporate architecture. Wednesday, 5:30–7 p.m., $40

International Committee Advisory Group Meeting—Invitation Only Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Ascot/Newberry Room Wednesday, 3:30–6 p.m.

Wednesday, 5:30–8 p.m.

Caucus Moderator and Timer Briefing—Invitation Only

Friday, 7–10 p.m., $185 Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Durham Room Wednesday, 6–7 p.m.

EV114 Civic Engagement Reception Calcasieu, 930 Tchoupitoulas Street (transportation not provided)

The Civic Engagement Reception is an annual reception and networking event for civically engaged architects and those members who would like to become more civically engaged. This networking event allows members to speak with architects in elected and appointed positions, AIA leadership, community activists, and other Citizen Architects. Wednesday, 6–8 p.m.

EV110 Design + Dining: Galatoire’s Restaurant Without Waiting in Line Galatoire’s Restaurant, 209 Bourbon Street (transportation not provided)

The “no reservations” grand dame of New Orleans’ old-line restaurants, Galatoire’s has remained committed to culinary excellence for more than a century. Her rich tradition of serving authentic French Creole cuisine has raised consistency to an art form. Even after 100 years, ageless New Orleans favorites grace her menu just as they did in 1905. Includes dinner, cocktails, wine, and beer. Jackets required for men. Wednesday, 7–10 p.m., $150

EV108 Design + Dining: Emeril’s New Orleans—Hot and Hip in the Warehouse District

EV111 Design + Dining: Antoine’s Restaurant—The Bastion of Mardi Gras History

Emeril’s New Orleans, 800 Tchoupitoulas Street (transportation not provided)

Antoine’s Restaurant, 713 Rue Saint Louis (transportation not provided)

Experience the vibrant arts scene with an evening on Gallery Row in the heart of New Orleans’ Warehouse District. Start with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres at LeMieux, a notable art gallery in the dynamic Warehouse

Since 1840, world-renowned Antoine’s Restaurant has set the standard that made New Orleans one of the greatest dining centers of the world. For over 160 years, Antoine’s Restaurant’s excellent FrenchCreole cuisine, unmatched service, and

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NETWORKING/BUSINESS EVENTS delightful atmosphere have combined to create a magical dining experience for both locals and visitors to New Orleans. Includes dinner, cocktails, wine, and beer. Jackets required for men. Wednesday, 7–10 p.m., $195

EV112 Design + Dining: Wilkinson-Bruno House—An Elegant Evening Uptown 1015 S. Carrollton Avenue (Streetcar stop—Freret Street)

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YAF/COF Breakfast—Invitation Only

NAAB Focus Groups for Study of Higher Education in Architecture— Invitation Only

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 201

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 269

AIA Partner Summit—Invitation Only

Thursday, 6:30–8 a.m.

EV200 AIA Prayer Breakfast Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 342

The 1850 Wilkinson-Bruno House, a fine example of a New Orleans architectural genre called the “suburban villa,” is on the National Register of Historic Properties. Located on the streetcar line in the Carrollton neighborhood, beautiful gardens, patios, and pools surround the house. This relaxing and elegant evening event will feature a buffet of traditional Louisiana cuisine prepared by one of New Orleans’ finest chefs. Includes dinner, premium cocktails, wine, and beer. Casual dress.

Spend an hour acknowledging the presence of spirituality in your life and exploring the profound connection of that spirit in your work. Leaders from a variety of denominations and beliefs will be invited to share ideas and experiences and will lead us in reverential acknowledgement of divine grace in our lives. Thursday, 7–8 a.m., $50

Thursday, 7–8 a.m.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 333–334 Thursday, 7:30 a.m.–noon

NAAB Focus Groups for Study of Higher Education in Architecture— Invitation Only Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 269 Thursday, 10–11:30 a.m.

EV226 Green Codes Q&A: Bring Your IGCC Questions Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 346–347

AIA sustainability staff and volunteers will be available to answer your most pressing

Wednesday, 7–10 p.m., $170

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IGCC, CALGreen, and member education questions. Thursday, 10 a.m.–noon

EV227 How to Prepare for Your Move to International Practice

Recognition Program: Carol Kurth, FAIA; Dougherty & Dougherty Architects, LLP; and Shepley Bulfinch. Hear about their initiatives and what the jurors found impressive about their submissions. All are welcome. Sponsored by the AIA Board Diversity Council. Thursday, 11:30 a.m.–12:45 p.m.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 201

Organizations need to be aware of the benefits and pitfalls of international practice. This event will help you prepare your practice for the move to a foreign country. This includes identifying U.S. government support resources, AIA member resources, and others. Thursday, 10:30 a.m.–noon

EV201 Diversity Recognition Program Awards Presentation Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 345

EV202 Former Presidents and Spouses Luncheon—Invitation Only Muriel’s Jackson Square, 801 Cartres Street Buses depart from the tour departure area at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Noon–3 p.m.

Knowledge Community Leadership Forum—Invitation Only Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 348–349 Thursday, 12:30–2 p.m.

EV203 Small Firm Round Table Meeting Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 335–336

The AIA Small Firm Round Table will present a forum for those interested in learning about this group’s activities. A discussion of topics relevant to architects who work in small firms will immediately follow. See TH238 How Small Firms Can Establish an Online Presence. Thursday, 1–2 p.m.

Friends of Bill W. Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Fountain Room Thursday, 6–7 p.m.

NAAB Focus Groups for Study of Higher Education in Architecture— Invitation Only Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 269

Join us as we honor and celebrate the recipients of the third-annual AIA Diversity

Thursday, 1:30–3 p.m.


NETWORKING/BUSINESS EVENTS Continuing Education Systems Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Jefferson Room

Get an update on the improvements of the CES Discovery and the work of the Continuing Education Collaborative Task Force. CACE members only.

Latrobe’s on Royal, 403 Royal Street (transportation not provided)

Universal Design Roundtable Discussion—Invitation Only Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 352

Thursday, 5–7 p.m.

Thursday, 2–4 p.m.

EV208 Faith and Form/IFRAA International Religious Art and Architecture Awards

CACE Roundtable Discussion Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Napoleon Ballroom

Facilitated by the CACE Executive Committee, these engaging and interactive roundtable discussions are designed to share and exchange information and best practices. Participate in one of three discussions: Access to Information—The Best Methods of Organizing, Finding, Dispersing, and Receiving AIA Information; AMS—Next Steps in the netFORUM Upgrade; CES—Sharing Best Practices for Providing Quality Programming. CACE members only. Thursday, 2:30–3:30 p.m.

EV204 AIA Contract Documents Anniversary Celebration Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Booth 445

Visit the AIA Contract Documents booth for happy hour. Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the A201 Family and get a sneak peek of the new Contract Documents software.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 342

Religious buildings and spaces are bridges between the sacred and the secular. These structures range from small chapels to large complexes that include worship spaces, offices, and community outreach facilities to serve the community at large. Sacred space also extends on a grand scale to exterior memorials and cemeteries that openly embrace the city. The awards presentation/ reception will illustrate outstanding designs that represent the best of building, space, and art on national and international levels. Thursday, 6–7:30 p.m., $40

EV209 AIA Housing and AIA/HUD Secretary’s Awards Ceremony Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 346–347

Join the 2011 award recipients as we honor and celebrate excellence in housing and community design.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Hall E

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EV213 Women in Architecture Dinner Loews New Orleans Hotel, Ballroom II (transportation not provided)

Join us for this annual dinner that honors the role women play within the architecture profession. Expand your peer network, share opportunities and challenges, and sneak a peek at what’s planned for the Women’s Leadership Summit in September 2011. This year’s keynote, Kathy Achelpohl, AIA, is a principal at Kansas City–based BNIM, the recipient of the 2011 AIA Architecture Firm Award. All are welcome. Men are especially encouraged to attend. Sponsored by the AIA Board Diversity Council. Thursday, 6–9:15 p.m., $75

EV212 AIA Committee on the Environment Celebration and Top 10 Toast Basin St. Station, 501 Basin Street (transportation not provided)

Join AIA colleagues and allied professionals to toast the AIA/COTE 2011 Top 10 Green Projects Awards recipients at the 2011 AIA national convention. We are celebrating the 15th year of the Top 10 Green Projects Awards, this year’s superb jury, and the contributions of more than 9,000 AIA/COTE members and 65 state and local chapters who have helped make AIA/COTE an agent of change.

Thursday, 6–7:30 p.m. Thursday, 6:30–8:30 p.m., $25

Thursday, 3–4 p.m.

EV205 AIA Honors and Awards Ceremony

Committee members, overseas members, and others interested in international issues and practice will be hosted by Helen D. Hatch, FAIA, 2011 Chair, AIA International Committee. Thursday, 6:30–8 p.m.

The ArchiPAC Donor Reception is an event to celebrate the 2011 donors to ArchiPAC, the AIA’s only federal political action committee. The event is open to any AIA member that has invested in ArchiPAC in 2011, including those who contribute at the convention.

Thursday, 2–2:30 p.m.

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EV206 ArchiPAC “Beads and Bourbon” Donor Reception

EV210 New Fellows Reception Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Riverside Building, River Room

Since 1857, the American Institute of Architects has sought to raise the standards of architecture and public service by recognizing exceptional achievement among its members and friends. The honors and awards presented reaffirm the importance of design excellence and the current values of the profession, and they express the commitment to create environments that enhance the quality of life for all people. Join this year’s recipients as we celebrate excellence!

Come and enjoy getting reacquainted with colleagues and friends from near and far. All proceeds go to the AIA College of Fellows Fund, in support of the Latrobe Prize for research.

Thursday, 4–5:30 p.m.

This reception for all international guests of the Institute, AIA officers, International

Thursday, 6–8 p.m., $75

EV211 International Committee Reception Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Versailles Ballroom

EV214 AIA Small Project Practitioners and AIA Custom Residential Architects’ Network Party Ogden Museum, 925 Camp Street (transportation not provided)

Enjoy an evening with your peers in an intimate setting at a local venue. The two knowledge communities share much in common—many custom residential designers work in small practices, and many small projects are residential. The party will provide opportunities for networking, collaboration, and sharing of best practices on an informal basis. Thursday, 7–9 p.m., $35


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Best Restaurants.” Includes dinner, cocktails, wine, and beer.

Calcasieu, 930 Tchoupitoulas Street (transportation not provided)

EV218 Design + Dining: Galatoire’s Restaurant Breaks Out

Join the AIA Committee on Design (COD) and their special guests—recipients of the Gold Medal, Firm Award, Honorary Fellows, Collaborative Achievement, and the Twenty-five Year Award—for a festive evening to celebrate the design achievements of these honored individuals. The event will be held at Calcasieu, James Beard Award–winning Chef Donald Link’s latest addition to his family of restaurants. Calcasieu showcases contemporary Louisiana cuisine, eclectic wines, and excellent service. Appetizers, light dinner, beer, and wine included. Cash bar available. Live music by New Orleans Jazz Vipers. Thursday, 7–10 p.m., $90

EV216 Design + Dining: Arnaud’s Restaurant— Mardi Gras Madness! Arnaud’s Restaurant, 813 Rue Bineville (transportation not provided)

Located steps off of Bourbon Street in the heart of the French Quarter, Arnaud’s offers classic Creole cuisine and exemplary service in beautifully restored turn of the century dining rooms. Enjoy cocktails in the Germaine Cazenave Wells Mardi Gras Museum, named for successor and daughter of Count Arnaud. After dinner, the fun continues on the balcony when Bourbon Street comes alive. Tossing beads to the crowd below may be as close to Mardi Gras as you’ll get in May! Includes cocktails, wine, and beer before and during dinner. Cash bar after dinner. EV216a Thursday, 7–10 p.m., $190 EV216b Saturday, 7–10 p.m., $190

EV217 Design + Dining: Restaurant August— The New Tradition Restaurant August, 301 Tchoupitoulas Street (transportation not provided)

August is located in an historic four-story “French-Creole” building dating from the 1800s. The interior is rich with original architectural details, such as gleaming hardwood floors, soaring columns, mahogany paneling, and antique mirrors. The cuisine is contemporary French with a focus on fresh ingredients. In 2009, Food Arts awarded Chef John Besh its Silver Spoon Award, and Gourmet Magazine included August in its “Guide to America’s

Thursday, 7–10 p.m., $195

Galatoire’s Restaurant, 209 Bourbon Street (transportation not provided)

The grand dame of New Orleans’ old-line restaurants, Galatoire’s has remained committed to culinary excellence for more than a century. Her rich tradition of serving authentic French Creole cuisine has raised consistency to an art form. The menu will feature New Orleans favorites with a contemporary twist and wine pairings to complement the meal. Includes dinner, cocktails, wine, and beer. Jackets required for men. Thursday, 7–10 p.m., $180

EV219 Design + Dining: St. Charles Avenue Residence—Louisiana Landmark 4717 St. Charles Avenue (Streetcar stop—Bordeaux Street)

St. Charles Avenue has been described as “The Jewel of America’s Grand Avenues.” The evening’s setting, a classic example of Romanesque Revival, serves to anchor the right to that title. The evening will feature a buffet of traditional Louisiana cuisine prepared by one of New Orleans’ finest chefs in an elegant setting—a rare opportunity to enjoy true, gracious living from l9th century New Orleans. Includes dinner, cocktails, wine, and beer. Business Casual. Thursday, 7–10 p.m., $200

EV220 Design + Dining: Modern Family Living Uptown 1931 State Street (Streetcar stop—State Street)

This renovated Georgian-style home offers a distinctive and daring aesthetic progression of colors, furniture, and art. The fabulous private art collection is displayed without pretension, and it integrates into the home subtly and comfortably. This not-to-be-missed evening will feature a buffet of contemporary Louisiana cuisine prepared by one of New Orleans’ finest chefs in a relaxed setting. Includes dinner, premium cocktails, wine, and beer. Business casual. Thursday, 7–10 p.m., $175

EV224 National Associates Committee/ Young Architects Forum Emerging Professionals Reception Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Belle Chase Room

Network with the profession’s young leaders—Emerging Professionals. Meet NAC Regional Associate Directors and YAF Regional Liaisons. Celebrate the achievements of the Jason Pettigrew ARE Scholarship recipients and the 2011 YAF/COD Ideas Competition winners. Thursday, 8–9:30 p.m.

EV225 American Institute of Architecture Students/Graphisoft Nightcap Reception Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Melrose Room

This is a fun, high-energy, yet casual meeting time for students and professionals to share a cocktail and to socialize a bit. There will be entertainment to help ease the way into the evening’s winding-down activities. Thursday, 9–10:30 p.m., $25

FRIDAY NAAB Focus Groups for Study of Higher Education in Architecture— Invitation Only Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 269 Friday, 6:30 a.m.–8 a.m.

EV301 Shadow an Architect Program Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 335–336

You can make a difference in the life of a young student! Be a mentor for the day to school students from the New Orleans area who have an interest in architecture. Guide them to the Diversity Lounge, the AIAS Lounge, and onto the expo floor, and answer their questions about architecture and the architecture profession. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with the next generation of up-and-coming architects! Sponsored by the AIA Board Diversity Council. Friday, 9 a.m.–3:30 p.m.


NETWORKING/BUSINESS EVENTS NAAB Focus Groups for Study of Higher Education in Architecture— Invitation Only

EV303 Interior Architecture Annual Roundtable

EV306 AIA Historic Resources Committee Luncheon

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 269

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 333–334

Calcasieu, 930 Tchoupitoulas Street (transportation not provided)

The AIA Interior Architecture Knowledge Community invites all members currently active or interested in the practice of interior architecture to join this annual forum between advisory group leaders and Interior Architecture Knowledge Community (IAKC) members. This roundtable forum will be an opportunity to explore topics pertinent to interior architecture practice, to identify key areas of concern affecting interior architecture design practices, and to discuss strategies related to how the AIA can assist in addressing these concerns.

The AIA Historic Resources Committee Luncheon will be held at Calcasieu, a new private event facility located in the Historic Warehouse District. Chef Donald Link, a James Beard Award winner, prepares contemporary Louisiana cuisine. Scott Bernhard, AIA, Director of the Tulane City Center and Mintz Professor of Architecture at the Tulane School of Architecture, will share his insights into the unique architectural heritage of New Orleans and his analysis of the city’s recovery and the future of its cultural legacy.

Friday, 10–11:30 a.m.

EV300 AIA Committee on the Environment, AIA Large Firm Round Table, AIA Small Firm Round Table, and AIA Sustainability Member Education Program Update

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Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Melrose Room

This informal meeting will provide an AIA sustainability update for all related sustainabilty committee members and firm representatives. AIA sustainabilty staff will be on hand with the latest information on green code education, collaborations, and USGBC/GBCI-related coordination efforts. Friday, 10 a.m.–noon

Associate Directors Roundtable Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 348–349

Associate Directors from state, regional and local AIA boards are invited to discuss their best practices related to emerging professionals programs. Friday, 10 a.m.–noon

EV304 International Presidents’ Forum Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 340–341

The International Presidents’ Forum (IPF) will feature a discussion among the presidents of architects’ associations and other international guests of the Institute, collaterals, and International Committee members, focusing on pre-selected international issues. Open to all. Friday, 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Young Architects Forum Advisory Committee Meeting—Invitation Only Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 214

Associate Directors of State, Regional Boards are invited to attend this. Friday, 10 a.m.–1 p.m.

EV302 AIA Custom Residential Architects’ Network Forum Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 345

Custom Residential Architects’ Network (CRAN) is the AIA Residential Knowledge Community’s most active and fastest growing subcommittee. This event is an opportunity to learn about CRAN, its history, current initiatives, and how you can become involved. A significant portion of this session will be dedicated to a moderated, open forum that will give those in attendance the opportunity to discuss issues facing residential practitioners, to share insights gained from practice, and to generate ideas as content for future CRAN activities. Friday, 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

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Friday, 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

EV305 Former Chancellors Lunch—Invitation Only Arnaud’s Restaurant, 813 Rue Bineville Buses depart from the tour departure area at 10:30 a.m.

Invitation only event for former College of Fellows chancellors and spouses. Friday, 10:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.

EV316 Codes and Standards Community Networking Lunch

Friday, 11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m., $65

EV307 Practice Management Lunch: Thriving in a Tough Economy and a Look to the Future CANCELLED

CACE Luncheon Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Grand Salon 7 and 10

Enjoy good food, good company, and good conversation. There will also be a sneak peak of this year’s CACE Annual Meeting, August 10–13 in Philadelphia at the Loews Hotel. CACE members only. Friday, Noon–1:45 p.m.

National Associates Committee Elections Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 348–349 Friday, Noon–2 p.m.

EV308 New Fellows Box Lunch—Invitation Only Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 346–347

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Fountain Room

The AIA is a resource to help advocate for, develop, adopt, and implement new and existing building codes. Please join your forward-thinking colleagues and AIA staff to learn about how you can become more involved in the code development process and for an evening of lively discussion, debate, camaraderie, networking, and fun. Friday, 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m., $10

New Fellows will depart for the Touro Synagogue immediately following the lunch. Friday, 12:30–2 p.m.

EV309 International Presidents’ Luncheon Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 342

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collateral organizations will gather for a luncheon. Hosted by Jeffery Potter, FAIA, 2012 AIA President-elect. Open to all. Friday, 12:30–2 p.m., $45

AIAS Student Convocation Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 201 Friday, 1–2 p.m.

NAAB Focus Groups for Study of Higher Education in Architecture— Invitation Only Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 269 Friday, 1:30–3 p.m.

EV311 Investiture Ceremony

EV314 Host Chapter Party: The Revolution

Touro Synagogue, 4238 St. Charles Ave. Buses depart from the tour departure area between 3–3:15 p.m.

World War II Museum, 945 Magazine Street A continuous shuttle will depart from all convention hotels beginning at 6:45 p.m. The last bus departs from the WWII Museum at 10:30 p.m.

The AIA College of Fellows, founded in 1952, is composed of members of the Institute who are elected to Fellowship by a jury of their peers. Elevation to Fellowship recognizes the achievements of these architects and their contributions to architecture and society. It is one of the highest honors the AIA can bestow upon a member. Join us at the Touro Synagogue as we welcome the Class of 2011 into the College of Fellows. Reception immediately follows.

Documents Revenue Share Task Force

Friday, 4–6 p.m.

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Jefferson Room

EV312 LGBT Reception

Update/discussion regarding the Documents Revenue Share Task Force. CACE members only. Friday, 2–2:30 p.m.

EV310 Open Member International Forum Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 350–351

Open forum for all members living overseas, practicing overseas, or interested in international practice. Hosted by Thomas Vonier, FAIA, RIBA, AIA International Director. Friday, 2–3 p.m.

Eiffel Society, 2040 St. Charles Avenue Buses depart from the tour and event departure area at 4:45 p.m. and return at 7:15 p.m.

Celebrate the diversity of the architecture profession, expand your peer network, and share challenges and opportunities within the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender community at this always popular event. All are welcome. Sponsored by the AIA Board Diversity Council. Friday, 5–7 p.m., $30

Whole Building Commissioning and High Performance Buildings

CACE Roundtable Discussion

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 346–347

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Napoleon Ballroom

Friday, 5:30–7 p.m.

Facilitated by the CACE Executive Committee, these engaging and interactive roundtable discussions are designed to share and exchange information and best practices. Participate in one of three discussions: Hanley Wood Partnership— How CACE Can Interface and Become Involved; Leadership Programs—Effective Leadership Programs that Work; The Weave—Learn More About the Value of Using the “Weave” As a Strategic Planning Tool and How It Has Helped Chapters Meet Short-and-Long Term Planning Goals From Early Adopters CACE members only. Friday, 2:30–3:30 p.m.

New Orleans knows how to throw a party, and this year The Revolution is not to be missed. It will happen in the four-story atrium of the Louisiana Memorial Pavilion of the National World War II Museum, which houses vintage aircraft and military vehicles, as well as New Orleans’ famous contribution to the war effort, the Andrew Higgins landing craft. The D-Day exhibit, two stories of state-of-the-art museum displays depicting the Great War, offers a quiet, educational break from The Revolution. Renowned Chef John Besh has created a menu featuring nostalgic themes with contemporary culinary inspirations. Food from the Golden Age of the Greatest Generation, Louisiana culinary delights, and, of course, call-brand liquors will be served. Deacon John, the legendary guitarist, vocalist, and bandleader, will lead The Revolution. Deacon, famous for four decades and seen recently on the HBO series, Tremé , will perform the music of rhythm and blues, swing, Motown, and the British invasion, including a Jimi Hendrix tribute. Deacon John and the Ivories will be joined by Ingrid Lucia of the Flying Neutrinos. Join The Revolution! For an additional $5, party guests will be able to enjoy a 4D cinematic experience. Beyond All Boundaries is a 42-minute movie produced by Tom Hanks and Phil Hettema that immerses the audience in the story and experience of World War II on all fronts, from Pearl Harbor to America’s final victory.

Friends of Bill W.

Friday, 7–10 p.m., $90 On-site

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Fountain Room

EV315 The Big Easy Dance Party: Laissez Les Bon Temps Roulez

Friday, 6–7 p.m.

Gold Medalist Reception AIA New Orleans, 1000 St. Charles Avenue (transportation not provided) Friday, 6–7 p.m.

EV313 Richard Upjohn Reception—Invitation Only Van Benthuysen Elms Mansion & Gardens, 3029 St. Charles Avenue Buses depart from the tour departure area at between 5:30–6 p.m. and return at 7:45 p.m. Friday, 6–8 p.m.

Old New Orleans Rum, 2815 Frenchman Street Buses depart from the Tour Departure area at 8:10 p.m. and return at 10:15 p.m.

Students, interns, and young architects— laissez les bon temps roulez! Continue to network with peers from across the country as you meet, mingle, and dance the night away in the Big Easy. This is an event not to be missed! Limited open bar and hors d’ouevres are included in the ticket price. Sponsored by the AIA Board Diversity Council. Friday, 8:30–10 p.m., $35


NETWORKING/BUSINESS EVENTS SATURDAY College of Fellows Regional Representatives Breakfast—Invitation Only Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 264 Saturday, 7–8 a.m.

EV400 Demystifying Fellowship

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Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 269

Fellowship is one of the highest honors the American Institute of Architects can bestow upon a member. An architect seeking elevation to Fellowship may wonder how the nomination process works, how to choose a sponsor, and what the Jury of Fellows may be looking for. This program will help explain some of the parameters involved in the Fellowship application and elevation process. Saturday, 8:30–10 a.m.

Contract Documents Sales Meeting Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Grand Salon 7 and 10

An overview of the current business and upcoming developments from the AIA Contract Documents team as well as the opportunity to discuss related topics important to your component. CACE members only.

EV401 Richard Upjohn Fellows Spouses Luncheon—Invitation Only Windsor Court Hotel, Grill Room, 300 Gravier Street Buses depart from the tour departure area at 11 a.m.

Invitation only luncheon for Richard Upjohn Fellows spouses, with a special guest speaker.

EV402 College of Fellows Annual Business Meeting and Lunch Windsor Court Hotel, La Chinoiserie Room, 300 Gravier Street Buses depart from the tour departure area at 11 a.m.

The annual business meeting is an opportunity for current and new Fellows to network, to conduct the business of the College, including the election of a vice chancellor and secretary, to review reports for the College finances, and to hear about the current Latrobe Prize. Saturday, 11:30 a.m.–2 p.m., $75

CES Refresher Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Grand Salon 7 and 10

Annual AIA-JIA Meeting

Saturday, 12:30–1:30 p.m.

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 214

EV403 Multicultural Fellows and Whitney M. Young Jr. Award Reception

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Grand Salon 13 and 16

The NCARB Intern Development Program (IDP) dictates the pathway to licensure and impacts the daily lives of our associates and their mentors and firms. Harry Falconr Jr., AIA, Director, Intern Development Program at NCARB will brief us on the current IDP program, its history, and its implications. For CACE members only. Saturday, 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Sheraton New Orleans Hotel, Rhythms Ballroom 1, 500 Canal Street (transportation not provided)

Formerly known as the Minority Fellows Reception. Celebrate the advancement of minority members recently inducted into the College of Fellows, as well as the 2011 Whitney M. Young Jr. Award recipient. Expand your peer network and share challenges and opportunities at this popular event. All Fellows and convention attendees are welcome. Sponsored by the AIA Board Diversity Council. Saturday, 5–6:30 p.m., $30

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Saturday, 5:15–6:15 p.m.

Friends of Bill W. Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Fountain Room Saturday, 6–7 p.m.

Saturday, 10:30–11:30 a.m.

IDP Briefing

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Newberry Room

Saturday, 11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m., $50

This refresher course will cover rules for CES Providers and the sharing of best practices on how to comply. CACE members only.

Saturday, 11 a.m.–noon

President’s Reception—Invitation Only

Convocation Dinner Sheraton New Orleans Hotel, Napoleon Ballroom, 500 Canal Street Transportation provided from the Hilton New Orleans Riverside Hotel to the Sheraton beginning at between 5:45–6 :30 p.m. and return between 10–11:30 p.m.

Convocation is a time to celebrate the successes of our colleagues as they join the College of Fellows. Join your colleagues and guests at the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel for a black-tie celebration reception and dinner honoring the newly elevated fellows, with wonderful food, great music, dancing, and fellowship. Saturday, 6–11 p.m., $210

EV404 Design + Dining: K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen—The Start of a Culinary Revolution K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen, 416 Chartres Street (transportation not provided)

Cocktails at a private French Quarter museum will precede dinner in the intimate, climate-controlled courtyard of world famed K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen. Chef Paul Prudhomme has propelled the distinctive cuisine of his native Louisiana into the international spotlight and continues to push the limits by creating exciting and new American and international dishes. Enjoy a Cajun martini! Includes dinner, cocktails, wine, and beer. Saturday, 7:30–10:30 p.m., $195


For complete convention information, visit www.aia.org/convention

While in New Orleans, join the “volunteer” revolution. Interested? Send an e-mail to expohelp@aia.org and let us know which opportunity intrigues you and when you’d like to volunteer your time while at the convention. Thank you! HANDSON NEW ORLEANS www.handsonneworleans.org Availability: May 10, 11, and 16 Time Commitment: Full- and half-day opportunities Size of Groups: Up to 250 volunteers in one day on one work site Cost: Suggested donation based on size of group. A deposit is due when the agreement is signed.

HandsOn New Orleans is experienced creating customized volunteer opportunities for groups. They routinely provide volunteer opportunities that benefit schools and students—from beautification projects such as interior/exterior painting to building picnic tables. The organization also assigns beautification projects in residential neighborhoods. There is no minimum or maximum age requirement for volunteers. Children can participate if they are accompanied by a parent or guardian. All volunteers will be asked to sign waivers before work begins. Meals and transportation to and from work sites are not provided. Water and first aid will be provided.

PRESERVATION RESOURCE CENTER—REBUILDING TOGETHER NEW ORLEANS www.prcno.org

NEW ORLEANS OPERATION HELPING HANDS—CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF NEW ORLEANS www.ccano.org

Availability: May 10, 11, 15, and 16 Time Commitment: 8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.; half-day sessions can be accommodated Size of Groups: Up to 100 volunteers; the group would be placed at different project sites around the city Cost: $100 per volunteer pays for insurance and materials (e.g., safety equipment)

Availability: Available May 10, 11, 15, and 16 Time Commitment: Full-day events only Size of Groups: Groups can be accommodated; the exact number is dependent upon the project Cost: No suggested donation

Preservation Resource Center guts and renovates houses at various sites in New Orleans. They offer volunteer opportunities that are very hands-on—providing convention attendees the feeling of rebuilding New Orleans. The assignments may consist of tasks such as interior or exterior painting, laying flooring, light carpentry, or landscaping. Participants must be at least 18 years of age. You must have had a Tetanus shot within the last 10 years. Meals and transportation to and from work sites are not provided.

Throughout New Orleans and Orleans Parish, volunteers with Operation Helping Hands assist with exterior painting and interior renovation programs. Participants must be 16 or older. A current Tetanus shot is required. Volunteers must sign waivers and hold harming documents. Meals and transportation to and from work sites are not provided.

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AIA COMPONENT, ALUMNI, AND AFFILIATE EVENTS

AIA COMPONENT, ALUMNI, AND AFFIL CALIFORNIA

FLORIDA/CARIBBEAN

MIDDLE ATLANTIC

2011 AIA California Council Fellows Reception

AIA Florida/Caribbean Region Reception

Howard University HBCU Architecture Alumni Reception

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Grand Salon 7 and 10

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Jasperwood Room

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Jasperwood Room

Friday, 6:30–8:30 p.m.

Saturday, 6–7 p.m.

Thursday, 6–9 p.m.

California Breakfast Caucus Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Belle Chase Room Thursday, 7–8 a.m.

SCI-Arc Alumni and Friends Event Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, 400a Julia Street Thursday, 6–9 p.m.

University of California, Berkley Alumni Reunion Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Windsor Room Thursday, 6–8 p.m.

University of Maryland Alumni Reception GULF STATES AIA Gulf States Region Reception and Design Awards

Friday, 6–8 p.m.

NEW ENGLAND

Auburn University Alumni and Friends Reception, Sponsored by Modicum

Massachusetts Insitute of Technology Alumni Reception

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Grand Salon 3

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Newberry Room

Thursday, 6–8 p.m.

Friday, 6–7 p.m.

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Grand Salon 6 Thursday, 6–8 p.m.

AIA Central States Region, Iowa State University, Kansas State University, Oklahoma State University, University of Kansas, University of Oklahoma, and Washington University Reception

ILLINOIS

Preservation Resource Center, 923 Tchoupitoulas Street

Illinois Institute of Technology

Thursday, 5:30–7:30 p.m.

Thursday, 5–7 p.m.

Drury University Hammons School of Architecture Alumni and Friends Reception

University of Illinois Alumni Reception

Mulate’s Restaurant, 201 S. Julia Street

Napoleon House, 500 Chartres Street

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Elmwood Room Thursday, 6–8 p.m.

Thursday, 7–9 p.m.

Washington University in St. Louis Architecture Alumni Reception

MICHIGAN

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Oak Alley Room

University of Michigan Alumni Reception

Saturday, 4–6 p.m.

St. Joseph Rebuild Center, 1802 Tulane Avenue Thursday, 6–7:30 p.m.

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Thursday, 6–7 p.m.

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Grand Salon 3 and 6

University of Arkansas Reunion CENTRAL STATES

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Trafalgar Room


IATE EVENTS NEW YORK

NORTHWEST AND PACIFIC

OHIO VALLEY

AIA New York State Regional Lunch

AIA Seattle AIA+2030 Component Orientation

AIA Ohio Valley Region Breakfast

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Newberry Room Thursday, 12:45–1:45 p.m.

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Elmwood Room

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Elmwood Room Thursday, 7–8 a.m.

Wednesday, 11:30 a.m.–7 p.m.

Cornell University Alumni Reception

AIA Ohio Valley Region Reception

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Grand Salon 13

AIA Washington Council Board Meeting

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Magnolia Room

Thursday, 6–8 p.m.

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Grand Salon 19 and 20

Friday, 6:30–7:30 p.m.

Rennsselaer Alumni Reception

Thursday, 2–5 p.m.

Ball State University CAP Alumni Reception

AIA Washington Council Reception

Hilton, Grand Salon 7

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Grand Salon 19 and 20

Thursday, 6:30–8:30 p.m.

Lüke, 333 St. Charles Avenue Friday, 5–7 p.m.

NORTH CENTRAL STATES AIA Minesota and University of Minnesota Reception Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Rosedown Room Thursday, 6–7:30 p.m.

Thursday, 6–10 p.m.

Kent State University Alumni and Friends Reception

University of Washington Alumni Reception

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Magnolia Room

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Norwich Room

Thursday, 6–8 p.m.

Thursday, 6–8 p.m.

University of Kentucky Reception Gordon Biersch New Orleans, 200 Poydras Street Thursday, 6:30–9 p.m.

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AIA COMPONENT, ALUMNI AND AFFILIATE EVENTS University of Notre Dame Alumni Reception

North Carolina State University Alumni and Friends Reception

Arrizona State University Alumni Reception

Blitch Knevel Architects’ Apartment, 922 Chartres Street

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Grand Salon 16

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Grand Salon 10

Thursday, 5:30–7:30 p.m.

Thursday, 6–8 p.m.

Thursday, 6:30–8:30 p.m.

PENNSYLVANIA

TEXAS

AFFILIATES

AIA Pennsylvania Fellows and Alumni Reception

Rice University Alumni Reception

National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) Louisiana Jazz Reception

AIA COMPONENT, ALUMNI, AND AFFILIATE EVENTS

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Belle Chase Room

Arnaud’s Restaurant, 813 Rue Bienville Thursday, 6–7 p.m.

Friday, 6:30–8 p.m.

AIA Pennsylvania Regional Delegate Lunch Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Oak Alley Room

Texas Society of Architects/ AIA Texas Trail Break

Thursday, 6–8:30 p.m.

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Elmwood Room

Federation of Institutes of Korean Architects Promotion Dinner for 2017 UIA Congress Seoul

Friday, 6–7:30 p.m.

Thursday, 12:30–3 p.m.

Texas Tech University Alumni Reception SOUTH ATLANTIC AIA South Atlantic Region Council Meeting Hilton, Jasperwood Room Thursday, 7–8:15 a.m.

AIA South Atlantic Region Fellows Reception

Renaissance Arts Hotel, Art Gallery, 700 Tchoupitoulas Street

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Newberry Room Thursday, 6:30–9 p.m.

University of Texas at Austin Alumni and Friends Reception

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Oak Alley Room Friday, 7–9 p.m.

Naval Facilities Engineering Command NAVFAC Architects Symposium Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 218 Tuesday, 7 a.m.–5 p.m.

AOS Showroom, 400 Poydras Street, Suite 1700 Thursday, 7–9 p.m.

U.S. AIR FORCE

Hilton, Ascot Room Friday, 6:30–8 p.m.

Air Force Architects Symposium WESTERN MOUNTAIN

AIA South Carolina, Clemson Addvancement Foundation, and Clemson University Reception

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Room 217

AIA Western Mountain Region Business Meeting

Tuesday, 7 a.m.–5 p.m.

The Roosevelt Hotel, Sazerac Bar, 123 Baronne Street

Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Belle Chase Room

Thursday, 6:30–8:30 p.m.

Friday, 6:45 a.m.–8 a.m.

US. Army Corps of Engineers 2011 Architects’ Community of Practice Workshop Omni Royal Orleans Hotel, 621 St. Louis Street Tuesday, 7:30 a.m.–6 p.m.

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AIA EXPO2011 KEY EXPO INFORMATION 122 EXHIBITOR ALPHA LISTING 124 EXHIBITOR BY PRODUCT CATEGORY 192

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KEY EXPO INFORMATION

KEY EXPO INFORMATION

AIA EXPO2011 HOURS

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Thursday 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Friday 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m.–2 p.m.

AIA EXPO2011 PAVILIONS

FEDERAL AGENCY CONNECTION

Find exhibitors easily and efficiently in the six AIA Expo2011 concentrated product pavilions. ■ Pro AV (sponsored by Pro AV ) ■ Interiors (sponsored by Residential Architect) ■ Lighting (sponsored by Architectural Lighting ) ■ Metal (sponsored by metalmag ) ■ Stone and Tile (sponsored by Stone World) ■ Software and Technology

The federal government spends more than $3 billion on design and construction annually, offering architects countless contracting opportunities. The Federal Agency Connection at AIA Expo2011 is your key to that lucrative design marketplace. The Federal Agency Connection offers you two ways to get the inside scoop on entering the marketplace: ■ Schedule a one-on-one information session with key agency personnel. ■ Attend continuing education sessions with public—and privatesector experts on how to make the most of this contracting opportunity. Participating agencies include the U.S. General Services Administration, U.S. Department of State, U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and U.S. Postal Service. Don’t miss your chance to meet the key personnel who design and build for the federal government and attend CES-eligible classes right on the expo floor. See continuing education programs FA100–FA110 on page 94.

AIA NEW ORLEANS STORE AND LOUNGE Come experience the flavor of New Orleans at the AIA New Orleans Store and Lounge. Take a break from the frenetic pace of the convention in our lounge area. Meet local artists and authors and learn more about the rich and culturally diverse history of art and architecture in our city. Chat with local architects and find out what the New Orleans design scene is all about.

AIA TOWN HALL In livable communities, the town hall is the centerpiece of discourse and debate. At the AIA convention, it also represents a respite—a place where colleagues can meet and come together. Situated at one end of The Avenue, the AIA Town Hall provides an opportunity to meet members of the AIA National component staff. Learn more about the variety of products and professional services available to customize and maximize your AIA membership. Our presentation theater will offer programs and training workshops, including Google SketchUp. Delegates come to the Town Hall to get accredited and vote. Discover the AIA resources that bring real value to your membership.

Naval Facilities Engineering Command U.S. General Services Administration U.S. Air Force U.S. Department of State United States Postal Service Department of Veterans Affairs

Booth 3807 Booth 3911 Booth 3811 Booth 3805 Booth 3801 Booth 3901


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NEW ORLEANS You can take a pass on the French Quarter but don’t pass up these inspiring interviews. THURSDAY, MAY 12TH, 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM JOSHUA PRINCE-RAMUS of REX will discuss recent work including: AT&T Performing Arts Center, Dee & Charles Wyly Theatre in Dallas.

BRAD CLOEPFIL of Allied Works Architecture will discuss recent work including: Museum of Art & Design in New York and Clyfford Still Museum in Denver.

MARION WEISS AND MICHAEL MANFREDI of Weiss / Manfredi will discuss recent work including: Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle and Diana Center at Barnard College in New York.

FRIDAY, MAY 13TH, 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM JAMES TIMBERLAKE of KieranTimberlake will discuss the role of the architectural firm in raising and educating a new generation of architects, plus the application of research in architectural practice.

LAWRENCE SCARPA of Brooks and Scarpa, will discuss his obsession with pattern-making in design.

STOP BY BOOTH 619 FOR FULL LINEUP OF ARCHITECT INTERVIEWS.

MCGRAW HILL CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECT’S SCHEDULED APPEARANCE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.

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EXHIBITOR LISTING 3A COMPOSITES USA, INC. 1553

AACER FLOORING 2065

136 Fairview Road, Ste. 300 Mooresville, NC 28117 sandy.roberts@3acomposites.com 704-658-3522

970 Ogden Rd. Peshtigo, WI 54157 aacermarketing@aacerflooring.com 877-582-1181

www.3acompositesusa.com

www.aacerflooring.com

ACME BRICK COMPANY 3563

3M 118

ABATRON, INC. 3128

3M Center Building 223-2N-21 St. Paul, MN 55144-1000 bjlarock1@mmm.com 651-733-1110

5501 95th Ave. Kenosha, WI 53144 richard@abatron.com 262-653-2000

P.O. Box 425 Fort Worth, TX 76101 bocallaghan@ibpglassblock.com 817-332-4101

www.abatron.com

AIA EXPO2011

www.3M.com/firestop

3M Building and Contractor Markets provides solutions for the building industry including tapes and adhesives for structural glazing, architectural panels, roofing, sealing, and protecting. 3M Fire Protection Products provides a comprehensive line of passive fire prevention products and solutions including intumescent coatings for structural steel, through penetration fire stops, construction joints and flexible wraps.

3M/NIDA-CORE 2717 3M Center; Building 0220-05-E St. Paul, MN 55144-1000 tburns@mmm.com 651-737-3776 www.nida-core.com

Nida-Core Corporation is a manufacturer of structural honeycomb core and fiberreinforced foam core materials. Located in Port St. Lucie, Fla., the company offers a range of high-strength, low-weight, and engineered materials for the transportation, marine, and renewable-energy industries. In January 2011, 3M Company announced they had acquired Nida-Core Corporation. This acquisition strengthens 3M Company’s composite- and engineeredmaterials product platform.

Abatron is a leading manufacturer of GreenGuard Certified restoration products for wood, concrete, and metal. Abatron also produces a complete line of adhesives, coatings, and flexible mold-making compounds. AIA CEU credits will be available on the show floor.

ACCOYA 2401 5000 Quorum Dr. Suite 620 Dallas, TX 75254 chris.fiaccone@accsysplc.com 972-388-7545 www.accoya.com

ACCURATE PERFORATING 3001 3636 S. Kedzie Ave. Chicago, IL 60632 dhenrikson@accurateperforating.com 800-621-0273 www.accurateperforating.com

ACCURIDE INTERNATIONAL 1462 12311 Shoemaker Avenue Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670 dfranks@accuride.com 562-903-0385 www.accuride.com

Accuride designs and manufactures slide products known for precision and long lifecycles, for residential, commercial, and institutional applications. Other products

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include pocket door slides, remote-control and mechanical screen lifts, and specialty hardware. Need help choosing the right product? We’re here to guide you.

www.brick.com

For more than 100 years, Acme Brick Company has been meeting the green building needs of Texas architects with hard-fired clay brick in an exciting variety of colors, textures, and blends. Acme also offers the IBP Glass Block Grid System, a mortarless glass block installation system. Acme Brick Company is a Berkshire Hathaway company.

ACO POLYMER PRODUCTS, INC. 545 825 W. Beechcraft St. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 info@acousa.com 520-421-9988 888-490-9552 www.acousa.com

World leading manufacturer of modular, sloped trench drainage systems, in polymer concrete or fiberglass to meet your project requirements. Systems are designed for use in landscape, commercial, highway and industrial applications, anywhere surface drainage is a problem. A wide range of grate solutions are available to enhance project aesthetics. QuARTz by ACO stainless steel linear shower drains will also be on display. ACO offer a layout design and technical support service.


AIA Cornerstone Partner Certified DES providers, knowledge resource providers, and collaborators with the architecture community.

EXHIBITOR LISTING AIA/CES Registered Provider KEY Strategic Partner AIA Cornerstone Partner

ACORN WIRE AND IRON WORKS 2805

AEGIS METAL FRAMING 3636

2035 S. Racine Chicago, IL 60608 cdiaz@acornwire.com 312-243-6414

14515 N. Outer 40 Drive, Ste. 110 Chesterfield, MO 63017 answers@aegismetalframing.com 314-851-2200

www.acornwire.com

www.aegismetalframing.com

Acorn Wire and Iron Works is a national leader in woven wire partition innovation and quality—the Woven Wire Products Association’s Standards were developed from Acorn’s Original Partition Specification—and the tradition continues today in the design engineering and fabrication of the high performance woven wire and folding gate security products.

ACT D’MAND SYSTEMS 1760 3176 Pullman Street #119 Costa Mesa, CA 92626 larrya@gothotwater.com 714-668-1200-109 www.gothotwater.com

ACTION BULLET RESISTANT 1907 263 Union Blvd. West Islip, NY 11795 tsimon0620@aol.com 631-422-0888

AEC DAILY 425 266 Elmwood Ave. Suite 511 Buffalo, NY 14222 jrice@aecdaily.com 877-566-1199 www.aecdaily.com

AEC Daily Corporation provides access to educational resources, building products’ information, industry news, discussion forums and much more. The services of AEC Daily are made available to architects, engineers, owners, interior designers, and construction professionals at no charge. Its current and future courses have been designed to meet state and professional continuing education requirements.

AIA/CES Registered Partner Companies providing on-floor Expo Education and presenting a 60-minute CES Theater program. AIA Strategic Partner Industry leaders with a proven commitment to providing architects the tools for designing a stronger, richer built environment.

AGUAFINA GARDENS INTERNATIONAL 2105 2629 Orchard Lake Road Sylvan Lake, MI 48320 b.esler@aguafina.com (248) 738-0500 www.aguafina.com

AEP SPAN 529 2110 Enterprise Blvd. West Sacramento, CA 95691 info@aepspan.com 800-733-4955 www.aepspan.com

AEP Span, A BlueScope Steel Company, provides architecturally engineered steel roofing solutions through a variety of innovative roof and wall profiles while offering engineering services, installation drawings, product details, and design assistance for a variety of construction projects. Ongoing testing and evaluations of new and existing products insures only the highest product performance from all of our products.

AEROTEK 322 7301 Parkway Dr. Hanover, MD 21076 acurran@aerotek.com 410-579-3063 www.aerotek.com

Aerotek is a leading provider of technical and engineering staffing in the U.S. We provide candidates at all skill levels for architecture, structural, facility management and MEP firms. Whether meeting the demands of a specific contract, or searching for additional permanent employees, Aerotek can help you address a single project or a long-term assignment. Our network of over 150 offices, combined with our 25+ years of experience, enables us to identify, screen and select top talent.

AguaFina Gardens International is a specialized landscape architectural design/ build firm that collaborates with other firms in implementing their projects, especially water features, stone setting and sculptural elements. A distinct advantage we have is that we are more than just a design firm; we actively install projects, bridging the gap that often exists between implementation and design. Custom sculptural pieces have been an AguaFina signature and we developed a collection of hand-carved stone, functional art, fountains, traditional carvings, salvaged artifacts, and we also accept custom commissions.

AIA CONTRACT DOCUMENTS 445 1735 New York Ave. NW Washington, DC 20006 courtneyholmes@aia.org 202-626-7510 800-242-3837 www.aia.org/contractdocs

Come by the AIA Contract Documents booth to earn LUs while learning about the new Sustainability Guide, how to maximize success and minimize risk on Residential Projects and how to write a solid scope of service for Regional or Urban Planning. Plus learn about our software and get a 15% discount off software purchases. Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first publication of A201 on May 12 with a happy hour from 3–4 p.m. where we’ll be serving complimentary wine, beer and appetizers!

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EXHIBITOR LISTING AIA NEW ORLEANS 3341 1000 St. Charles Ave. New Orleans, LA 70130 urcan@aianeworleans.org 504-525-8320

AKZO NOBEL COATINGS INC. 3734 1313 Windsor Ave. Columbus, OH 43211 extrusion.coatings@akzonobel.com 614-294-3361 www.akzonobel.com/ccna

As the world’s largest coatings company, AkzoNobel has a complete line of Extrusion and Powder Coatings to serve the architectural aluminum market.

AIA EXPO2011

ALABAMA STONE/VETTER STONE 3365 23894 Third Avenue Mankato, MN 56001 dan@vetterstone.com 507-345-4568 800-878-2850 www.vetterstone.com

For more than a century, stone has been quarried, fabricated, and shipped to sites around the world from Vetter quarries in the Kasota-Mankato stone district in Minnesota and the Alabama quarries in Russellville Alabama. Vetter Stone has earned a reputation for consistent product quality, technical precision and personalized customer service.

ALCOA ARCHITECTURAL PRODUCTS 1935 50 Industrial Blvd. Eastman, GA 31023 cyndi.rogers@alcoa.com 478-374-6872

ALCOTEX INC. 1027 520 Clarke Road London, ON N5V 2C7 Canada sales@alcotex.com 519-455-0001 877-252-6839 www.alcotex.com

ALCOTEX and ALCOTEX/FR Aluminum Composite Material is the premier choice for an exterior cladding that will maximize the beauty of your structure. Alcotex

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Aluminum Composite Material is available in a variety of over 30 eye-catching standard colors. Custom colors can also be created to capture your own design vision. Alcotex and Alcotex/FR meets or exceeds all of the testing requirements for North America. Stop by the Alcotex booth and see what we have to offer. You won’t be disappointed.

ALERA/COLUMBIA 1061 701 Millennium Blvd. Greenville, SC 29607 rrogers@aleralighting.com 864-678-1256 www.aleralighting.com

Alera Lighting offers architectural linear fluorescent products within the Hubbell Lighting, Incorporated platform. This brand features linear suspended, recessed, surface, and wall mounted products for commercial use. Columbia Lighting is one of North America’s premier manufacturers of commercial and industrial fluorescent lighting products. Columbia Lighting is a recognized leader in providing quality and innovation at competitive prices.

ALKENZ USA 3105

ALUMINUM EXTRUDERS COUNCIL 2361 1000 N. Rand Road Suite 214 Wauconda, IL 60084 nmolenda@tso.net 847-526-2010 www.aec.org

Trade association for aluminum extrusion industry.

AMAZULU, INC. 1764 1239 Commons Ct. Clermont, FL 34711 claire@amazuluinc.com 352-243-5309-106 www.amazuluinc.com

AmaZulu, Inc. is a globally sourced supplier of natural and synthetic sustainable products for crafting exotic attractions at theme parks, zoos, water parks, aquariums, spas, restaurants, resorts, retreats, and hotels. Designers, architects, attraction project developers know they can depend on amaZulu for their installation needs. Our eco-friendly materials are suitable for indoor and outdoor use. See Claire Evans, President and CEO at booth 1764 for all your Tropicana themed needs.

8803 Staples Mill Rd. Richmond, VA 23228 SWilson@alkenzusa.com (804) 262-0850

AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION 1241

www.alkenzusa.com

1633 Broadway 10th Fl. New York, NY 10019 youngl@adr.org 212-716-3985

ALL AMERICAN GROUP INC. 2600 P.O. Box 3300 Elhart, IN 46515 smiller@allamericanbuildings.com 574-266-2500 www.allamericanbuildings.com

All American Building Systems (AABS) is among the nation’s largest commercial and multi-family systems-built (modular) builders. AABS expertise lies in larger projects such as town homes, apartments, condominiums, hotels, student housing, military barracks, assisted living and other large scale developments. AABS has constructed over 1.2 million sq. ft. of LEED compliant buildings. AABS serves a market area of 35 states by delivering superior quality projects on time and on budget.

www.adr.org

The American Arbitration Association® (AAA) and the International Centre for Dispute Resolution® (ICDR) provide dispute resolution services to individuals and organizations seeking to resolve conflicts out-of-court in the U.S. and abroad. The AAA and ICDR manage the administration of arbitration, mediation, or other dispute resolution cases from filing to closing.


For complete convention information, visit www.aia.org/convention

AMERICAN CONCRETE INSTITUTE 1610

AMERICAN HYDROTECH, INC. 2339

38800 Country Club Dr. Farmington Hills, MI 48331 acimemberservices@concrete.org 248-848-3800

303 East Ohio St. Suite 2700 Chicago, IL 60611-3387 dyanez@hydrotechusa.com 312-337-4998 800-877-6125

www.concrete.org

The American Concrete Institute (ACI) is a leading authority in the best uses of concrete. With 20,000 members worldwide, ACI advances concrete knowledge by producing consensus, concrete-related codes, specifications, guides, and reports; creating and administering certification programs that support individuals in the concrete industry; delivering seminars and distance learning opportunities; publishing Concrete International magazine; and producing two peer-reviewed technical journals.

AMERICAN DEFENSE SYSTEMS, INC. 318 230 Duffy Ave. Hicksville, NY 11801 rward@adsiarmor.com 516-390-5300 x326 www.americandefensesystems.net

AMERICAN EXPRESS OPEN 2504 200 Vessey St. New York, NY 10285 sspizzirri@czarnowski.com 212-640-2000

www.hydrotechusa.com

Monolithic Membrane 6125 (MM6125®) is a thick, tough, flexible, self-healing membrane for use in waterproofing and roofing applications. MM6125 is a special formulation of refined asphalts and synthetic rubbers. MM6125 has been successfully used worldwide by leading architects, engineers and owners on all types of horizontal and vertical structures including plazas, parking decks, planters, tunnels, bridges, mud slabs, foundation walls and roofs … establishing an unbeatable 45-year track record.

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL ESTIMATORS 2020 2525 Perimeter Place Dr. Suite 103 Nashville, TN 37214 khinen@aspenational.org 615-316-9200 888-377-6283 www.aspenational.org

The American Society of Professional Estimators serves construction estimators by providing education, fellowship, and opportunity for professional development. Education, Ethics, Standards, Certification, Fellowship … these lead to the ultimate goal Professionalism. We think you’ll agree … the more professional the estimator, the better the budget and a reduction in construction problems.

AMERIFORM 2902 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION 729 One E. Wacker Drive, Suite 700 Chicago, IL 60601 solutions@aisc.org 866-275-2472

36-A Pope Rd. Holliston, MA 01746 mike@ameriformllc.com 508-429-1470 www.ameriformllc.com

Structural steel works with architects to develop economical and sustainable steel framing solutions for schedule-driven projects.

Ameriform specializes in Armoroc, a structural cement bonded particle board for use in fire-rated floor, roof and wall assemblies. Ameriform also offers GeoBoard, a decorative cement board cladding for exterior rain-screen, interior walls, ceilings and more.

AMERICAN MARAZZI TILE, INC. 3658

AMERIMAX BUILDING PRODUCTS 2201

359 Clay Road Sunnyvale, TX 75182 nsims@marazzitile.com 972-226-0110

5208 Tennyson Pkwy. Suite 100 Plano, TX 75024 inquiries@amerimaxbp.com 469-366-3200

www.aisc.org/solutionscenter

www.open.com

AMERICAN GALVANIZERS ASSOCIATION 3635 6881 S. Holly Circle, Ste. 108 Centennial, CO 80112 moconnor@galvanizeit.org 720-554-0900 www.galvanizeit.org

The AGA educates in the specification and use of hot-dip galvanizing, publishes technical literature, provides technical support, offers specification and design assistance, and presents seminars.

www.marazzitile.com

www.amerimaxbp.com

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS 1527 636 I St. NW Washington, DC 20001 tdoverspike@asla.org (202) 216-2337 www.asla.org

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EXHIBITOR LISTING AMERISTAR FENCE PRODUCTS 524

AMVIC BUILDING SYSTEM 245

APOLLO DESIGN TECHNOLOGY, INC. 2429

P.O. Box 581000 Tulsa, OK 74158 mktg@ameristarfence.com 888-333-3422

501 McNicoll Avenue Toronto, ON M2H 2E2 Canada gbrown@amvicsystem.com 416-410-5674-114 877-970-9991

4130 Fourier Drive Fort Wayne, IN 46818 mirk@apollodesign.net 260-497-9191

www.ameristarfenceproducts.com

www.apollodesign.net

www.amvicsystem.com

AMERISTAR is the world’s largest manufacturer of high quality, maintenance free, ornamental fencing. Used as a perimeter fence, security fence, for controlled access, homeland security, or simply to enhance the property’s appearance—we manufacture a specific grade and style for each application need.

AMETCO MANUFACTURING CORPORATION 1816

AIA EXPO2011

P.O. Box 1210 Willoughby, OH 44096 greg@ametco.com 440-951-4300 www.ametco.com

Ametco will be exhibiting a wide range of steel fence/security gate systems, railings, sunshades, grilles, screens, louvers and perforated metal/plastic products. Our aluminum fencing and gates are manufactured from extruded aluminum for strength and visual appeal. Ametco’s products have been developed to meet the aesthetic demands of modern architecture while addressing growing concerns about security. Our products are manufactured in Ohio helping your firm meet its LEED goals.

AMICO - ALABAMA METAL INDUSTRIES 3645 3245 Fayette Ave. Birmingham, AL 35208 rrichardson@gibraltar1.com 800-366-2642 www.amico-online.com

AMICO is the world’s leading manufacturer of high quality expanded metal meshes, perforated materials, and architectural gratings. Our design, engineering and fabrication capabilities allow us to develop solutions to any architectural challenge. We are constantly pushing boundaries and developing new and innovative products.

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Amvic is the most innovative manufacture of high-quality EPS in the construction industry. Amvic’s products include Amvic Insulated concrete forms (ICF), AmDeck floor and roof system, and EnerTILT an insulated Tilt up system. Our products are energy efficient, environmentally friendly and easy to use. The innovative designs and unique features make them the best choice for your next building project. Amvic products are recognized as a Green Product which can contribute 20+ points toward LEED certification.

ANDERSEN WINDOWS, INC. 1953 100 Fourth Ave. North Bayport, MN 55003 mona.schmidt@andersencorp.com 651-264-2690 andersenwindows.com

Andersen Corporation is the largest window and door manufacturer in North America and the Andersen® brand is the most recognized and most used brand among builders and remodelers in the window and patio door industry.

APCO SIGNS SYSTEMS 3527 388 Grant Street, SE Atlanta, GA 30312 cmcarthur@apcosigns.com 877-988-2726 www.apcosigns.com

APCO, a leading manufacturer of interior and exterior sign systems since 1966, is your single source for sign solutions. From the early stages of planning to final installation, APCO provides the expertise needed to ensure a successful project. Please visit us at our booth, where we will be highlighting our Elements2 system. It combines the functional benefits of a comprehensive modular sign system with the unique looks of a custom design.

As the exclusive U.S. distributor of Italian manufactured Spotlight MINI lighting fixtures, Apollo Design Technology brings its innovative entertainment lighting reputation to the architectural market. Stylishly compact with brighter output, the MINI line of fixtures offer a variety of interior lighting solutions while meeting the Apollo standard for product quality and value.

APPALACHIAN FLOORING LTD. 442 454 de la Riviere Cowansville, QC J2K 3G6 Canada josepht@appalachianflooring.com 450-266-3999 www.appalachianflooring.com

Appalachian Flooring is a Canadian manufacturer of prefinished solid, engineered and distressed hardwood flooring. Come visit our booth to see our new distinctive Villa Europa collection.

APRICUS INC. 1762 6 Sycamore Way Unit 2 Branford, CT 06405 nigelruddell@apricus.com 203-488-8215 877-458-2634 www.apricus.com

Apricus is a leading designer and manufacturer of solar hot water and hydronic heating products for residential and commercial use. With a rapidly growing distribution network throughout North America, offices in the U.S., France, and Australia, and representation in over 30 countries; their range of renewable energy products provide simple and effective solutions for families and businesses concerned about the effects of climate change and rising energy costs.


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ARCAT, INC. 919

ARCHITECTURAL AREA LIGHTING 1053

ARCHITECTURAL MALL, INC. 829

1077 Bridgeport Ave. Shelton, CT 06484 casey@arcat.com 203-929-9444

16555 East Gale Avenue City of Industry, CA 91745 info@aal.net 626.961.5666

491 E. St. Charles Rd. Carol Stream, IL 60188 ssavenok@architecturalmall.com 877-279-9993

www.arcat.com

www.aal.net

www.columnsandbalustrades.com

ARCAT is a publisher of free building product information in print and online. Our print products include ArcatAlert Magazine and The ARCAT Directory, both reference sources for architects with the directory containing thousands of building product manufacturers listings and building product information. Online, ARCAT offers a wide variety of tools the AEC community benefits from. We have the most extensive and up-to-date specification library available anywhere. Our CAD detail library has over 7000 details in various formats. SpecWizard is a valuable tool for any specwriter. It automatically configures a complete CSI 3-Part Formatted specification in just minutes. ARCATgreen reports can be found from hundreds of manufacturers. The reports offer information on products that may lead to LEED credits for the building project. ARCAT’s latest product available is the ARCAT BIM library. Our library consists of thousands of data-rich BIM objects and systems, all available in multiple formats. All of these products can be used and downloaded free of charge at www.arcat. com. Please visit us and find out how our products can help you save time and money with your projects.

Architectural Area Lighting (AAL) is a leading provider of architectural outdoor luminaires for the commercial, municipal, educational, mixed-use retail and institutional building markets. AAL products are designed and manufactured to meet both the elegant aesthetic and superior performance needs of its audiences. Featuring a broad range of decorative outdoor luminaires, in both contemporary as well as traditional styles, that utilizes the most energy-efficient sources on the market today, including LED.

Columns, balustrades, urethane products, exterior and interior trim products, FRP, GFRC, RoyalStone, RoyalLite, GRG, architecturally correct columns. We manufacture what you design.

ARCHITECTURAL GRILLE 624

www.archprecast.org

ARCHITECTS’ GUIDE TO GLASS & METAL/USGLASS MAGAZINES 1419 P.O. Box 569 Garrisonville, VA 22463 tczar@glass.com 540-720-5584 www.glass.com

The Architect’s Guide to Glass and Metal is the only magazine providing the technical and product information architects need about the architectural glass and metal products and services exclusively. USGlass magazine is the largest and most widely circulated magazine devoted to the architectural glass industry.

42 2nd Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11215 info@archgrille.com 718-832-1200 800-387-6267 www.archgrille.com

Architectural Grille offers the highest quality linear and perforated grilles for use in floor, wall or ceiling application. Custom designed to meet all architectural standards our grilles are stylish and will beautify any project. We offer a wide selection of materials including brass, bronze stainless steel and aluminum.

ARCHITECTURAL GRILLES & SUNSHADES, INC. 1860 9950 W. 190th St. Mokena, IL 60448 john@agsshade.com 708-479-9458 www.agsshade.com

Architectural Grilles & Sunshades, Inc. is a premier designer and fabricator of ornamental grilles, aluminum sunshades, light shelves, and trellis systems. We provide assistance in design to maximize your energy savings and provide reactions to the building structure. Our standard services include shop drawings, product data and full engineered calculations. We can provide stamped calculations if required.

ARCHITECTURAL PRECAST ASSOCIATION 1418 6710 Winkler Rd. Ste. 8 Fort Myers, FL 33919 info@archprecast.org 239-454-6989

ARCHITECTURAL PRODUCTS MAGAZINE 3261, 3265 579 First Bank Dr., Ste. 220 Palatine, IL 60067 gary@arch-products.com 847-359-6493 www.arch-products.com

Hosted by Construction Business Media, owners and operators of Architectural Products magazine, Architectural SSL magazine, illuminate magazine, the ArchLED Conference & Event, and TheContinuingArchitect.com education platform.

ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW, THE 2139 Greater London House Hampstead Road London, London NW1 7EJ United Kingdom Jane.connolly@emap.com +44 (0)20 7728 5264 www.arplus.com www.architectural-review.com

The Architectural Review is the world’s favorite architecture magazine, read and enjoyed in over 130 countries. First published in 1896 and now with regular online content, The Architectural Review provides you with a luxury magazine boasting the most thoughtful, well-respected and critical vision of contemporary architecture from around the world. A stimulating, rich source of ideas and inspiration.

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EXHIBITOR LISTING ARCHITECTURAL ROOFING & WATERPROOFING 2862 2401 W. Big Beaver Rd. Suite 700 Troy, MI 48084 obloye@bnpmedia.com 248-244-6423 www.arwmag.com

Architectural Roofing & Waterproofing (ARW) and www.arwmag.com: The only resource that deals with the technical aspects of roofing and waterproofing buildings. ARW covers commercial, residential, industrial and institutional applications both above and below grade. Our products reach a national audience of architects and designers, as well as building owners and facility managers.

AIA EXPO2011

ARCHITTREK, LLC 3516 501 Government St. Suite 201 Baton Rouge, LA 70802 ssaitas@archittrek.com 713-725-8675 877-334-9331 www.archittrek.com

ArchitTrek is the only complete webbased document management solution specifically designed for architects. ArchitTrek can better organize project documents, easily transfer large files (BIMs), instantly notify team participants, archive projects more quickly, reduce paper/printing/delivery costs, controls distribution of project content and allows online bidding.

ARCOM/MASTERSPEC 835, 839 332 E. 500 S. Salt Lake City, UT 84111 arcom@arcomnet.com 801-521-9162 800-424-5080 www.arcomnet.com

ARCOM publishes AIA’s MasterSpec®, the most trusted, widely used, and comprehensive master specification system in the U.S. MasterSpec includes companion research information, coordination checklists, commissioning sections, and LEED information, and free AIA/CES opportunities. ARCOM also develops SpecWare, a suite of specification automation tools, and SpecAgent, the most extensive manufacturer resource in the industry. Special discounts for AIA members in addition to trade show specials.

ARDEX 2125 400 Ardex Park Dr. Aliquippa, PA 15001 mgilson@ardex.com 724-203-5064 www.ardex.com

ARKEMA, INC. 736 2000 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 vincent.casmirri@arkema.com 215-419-7898 www.kynar500.com

Arkema Inc. proudly offers Kynar 500® and Kynar Aquatec® PVDF technology for use in high-performance coatings. Celebrating over forty-five years of proven protection, Kynar® resin-based coatings provide protection against weathering, aging, and pollution on commercial, industrial and residential buildings worldwide and are the original key component of sustainable design.

ARMORTEX 2013 5926 Corridor Parkway Schertz, TX 78154 rnelson@armortex.com 210-661-8306

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ARMSTRONG 2252 Armstrong World Industries 2500 Columbia Avenue P.O. Box 3001 Lancaster, PA 17603 717-397-0611 www.armstrong.com

Listening Station on The Avenue.

ARRISCRAFT INTERNATIONAL/ ROBINSON BRICK 1329 875 Speedsville Rd. Cambridge, ON N3H 4S8 Canada marta.zonneveld@arriscraft.com 519-653-3275 www.arriscraft.com

AS HANGING SYSTEMS 1817 3600 Matte Blvd., Unit L Brossard, QC J4Y 2Z2 Canada dave@ashanging.com 514-935-6949 866-935-6949 www.ASHanging.com

North American leader in hanging systems with 20,000+ installations, offers cable and rod based systems hanging from track, standoffs, or wall reveals. Potential LEED credits. New products include Casso™ Display Rail for inexpensive school displays and a multifunctional reveal. This serves as a reveal and doubles as an in-wall hanging system track. Check in on our Footprintless® Easel and Boardless® Bulletin Board. A&D Binder, 3-Part CSI Formatted Specs, at distance (free) continued education.

ASCENDINGS 3300 6350 Inwood Drive Columbus, IN 47201 Steve@Ascendings.com 812-342-0809 www.Ascendings.com

Ascendings, LLC designs and manufactures a contemporary stair system consisting of CNC-machined aluminum components that can be prefabricated for a variety of straight and curved stair designs, with wood (produced by the Indiana company’s Amish neighbors), metal, or marble treads. The system uses a patentpending technology to replace stringers with individual aluminum pieces, making it


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ideal for new or remodel projects in which full-stair installation is difficult or space is confined.

ASCENSION 3434 P.O. Box 40020 Tucson, AZ 85717-0020 williams@agmcontainer.com 520-881-2130 www.wheelchairlift.com

ASI GROUP 1628 441 Saw Mill River Road Yonkers, NY 10701 info@americanspecialties.com 914-476-9000

ADAMS RITE, BARON, BESAM, CECO Door, CORBIN RUSSWIN, CURRIES, GRAHAM, HES, MAIMAN, MARKAR, McKINNEY, MEDECO, NORTON, PEMKO, RIXSON, ROCKWOOD, SARGENT, SECURITRON, SMP and YALE.

ATLANTIS RAIL SYSTEMS 735

ATAS INTERNATIONAL, INC. 3737

www.atlantisrail.com

6612 Snowdrift Rd. Allentown, PA 18106-9352 jr@atas.com 610-395-8445-233 800-468-1441 www.atas.com

ASI Group is “Your Single Source Solution” for the broadest range of stainless steel washroom accessories, best engineered lockers and shelving, and the most complete line of toilet partitions in the industry. We offer a wide selection of materials and configurations to meet every design criteria.

ATAS International, Inc., a leading manufacturer of energy efficient building envelope technology, metal roofing, wall and accessories, produces systems for commercial and residential buildings. The product line offers more than 20 profiles in aluminum, steel, zinc and copper. Energy efficient technology includes ENERGY STAR® qualified roofs; a BIPV roofing product; and a transpired solar collector wall system. Profiles are coated with Kynar 500® or Hylar 5000® PVDF in 30 standard colors.

ASPHALT PAVEMENT ALLIANCE 2704

ATG USA 963

5100 Forbes Blvd. Lanham, MD 20720 apa@hotmix.org 301-731-4748

3201 Highway 161 North Little Rock, AR 72117 ajordan@atgusa.com 501-372-2373 800-935-4894

www.americanspecialties.com

www.asphaltroads.org www.atgusa.com

The Asphalt Pavement Alliance (APA) is a coalition of the Asphalt Institute, the National Asphalt Pavement Association, and the State Asphalt Pavement Associations. The Alliance’s mission is to further the use and quality of hotmix asphalt pavements. The APA will accomplish this through research, technology transfer, engineering, education, and innovation.

ASSA ABLOY 659 110 Sargent Drive New Haven, CT 06511 info@assaabloydss.com 800-377-3948 www.assaabloydss.com

ATG USA (Applied Technology Group, Inc.) offers customers comprehensive technology solutions that help make them more profitable and competitive in the marketplace by leveraging technology and best in class business practices. As an Autodesk Gold Partner, ATG helps customers design, simulate and analyze their ideas, increase operational efficiencies and maximize their return on investment.

70 Armstrong Rd. Plymouth, MA 02360 carey@atlantisrail.com 508-732-9191 800-541-6829

Atlantis Rail offers stainless steel railing systems with infill options of cable railing, balusters and glass panels. These prefabricated, modular systems make for quick and easy installations and feature unobstructed views that fit any indoor or outdoor, commercial or residential design situation.

ATLAS ROOFING CORPORATION 2110 2000 RiverEdge Pkwy. Suite 800 Atlanta, GA 30328 marketing@atlasroofing.com 770-612-6270 www.atlasroofing.com

Atlas Roofing Corporation manufacturers Zero Ozone Depleting, Zero Global Warming Potential polyisocyanurate (polyiso) insulation materials. Atlas polyiso insulation is manufactured with a variety of different facers and in a wide range of thicknesses for use in both roof and wall applications. Polyiso provides the highest Long Term Thermal Resistance values (LTTR-values) of any other rigid foam board available in the market and is a critical component to sealing up the building envelope in both commercial and residential buildings.

AUTODESK, INC. 853 111 McInnis Parkway San Rafael, CA 94903 info@autodesk.com 415-507-5000 www.autodesk.com/aia2011

Autodesk’s comprehensive portfolio of intelligent 3D model–based BIM solutions, including Autodesk Revit software, help deliver benefits no matter where you are in the project lifecycle. Learn more about the new Autodesk Building Design Suite, which provides BIM tools for modeling, visualization, and documentation all in a cost-effective solution.

ASSA ABLOY is the global leader in door opening solutions, dedicated to satisfying end-user needs for security, safety and convenience. Featured brands include:

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EXHIBITOR LISTING AVENERE CLADDING – SWIRNOW 3452

AXIUM 3411

BASF - THE CHEMICAL COMPANY 2441

2801 Sisson St. Baltimore, MD 21211-2902 dkirkwood@swirnow.com 410-338-1122 866-388-8833

10200 SW Greenburg Rd. Suite 600 Portland, OR 97223 bill.kent@axium.com 503-688-5700 800-637-2727

100 Campus Drive Mail Stop F-422 Florham Park, NJ 07932 janet.johnson@basf.com 973-245-6068

www.avenerecladding.com

AIA EXPO2011

NeaCera® supplied by Avenere Cladding LLC the Affordable Option for aesthetically pleasing Terra-cotta Rainscreen Solutions and Vizor™ sunscreens. NeaCera®, a preengineered back-ventilated rainscreen solution, uses Lift & Lock technology for easy installation. It is a solid-wall, highdensity panel with rear reinforcing ribs that double as an integrated panel hanging system. Weighing 7.5 lbs/s.f., NeaCera® Terra-cotta panels are half the weight of competitive systems. 30-Year Product Warranty.

AVIAN FLYAWAY, INC. 2006 510 Turtle Cove, Suite 109 Rockwall, TX 75087 dselzer@avianflyawayinc.com 972-771-6679 www.avianflyawayinc.com

AWI QUALITY CERTIFICATION CORPORATION 1565 46179 Westlake Dr. #120 Potomac Falls, VA 20165 kthorp@awiqcp.org 703-620-1604 www.awiqcp.org

The AWI Quality Certification Program is a quality assurance tool that ensures interior architectural woodwork complies with industry standards and project specifications. The QCP evaluates a woodworking firm’s ability to fabricate, finish and/or install work in accordance with the quality grade criteria set forth in the Architectural Woodwork Standards. Q-accredited woodworking firms are then eligible to provide labels and/or certificates to certify QCP-specified projects.

AWV ARCHITECTURAL PRODUCTS 1801 7301 International Dr. Holland, OH 43528 dbenroth@awv.com 419-865-5000

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www.basfrefinish.com

www.axium.com

Axium helps architecture and engineering firms streamline difficult processes and increase profitability with accounting and project management software. For 25 years, Axium has provided software solutions specifically for project-focused AE firms ranging in size from 10-person design studios to large, multi-location companies.

BANDALUX 935 Av. Sant Julià, 235 Granollers, Catalunya 08403 Spain marketing.communication@bandalux.es 011+34 93 861 5090 www.bandalux.com

BARTELS DOORS 559 1855 Griffin Rd., Ste. A366 Dania Beach, FL 33004 carmella@bartelsdoors.com 954-924-6137 866-529-5679 www.bartelsdoors.com

Bartels Doors provides solutions for flawlessly performing custom interior doors and hardware with the latest advances in design and technology from Germany. A commitment to using only the best materials and modern manufacturing processes Bartels consistently provides products engineered and constructed to last. A highly trained technical support team provides detailed drawings or will interpret yours to ensure accuracy, quick turnaround and assurance with every purchase. Bartels complete systems make a statement and offer the finishing touch to any design project.

BATTIC DOOR ATTIC ACCESS HATCH R-42 1439 P.O. Box 15 Mansfield, MA 02048 info@batticdoor.com 508-320-9082 www.batticdoor.com

The EZ Hatch Attic Access Door Hatch is an R-42 insulated attic access door that installs in minutes and provides a 22inch x 30 -inch triple-gasketed, air-tight opening into the attic space. Meets the new Energy Code requirements–alternative to energy wasting pull down ladders. Deluxe model with four-point lock and handles also available. Used in new and retrofit construction. Available direct from the manufacturer, Battic Door Energy Conservation Products.

BAYER MATERIALSCIENCE 1717 2400 Spring Stuebner Spring, TX 77389 info@baysystemsspray.com 281-350-9000

BELLCOMB TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 3758 5001 Boone Ave. N New Hope, MN 55428 stratapanels@bellcomb.com 763-537-0200 www.bellcomb.com

STRATA Panels are Bellcomb’s lightweight architectural stone panel line, built from natural stone and married to our structural honeycomb panels to provide durability and natural beauty to any project. Bellcomb has grown to be the strategic partner to architects, engineers, purchasing managers and operations managers. With capacity to manufacture over 40 million square feet of panel solutions, Bellcomb represents one of the largest composite panel production operations in the world.


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BENDHEIM WALL SYSTEMS 1806

BERKOWITZ 1727

efficiently, use sustainable materials and last a lifetime.

61 Willett St. Bldg J Passaic, NJ 07055 linit@bendheim.com 800-221-7379

One Gateway Blvd. P.O. Box 427 Pedricktown, NJ 08067 mnicklas@jeberkowitz.com 856-456-7800-214

BICSI 2562

www.bendheimwall.com

www.jeberkowitz.com

Bendheim Wall Systems, Inc. supplies channel glass systems for interior partitions and exterior performance walls featuring Lamberts LINIT channel glass. All systems are designed and tested to appropriate US building codes. Recognized by Sustainable Industries as a Top 10 Green Building Product, Lamberts channel glass is produced with up to 60% recycled glass content. Available in lengths up to 23 feet, Bendheim offers the only SGCC certified tempered channel glass.

JEB specializes in fabricating architectural glass solutions including insulating, laminated, entrances, railings, pointsupport walls and canopies.

BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS 753

www.berridge.com

101 Paragon Drive Montvale, NJ 07645 connie.green@benjaminmoore.com 201-949-6343 www.benjaminmoore.com

BENTLEY SYSTEMS 3617 685 Stockton Dr. Exton, PA 19341 diana.jenschke@bentley.com 713-443-2589 www.bentley.com/bim

Bentley is the leading company dedicated to providing comprehensive software solutions used to design, build and operate the infrastructure that sustains our world. The company’s mission is to help architects, engineers, constructors and owner/operators improve the performance of their projects by leveraging information technology, learning, best practices, and global collaboration.

BERRIDGE MANUFACTURING 3541 6515 Fratt Road San Antonio, TX 78218 rhinojosa@berridge.com 210-650-3050 800-231-8127

Berridge Manufacturing Company is a national manufacturer of metal roofing and wall panel products and has been in continuous operation since 1970, with distribution centers in Houston, San Antonio and Seguin, Texas, as well as Denver, Chicago, Atlanta, and a separate corporation in Los Angeles. Berridge produces thirty-six metal roof and wall panel styles in complete line of 32 standard cool Kynar color formulations, with an inhouse paint line and portable roll forming capability.

BEST BATH SYSTEMS 3101 723 Garber Caldwell, ID 83605 meganm@best-bath.com 800-727-9907 www.best-bath.com

BEVOLO GAS & ELECTRIC LIGHTS 2622 521 Conti New Orleans, LA 70130 christy@bevolo.com 504-522-9485 www.bevolo.com

Located in the heart of the French Quarter, Bevolo has manufactured traditional and antique lighting since 1945. Bevolo’s highly skilled coppersmiths build each fixture by hand, from sustainable materials creating a product that reflects the ambiance of gas lights in the French Quarter. Bevolo prides itself in making light fixtures that operate

8610 Hidden River Parkway Tampa, FL 33637 cnalls@bicsi.org 813-979-1991 800-242-7405 www.bicsi.org

BICSI services the needs of professionals involved with communications and all associated infrastructure including voice, data, electronic safety and security, and audio and video technologies. BICSI serves thousands of ITS professionals. Through courses, conferences, publications and credentialing, BICSI members gain direct access to the most current resources and information to increase career potential and business success.

BILCO COMPANY, THE 2835 P.O. Box 1203 New Haven, CT 06505 miket@bilco.com 203-934-6363 www.bilco.com

BILCO will exhibit its complete line of specialty access products including its new thermally enhanced roof hatch which has been designed for Green building applications. BILCO also recently received Miami-Dade approval on a number of roof hatches and these products will also be on display.

BISON INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS 2701 1975 W. 13th Avenue Denver, CO 80204 sales@bisonip.com 303-892-0400 www.bisondecksupports.com

BK LIGHTING & TEKA ILLUMINATION 2416 40429 Brickyard Drive Madera, CA 93636 becky.carlson@bklighting.com 559-438-5800 www.light-link.com

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EXHIBITOR LISTING BLUEBEAM SOFTWARE, INC. 843

BOCK LIGHTING 1538

766 E. Colorado Blvd., Ste. 200 Pasadena, CA 91101 jfehrman@bluebeam.com 626-296-2140

30901 Carter Street Solon, OH 44139 sales@bocklighting.com 216-912-7050

www.bluebeam.com

www.bocklighting.com

Bluebeam® PDF Revu® improves communication, productivity and collaboration on projects by enabling digital processes from design, through bid and build. Bluebeam’s PDF creation, markup and editing features are used for design reviews, specifications, RFIs, bid sets, submittals, field reports and more. Reduce paper usage by 85%, increase productivity 60% and create detailed punchlists that achieve a 90% completion rate at first back check. Visit Bluebeam’s booth for a demo and trial CD.

Manufactures of high-quality lighting. Servicing the residential, commercial, industrial, retail and hospitality markets.

AIA EXPO2011

635 W. Michigan Street Orlando, FL 32805 khagedorn@bluworldusa.com 407-426-7674

BOBRICK WASHROOM EQUIPMENT, INC. 1135 11611 Hart St. North Hollywood, CA 91605 jlaxamana@bobrick.com 818-503-1628 www.bobrick.com

Preview Bobrick’s new BIM Objects Library. Plus: Automatic Universal Roll towel dispensers with 30% towel savings. ADA-compliant TrimLine dryers with 4 -inch profile. TowelMate accessory saves 20% by dispensing one towel at a time. LinerMate accessory eliminates unsightly receptacle liner overhang. Both standard on ConturaSeries dispensers and receptacles. ADA-compliant Sanitary Products Vendor with push-button operation. Koala KB200 Baby Changing Station with flat panel design.

BONDED LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEMS, LTD. 1363 122 Leesley Lane Argyle, TX 76226 rschiele@bondedlp.com 800-950-7933 www.bondedlp.com

BOIS CHAMOIS ANTIQUED HARDWOOD FLOORING 3428 411 Kimberly Rd. Hockessin, DE 19707 jfleitz@boischamois.com 302-239-3800 800-823-0898 www.boischamois.com

BLUWORLD OF WATER 665

and Interior Designers and senior delegates from solution provider companies.

Offering European white oak flooring in solid or engineered, the unique “Antiquing” process makes this flooring look like reclaimed wood, hundreds of years old. Available in a variety colors, and styles of distressing, the large planks are 3/ 4 inch x 6 inch to 10 inch wide x 3 feet to 9 feet long.

BONA US 1161 2550 S. Parker Rd. Suite 600 Aurora, CO 80014 nathan.pawley@bona.com 303-371-1411 www.bona.com

The Bona system features low-VOC, safe-to-use waterborne finishes, and dust containment sanding systems that protect your health and the environment, while assuring the ultimate in durability and beauty for hardwood floors.

BOND EVENTS CORP. 2200 9827 Four Mile Creek Road Charlotte, NC 28277 oliverneeds@bondevents.com 704-248-7945

Bonded Lightning Protection Systems, Ltd. is the nation’s largest designer and installer of quality, UL-Listed lightning protection systems. With branches throughout the Southern United States, Bonded has the experience, manpower, and resources to service all lightning protection needs. Bonded provides turnkey service for lightning protection systems including design, specification, and installation services.

BONDED LOGIC, INC. 530 24053 S. Arizona Ave. Chandler, AZ 85248 seand@bondedlogic.com 480-812-9114 www.bondedlogic.com

UltraTouch Denim Insulation sets the standard for high-performance insulating products coupled with a focus on sustainability. Commonly referred to as the “bluejean insulation,” UltraTouch is comprised of post-consumer recycled cotton fibers, sourced from denim. These fibers allow for improved thermal as well as acoustical performance over traditional insulations. The UltraTouch line of batt insulations offers R Values from R8 to R30. UltraTouch contains no chemical irritants or formaldehyde and requires no warning labels. UltraTouch does not itch, is easy to handle, and can be installed without the use of protective clothing. UltraTouch offers an extremely high Noise Reduction Coefficient, as well as above average STC ratings to effectively reduce airborne sound transmissions. UltraTouch also contributes to an industry leading 12 different LEED credits.

www.bondevents.com

Since 2004, BOND Events has been organizing highly focused one-to-one meetings forums for the world’s largest and busiest architecture and interior design firms. Arc-Forums provide unique educational, social networking and relationship building opportunities between Principal Architects

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BOOMERANG SYSTEMS, INC. 2212 355 Madison Ave., Fl. 2 Morristown, NJ 07960 rickc@boomerangsystems.com 305-986-2933 www.boomerangsystems.com


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BORAL 2041 200 Mansell Court East Roswell, GA 30076 Shelley.Ross@Boral.com 770-645-4500

BOSTIK, INC. 536 211 Boston Street Middleton, MA 01949 christine.krisko@bostik-us.com 978-750-7321 www.bostik-us.com

committed to detailed craftsmanship, quality, innovation, and service in historic restoration and new construction. Boston Valley Terra Cotta’s diverse terra cotta lines include architectural terra cotta, roof tile, and TerraClad™ ceramic rain screen systems.

BOVARD STUDIO INC. 3824 2281 Highway 34 Fairfield, IA 52556 rbovard@bovardstudio.com 641-472-2824 www.bovardstudio.com

Bostik’s patented urethane TruColor™ PreMixed Grout installs up to 50% faster than traditional grouts and contains Bostik’s Blockade™ antimicrobial protection to inhibit bacteria, mold, or mildew. Its color coated quartz ensures consistent color, unlike other grouts that contain loose color pigments which can cause staining or be washed away. Its ideal performance/ crack resistance specs appeal to architects/designers. Exceeds groutrelevant portion of ANSI 118.3 epoxy standard (ANSI 118.3–UG).

BOSTON ARCHITECTURAL COLLEGE 1523 320 Newbury St. Boston, MA 02115 michelle.ameno@the-bac.edu 617-777-2174 www.the-bac.edu

The Boston Architectural College is a dynamic institution on the leading edge of design education. The BAC is an independent college of spatial design, founded in 1889. With over 1100 degree program students, the BAC offers accredited undergraduate and graduate programs onsite and online in architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and design studies, and stresses excellence in practice-based professional education, and accessibility to the design professions.

BOSTON VALLEY TERRA COTTA 3823 6860 South Abbott Road Orchard Park, NY 14127 tricia@bostonvalley.com 888-214-3655 www.bostonvalley.com

Boston Valley Terra Cotta is the nation’s most specialized architectural terra cotta manufacturer. Our passionate team of artisans, architects, and engineers are

BQE SOFTWARE INC. 3417 2601 Airport Drive Suite 380 Torrance, CA 90505 sales@bqe.com 888-245-5669 www.BQE.com

BQE Software’s time tracking, billing and project management solutions create a competitive advantage for Architects. BQE’s flagship product, BillQuick, combines precision time tracking and intelligent invoicing with powerful project management and reporting tools—together delivering a complete solution that is priced to deliver a quick return on investment. ArchiOffice is a networkable, multi-user solution which operates on both PCs and Macs.

BRADLEY CORPORATION 1353 W142 N9101 Fountain Blvd. Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 erin.kante@bradleycorp.com 262-251-6000 www.bradleycorp.com

Style, durability, and innovation best describe Bradley Corp. A family-owned company for 90 years, Bradley is proud to be an American manufacturer. From the classic washfountain to the new Verge™ lavatory system in Evero™ natural quartz material, to washroom accessories, lockers and partitions, Bradley has been the leader in commercial washroom innovation.

BRAE RAINWATER TECHNOLOGIES 2060 P.O. Box 643 Oakboro, NC 28129 sgoldsmith@braewater.com 704-823-6033 www.braewater.com

We’re a leading provider of customized rainwater harvesting systems and technologies. BRAE systems can collect from 20 to 20,000 gallons (and higher) of reusable rainwater that can be used for any non-potable application. Let us be an integral part of your sustainability efforts by conserving water, saving money and helping your business achieve green building LEED credits.

BRG PRECISION PRODUCTS 3005 600 N. River Street Derby, KS 67037 knash@brgproducts.com 800-295-0220-206 www.duratimeclocks.com

BRG Precision Products offers the latest and most innovative ways to wirelessly synchronize time. The DuraTime Wireless 2.4 GHz Clock System provides highly reliable, synchronized time, without expensive wiring. The system is easy to install and will provide years of trouble free service with zero downtime. Customers include Pentagon, Lockheed Martin, Austin Medical Center, Kaiser Permanante, DePaul University, Louisiana Technical College, and many others.

BRIGHTSHELF 2327 12520 Grant Drive #100 Thornton, CO 80241 chuff@brightshelf.com 303-429-4847 www.BrightShelf.com

BrightShelf™ is an advance in the science of daylighting and light shelf design. BrightShelf™ is a passive solar device that redirects sunlight onto the interior ceiling, creating a superior ambient source of natural daylight. Its unique ogee curve is optically shaped to maximize performance, casting light into a room farther than conventional flat light shelves. BrightShelf™ also utilizes of a unique attachment system that allows the shelf to be easily rotated downward for cleaning.

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EXHIBITOR LISTING BRISTOLITE SKYLIGHTS 3835 401 East Goetz Avenue Santa Ana, CA 92707 dgomes@bristolite.com 800-854-8618 www.bristolite.com

BUILDINGS AND INTERIORS & SOURCES 3522 615 5th St. SE Cedar Rapids, IA 52401 robin.melichar@stamats.com 319-364-6167

CARBOLINE 1338 2150 Schuetz Road St. Louis, MO 63146 cmerriman@carboline.com 314-644-1000 www.carboline.com

www.stamats.com

BROMBAL USA 2216 480 Bunnell St. Bridgeport, CT 06607 dom@steelwindowsanddoors.com 203-579-5157

BROOKVIEW TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 1440 800 Washington Avenue North Suite 106 Minneapolis, MN 55401 mikeg@brookviewtechnologies.com 239-642-5772

AIA EXPO2011

www.brookviewtechnologies.com

Wholesale Distributor in the US and Canada of the HoloPro transparent glass projection screen by pronova (Cologne Germany) and the ViP Interactive Foil for through surface touch capability by Visual Planet (Cambridge England)

BUILDING DESIGN+CONSTRUCTION 142 3030 W. Salt Creek Lane Suite 201 Arlington Heights, IL 60005 tmancini@sgcmail.com

BUILDING SYSTEMS DESIGN, INC. 3309 3565 Piedmont Road NE Building Two, Suite 300 Atlanta, GA 30305 kdean@bsdsoftlink.com 404-365-8900 www.bsdsoftlink.com

BSD SpecLink-E (SLE) is BSD’s latest specification production tool that includes 600 guide spec sections. By expanding or collapsing, users can create outline, short form, and full construction specs from the same database. BSD LinkMan-E connects SpecLink-E to Autodesk’s Revit, providing dashboard views of data in the linked applications and allowing automatic updating of the specifications based on BIM data from Revit. BSD CostLink/AE provides cost estimating for design professionals.

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C.R. LAURENCE CO., INC. 1445

CARFARO RAILING, INC. 2434

2503 E. Vernon Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90058 crl@crlaurence.com 8004216144

2075 E. State Street Ext. Trenton, NJ 08619 rob@carfaro.com 609-890-6600 800-467-8432

www.crlaurence.com

www.carfaro.com

CADALOG, INC. 3407 1448 King St. Bellingham, WA 98229 dave@cadalog-inc.com 360-647-2426 www.suplugins.com

CAL PIPE SECURITY BOLLARDS 1921 12011 Woodruff Downey, CA 90241 joe@calpipe.com 877-283-8518 www.calpipebollards.com

CAMBRIDGE ARCHITECTURAL 1735 105 Goodwill Road Cambridge, MD 21613 sales@cambridgearchitectural.com 410-901-8686 866-806-2385 www.cambridgearchitectural.com

Cambridge is the world’s most experienced—and only—full-service provider of sustainable architectural mesh systems for both interior and exterior building applications. Cambridge is an active member of the USGBC and the only metal fabric manufacturer to offer full system design, engineering and collaboration from concept through installation. Cambridge welcomes highly challenging projects and building environments, and works to build mesh systems within strict budgetary requirements.

From layout and design to manufacturing and installation, Carfaro is dedicated to delivering the best possible railing products for resorts, hotels, multifamily construction, and residential communities. Carfaro offers a punched and welded aluminum railing and fencing system, providing superior structural integrity, clean appearance, and easy installation. We offer AAMA 2604 and 2605 specification finishes—applied in house. Our railings are maintenancefree, environmentally friendly, and may contribute toward satisfying Credit 4 and Credit 5 under LEED.

CASALGRANDE PADANA 3041 Via Statale 467, 73 Casalgrande (RE), 42013 Italy info@casalgrandepadana.it + 39 0522 9901 www.casalgrandepadana.com

Casalgrande Padana, founded in 1960 and the first company in Italy to specialize in porcelain stoneware, after five decades of constant growth and skillfully responding to market changes and trends with exceptional innovation and quality in universal tiles, for floor and wall coverings, heavy-traffic environments, residential areas, service and industrial buildings, is now at the forefront of the international market.


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CEDAR SHAKE & SHINGLE BUREAU 3141 103 Wales Court Savannah, GA 27018 peter@cedarbureau.com 912-898-8173 www.cedarbureau.org

The Cedar Shake and Shingle Bureau is a non-profit trade association founded in 1915 representing quality Certi-label™ cedar shakes and shingles. An AIA CES provider— seminars include: information on cedar’s naturally green benefits, proper installation techniques, historical specifications, building code requirements, finishing, wind and impact resistance data and factory applied pressure-impregnated preservative and fire resistance treatments.

CEILINGS PLUS 3545 4611 E. Washington Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90040 werner@ceilingsplus.com 267-334-5937 www.ceilingsplus.com

CENTRIA 1153 1005 Beaver Grade Road Moon Township, PA 15108 info@centria.com 412-299-8000 www.centria.com

CENTRIA is a world leader in customengineered exterior architectural metal wall and roof systems for new and retrofit commercial and industrial construction projects. Products include insulated metal composite wall and roof panels, thin composite panels, and field-assembled metal panels and accessories.

CERAMICHE REFIN 3041 Via 1 maggio, 22 Salvaterra (RE), 42013 Italy info@refin.it + 0522 990584 www.refin-ceramic-tiles.com

Elegant and unique porcelain floor tiles collections, colours and combinations specifically studied to amaze and dress today’s design spaces. Pioneers of a minimal and often against the tide style, for many years now Ceramiche Refin has offered porcelain stoneware wall and floor tiles for high value residential and

commercial spaces. Refin’s tiles are the contemporary and cutting-edge of made in Italy creative flair. Refin exports its attention to detail and innovation all over the world.

understands that our customers’ needs differ. Our diverse product offering and integrated product approach is designed to accommodate the varied conditions encountered during construction.

CERAMIC TILES OF ITALY 3041

CHAMBERLAIN GROUP, INC. 2865

Via Monte Santo, 40 Sassuolo (MO), 41049 Italy cfaedi@confindustriaceramica.it + 0536 818111

845 N. Larch Avenue Elmhurst, IL 60126 specs@liftmaster.com 630-279-3600

www.italiantiles.com

www.chamberlain.com

CERAMIC TILES OF ITALY is the trademark which identifies the tiles manufactured by the Italian companies members of Confindustria Ceramica. CONFINDUSTRIA CERAMICA is the Italian Association of Ceramics. Its staff from Italy will be on hand to assist visitors with any information on the Italian tile industry. If you are looking for a particular Italian product or if you would like some more information on Italian Ceramic Tiles, please visit our stand.

CERTAINTEED 3153 750 E Swedesford Rd. Valley Forge, PA 19482 tradeshows@certainteed.com 610-341-7000 800-233-8990 www.certainteed.com

CertainTeed is North America’s leading brand of building products—roofing, siding, fence, decking, railing, trim, foundations, pipe, insulation, gypsum and ceilings. CertainTeed was recognized as a 2009 and 2010 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and has earned the 2011 ENERGY STAR Sustained Excellence Award, the Agency’s highest level of recognition, for outstanding contributions to protecting the environment through energy efficiency.

CETCO 3223 2870 Forbs Ave. Hoffman Estates, IL 60192 sarah.esp@cetco.com 847-851-1800

CHIEF BUILDINGS 3306 1821 S. North Rd. P.O. Box 2078 Grand Island, NE 68802-2078 phelpsd@chiefind.com 308-389-7200 www.chiefbuildings.com

Chief Buildings is a leader in product, communication and service for the construction industry. With manufacturing facilities in Grand Island, Nebraska, and Rensselaer, Indiana, Chief designs and manufactures metal building systems for commercial and industrial applications to specific customer requirements. Computeraided design, extensive engineering and manufacturing capabilities and unmatched customer service make Chief a recognized leader in low-rise metal building systems.

CHRISTIE 319 809 Wellington St. N. Kitchener, ON N2G4Y7 Canada owen.remers@christiedigital.com 714-236-8610 www.christiedigital.com

CITYSCAPES 1908 4200 Lyman Ct. Hilliard, OH 43026 paulf@cityscapesinc.com 614-850-2540 www.cityscrapesinc.com

www.cetco.com/BMG

CETCO features a wide variety of active and passive waterproofing membrane technologies for use in protecting the building envelope above and below grade. From waterproofing membranes to greenroof soil and plants, CETCO®

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EXHIBITOR LISTING CLARKDIETRICH BUILDING SYSTEMS 1518 9100 Centre Pointe Drive, Suite 210 West Chester, OH 45069 askforhelp@dietrichindustries.com 800-873-2604

our broad range of colors and finishes, Cold Spring Granite fosters a culture of continuous improvement. In addition to the latest capabilities in BIM, we’re continually looking for ways to boost efficiencies, reduce energy consumption and minimize our environmental impact.

CONCORD ENERGY STRATEGIES, LLC 3305

COLLABORATIVE STUDIO 3506

www.concordenergystrategies.com

Carrera 3a No 63-30 Bogold, Colombia Colombia pgutierrez@aei-col.com 877-706-8713x 161

CONRAD SCHMITT STUDIOS, INC. 3921

www.dietrichmetalframing.com

CLASSIC EQUINE EQUIPMENT 2108 100 Wulfert Drive Fredericktown, MO 63645 cathy.kopp@classic-equine.com 573-783-2999 www.classic-equine.com

CMC 2026

AIA EXPO2011

6565 N. McArthur Blvd. Irving, TX 75039 Johana.Bayter@cmc.com 214-496-5506 www.smisteelproducts.com

COCHRANE USA 2205 601 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Washington, DC 20004 lfiliba@cochrane.co 202-549-3431

COLONIAL CRAFT 465 105 Plank Rd. Shawano, WI 54166 crjagla@home-shield.com 715-524-6070 www.colonialcraft.com

Manufacturer of high-quality Owens unfinished PlankFloor and Factory Finished engineered hardwood flooring and custom architectural mouldings. Made in the USA and sold via wholesale distribution throughout the United States and Canada.

COMBIMIX 434

P.O. Box 1057 1301 Sand Hill Rd. Enka, NC 28728 info@colbond.com 828-665-5000 www.colbond-usa.com

COLD SPRING GRANITE COMPANY 3122 17482 Granite West Road Cold Spring, MN 56320 athielen@coldspringgranite.com 800-551-7502 www.coldspringgranite.com

Cold Spring Granite combines the craft of stonecutting with the artistry of finely detailed finishes to bring your vision to life. Today, as one of the nation’s largest stone manufacturers, we continue to develop new finishes and introduce new colors to better serve the architectural and design communities. In addition to

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2405 S. 162nd Street New Berlin, WI 53151 studio@conradschmitt.com 262-786-3030 www.conradschmitt.com

Conrad Schmitt Studios has been privileged to create and conserve the architectural arts of churches, cathedrals, and buildings of architectural significance since 1889. With unified artistic vision, our experienced Studio artists and craftsmen provide decorative painting, stained glass, ornamental plaster, scagliola, murals, mosaics, etched glass, sculpture and statuary.

CONSTRUCTION COST SYSTEMS 3137

3500 N Causway Blvd., Suite 160 Metairie, LA 70002 kaycook@combimix.com 504-834-1131

1815 S. Meyers Road Suite 200 Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181 cbransby@ccsos.com 630-678-0808 800-443-8607

www.combimix.com

www.ccsos.com

www.cochrane.com

COLBOND, INC. 3021

1413-C Evergreen Road Louisville, KY 40223 paula@concordenergystrategies.com 502-384-9078 888-897-5445

COMMERCIAL BUILDING PRODUCTS MAGAZINE 2662 1300 S. Grove Ave. Suite 105 Barrington, IL 60010 gparr@cbpmagazine.com 847-382-8100

CCS specializes in cost management and cost estimating at all phases of design. Founded in 1979 with offices nationwide, CCS has over 20 full-time associates including Certified Cost Engineers, Certified Professional Estimators, and LEED certified professionals. CCS is a certified Small and Minority Business Enterprise (SBE/MBE) with various federal, state and city agencies.

www.cbpmagazine.com

Commercial Building Products magazine delivers new-product information to decision makers involved in the brand selection and purchase of products for all phases of the commercial-building construction process. Building Power, a regular supplement, focuses on energy monitoring and control in commercial buildings.

CONSTRUCTION SPECIALTIES, INC. 1427 6696 State Route 405 Muncy, PA 17756 info@c-sgroup.com 570-546-5941 www.c-sgroup.com

Construction Specialties manufactures and sells specialty architectural products


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internationally, with over 30 locations in 20 countries worldwide. Its products include interior wall and door protection, entrance flooring, expansion joint covers, louvers, grilles, sun controls, specialty venting and privacy track/curtains. The company serves architects and designers, building owners, facility managers and contractors.

CONTACT INDUSTRIES 2660 9200 SE Sunnybrook Blvd. Suite 200 Clackamas, OR 97015 phimes@contactind.com 503-802-4465 800-345-2232

COOPER LIGHTING 2516 1121 Hwy. 74 South Peachtree City, GA 30269 talktous@cooperlighting.com 770-486-4800 www.cooperlighting.com

As lighting technologies have advanced, Cooper Lighting has been at the forefront of the industry in helping businesses and communities leverage the latest technologies to improve efficiency, reduce costs and meet environmental concerns. Let us show you the most recent advances in lighting and controls technology.

www.contactind.com

CORDECK 2120

Architectural mouldings and millwork, veneer components, profile wrap film components. 20-, 45-, 60- and 90-minute fire rated frames. Custom-engineered components.

12620 Wilmot Rd. Kenosha, WI 53142 kharris@cordeck.com 262-857-3000 www.cordeck.com

CONTAINMENT SOLUTIONS, INC. 1336 5150 Jefferson Chemical Road Conroe, TX 77301 sales@csiproducts.com 936-756-7731 800-537-4730

N-R-G-FLOR® and Walkerdeck® provide the ideal in-floor wire management solution for structural steel building construction. With a low life cycle cost, this secure, adaptable, and sustainable wire management system benefits not only the structure, but also its tenants for the life of the building.

www.containmentsolutions.com

Containment Solutions, Inc. specializes in the manufacturing of underground fiberglass storage tanks (600–60,000 gal. or up to 190,000 ltr.) designed with non-corrosive fiberglass for safe, long term containment of petroleum, automotive and water storage; oil/water separators for storm water discharges and fiberglass manholes, rehabilitation manholes and wetwells for the wastewater industry.

COOLEY GROUP 1820 50 Esten Avenue Pawtucket, RI 02860 info@cooleygroup.com 401-724-9000 800-992-0072 www.cooleygroup.com

With manufacturing facilities in Rhode Island and South Carolina, Cooley has established itself as a premier supplier of flexible polymer composites for a wide range of applications, including fabric awnings, signs, billboards, single-ply roofing, waterproofing, reservoir liners, floating covers and more.

CORDRAYS MILL LUMBER CO. 365 4508 Pottery Place Destin, FL 32541 cordraysmilllumberco@yahoo.com 850-499-6234

Monitoring, Patient Wandering and Pocket Paging emergency communication systems. Our national installation and service network can meet your needs today. Visit us at AIA/CSI Booth 2606 in New Orleans to see our wireless call systems along with our new Digital Area of Rescue System designed to meet the International Building Code and UL864.

CORNELL IRON WORKS, INC. 1234 24 Elmwood Ave. Crestwood Industrial Park Mountain Top, PA 18707 ritak@cornelliron.com 570-474-6773 www.cornelliron.com

Cornell Iron Works and The Cookson Company provide the architectural community with expert design assistance on closure product challenges without obligation. Over 180 years of experience with proven products to achieve project requirements. Coiling doors, grilles and accordion partitions for emergency response, code compliance, security and separation. Available independently from the Cookson and Cornell brands, assuring the best design solution and cost effectiveness. ISO 9001:2008 certified

COSELLA-DORKEN PRODUCTS, INC. 2935 4655 Delta Way Beamsville, ON L0R1B4 Canada info@cosella-dorken.com 905-563-3255 www.deltams.com

www.cordraysmilllumberco.com

We are a specialty lumber company that is ready to meet your design needs for interior and exterior applications. We specialize in River Recovered and Antique Heart Pine, Dead-Head Cypress, Pecky Cypress, Cherry, Oak, Walnut, Maple, Ash and plain Cypress. We can make solid beams up to 40 feet. Specialty is our business.

CORNELL COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 2606 7915 N. 81st Street Milwaukee, WI 53223 sales@cornell.com 414-351-4660 www.cornell.com

Cornell Communications, Inc. provides Nurse Call, ADA Area of Rescue, Door

CPI DAYLIGHTING INC. 737 28662 N Ballard Drive Lake Forest, IL 60045 cpi@cpidaylighting.com 800-759-6985 www.cpidaylighting.com

CPI can be your sole source for daylighting, providing design, fabrication and installation of standard or custom translucent canopies, skylights and wall-lights. CPI also offers hurricane endurance designs and “Class A” fire-resistant systems. No competitor offers the colors, light transmission levels and energy efficient configurations available from CPI. CPI’s newest innovation is IntelaSun®, an intelligent dynamic daylighting system that manages shading and sunlight transmission.

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EXHIBITOR LISTING CREATIVE LAUNDRY SYSTEMS, INC 525 12104-G Indian Creek Court Beltsville, MD 20705 hayes@creativelaundry.com 240-295-1295 www.creativelaundry.com

CRESTRON ELECTRONICS 2321 15 Volvo Dr. Rockleigh, NJ 07647 rlang@crestron.com 888-273-7876

AIA EXPO2011

www.crestron.com

For 40 years, Crestron has been the world’s leading manufacturer of advanced control and automation systems, streamlining technology to improve resource management, operational efficiency and convenience in commercial buildings, universities, hotels, hospitals and homes. Its integrated solutions control audio, video, computer, and environmental systems from touchpanels, keypads and webenabled devices on the managed network. In addition to its World Headquarters in Rockleigh, New Jersey, Crestron has sales and support offices throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, Middle East, Asia, Latin America and Australia.

CRISTACURVA / CRAFTSMAN 2860 4822 Southerland Rd. Houston, TX 77092 mvasquez@craftsmanfab.com 713-353-5800 www.cristacurva.com

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CSA SFM USER GROUP 3141

designation of “Dahlstrom®” as a standard specification by leading manufacturers, architects and designers has enabled us to accumulate over 1700 unique profiles which can be provided in many exotic metals and finishes including 100% recycled steel. We invite you to explore Dahlstrom and see how our metal mouldings can enhance your creativity.

4792 Tourney Road North Vancouver, BC V7K 2W5 Canada wooding@shaw.ca 604-984-8094

DAIKIN AC 3638

market, including an example of their thermally enhanced product. These products are specified for both new build and remodeling projects across all sectors of the construction industry.

www.csasfmforests.ca

The CSA SFM User Group represents forestry organizations in Canada certified to the CSA Sustainable Forest Management Standard. First released in 1996, it has been revised twice and is Canada’s official National Standard for sustainable forest management. The standard has been endorsed by the international Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) since 2005. Group members use the PEFC international Chain of Custody standard and certified products can bear the PEFC label.

CURTAIN WALL DESIGN & CONSULTING, INC. 3559 8070 Park Lane Ste 400 Suite 400 Dallas, TX 75231 rharvey@cdc-usa.com 972-437-4200 www.cdc-usa.com

CUSTOM BUILDING PRODUCTS 3661

Advance Technology Glass Solutions Curved Glass Structural Glass Safety Glass Products Laminated Solar Control Glass Decorative and Colored Glass Oversized Glass Privacy Glass Antireflective Glass Heat Soak Test.

13001 Seal Beach Blvd. Suite#200 Seal Beach, CA 90740 elva@cbpmail.net 562-296-9532

CRITTALL WINDOWS LTD 2001

DAHLSTROM ROLL FORM 3637

Francis House Freebournes Road Witham, Essex CM8 3UN United Kingdom hq@crittall-windows.co.uk 441376530800

402 Chandler St. Suite 2 Jamestown, NY 14702 rwhite@dahlstromrollform.com 716-664-2555

www.crittall-windows.com

www.dahlstromrollform.com

Crittall Steel Windows and Doors will be exhibiting their full range of custom world class products for the North American

Since 1904, the name Dahlstrom® has been synonymous with the accepted standard of excellence in custom roll formed architectural metal products. The

www.custombuildingproducts.com

1645 Wallace Dr. Carrollton, TX 75006 jane.scott@daikinac.com 972-245-1510 www.daikinac.com

DAKTRONICS, INC. 2531 331 32nd Ave. Brookings, SD 57006 vickie.johnson@daktronics.com 605-692-0200 www.daktronics.com

DA-LITE SCREEN COMPANY, INC. 338 P.O. Box 137 3100 N. Detroit St. Warsaw, IN 46581-0137 info@da-lite.com 574-267-8101 www.da-lite.com

DANVER/SUMMIT 2961 1 Grand Street Wallingford, CT 06492 mslater@danver.com 203.269.2300 888-441-0537 www.danver.com

Stainless steel outdor and indoor kitchens; cabinets in 3-inch incr; custom fit any manufacturer’s grill. Stainless outdoor refrigerators and beer taps. Powder painted outdoor kitchens and cabinets. OEM stainless doors and drawer fronts For wod cabinet manufacturers. Stainless acc, shelves and carts. Distributor for BBQs, pest control systems, patio heaters, electronic grils, BQ hoods and pizza ovens.Manufacturer of ADA and Compact refrigerators and Ranges. Custom sheet metal fabrication: stainless steel, in-house powder paint.


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DEANSTEEL MANUFACTURING 3838 111 Merchant Street San Antonio, TX 78204 shoeninghaus@deansteel.com 210-226-8271 www.deansteel.com

DECOFLAME USA, LLC 658 9671 Telstar Ave. El Monte, CA 91731 info.decoflame@gmail.com 626-246-0790 www.decoflameusa.com

Decoflame (USA) LLC is a company that specializes in the creation, design and marketing of bioethanol fireplaces. We are an innovative company that offers decorative fireplaces which provide yearround ecological warmth. The idea is to create a comfortable ambiance using highquality stainless steel fireplaces. What distinguishes us from our competitors is our ability to create unique models as well as a safe product. Also, all of our designs are ULC/UL approved.

DECOUSTICS 3153 61 Royal Group Crescent Woodbridge, ON L4H 1X9 Canada 1-800-387-3809 sales@decoustics.com www.decoustics.com

CertainTeed’s Decoustics range of premium, custom ceiling and wall systems enable specifiers to create one-of-a-kind spaces. With a strong focus on customization, Decoustics range of capabilities include ceiling and wall systems with acoustical coatings, natural wood, woven wire, and many others. In today’s increasingly competitive world, architects and designers rely on Decoustics’ ability to manufacture products which meet the highest of standards, ensuring that their designs match their visions.

DEEP DRIP TREE WATERING STAKES 1664 2487 S. Gilbert Road, Suite 106-230 Gilbert, AZ 85295 lmevans@deepdrip.com 602-550-8555 www.deepdrip.com

Green King, LLC is the manufacturer of the Deep Drip® Tree Watering Stakes which waters, fertilizes and aerates trees and shrubs at the roots and can be used in commercial and residential applications. Our focus is to facilitate in water-wise usage outside, while effectively establishing and sustaining new and existing trees and shrubs. Using Deep Drip® encourages the development of deeper, stronger, and healthier root systems for a better chance of survival and meets LEED requirements for water efficiency.

DEFENSE HOLDINGS, INC. 2519 9105-B Owens Dr. Suite 201 Manassas Park, VA 20111 hsobel@dh-inc.com 703-334-2858

DESIGN-BUILD INSTITUTE OF AMERICA 367 1100 H Street NW Suite 500 Washington, DC 20005 rthomas@dbia.org 202-682-0110 www.dbia.org

Established in 1993, the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) is the only organization that defines, teaches and promotes best practices in designbuild project delivery. Design-build is an integrated approach that delivers design and construction services under one contract with a single point of responsibility. Owners select designbuild to achieve best value while meeting schedule, cost and quality goals. DBIA’s national office is located in Washington, D.C.

DESIGNMASTER FENCE 1361 Av Lazaro Cardenas 2333 Col. Valle Oriente Garza Garcia , NL 66269 Mexico cvilla@deacero.com 035-800-332-2376-1892

www.dh-inc.com

DHi® pioneered the photoluminescent (PL) safety product market and is one of the largest U.S. installers of PL safety products. Our products are sustainable and LEED certified earning. Ideal for retrofitting existing buildings and for historical preservation, they significantly reduce the energy budget and electrical infrastructure for new construction. They cost less to install, require fewer materials to make, are maintenance free, and consume zero energy being charged by ambient light.

DEMILEC (USA) LLC 2735 2925 Galleria DR. Arlington, TX 76011 info@demilecusa.com 817-640-4900

DEX-O-TEX, CROSSFIELD PRODUCTS CORP. 3102 3000 E. Harcourt St. Rancho Dominguez, CA 90221 dexotex@cpcmail.net 310-886-9100 www.dexotex.com

Scientifically superior technologies from the leader in polymeric and cementitious construction chemistries designed to repair, protect and beautify commercial, industrial and institutional decks, floors and walls. Including acrylics, epoxies, urethanes and cementitious systems, designed as: ESD, conductive, terrazzo, crack isolation, fluid-proofing, crack/joint fillers, MVT, underlayments, overlayments, stains and sealers.

www.sealection500.com

DEPENDABLE GLASS WORKS, INC. 1811 88 Parc Place Mandeville, LA 70471 McInnismarketing@bellsouth.net 9858920999

DIAB SALES, INC. 3126 1621 Falcon Dr. Desoto, TX 75115 carla.meadows@us.diabgroup.com 972-228-7694 www.diabgroup.com

www.dependableglass.com

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DOORMERICA 3427

DRAPER, INC. 1823

310 Wayto Road Schenectady, NY 12303 jdouglas@sandellmfg.com 518-357-9757

8360 Elder Creek Rd. Sacramento, CA 95828 dwight_combs@abs-abs.com 916-718-4110

411 South Pearl Street Spiceland, IN 47385 jbundy@draperinc.com 765-987-7999

www.sandelmfg.com

www.milleniumdoors.com

www.draperinc.com

DIMPLEX NORTH AMERICA LIMITED 863

DORMA AMERICAS 3843

1367 Industrial Road Cambridge, ON N1R 7G8 Canada tmuir@dimplex.com 519-650-3630-296

DORMA Drive Reamstown, PA 17567 kmcdonnell@dorma-usa.com 717-336-3881 800-523-8483

www.optiflame.com

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Dimplex North America Limited is the world leader in electric heating, offering a wide range of residential, commercial and industrial products. The company’s commitment to innovation has fostered outstanding product development and design excellence. Dimplex North America’s commitment to the electric fireplace business offers builders, developers and architects the worlds best engineered and built products with the finest support available.

DLUBAK CORPORATION 2900 P.O. Box 510 Blairsville, PA 15717 mek@dlubakcorporation.com 800-336-0562

DOORKING INC. 1428 120 S. Glasgow Ave. Inglewood, CA 90301 ghendrix@doorking.com 310-645-0023 866-400-3600 www.doorking.com

DoorKing manufactures a variety of PC programmable telephone entry and multi-door card access systems, telephone intercom systems, high security MicroPLUS™ RF transmitters and receivers and digital keypads. Our vehicular access control products include Slide, Swing and Barrier gate operators, Maximum security slide gate operators, standard traffic control spikes and automated traffic control spike systems.

DORMA Americas is a leading global manufacturer of premium access solutions that enable better buildings featuring a design oriented portfolio of architectural door hardware, specialty hardware for glass door and wall applications, door automation systems including Crane Revolving Doors, and operable wall systems featuring Modernfold. DORMA Americas is part of DORMA Group Worldwide, a market leader of innovative and inspiring designs and technologies for access solutions.

DOUG MOCKETT & COMPANY, INC. 453 P.O. Box 3333 Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 donna@mockett.com 310-318-2491 800-523-1269 www.mockett.com

Doug Mockett & Company specializes in providing fine architectural hardware for your fine furniture. They offer an extensive product line featuring wire management, power and data grommets, furniture legs, drawer pulls, casters, coat hooks, shelf and work surface supports, and kitchen, bath and closet accessories. All of their parts are constructed with the finest quality and design in mind, and customer satisfaction is their number one goal.

DOWCO PRODUCTS GROUP 1624 1855 S. 54th Ave. Cicero, IL 60804 justin@safeair-dowco.com 708-652-9100 www.elouver.com

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Draper offers motorized and recessed “green” window treatments for solar control both inside and outside the window, front and rear projection screens, projector and flat panel display mounts, and a full gymnasium equipment line.

DRI-DESIGN 1653 12480 Superior Ct. Holland, MI 49424 sales@dri-design.com 616-355-2970 www.dri-design.com

Dri-Design Architectural Wall Panels are a 100% recyclable, pressure equalized rainscreen system. The patented interlocking design is a superior method of water management and an efficient installation system. Dri-Design is not a composite panel and will never delaminate. Joint sealants, gaskets or butyl tapes are not required. Fully tested to the most stringent industry standards including Miami-Dade Hurricane approvals. Available in any Kynar finish and a wide variety of natural metals.

DRYVIT SYSTEMS, INC. 2753 One Energy Way West Warwick, RI 02893 barbara.catlow@dryvit.com 401-822-4100 800-556-7752 www.dryvit.com

Dryvit will be ‘hatching’ a new, highperformance wall cladding, utilizing Exterior Continuous Insulation (ci). Come see this revolutionary new system that combines an air/water-resistive barrier, continuous insulation and durable aesthetics. Learn how it can be the solution to your new construction or renovation project. Dryvit systems are environmentally friendly, and meet the International Energy Conservation Code, 2010 California Green Building Standard Code and ASHRAE Standard 189.1.


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DUCTSOX CORPORATION 2109

DURO-LAST ROOFING, INC. 2634

ECOGLO LIFE SAFETY PRODUCTS 459

9866 Kapp Court Peosta, IA 52068 sales@ductsox.com 563-588-5300 866-382-8769

525 Morley Drive Saginaw, MI 48601 lbauer@duro-last.com 989-753-6486 800-848-0280

www.ductsox.com

www.duro-last.com

241 Main St. Suite 100 Buffalo, NY 14203 dmurray@ecoglo.com 716-474-2462 888-679-4022

DuctSox is a manufacturer of fabric air dispersion products for both open and finished ceiling architecture. Our fabric systems are a cost effective, aesthetically attractive alternative to metal ductwork. They are easy to install, have low material waste on the jobsite, and offer many other Green advantages. New additions include UFSox, LabSox, KitchenSox, and SimpleSox. In addition, our new cylindrical tensioning device, SkeleCore, to keep your fabric duct looking inflated at all times.

The highly reflective Duro-Last® Cool Zone® roofing system delivers real energy cost savings for facilities throughout North America. From reducing heat islands and optimizing energy usage, to resource reuse and thermal comfort, the Cool Zone roofing system can be a part of a comprehensive package for improving building energy performance.

Ecoglo® photoluminescent UL 924 exit signs and life safety products recycle light and are visibly brighter for faster emergency egress in emergencies. Helping to prevent slips, trips and falls in all light conditions, Ecoglo is designed to last over thirty years to provide failsafe supplementary emergency lighting.

DYSON 2345

ECOPHON 3153

DUO-GARD INDUSTRIES INC. 1927

600 W. Chicago Ave. Suite 275 Chicago, IL 60657 Anita.David@dyson.com 312-706-2256

www.accessproducts.com

40442 Koppernick Rd. Canton, MI 48187 marvidson@duo-gard.com 734-207-9700 www.duo-gard.com

Duo-Gard is a leading innovator in custom design/build translucent technology for daylighting systems and strategies; architectural illumination LED systems; decorative interior panels; canopy, skylight and roof systems; bike shelters; and special site structures. LEED compliant.

DURABRAC ARCHITECTURAL COMPONENTS 2561 909 North Tarragona St. Pensacola, FL 32501 mike@cdandm.com 850-433-4981 www.durabrac.com

Durabrac® Architectural Components are a unique collection of vinyl architectural components that include oversized wood replicas, sawn balusters, decorative brackets, soffit corbels, running trim and spandrels. Let us help you upgrade a residential or commercial design. You can create a distinctive style by adding Durabrac Architectural Components to your next project. Electronic drawings are available. Custom projects welcome.

www.dysonairblade.com

EASTERN METAL SUPPLY 2009 3600 23rd Ave. S. Lake Worth, FL 33461 bpadgett@easternmetal.com 704-391-2266

P.O Box 860 Valley Forge, PA 19482 800-233-8990 www.certainteed.com/ceilings

CertainTeed’s line of Ecophon glass wool ceiling products is designed to enhance occupant well-being. Good environmental acoustics in schools, offices and healthcare buildings impact student learning, worker productivity, and patient recovery. The full range of Ecophon sound absorbing ceiling and wall absorber systems create superior environments for the eye, ear and mind.

www.easternmetal.com www.easternarchitectural.com

Distributors of custom and standard aluminum extrusions and sheet products. Specializing in architectural aluminum systems such as sunshade airfoils, canopy, trellis and walkways, decorative and impact tested shutters, enclosures, fence and railing, signage and awnings and much more. We also manufacture aluminum and vinyl impact windows and doors as Eastern Architectural Systems.

ECLIPSE LIGHTING, INC. 2431 9245 W. Ivanhoe Schiller Park, IL 60176 rosa@eclipselightinginc.com 847-260-0333

EDISON PRICE LIGHTING 2616 41-50 22nd St. Long Island City, NY 11101 jsiegel@epl.com 718-685-0750 www.epl.com

Edison Price Lighting designs and manufactures recessed and surfaced down lights, adjustable accent lights and wall washers using LED, MH, TH and CFL technology with apertures(round and square) from 2 to 7 inches. We also have track lighting systems and wall grazing lighting systems using all technologies. Products are specification architectural grade for use in residences, commercial buildings, retails spaces, museums, universities, convention centers, hotels, hospitals, transportation centers, lobbies, offices and restaurants.

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EXHIBITOR LISTING EESTAIRS AMERICA, INC. 3626

ELEMENTS BY DURCON 2962

18 Keefer Rd. St. Catharines, ON L2M 7N9 Canada lk@eestairs.com 905-646-4440

206 Allison Drive Taylor, TX 76574 sdavis@durcon.com 512-595-8017

www.eestairs.com

www.elementsbydurcon.com

Custom, modern and unique staircases. Our passion for design is at the core of every staircase and balustrade that we are able to supply. EeStairs is distinguished by its attention to detail, high production quality and use of diverse materials such as stone, carbon fiber and glass treads with stainless steel stringers and more. Stop by our booth to participate in free giveaways of our EeBook, “Explore the Edge Between Stairs and Art” an exemplary publication of our portfolio.

The newest surfacing option that integrates post-consumer recycled glass creating a sleek, silky yet extremely durable environmentally friendly surface.

EFCO CORPORATION 2764

www.elmesworld.com

1000 County Rd. Monett, MO 65708 rrodgers@efcocorp.com 800-221-4169 www.efcocorp.com

EFCO Corporation and their local area representative, SAS, are displaying the XTherm family of products and services for extreme energy performance along with impact products for hurricane resistance.

EFFICIENT-TEC INTERNATIONAL, LLC 1701 9659 Wendell Rd. Dallas, TX 75243 sales@ETI-S3.com 214-221-9405 www.efficient-tec.com

ELECTRO-MECH SCOREBOARD CO. 534 72 Industrial Blvd. Wrightsville, GA 31096 vharris@electro-mech.com 800-455-7846 www.electro-mech.com

ELMES INC. 1924 19142 Van Ness Ave. Torrance, CA 90501 tic@elmesusa.com 310-618-8870 877-356-3737

Elmes manufactures a diversified collection of exquisite door handles. The distinct creative style of Elmes is available in over 800 contemporary and traditional designs. In addition to a vast collection, Elmes also welcomes custom door handle inquiries. Elmes products are crafted with the finest materials and workmanship available.

ENGINEERED LIGHTING PRODUCTS (ELP) 2628 10768 Lower Azusa Rd. El Monte, CA 91731 pmorales@elplighting.com 626-579-0943 www.elplighting.com

ENGLERT 3334 1200 Amboy Ave. Perth Amboy, NJ 08861 marketing@englertinc.com 732-826-8614

ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN + CONSTRUCTION 2862 2401 W. Big Beaver Rd. Suite 700 Troy, MI 48084 brownd@bnpmedia.com 248-244-6253 www.edcmag.com

Environmental Design + Construction is the premier and oldest magazine dedicated to efficient and sustainable building. ED+C helps the progressive architect, designer, specifying engineer and building developer enhance the sustainability of new and existing commercial, residential, institutional and industrial buildings. Published 12 times in 2011, ED+C highlights industry news, green building projects, and the latest trends and programs (including LEED certification).

ENVIROSHAKE INC. 1761 650 Riverview Drive Unit 1, P.O. Box 1462 Chatham, ON N7M 5W8 Canada ahewko@enviroshake.com 519-380-0689 866-423-3302 www.enviroshake.com

Enviroshake Inc. is the manufacturer of the roofing product The Enviroshake. The Enviroshake is a composite roof shake, that is derived from 95% post industrial recycled material, and is designed to authentically replicate the look of a #1 grade tapersplit cedar shake. The Enviroshake has exceptional performance, durability, longevity and comes with a lifetime nonprorated warranty. The Enviroshake is maintenance free, and is resistant to mold, mildew, insects, impact, fire, and hail.

EPIC METALS CORP. 1916

www.englertinc.com 11 Talbot Avenue Rankin, PA 15104 rfuller@epicmetals.com 412-351-3913 877-696-3742 www.epicmetals.com

EPIC Metals Corporation is the architectural choice for structural roof and floor deck ceiling systems. Our product lines address various appearance options, uncluttered long spans up to 55 feet, interior acoustical control, and green building features. Envista®, Wideck®,

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Archdeck®, and Toris® offer architectural features to fit any project needs. Inspiring Creativity Through Performance®.

EVERGREENE ARCHITECTURAL ARTS 2512 450 West 31 Street 7th Floor New York, NY 10001 info@evergreene.com 212-244-2800

EVOLUTION SURFACE SOLUTIONS 2004 7000 S. Cottonwood St. Midvale, UT 84047 Dan@EvolutionSurfaces.com 855-878-6266

and Phase Change an energy saving material.

FAP CERAMICHE 3041

FABREEKA INTERNATIONAL INC. 2405

Via Ghiarola Nuova, 44 Fiorano Modenese (MO), 41042 Italy info@fapceramiche.it + 0536 837511

1023 Turnpike Street Stoughton, MA 02072 info@fabreeka.com 781-341-3655 www.fabreeka.com

Fabreeka’s experience includes measuring building floor vibration, dynamic modeling of structures to predict performance and vibration isolation mounts and materials for building equipment (HVAC, elevators, etc). Fabreeka also introduces its new thermal insulation material (TIM). TIM is a load bearing “thermal break” which prevents “cold bridging.” The primary benefit is that it maintains structural integrity while reducing heat loss.

EXCEL DRYER INC. 2330 357 Chestnut Street P.O. Box 365 East Longmeadow, MA 01028 sales@exceldryer.com 413-525-4531 800-255-9235

FABRITEC STRUCTURES 325 8505 Chancellor Row Dallas, TX 75247 mestrella@usa-shade.com 214-905-9500

www.exceldryer.com

www.fabritecstructures.com

XLERATOR® hand dryer, The New Industry Standard, dries hands completely in 10–15 seconds and uses 80% less energy than conventional dryers. XLERATOR represents a 95% cost savings versus paper towels and eliminates their maintenance while improving restroom hygiene. XLERATOR is also GreenSpec® Listed and helps qualify for LEED® Credits.

FabriTec Structures has grown to be recognized as the leading tensile fabric structure design/build firm in North America. The FabriTec team consists of hand-picked professionals with years of experience in specialty construction. Our dedication to design and commitment to build provides our clients with a sole resource. With products and services unsurpassed in our industry, we offer the design community the highest level of imagination and innovation in fabric architecture

FABRAL, INC. 3629 3449 Hempland Road Lancaster, PA 17601 info@fabral.com 770-775-4484 800-884-4484 www.fabral.com

Fabral, the premier supplier of metal roofing and wall systems, offers a product line that is both architecturally appealing and consistent with green building guidelines. The product line includes standing seam roof panels, concealed fastener and exposed fastener panels most of which are available in a variety of substrates. Fabral also offers a complete accessory offering and integrated renewable energy saving products such as solar powered systems

FAITHFUL+GOULD 1830 1725 Duke St., Ste. 200 Suite 200 Alexandria, VA 22314 michelle.babuschak@fgould.com 703-684-6550 www.fgould.com

www.fapceramiche.com

Fap Ceramiche is a leading company manufacturing in ceramic tiles for bathrooms. In 2008, Fap introduced two new product lines: mosaics (Fap Mosaici) and ceramic accessories for bathrooms (Fap+). Fap uses advanced printing technologies and sophisticated engraving processes through laser technology (registered under Decografia® brand) and created a new generation of ceramic surfaces, contributing to relaunching this type of tile as a design element.

FARO TECHNOLOGIES 3304 250 Technology Park Lake Mary, FL 32746 kate.carlson@faro.com 407-333-9911 www.faro.com

FCSI THE AMERICAS DIVISION 964 5004 Francesco Lane Bloomington, IL 61705 wade@fcsi.org 309-808-2165 www.fcsi.org

FCSI The Americas is the premier Foodservice Consulting Society specializing in both kitchen design and management consulting for the front or back of the house foodservice operations.

FEENEY INC. 3524 2603 Union Street Oakland, CA 94607 jflom@feeneywire.com 800-888-2418 www.feeneyarchitectural.com

At AIA 2011 Feeney will be presenting our extremely popular CableRail products, DesignRail® line of railing, Lightline® canopies, Sta-Lok® structural rods and new Trellis Collection. We are also proud to introduce a new line of QuickConnectSS fittings, expanding our easy to install, swageless options for the most installerfriendly system on the market.

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EXHIBITOR LISTING FIGUERAS SEATING USA 2311

FIRESTONE METAL PRODUCTS 1537

1908 NW 84th Avenue Miami, FL 33126 info@figueras-usa.com 786-331-9433 888-609-7333

250 W. 96th Street Indianapolis, IN 46260 henrybecky@firestonebp.com 317-853-4632 www.unaclad.com

www.figueras-usa.com

Figueras is an 80 year old, international seating manufacturer providing a very broad range of public seating products which include auditorium/theater seating of all type and applications, lecture/ training room seating, airport/waiting area and stadium seating. With installation references in over 144 countries, we offer the most extensive fixed seating solutions available and lead the industry in terms of quality, engineering, design and technology integration.

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FILEGENIUS 3513 4850 Golden Pkwy., Ste. 408 Buford, GA 30518 diane@filegenius.com 888-753-2245-707

Firestone manufactures the complete line of UNA-CLAD architectural metal products, including roofing systems, architectural wall panels, column covers, sunscreens, and flat lock panels. Sheet and coil are available in a large variety of materials and finishes. Six manufacturing and distribution facilities ensure unparalleled quality and service from coil to finished product. Experienced project management, estimating and drafting personnel supports the company’s professional sales staff.

FLEETWOOD WINDOWS & DOORS 2217 395 Smitty Way Corona, CA 92879 mikec@fleetwoodusa.com 951-368-7983 www.fleetwoodusa.com

www.filegenius.com

FileGenius is an easy-to-use, webbased, secure file transfer and project management solution used by more than 35,000 architects, engineers, and construction professionals worldwide. Share project files with others via your own private collaborative website—without the difficulty of use, high cost, and security issues of similar solutions. FileGenius is used by 20% of ENR’s top 150 global AEC firms.

FLEX TRIM BY CARTER MILLWORK 1062 P.O. Box 189 4264 Old Linwood Road Linwood, NC 27299 info@flextrim.com 800-861-0734 www.flextrim.com www.carterflex.com

Flex Trim by Carter Millwork is the worldwide leader in the manufacture of flexible polyurethane moulding. Our product is the ideal solution when your design requires radius/curved moulding applications such as arched doorways, half round windows, curved walls and stairways, domed ceilings, etc. Flex Trim offers the grains and beauty of real wood.

FLEX-ABILITY CONCEPTS 634 5500 SW 36th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73179 rwidmer@flexabilityconcepts.com 405-996-5343 866-443-3539 www.flexabilityconcepts.com

Come see how easy it is to use Flex-C Trac to create a dome. Archways, curved walls, ceilings and soffits. Clouds, tunnels, spirals, pagoda, gothic … your design. See how easy it is to make your curved framing designs into reality.

FOLLANSBEE STEEL 3828 P.O. Box 610 Follansbee, WV 26037 jbonar@follansbeeroofing.com 304-527-1260 www.follansbeeroofing.com

FOREST PRODUCTS ASSOCIATION OF CANADA (FPAC) 3141 99 Bank St. Suite 410 Ottawa, ON K1P 6B9 Canada jneuheimer@fpac.ca 613-563-1441-303 www.fpac.ca

FPAC works on behalf of Canada’s wood, pulp and paper producers at both the national and international levels. FPAC supports the use of wood as part of green design and encourages architects, buyers and specifiers to choose products from responsible producers that adhere to the following 5 key principles of sustainability: harvest legally; regenerate promptly; reduce waste and promote recycling; make efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions; welcome public scrutiny of their operations.

FORMICA CORPORATION 2953 10155 Reading Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45241 bill.roush@formica.com 513-786-3162 www.formica.com

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FORREST SOUND PRODUCTS 222

GAF MATERIALS CORPORATION 2723

colored designs to be printed on glass quickly, permanently and cost-effectively.

13241 NE 20th Street Bellevue, WA 98005 mippolito@forrestsound.com 425-646-9703

1361 Alps Road Bldg 2 Wayne, NJ 07470 roldham@gaf.com 973-628-4132

GENERAL PANEL CORPORTATION 3007

www.forrestsound.com www.gaf.com

FOX BLOCKS 2806 6110 Abbott Drive Omaha, NE 68110 dave@foxblocks.com 402-408-5154 877-369-2562 www.foxblocks.com

Fox Blocks offers a high-quality, construction friendly block design at a lower price. It gives you all the benefits of a traditional ICF block—energy efficiency, durability, safety, cost savings and comfort—with special features that make it a better value. Fox Blocks’ uniquely clever design helps speed construction with: Easy-to-use reversible, pre-assembled blocks. Exceptionally strong ties. Special corner brackets for additional strength and easy application of veneer finishes.

Celebrating its 125th year in the industry, GAF is the largest roofing manufacturer in North America. Its products include a portfolio of steep-slope and commercial roofing systems, as well as composite decking, which are supported by a national network of factory-certified contractors. The company’s success is driven by a commitment to provide property owners and specifiers with the best and safest choice in roofing through quality products, industry expertise, and solutions made simple.

GARLAND COMPANY, INC. 2005 3800 East 91st Street Cleveland, OH 44105 bfreechack@garlandind.cm 216-641-7500 www.garlandco.com

P.O. Box 279 Grenada, MS 38902 info@permarproducts.com 662-226-8075 www.permarproducts.com

GEOSIS CORPORATION 2522 1126 Yosemite Dr. Milpitas, CA 95035 info@geosis.com 408-262-5887 www.sunmia.com

Sunmia Solar Lighting Solutions offers the latest in solar lighting technology. Manufactured in Milpitas, California, Sunmia solar lights are commercial grade landscaping lights with exclusive and elegant design. Sunmia solar lights offer an efficient and dependable outdoor lighting solution for architects, city planners, landscape designers, and homeowners. Additionally, Sunmia also provides customer design and OEM solutions to fit your lighting needs.

FRIEDRICH GRUBER 2816

High performance roofing and maintenance solutions.

Ferdinand - Raimund- STR. 171 A-2770 Gutenstein, NA 3 info@winecellar.at 011 432634 7465

GEMINI INCORPORATED 638

GERARD/ALLMET ROOFING PRODUCTS 2163

103 Mensing Way Cannon Falls, MN 55009 pattyz@signletters.com 507-263-3957 x494

1844 Abbedale Lane Sandy, UT 84092 pbarton@metalsusa.com 714-401-4645

www.signletters.com

www.buildingproductsusa.com

www.winecellar.at

FSB 564 1 Bishop Lane Madison, CT 06443 eric@fsbna.com 203-404-4700 www.fsbna.com

FSB is a leading manufacturer of quality architectural hardware worldwide, marketing to North America from Madison, CT by FSB North America. The FSB offering includes an extensive range of over onehundred lever designs in stainless steel and aluminum, with up to sixteen finishes, on U.S.-built mortise locks and tubular latches for both commercial and residential work. Complimenting products now include hinges and door closers, so please visit our booth to see these exciting new products.

GENERAL GLASS INTERNATIONAL 1321 101 Venture Way Secaucus, NJ 07094 sales@generalglass.com 201-553-1850 800-431-2042

Stone Coated Metal Roofing Systems by Allmet and Gerard. The beauty of traditional roofing products like shingle, shake and tile, with the strength of steel/ metal.

www.generalglass.com

GGI serves the architectural, design and glazing contracting communities with over 100 years of experience in the glass industry. We offer a full range of fabrication services and a wide array of glass products for exterior and interior glazing systems. Our products include decorative glass, fire-rated glass, picture frame glass, and Alice®, the digital, direct-to-glass printing technology that allows custom, multi-

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EXHIBITOR LISTING GIESSE 2611

GLAS TROESCH 1239

GOOGLE SKETCHUP 3501

2014 Holston Industrial Drive Blountville, TN 37617 Roger.Daugherty@giessegroup.com 423-279-9900

Industrie Strasse 12 Buetzberg, 4922 Switzerland herrmann@glastroesch.ch +41 79 402 03 50

2590 Pearl Street Boulder, CO 80302 sketchup-pro-sales@google.com 303-245-0086

www.GS-NA.com

www.luxar.ch

www.sketchup.com

GLASSBUILD AMERICA/ GLASS MAGAZINE 1540

GORDON, INC. 1928

GIESSE (pronounced “Gee-ES-uh”) North America provides European style hardware to the NA fenestration market. With products that are designed around the Eurogroove, GS NA offers multipoint hardware that provides an unprecedented combination of style, strength, flexibility, and value.

GILLESPIE CORP 1809

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34 Pine St. P.O. Box 359 Ware, MA 01082 garywest@gillespiecorp.com 413-967-4980

8200 Greensboro Dr. Suite 302 McLean, VA 22102 mpurvis@glass.org 703-442-4890 www.glass.org

5023 Hazel Jones Road Bossier City, LA 71111 chesshutchings@gordon-inc.com 800-747-8954 www.gordon-inc.com

GlassBuild America (GBA) and Window & Door Dealers Association (WDDA) along with Glass Magazine and Window & Door Magazine represent glass related companies, products, services, industry standards and training.

Gordon is a manufacturer of sustainable ceiling systems, wall systems, and column enclosures/covers for the architectural interior and exterior design communities, as well as ceiling and wall systems for security/detention and cleanroom marketplaces.

GLIDDEN PROFESSIONAL 1127

GRACE CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS 3717

www.gillespiecorp.com

We excel at combining technologies to solve your elevator, ADA and accessibility and material lift challenges. We have been doing this since 1923. We specialize in pitless (8-inch to 12-inch pit) passenger/ freight elevators; custom commercals and residential elevators; sidewalk elevators; material lifts; rooftop cranes; industrial manlifts. We offer a complete consulting service to assist you with conceptual and design questions as well as dealing with code issues.

GKD-USA, INC. 643 825 Chesapeake Drive Cambridge, MD 21613 sales@gkdusa.com 410-221-0542 800-453-8616

15885 West Sprague Road Strongsville, OH 44136 casey.krysiak@akzonobel.com 440-297-8376 800-984-5444 www.gliddenprofessional.com/home

62 Whittemore Ave. Cambridge, MA 02140 kathryn.a.alpert@grace.com 617-876-1400 www.graceconstruction.com

Part of AkzoNobel, world leader in decorative coatings, Glidden Professional™ is committed to reducing impact on the planet and delivering sustainable products and solutions to our customers. That’s why we’ve integrated sustainability into every area of our business—for the benefit of our clients, shareholders and employees around the world. With tools and services to inspire you, Glidden Professional is your best choice for the environment and your business. Imagine your business tomorrow™.

Grace Construction Products is a global leading manufacturer of a wide range of innovative specialty construction products including air and vapor barriers, structural waterproofing, roofing underlayments, fire protection, concrete admixtures and cement additives. Grace offers its advanced solutions globally. Grace’s team of experts has developed relationships, infrastructure and knowledge of the complexities of construction practices around the world and can assist in international project design.

GLOBAL PARTITIONS INC. 1535

GRAPHISOFT NORTH AMERICA 3401

2171 Liberty Hill Road Eastanollee, GA 30538 sales@globalpartitions.com 706-827-2700

One Gateway Center, Suite 302 Newton, MA 02458 msims@graphisoft.com 617-485-4200

www.globalpartitions.com

www.graphisoftus.com

Global Partitions is recognized as the premier toilet partition provider worldwide, because of outstanding product quality, unparalleled customer service, competitive pricing, and industry leadership through innovation.

GRAPHISOFT® ignited the BIM revolution with ArchiCAD®, the first BIM software for architects. GRAPHISOFT continues to lead the industry with innovative solutions such as the revolutionary GRAPHISOFT BIM Server™, the world’s first real-time

www.gkdmetalfabrics.com

From an 86-year tradition of German engineering excellence, precision manufacturing and technical innovation, GKD has evolved a collection of extraordinary woven metal fabrics for the architecture and design communities. GKDMetalFabrics® are produced in various weights, textures, degrees of transparency and flexibility and are specified by renowned architects and designers worldwide. We will feature MediaMesh® transparent media facades and LEED contributing Daylighting facades.

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BIM collaboration environment, and GRAPHISOFT EcoDesigner™, the world’s first fully integrated building energy modeling application. GRAPHISOFT’s innovative solutions have fundamentally changed the way architects around the world design and collaborate.

GREENGRID/WESTON SOLUTIONS 2706 750 E.Bunker Ct., Ste. 500 Suite 500 Vernon Hills, IL 60061 J.Lindell@westonsolutions.com 847-918-4011

and improve aesthetics are just some of the benefits that greenscreen® can provide. The elements are simple … the possibilities are endless.

GRIFFITH RUBBER MILLS 3064 P.O. Box 10066 Portland, OR 97296 jenniferp@griffithrubber.com 800-321-9677 www.griffithrubber.com

GRK FASTENERS 3161

GYFORD STANDOFF SYSTEMS 1534

280 Park Ave. #16M New York, NY 10010 jeff@gswindowsystems.com 347-995-3455

891 Trademark Dr. Reno, NV 89521 info@standoffsystems.com 775-829-7272

www.gswindowsystems.com

www.standoffsystems.com

GS WINDOW SYSTEMS is the USA affiliate of GASTALDELLO SISTEMI, a market leader in Europe since 1959. For decades we have been in the business of designing and manufacturing high performance aluminum window, door and curtain wall systems. Our product designs prioritize energy efficiency, air, water and structural performance combined with style. Environmental awareness and energy efficiency are integral to our future as a responsible manufacturer of fenestration products. We utilize state of the art polyamide thermal struts, and we are continually developing new technologies to maximize energy savings in our products. With our new Euroline 76E system, we can meet R-5 thermal values, .22 U factor for operable windows and .19 for a fixed window. We extrude domestically with aluminum consisting of 45% recycled content (32% pre-consumer and 13% postconsumer) and we offer finish options that meet all AAMA requirements in both liquid and powder paint, as well as the full range

Gyford Productions is the original designer and leading manufacturer of precision aluminum and stainless steel decorative mounting components, called Gyford StandOff Systems®. With over 650 individual parts, assemblies, and proprietary extrusions, you can literally “Bring Your Designs to Life®”. StandOffs, Wire-Suspension, EZ-Rod/ Wire and StructureLite and our New Wire-Lite product lines feature unmatched interchangeability of components, creating infinite design solutions.

www.grkfasteners.com

1743 South La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90035 john@greenscreen.com 310-837-0526 800-450-3494 www.greenscreen.com

Greenscreen®, is an innovative threedimensional landscape trellising system, made from recycled steel that can be installed freestanding or wall mounted. The distinctive modular trellis panel is the building block of the greenscreen® system which includes a versatile array of mounting clips for almost every application from flat or curved wall panels, fences, screens or columns. Reduction of the urban heat island effect, light control, shading, urban reforestation, increased biodiversity, security, graffiti abatement, air filtration

www.guardian.com sunguardglass.com

GS WINDOW SYSTEMS 2238

2211 Newmarket Parkway Ste. 110 Marietta, GA 30067 alaney@greenguard.org 770-984-9903

GREENSCREEN 2028

14600 Romine Rd. Carleton, MI 48117 lrichard@guardian.com 734-654-4380

GRK Fasteners manufactures an extensive line of high quality, patented construction fasteners for use in wood, metal and concrete. Sizes range from 3/8 inch to 20 inches in length.

1499 Rosslyn Road Thunder Bay, ON P7E 6W1 Canada angie.whittington@grkfasteners.com 800-263-0463

The GREENGUARD Environmental Institute aims to protect human health by enhancing indoor air quality and reducing chemical exposure. A third-party certifier of building products and materials, GREENGUARD requires independent, scientific testing of products to verify that they meet stringent chemical emissions criteria. Products in the GREENGUARD Program have been screened for over 10,000 chemicals— making them healthier, more sustainable options for indoor environments.

GUARDIAN INDUSTRIES CORP. 2235

Guardian SunGuard Advanced Architectural Glass provides design solutions that help create striking statements of light and color while earning LEED points and controlling energy costs. Booth 2235 features Guardian’s Build With Light Studio; new SunGuard SuperNeutral (SN) product SNX 62/27; a new building Energy Calculator; and continuing education courses “The Evolution of Glass and High Performance Coatings” and “LEED and High Performance Glass.”

GREENGUARD ENVIRONMENTAL INSTITUTE 2061

www.greenguard.org

of anodizing. We look forward to meeting with to show you our products and discuss the best approach for your projects, however standard or custom of a solution is required.

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EXHIBITOR LISTING GYM FLOOR INSPECTORS LLC 3425 3204 Butternut Cir. NW Prior Lake, MN 55372 Floyd@GymFloorInspectors.com 480-361-5494

devices. Since 1849, our focus has been innovative products, exceptional value, and incomparable customer service.

HALFEN ANCHORING SYSTEMS 1525

www.gymfloorinspectors.com

Gym Floor Inspectors has been assisting architects and owners with their sports floor designs since 2004. Owned by Floyd Shelton, who has more than 30 years experience in manufacturing, designing, installing, inspecting, and repairing floors worldwide, Gym Floor Inspectors is uniquely qualified to help with every phase of your gym floor project.

HAE KWANG LTD / HK TECHFLOOR LLC 339

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1430 N Hobson St. Gilbert, AZ 85233 kevindefoe@sbcglobal.net 480-813-1007 www.hktechfloor.com

HAFELE AMERICA CO. 1463 3901 Cheyenne Dr. Archdale, NC 27263 srussell@hafeleamericas.com 336-434-2322 800-423-3531 www.hafele.com/us

Häfele is an international leader in architectural, builders, furniture and cabinet hardware. Products include sliding systems for wood and glass, access control/locking identification systems, decorative and functional hardware and organizational products for the home. Find the full range of Häfele products in The Complete Häfele catalogs.

HAGER COMPANIES 1035 139 Victor St. Saint Louis, MO 63104 dsiebert@hagerco.com 314-633-2748 www.hagerco.com

Hager Companies provides single-source solutions for the door hardware industry. Our line of quality products includes architectural hinges, Roton geared and stainless steel continuous hinges, trim, thresholds/weatherstripping, sliding door hardware, locks, closers, and exit

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HANSGROHE, INC. 464 1490 Bluegrass Lakes Parkway Cumming, GA 30004 info@hansgrohe-usa.com 770-667-1897 www.hansgrohe-usa.com

8521 FM 1976 Converse, TX 78109 pschmidt@meadowburke.com www.meadowburke.com

HAMBRO 1423 270 chemin Du Tremblay Boucherville, QC J4B 5X9 Canada sylvie.gosselin@canam.ws 450-641-4000 x3581

HANLEY WOOD 1941

Axor, is the designer brand of the Hansgrohe company. Axor collaborates exclusively with the world’s top designers— come see our new additions to the Axor Citterio collection by Antonio Citterio. Experience the work of Philippe Starck who has redefined the shower possibilities with the Axor Starck ShowerCollection and created the Axor Starck single-hole faucet, a masterpiece of classical minimalist design that is often imitated, but there can only be one original.

HAWA BAMBOO FLOORING CORP. 3118

One Thomas Circle Suite 600 Washington, DC 20005 rellis@hanleywood.com 202-736-3310

4000 Bordentown Ave. #4 Sayerville, NJ 08872 hawabamboo@aol.com 732-390-1818

www.hanleywood.com

www.hawabamboo.com

Hanley Wood, LLC, is the premier media and information company serving housing and construction. Through media event and marketing platforms, the company produces award-winning magazines and websites, marquee trade shows and events, rich data and custom marketing solutions. The company publishes ARCHITECT, The Magazine of The American Institute of Architects.

HAWA began supplying traditional wood floors such as White Oak, Maple and Birch in 2003. HAWA imported and produce exotic hardwood flooring such as Brazilian Cherry, Santos Mahogany, Tigerwood and Kempas.

HANOVER ARCHITECTURAL PRODUCTS 2229 5000 Hanover Road Hanover, PA 17331 krepasky@hanoverpavers.com 717-637-0500 800-426-4242 www.hanoverpavers.com

Manufacturers of concrete unit pavers for over 40 years for on-grade and roof applications for architectural, commercial, and residential projects.

HAYN ENTERPRISES 343 51 Inwood Rd. Rocky Hill, CT 06067 cables@hayn.com 800-346-4296 www.hayn.com

The marine proven technology behind Hayn Marine has been adapted for use in the architectural field. From the high tech look of stainless steel, chrome, glass, etc. to the warm look of wood or brass, Hayn Lines will accent any decor. Marine tested and approved with a 50-year reputation for quality, delivery, pricing, and customer support, Hayn is the preferred choice for architects and designers.


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HEARNE HARDWOODS, INC. 2629 200 Whiteside Drive Oxford, PA 19363 info@hearnehardwoods.com 610-932-7400 www.hearnehardwoods.com

Hearne Hardwoods is a source for some of the world’s rarest and most beautiful timbers including book matched lumber, burls, boules, custom flooring and a few exotic veneers. Our specialty stock includes rare mutations of common species, natural edged flitch, salvaged antique lumber, highly figured boards and one piece table top planks up to 7 feet wide and over 20 feet long. If you are looking for architectural woods, musical instrument grade wood, hardwood flooring or to make fine furniture we are the place to go. With over 1 million feet of inventory we can supply all of your lumber needs.

HEARTWOOD PINE FLOORS 2304 2722 Hwy. 87 South Moncure, NC 27559 dave@heartwoodpine.com 919-542-4394 www.heartwoodpine.com

HEFFERNAN PROFESSIONAL PRATICE INSURANCE BROKERS 3409 1808 Embarcadero Rd., Suite A Palo Alto, CA 94303 johnf@heffins.com 650-842-5229

HENDRICK ARCHITECTURAL PRODUCTS 553 1 7th Ave. Carbondale, PA 18407 sales@hendrickarchproducts.com 877-840-0881 www.hendrickarchproducts.com

Hendrick Architectural Products offers custom metal product solutions and systems for interior and exterior applications. Regardless of whether your project calls for one piece or thousands, the Hendrick group of companies are willing and eager to satisfy your needs. Our architectural specialists are committed to providing exceptional customer service and technical assistance for your project requirements.

HENRY COMPANY 2501 909 North Sepulveda Blvd. Suite 650 El Segundo, CA 90245 productsupport@henry.com 310-955-9200 800-598-7663 www.henry.com

Henry Company is the #1 Choice of Professionals® and the leading innovator of specialized Building Envelope Systems®, including air and vapor barrier, waterproofing, foam insulation and roofing systems. For more than 75 years, Henry products have protected and enhanced the performance of residential, industrial, commercial and institutional foundations, buildings and structures.

www.hppib.com

Heffernan Professional Practice Insurance Brokers (HPPIB) is one of the largest insurance brokerages in the USA. HPPIB has been servicing architectural firm business insurance and employee benefit needs since 1982.

HENDERSON ENGINEERS, INC. 3634 8325 Lenexa Dr. Lenexa, KS 66214 marcia.youker@hei-eng.com 913-742-5369 www.hendersonengineers.com

HERITAGE CAST IRON USA 3260 639 West 41st St. Tulsa, OK 74107 doug@wmcraft.com 918-592-1700 877-855-4766

HOLCIM (US) INC. 3507 201 Jones Road Waltham, MA 02451 productinfo-us@holcim.com 888-646-5246 www.holcim.us

Holcim (US) is one of the largest cement manufacturers in the United States, producing portland/blended cement, masonry/mortar cement, mineral components, or technical services.

HOLLAENDER MANUFACTURING CO. 3436 10285 Wayne Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45215 leahw@hollaender.com 513-772-8800 800-772-8800 www.hollaender.com

Hollaender offers several aluminum handrail systems that meet differing architectural styles and tastes. All of our systems can be designed to meet OSHA, IBC, BOCA, SBC, and UBC. Various combinations of aluminum pipe, infill panels, and fittings can be selected for use in apartments, offices, recreational facilities, schools, residences; in fact, any building application you may have.

HOMASOTE CO. 3945 932 Lower Ferry Road Trenton, NJ 08628 lemonick@homasote.com 609-883-3300 800-257-9491 www.homasote.com

Homasote Company utilizes recycled material to produce structural building products used for sound control, floor systems, tackable wall surfaces, expansion joint, roof decking and packaging. Sensible. Sound. Solutions.

www.heritagecastironusa.com

Heritage Cast Iron USA supplies finely crafted, Victorian era cast iron gates, fences and railings in seven unique design collections. Made using the original late 19th-century designs and techniques these products are ideal for any new construction, restoration, or re-generation project where traditional ornamental metalwork, high quality and moderate cost are important. CAD files for professional use and Trade Discounts are available.

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EXHIBITOR LISTING HOME AUTOMATION, INC. (HAI) 3002 4330 Michoud Blvd. New Orleans, LA 70129 charlie.degiovanni@homeauto.com 504-736-9810 800-229-7256 www.homeauto.com

AIA EXPO2011

HAI is a privately held manufacturer of integrated automation and security products for residential and commercial use based in New Orleans, LA. Incorporated in 1985, HAI developed a full line of award-winning automation products, including home control systems, thermostats, smart light switches, whole home audio systems, video surveillance equipment, touchscreens, and software that allows access and control over the Internet. All products installed by trained dealers in over 80 countries.

HOOVER TREATED WOOD PRODUCTS, INC. 3423 154 Wire Road Thomson, GA 30824 marketing@frtw.com 800-983-9997 800-TEC-WOOD

1617 Hi Line Drive Suite 450 Dallas, TX 75207 oliviab@horizontile.com 214-741-4447 800-656-7557 www.horizontile.com

KERLITE: The Original Ultra Thin Porcelain Tile is a highly innovative thin porcelain suitable for interior and exterior finishes. Ideal for ventilated facades and tile over tile installation. Suited for floors and walls in commercial, healthcare, hospitality and residential projects. Perfect for renovation eliminating demolition, reducing construction waste, and providing cost savings. Available in over 30 colors and looks, in sizes as large as 39-inch x 118-inch slabs, all in 3.5mm thickness.

HOUSE OF ANTIQUE HARDWARE 2411 802 NE Davis St. Portland, OR 97232 Jon@houseofantiquehardware.com 888-223-2545 www.jhouseofantiquehardware

www.frtw.com

Hoover Treated Wood Products, Inc. offers lumber and plywood treated with either Pyro-Guard® interior or Exterior Fire-X® outdoor-exposed fire retardant. Both products are pressure impregnated and kiln dried under third-party monitoring, and bear the Underwriters Laboratories classification mark. Hoover also offers a full line of preservative treatments for commercial, home, and FDA applications. Also, Hoover offers an all wood sound barrier system.

HOPE’S WINDOWS INC. 628 84 Hopkins Ave. Jamestown, NY 14702 sales@hopeswindows.com 716-665-5124 www.hopeswindows.com

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HORIZON ITALIAN TILE/ KERLITE THIN PORCELAIN 437

HP 2553 3404 E. Harmony Rd. MS53 Fort Collins, CO 80528 glenda.brungardt@hp.com 970-898-9295 www.hp.com

HUBER ENGINEERED WOODS 438 10925 David Taylor Drive Suite 300 Charlotte, NC 28262 Christina.Goldblatt@Huber.com 704-731-2664

efficiency, and is the optimal solution for structural sheathing, moisture management and superior air barrier performance, all in one.

HUFCOR INC. 3100 P.O. Box 591 2101 Kennedy Rd. Janesville, WI 53545 info@hufcor.com 608-756-1241 800-542-2371-214 www.hufcor.com

World’s leading manufacturer of sound rated operable, accordion, and glass partitions. Headquartered in USA; global representatives and manufacturing.

HUMIDIFALL 1563 5988 Mid Rivers Mall Dr. St. Louis, MO 63304 mreed@humidifall.com 636-928-8855 877-884-4776 www.humidifall.com

Humidify. Dehumidify. Beautify. Cleanse. Conserve. Humidifalls are the best, most advanced architectural humidification systems in the world, delivering gallons of moisture an hour to optimize indoor air quality. Because moving water is a natural negative ion source, Humidifalls also clean the air by capturing airborne particles including allergens, pathogens, mold, pollen, dust, smoke and pollutants of all types. Our systems are improving environments for life in every climate.

HUNTER DOUGLAS CONTRACT 1641 2 Park Way Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458 Pauline.Day@hunterdouglas.com (201) 760-6509

www.zipsystem.com www.hunterdouglascontract.com

High energy prices, growing awareness of building performance and environmental sustainability, and changes in building codes have led to the development of new products and building practices. By the creators of AdvanTech® subflooring, ZIP System® wall and roof sheathing is designed to address the growing need for home performance, comfort and energy

Innovative architectural products including window coverings, exterior shades and blinds, sun louvers, ceilings, facades and 3form materials for any contract application.


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HUNTER PANELS 1420

IDEAPAINT 1561

IMAGE TRANSFORM, LTD. 2761

15 Franklin St. Portland, ME 14101 info@hpanels.com 888-746-1114

290 Eliot St. 2nd Floor Ashland, MA 01721 info@ideapaint.com 617-714-1050

1152 SE Gateway Dr. Grimes, IA 50111 ron@imagetransform.com 515-986-3337

www.hunterpanels.com

www.imagetransform.com

www.ideapaint.com

Hunter Panels Xci—polyisocyanurate insulation for exterior wall applications. Energy Star, LEED, and EPA compliant.

HYDRO-STOP/UNITED COATINGS 2227 1465 Pipefitter Street N Charleston, SC 29405 info@hydro-stop.com 843-745-9600 www.hydro-stop.com

World leader in the manufacture of environmentally safe roofing and waterproofing systems, Hydro-Stop products are formulated to provide permanent, sustainable solutions to water ingress problems throughout the entire building envelope. Various approvals from FM, CRRC, Miami-Dade, Florida Building Code, Energy Star, and compliant with OTC, LEED, and California Title 24.

ICYNENE INC. 2700 6747 Campobello Road Mississauga, ON L5N 2L7 Canada inquiry@icynene.com 905-363-4040 800-758-7325 www.icynene.com

Icynene helps to build more energy efficient homes and commercial structures. Our portfolio of high-performance lightand medium-density solutions meets the needs of both an insulation and air barrier material for improved air quality and reduced energy costs; making it the right choice for architects, builders and homeowners. Be sure to ask us how we’re expanding high performance.

IDFGLOBAL 1661 208 36th Street Genesis Studios, 465 Maitland Ave., Altamonte Springs, FL 32701 Newport Beach, CA 92663 m.abbott@mac.com 949-675-7530 www.IDFGlobal.com

IDF Global is an award winning, full service, architectural presentation studio. We provide architectural 3D animations, digital illustrations, traditional watercolors, conceptual art, physical models and many other architectural presentation and marketing products. IDF Globals newest affiliation with the California studio of Michael Abbott and the Florida location of Frank Bartus and Genesis Studios now brings more than 60 years of combined architectural visualization experience to the U.S.

IES LTD. 3607 43 Kingston Street Fifith Floor Boston, MA 02111-2241 angela.mcmahon@iesve.com 617-426-1890 www.iesve.com

Image Transform produces complete environmental graphics projects including printed wall paper, canvas and ceramic murals, 3M adhesive display graphics, exterior textured wall graphics and printed or die cut architectural glass graphics. We specialize in dye sublimated fabrics for interior design applications including hanging and formed applications. ITL produces Museum and acrylic graphics utilizing Lambda photographic technology for 65 year archival display components. We provide exterior building wraps, large format perforated window installations, banners, street banners and project signage. Image Transform also specializes in stadium and gymnasium graphics including wall pads, bleacher end graphics and floor graphics. ITL is the only manufacturer of the innovative WindFlex pole sign product, an alternative to street banners that need to be re-tensioned and replaced periodically due to wind and sun-fading. ITL is a certified member of the Professional Decal Applicators Association as well as 3M certified.

IMAGES PUBLISHING GROUP, THE 1339 6 Bastow Pl Mulgrave Victoria, 3170 Australia paul@imagespublishing.com +613/9561-5544 www.imagespublishinggroup.com

ILEX ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING 2359 82 Stevens Street East Taunton, MA 02718 aindursky@ilexlight.com 508-822-5854 www.ilexlight.com

ILEX Architectural Lighting offers a sophisticated collection of pendants, sconces, flush mounts and portables to the hospitality, retail and commercial industry. In addition to our standard catalog, we specialize in custom design and manufacturing for architects, design professionals and lighting specifiers.

The Images Publishing Group, established 1983, is now the preferred publisher for many of the world’s premier architects, designers and professional organizations, including The American Institute of Architects. Known for high-quality publications, IPG also forms international liaisons between professionals. Displayed on stand number 1339 are new book and choice selections from prior years. Drop by booth 1339 to discuss traditional or eBooks. See publishers Paul Latham or Alessina Brooks.

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EXHIBITOR LISTING IMAGINIT TECHNOLOGIES 3706

INNOPLAST, INC. 2160

INSULGARD SECURITY PRODUCTS 2612

161 Worcester Road, Suite 401 Framingham, MA 01701 gmelvin@rand.com 216-834-8320 800-356-9050

P.O. Box 23681 10120 Gottschalk Pkwy. Chagrin Falls, OH 44023 blong@innoplast.com 800-516-9287

1291 Rickett Rd. Brighton, MI 48116 fred.gebauer@sabic-ip.com 616-682-1500 800-624-6315

imaginit.com

www.innoplast.com

www.insulgard.com

IMAGINiT Technologies, a RAND Worldwide Company, is a leading provider of design and engineering solutions to the building, manufacturing and infrastructure industries. IMAGINiT provides Autodesk software solutions and is the largest North American Autodesk Authorized Training Center (ATC) partner. IMAGINiT delivers knowledge, expertise and design processes to clients through proven technical support, training and consulting services.

Founded in 2005, Innoplast manufacturers and sells vehicle and facility protection products—at prices businesses can afford. Our products protect facilities in a costefficient way by reducing maintenance costs. We led the industry by introducing a 5-year warranty against fading and cracking. Notable product installations include UCLA, Logan Airport, 3M, and Tinker AFB.

Insulgard Security Products is an industry leader in designing, engineering and manufacturing of specialized security systems for the protection of personnel and assets. With over 35 years of experience Insulgard has developed a comprehensive state-of-the-art product line featuring protection from ballistic, blast, impact and wind assault Our systems are custom made ensuring that we achieve the level of security needed with architectural appeal.

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IMPERIAL MAILBOX SYSTEMS, INC 221

INPRO CORPORATION 1853

P.O. Box 340 Millbrook, AL 36054 troy@imperialmailboxsystems.com 334-285-6601

S80 W18766 Apollo Drive Muskego, WI 53150 bandrzejak@inprocorp.com 262-679-9010 800-222-5556

www.imperialmailboxsystems.com

www.inprocorp.com

www.interlam-design.com

InPro Corporation is the premier BIM-ready manufacturer of building products, offering the smart most choices and best service in door and wall protection, decorative surfaces, expansion joint systems, cubicle track and privacy curtains and signage and wayfinding. Enter the SMART Choice Sweepstakes from InPro to win a 2011 smart car.

Interlam manufactures 3D architectural wall panels with many exotic finishes. Interlam also sells colored fiberboard called Valchromat. This year Interlam is proud to introduce a new line of HPL called Lab Design. Lab Design will soon be the leader in the HPL industry for design, texture and overlays.

INDEPENDENT FLOOR TESTING & INSPECTION 2123 1850 Gateway Blvd. Suite 230 Concord, CA 94520 jennifer@floortest.com 800-490-3657 www.floortest.com

IFTI provides national independent thirdparty testing and certification of moisturerelated issues, from pre-floor covering concrete slab moisture testing to postfloor covering root cause failure analysis and recommendations for cost-effective solutions.

INDUSTRIAL ACOUSTICS COMPANY, INC. 232 1160 Commerce Avenue Bronx , NY 10462 info@industrialacoustics.com 718-931-8000 www.industrialacoustics.com

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INTERLAM, INC. 227

INSULATION SOLUTIONS, INC. 2202 401 Truck Haven Road East Peoria, IL 61611 jenni@insulationsolutions.com 309-698-0062 www.insulationsolutions.com

Insulation Solutions, Inc. manufacturers high performance vapor barriers, waterproofing products, building products and accessories for all types of different applications. Our under-slab vapor barrier line, Viper VaporCheck, was designed to help control vapor and moisture infiltration in homes and buildings. Viper is a highly specified product with low permeability levels and high puncture resistance. Come visit our booth to see why Viper is the right choice.

1805 Red Bank School Rd. Claudville, VA 24076 catherine@interlam-design.com 276-251-5300

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LIGHTING DESIGNERS 2526 The Merchandise Mart Suite 9-104 Chicago, IL 60654 aramirez@iald.org 312-527-3677 www.iald.org

Founded in 1969 and based in Chicago, Illinois, the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) is an internationally recognized organization dedicated solely to the concerns of independent, professional lighting designers. The IALD strives to set the global standard for lighting design excellence by promoting the advancement and recognition of professional lighting designers.


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INTERNATIONAL CELLULOSE CORP 531 12315 Robin Blvd Houston, TX 77045 rgreen@spray-on.com 713-610-4718 www.spray-on.com

Spray-applied acoustical and thermal products that are manufactured from a minimum 80% recycled materials. Our products contribute to the LEED Points System. Class 1, Class A Flame Spread Rating.

INTERNATIONAL CODE COUNCIL 3435 900 Montclair Road Birmingham, AL 35213 bcampbell@iccsafe.org 205-591-1853-264 www.icfsafe.org

INTERNATIONAL DOOR CLOSERS, INC. 2101 1920 Air Lane Dr. Nashville, TN 37120 kroth@intldoorclosers.com 615-335-0164 www.intldoorclosers.com

IDC is a growing company with a full line of door closers, exit devices and access control/electrified devices. We believe in “Made in USA products and being a member of the US Green Building Council.”

INTERNATIONAL PAINT LLC 1131 18 Chautauqua Avenue Nashua, NH 03064 bill.dempster@akzonobel.com 731-684-1242

INTUS CONSULTING 2960 1042 Wisconsin Ave. NW 2nd floor Washington, DC 20007 info@intusconsulting.com 202-701-3208 www.intusconsulting.com

Intus Windows is a Washington, D.C.– based distributor of super energy-efficient wood with aluminum cladding windows and doors. We are also distributors of commercial application insulated aluminum windows and doors that feature triple-pane

technology. Advanced technology permits us to realize practically unlimited range of forms, configurations, colors and technical solutions, adjusting to the clients’ taste and styles.

INVISIBLE STRUCTURES 728 1600 Jackson Street Suite 310 Golden, CO 80401 dustin@invisiblestructures.com 303-233-8383 800-233-1510 www.invisiblestructures.com

Invisible Structures, Inc. provides the finest, environmentally friendly products for site development. Our products can help you ease costs, control stormwater and add aesthetic value. Our flexible porous (permeable) pavers—Grasspave2 and Gravelpave2— can be used in fire lanes, “green” parking lots, grass or gravel driveways, ADA and heavy truck access roads, and pedestrian and multi-use trails. Our underground stormwater storage system—Rainstore3—is possible the most flexible to design and most versatile to use retention, detention or harvesting (gray water for reuse) system. Slopetame2 is unique in the erosion and sediment control market—integrated rings, bars, grid and fabric give the best immediate and long term protection for the price. Draincore2, geosynthetic drainage layer, provides unprecedented water conveyance and air infiltration while maintaining strength—perfect for green roofs, athletic field drainage, french drains, planters, and retaining wall drainage.

ISOKERN FIREPLACES BY EARTHCORE 3035 6899 Phillips Industrial Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32256 gfishel@isokern.net 904-363-3417-226 www.isokern.net

ITALIAN TRADE COMMISSION/ CERAMIC TILES OF ITALY 3041 33 E. 67th St. New York, NY 10065 newyork@italtrade.com 212-980-1500

and business opportunities between Italy and foreign markets. The Italian Tile Center at the Italian Trade Commission NY has worked in collaboration with Confindustria Ceramica (Association of Italian Ceramics) to promote Italian ceramic Tiles to architects, designers, dealers and distributors through a wide range of activities and services which ranges from seminars to participation in trade shows.

JAKOB INC. 3641 955 NW 17th Ave. Unit B Delray Beach, FL 33445 alex.sta@jakob.usa.com 561-330-6502 www.jokob-usa.com

JAMES HARDIE BUILDING PRODUCTS 121 26300 La Alameda Ave, Suite 400 Mission Viejo, CA 92691 denise.uselding@Jameshardie.com 949-348-4565 www.jameshardie.com

JERITH MANUFACTURING CO., INC. 130 14400 McNulty Road Philadelphia, PA 19154 terry@jerith.com 800-344-2242 www.jerith.com

Jerith Manufacturing is the largest and original manufacturer of Aluminum Ornamental Fence. We specialize in Residential, Commercial, and Industrial strength aluminum fence. We also are the manufacturers of “Patriot” a welded wire ornamental fence that offers a pleasing alternative to chain link fencing. We also distribute a line of Architectual Grating type fence.

JESSUP MANUFACTURING CO. 2423 P.O. Box 366 McHenry, IL 60051 sales@jessupmfg.com 815-385-6650 www.jessupmfg.com

www.italytile.com

The Italian Trade Commission is the government agency that promotes trade

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EXHIBITOR LISTING JM GRUCA, INC. 2664

KAPLAN AE EDUCATION 329

5309 Palmero Court Buford, GA 30518 lara@jmgrucainc.com 770-682-1601

332 Front Street South Ste. 501 La Crosse, WI 54601 lcomstock@kaplan.com 608-779-5599

www.architecturalglassrailings.com

www.alsonline.com

JOHNSON SCREENS 3338 1950 Old Hwy. 8 NW New Brighton, MN 55112 John.Flaa@johnsonscreens.com 651-638-3235

AIA EXPO2011

www.johnsonscreens.com/content/architectureconstruction-0

Johnson Screens collaborates with architects to design and manufacture custom, stainless steel architectural products such as floor grating, wall and ceiling cladding, column covers, light towers, urban furniture, handrail systems and a variety of accent items. Key projects include wall cladding at World Trade #7, light towers at South Point Park in Miami and sun screens at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis.

KAWNEER COMPANY, INC. 2641 555 Guthridge Court Norcross, GA 30092 les.seasholtz@alcoa.com 770-449-5555 www.kawneer.com

KALWALL CORPORATION 1638 1111 Candia Rd Manchester, NH 03109 info@kalwall.com 800-258-9777

Kalwall invented and has continuosly innovated the most highly insulating, diffuse daylighting fenestration systems in the world. Eight distinct, yet related systems based on the Kalwall structural fiberglass/aluminum sandwich panel, are available to enclose all or psart of the walls and roofs of any building.

KALZIP INC. 945 4921 C Ohio St. Michigan City, IN 46369 jennifer.scott@kalzip.com 219-879-2793 www.kalzip.com

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Kaplan Construction Education is a leader in architecture, engineering, contracting, and home inspection education. We help emerging professionals in the construction industries prepare for career success. Kaplan is the nation’s leader in helping individuals prepare for standardized testing and has been for nearly 70 years. As a Kaplan company, you can trust the best name in exam prep to provide you with everything for success.

Kawneer North America offers architectural aluminum building products and systems for the commercial construction industry. Our extensive product line includes entrances, framing systems, windows and curtain wall systems. During the expo, we will highlight our range of products including: sun shading, impact resistant and high thermal performing products, as well as windows from our Traco division. Kawneer will conduct AIA-registered expo education programs inside the exhibit’s learning center.

has a dedicated team of regional engineers able to assess existing facilities and work closely with architects and engineers to provide comprehensive and cost-effective fall protection solutions.

KEENE BUILDING PRODUCTS INC. 2063 5910 Landerbrook Drive Suite 210 Mayfield Hts., OH 44124 mat@keenebuilding.com 440-605-1020 www.keenebuilding.com

KELLY-MOORE PAINT CO., INC. 2121 1057B Commercial Street San Carlos, CA 94070 epatricio@kellymoore.com 650-544-9759 www.kellymoore.com

Kelly-Moore Paint Company Inc. is a Green Certified Company that manufactures, distributes and supports a complete line of paint products and coating systems for residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial applications. Kelly Moore Paint Company is an employee-owned company with with more than 160 retail stores and 2000 employees.

KENYON INTERNATIONAL, INC. 2610 8 Heritage Park Road P.O. Box 925 Clinton, CT 06413 sowens@kenyonappliances.com 860-664-4906 www.kenyonappliances.com

KEE SAFETY, INC. 3917 100 Stradtman St. Buffalo, NY 14206 bstickler@keesafety.com 716-896-4949 x128 800-851-5181 www.keesafety.com/us

Kee Safety, Inc. is the global leader in OSHA compliant fall protection solutions, including the aesthetically pleasing KeeGuard® non-penetrating guard rail system, the engineered Kee Line® horizontal lifeline system, Kee Walk® non-slip modular rooftop walkways, as well as skylight and roof hatch protection and personal anchor systems. Kee Safety

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KETCHAM MEDICINE CABINETS DIV OF FRED SILVER & CO 1864 2145 Ocean Avenue, Suite D Ronkonkoma, NY 11779 gina@ketchamcabinets.com 631-615-6151 877-695-3824 www.ketchamcabinets.com

Fred Silver & Co was established in 1937. The Ketcham division has an extensive line of medicine cabinets and mirrors to meet any design or budget. The sales office is located in Ronkonkoma New York.


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KEY RESIN COMPANY 3537

KINGSPAN INSULATED PANELS 927

4050 Clough Woods Drive Batavia, OH 45103 sales@keyresin.com 888-943-4532

726 Summerhill Drive Deland, FL 32724 jhalliwell@kingspanpanels.com 386-626-6789

www.keyresin.com

www.kingspanpanels.us

KEYMER TILES LTD. 3023 Nye Road Burgess Hill, West Sussex RH15 0LZ United Kingdom n.tobin@keymer.co.uk +44 1444 232931 www.keymer.co.uk

Genuine hand made clay roof tiles produced in the UK since 1588. An award winner at the 1876 Philadelphia Exhibition these unique tiles are once again available to the discerning USA market. Each Keymer tile is made individually to ensure that no two roofs will ever be the same. Manufactured to the highest quality these tiles surpass the most stringent of tests for freeze thaw. You join an elite group when you specify Keymer Tiles.

KIM LIGHTING 1041 16555 E. Gale Ave. Industry, CA 91745 jdobbie@kimlighting.com 626-968-5666

Kingspan Insulated Panels is a global leader in the manufacturing of insulated metal panels wall and roof systems for the architectural, commercial/industrial, cold storage and food processing markets. Kingspan high performance insulated metal panels deliver proven sustainable performance in a single component system. We believe in the effectiveness of an EnvelopeFirst™ high performance roof and wall green design strategy.

KLEER LUMBER INC. 2565 44 Greif Way Westfield, MA 01085 info@kleerlumber.com 413-572-1700 www.kleerlumber.com

KLEIN USA INC. 1143 833, Magnolia Ave. Elizabeth, NJ 07201 productmg@kleiniberica.com 908-994-1111 www.klein-usa.com

KINETICS NOISE CONTROL 331 6300 Irelan Place Dublin, OH 43016 info@kineticsnoise.com 614-889-0480 www.kineticsnoise.com

KING ARCHITECTURAL METALS 1662 9611 E. RL Thornton Dallas, TX 75228 cathee.speaks@kingmetals.com 214-876-0696 www.kingmetals.com

Klein develops high-quality sliding door systems for architectural and construction industries. Our systems are designed to be the most innovative in our industry and provide space-saving as well as lightssharing elements.

KME 3120 1000 Jorie Blvd. Suite 111 Oak Brook, IL 60523 sales@kmeamerica.com 630-990-2025 www.kme.com

TECU®, ARKITA®, and ZINKMETAL® architectural metals from KME, a global leader in innovative green metals for forward-thinking architectural designs. KME offers systems for façade, interior, roofing and other applications, and dimensional metals materials in mill finish, pre-oxidized, pre-patinated, coated, and

unique alloys. KME is recycling yesterday’s metal into tomorrow’s art. KME materials maximize the design aesthetic while offering lifetime performance.

KNIGHT WALL SYSTEMS 2153 28308 N Cedar Rd Deer Park, WA 99006 Janice@knightwallsystems.com 509-262-0104 www.knightwallsystems.com

Knight Wall Systems’ efficient, LEED-rich rain screens include such attributes as the patented self-leveling feature that enables quick, simple and precise installation without sacrifice to the size of the rain screen cavity. A patented ThermaBloc thermal isolation system to increase the effectiveness of exterior insulation. and the most advanced wall system is the only ASHRAE compliant continuous insulation solution that delivers maximum energy efficiency with nearly no thermal bridging.

KOLBE & KOLBE MILLWORK CO. INC. 3211 1323 S. 11th Ave. Wausau, WI 54401 jlaporte@kolbe-kolbe.com 715-842-5666 www.kolbe-kolbe.com

KONE INC. 819 4225 Naperville Rd. #400 Lisle, IL 60532 Amy.Carlson@kone.com 630-955-4201 www.kone.com

KONE is a global leader in the elevator and escalator industry. KONE aims to offer the best people flow experience by developing and delivering solutions that enable people to move smoothly, safely, and comfortably in an increasingly urbanizing environment. Our solutions are known for their industry leading eco-efficiency, design and innovative technology. Our solutions offer a portfolio of services to support our customers at every step of their building’s lifecycle.

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EXHIBITOR LISTING KONRAD HORNSCHUCH AG 1963 c/o O’Sullivan Films Inc. 1944 Valley Ave. Winchester, VA 22601 covertech@osul.com 540-550-4596 www.hornschuch.com

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Hornschuch business unit skai® fashion displays “Wild Thing!” an award-winning high-tech synthetic upholstery material, which is a perfect imitation of the fine look of animal fur and authentically replicates its feel. It seems to be natural and alive which is enhanced by iridescent effects. skai® covertech focuses on profile lamination films for doors, windows and surface lamination films. It brings colors to windows with the innovative “cool colors” technology and the modern “Metbrush” range.

KRAFTMAID/MERILLAT/DENOVA 3317 4600 Arrowhead Drive Ann Arbor, MI 48105 shows@mascocabinetry.com 724-205-4600 www.kraftmaid.com

KraftMaid leads the semi-custom cabinetry industry with innovative product design, a robust collection of more than 100 trend-on door styles and more than 45 furniturequality finishes. Merillat offers the best selection of stylish, quality products at a variety of price levels, and all products carry the seal of the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA). DeNova countertops has an exciting breadth of color and patterns to suit even the most demanding of expectations.

KROLL SECURITY GROUP 2719 1025 Main St. Bastrop, TX 78602 ccoy@kroll.com 512-228-6915

K-TECT SUSTAINABLE BUILDING SYSTEMS 3239 6012 Topaz Street Suite 6 Las Vegas, NV 89120 info@k-tect.com 702-451-7155 www.k-tect.com

K-tect Sustainable Building Systems are structural building panels used to construct a superior energy efficient, mold, fire and insect resistant structural building envelope, interior and exterior walls, roof, floors for new construction and retrofits on existing structures. K-tect Systems allow no thermal bridging, ultimate thermal efficiency and a lifetime of energy savings. K-tect Systems are versatile—any size, any shape. Lightweight and easy to install, K-tect Systems save both time and money at the construction site and generates minimal waste. Designed for sustainability, K-tect meets or exceeds all green building standards and assists building teams in earning up to 72 LEED points.

KWIK-WALL 3335 1010 E. Edwards Springfield, IL 62703 wilsonm@kwik-wall.com 217-522-5553 www.kwik-wall.com

KWIK-WALL is the one-stop solution for cost-effective and flexible space management, providing quality operable wall systems to worship facilities. KWIKWALL manufacturers a wide variety of operable wall systems to meet your space requirements, including moveable walls, accordion folding doors, and moveable glass walls. Our products are developed to provide easy set up and superior visual and sound privacy. With KWIK-WALL products you can use the area you have, to create the space you need.

P.O. Box 50699 New Orleans, LA 70150 linda.ventline@lapeyrestair.com 504-733-6009 800-535-7631 www.lapeyrestair.com

Lapeyre Stair, known for the alternating tread stair, now offers a full line of steel stair and platform systems. Our newest product, fully welded systems, provides multiple options for tread, stringer and guardrails, which offer greater flexibility. Our bolted, steel stairs are easy to install and cost-effective. All products are preengineered to meet OSHA standards and IBC/ADA building codes. Visit our website for product specifications, technical details, drawings, photos, and quoting.

LAPOLLA INDUSTRIES, INC. 941 15402 Vantage Pkwy E. Ste. 322 Houston, TX 77032 bayala@lapolla.com 281-219-4100 www.lapolla.com

LARSON BINKLEY, INC. 428 6363 College Blvd Suite 400 Overland Park, KS 66211 jim.megerson@larsonbinkley.com 913-383-2621 www.larsonbinkley.com

LASERTECH FLOORPLANS 2100 733 Johnson St. Suite 302 Victoria, BC V8W 3C7 Canada sorser@lt-fp.com 888-393-6655 www.lasertechfloorplans.com

LAFARGE NORTH AMERICA 419 12950 Worldgate Drive Herndon, VA 20170 sandra.lee@lafarge-na.com 703-480-3692 www.lafargenorthamerica.com

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From BOMA lease area analysis, to full existing conditions documentation, including floorplans, power/communication layouts, reflected ceiling plans, furniture layouts, evacuation plans, elevations, as well as 3D models in both AutoCAD and Revit format. Lasertech can satisfy all your as-built requirements in a most cost-efficient manner. We also offer a full web-based CAFM suite of services, linking our drawings with your databases, on our servers or yours.


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LATICRETE INTERNATIONAL, INC. 2661

LG ELECTRONICS USA 3117

1 Laticrete Park North Bethany,CT 06542-3423 800-243-4788

1000 Sylvan Avenue Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632 don.wojcik@lge.com 850-896-7437

www.laticrete.com

LEATHERNECK HARDWARE, INC. 2564 1017 Bahls St. P.O. Box 1142 Danville, IL 61832 dcarlton@doorhdwe.com 217-442-4572

Manufacturers and distributors of specialty sliding and rolling door hardware. Barn door style hardware from typical box track to our specialty flat track hardware.

LEVITON MANUFACTURING CO., INC. 2510 201 North Service Road Melville, NY 11747 info@leviton.com 631-812-6000 800-323-8920 www.leviton.com

Leviton offers a complete line of lighting control and energy management products, including wireless options.

LEVOLUX LTD 3025 Levolux Limted 1 Forward Drive Middlesex, Middlesex HA3 8NT United Kingdom info@levolux.com +44 208 8639111 www.levolux.com

Levolux is a global leader in the development of solar shading solutions for new and refurbished buildings. Levolux offers standard and custom solar shading systems which are designed to control light, heat and glare. Its solutions can be tailored to meet individual project requirements, by improving comfort or efficiency levels or enhancing a building’s aesthetic appearance. Levolux products are particularly effective when applied to commercial, educational, leisure or government buildings.

LIGHT TAPE 2427 600 HP Way Chester, VA 23836 thelighttapeteam@lighttape.com 804-530-8536 www.lighttape.com

Imagine a light bulb that you can run continuously for hundreds of feet, bend around any surface, is thinner than a credit card, cool to the touch, and costs a fraction of what other lighting systems cost to operate and maintain. That’s Light Tape: Ideal for an endless number of applications, including backlighting and accent lighting, Light Tape, manufactured by Electro-LuminX Lighting Corporation, is a revolutionary light source that can bring your imagination to light.

LIGHTLOUVER LLC 2430 685 S. Arthur Avenue P.O. Box 270765 Louisville, CO 80027 mplann@lightlouver.com 303-444-8773 www.lightlouver.com

The LightLouver Daylighting System is an essential part of an effective strategy to achieve low and zero energy commercial buildings. Window treatments resembling miniblinds redirect sunlight from overhead windows onto the ceiling and much deeper into the building than it would otherwise reach, thereby reducing the requirement for electric lighting.

LIGHTNING PROTECTION INSTITUTE 3536 P.O. Box 99 25475 Magnolia Drive Maryville, MO 64468 LPI@lightning.org 660-582-0429 800-488-6864 www.lightning.org

The Lightning Protection Institute (LPI) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to ensuring that today’s lightning protection systems are of the best possible quality

in design, materials and installation, so that precious lives and property can be protected from the damaging and costly effects of one of nature’s most exciting phemomena—lightning. LPI is the professional certification organization for the lightning protection industry.

LINETEC 2230 725 S 75th Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 sales@linetec.com 715-843-4100 888-717-1472 www.linetec.com

Linetec, an environmentally focused architectural finishing company, offers high-performance Kynar coatings, powder coat, and eco-friendly anodize for commercial and residential markets. Linetec offers LEED contributable thermalimprovement and on-site coating services utilizing a low-VOC, water-based Kynar coating for project-site building repair and restoration. Linetec is a registered AIA/ CES provider and a technical resource for architects and spec-writers.

LIST INDUSTRIES, INC. 2164 List Industries Inc. 401 Jim Moran Blvd. Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 info@listindustries.com 800-776-1342 www.listindustries.com

LIVEROOF, LLC 1831 P.O. Box 533 Spring Lake, MI 49456-0533 sales@liveroof.com 616-842-1392 www.liveroof.com

LOGIX INSULATED CONCRETE FORMS, LTD. 3011 P.O. Box 162 Port Hope, ON K0M 2K0 Canada info@logixicf.com 888-415-6449 www.logixicf.com

LOGIX is the leading insulated concrete form system in North America. With a superior R-value of up to R27 built into its

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EXHIBITOR LISTING DNA, LOGIX helps you create an airtight building envelope today for the quality of thermal performance that will be expected tomorrow. Offering a choice of escalating R-Values and a series of builder-friendly features, the LOGIX ICF system is easy to install and delivers more profit and less pressure to the construction team. LOGIX is the Smarter Technology.

LORIN INDUSTRIES 2905 1960 Roberts Street Muskegon, MI 49443 eddoza@lorin.com 231-727-6659 800-654-1159

AIA EXPO2011

www.lorin.com

Lorin Industries offers architects and designers a portfolio of anodized aluminum solutions. Lorin’s anodized aluminum creates striking entryways, store fronts that sparkle in the sun and hold their natural metallic beauty for years to come. Lorin’s anodized aluminum finishes capture the look of stainless steel, copper, brass or painted finishes, and manufactured in a more environmentally responsible way. Lorin’s product selection ranges from mirror-like surfaces to warm custom colors.

manufacturing and research and development to supply superior products. These include interior and exterior lighting fixtures, indoor and outdoor graphics and signage, menu boards, digital signage, and fleet graphics. LED technology in both graphics and lighting products for various applications.

LUCIFER LIGHTING CO. 1623 3750 IH-35 North San Antonio, TX 78219 m.baird@luciferlighting.com 210-227-7329

LUCKEY LLC 3957 281 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06513 info@luckeyllc.com 203-499-8168 www.luckeyllc.com

LUDOWICI ROOF TILE 1602 4757 Tile Plant Rd. New Lexington, OH 43764 becky.stidham@ludowici.com 800-945-8453 www.ludowici.com

414 Union Street Suite 2000 Nashville, TN 37219 pam.hannon@lpcorp.com 615-618-5600

LUNA PIENA, INC. 3639 8212 Bagby Dr. Austin, TX 78724 lairdw@piena.com 512-926-6346 www.piena.com

LRM INDUSTRIES INTERNATIONAL 2741 135 Gus Hipp Blvd. Rockledge, FL 32955 bberghuis@lrmind.com 321-635-9797 www.lrmind.com

LUTRON ELECTRONICS 2253 7200 Suter Road Coopersburg, PA 18036 cberean@lutron.com 610-282-3800 www.lutron.com

LSI INDUSTRIES INC. 2607 10000 Alliance Road Cincinnati, OH 45242 vicki.rea@lsi-industries.com 513-793-3200 www.lsi-industries.com

LSI Industries is an image solutions company blending integrated design,

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P.O. Box 671 Aurora, IL 60507-0671 lyon@lyonworkspace.com 630-892-8941 800-323-0082 www.lyonworkspace.com

Lyon Workspace Products, headquartered in Aurora, IL, is an innovator, manufacturer and marketer of storage, locker and workspace solutions. Since 1901, Lyon continues its commitment to helping distributors and end-users store and organize their products while maximizing workspace.

LYONDELLBASELL 1139 2727 Alliance Drive Lansing, MI 48910 roofing@lyondellbasell.com 517-336-4874 www.lyondellbasell.com

LOUISIANA - PACIFIC CORPORATION 2906

www.lpcorp.com

LYON WORKSPACE PRODUCTS 2363

Lutron invites attendees to experience total light management solutions with an emphasis on aesthetics, retrofit solutions and interoperable technology enabling simple energy saving strategies for all building types.

LyondellBasell will showcase Hifax CA 10A, the #1 material selected for singleply roofing membranes in North America. These flexible, white, sun-reflecting TPO membranes offer energy savings and reduced environmental impact. In roofing underlayments, Adflex resins are selected to replace asphalt-saturated felt paper due to a unique combination of anti-skid performance, tear resistance, lighter weight, nail sealability, breathability, wide temperature range and flexibility.

MACLEAN DIXIE 3426 11411 Addison Ave. Franklin Park, IL 60131 mzalar@macleanpower.com 847-455-0014 www.macleandixie.com

MacLean Dixie Helical Foundations feature a complete line of cost effective steel helical products for commercial, residential and marine construction applications. MacLean Dixie has a long history of producing innovative products for foundation solutions, helical screw tension anchors and tieback systems. MacLean Dixie Strength Squared™ engagement cast coupling system provides a high strength, low cost connections that forms perfect male-to-female fit on all of its foundation members.


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MACTON 2337 116 Willenbrock Rd. Oxford, CT 06478 bavigne@macton.com 203-267-1500 x14 www.macton.com

The Macton Corporation designs and manufactures large, engineered-to-order, moving structures and equipment for a wide variety of industrial, architectural and commercial applications. Products include security turntables, facility related turntables, and Turntable Divisible Auditoriums.

MADICO WINDOW FILMS 3205 64 Industrial Parkway Woburn, MA 01801 lmessing@madico.com 800-876-2342 www.madico.com

Madico Window Films has been developing innovative materials for nearly a century. An unrivaled commitment to research and development has enabled the company to pioneer a number of industry-first products and processes. Madico’s cornerstone products are a suite of window films designed for virtually any application— view control, commercial and residential energy control, safety and security, and automotive. The company’s corporate headquarters are located in Woburn, Massachusetts.

MAGNETIC AUTOMATION CORPORATION 1434 3160 Murrell Road Rockledge, FL 32955 info@magnetic-usa.com 321-635-8585 www.ac-magnetic.com

MAJOR INDUSTRIES, INC. 2535 7120 Stewart Ave Wausau, WI 54401 mmitchell@majorskylights.com 715-842-4616 888-759-2678 www.majorskylights.com

Major Industries manufactures energysaving skylights and translucent curtainwall. We specialize in economical translucent panel daylighting systems that

eliminate annoying glare and damaging UV, and are backed by industry-long warranties. Stop by our booth to see system samples, product literature and to talk with one of our team members.

MALARKEY ROOFING PRODUCTS 2204 3131 N. Columbia Blvd. Portland, OR 97217 kmcconnell@malarkeyroofing.com 503-504-6603 800-545-1191 www.malarkeyroofing.com

Malarkey Roofing Products is a Portland, Oregon based company that provides technology driven residential, commercial roofing, and sustainable roofing solutions for contractors, architects and homeowners seeking dependable roofing products. Since 1956, Malarkey Roofing Products has consistently valued innovation and is motivated to manufacture products that improve people’s lives while balancing environmental and economic interests. Malarkey Roofing Products is an award-winning manufacturer, receiving the Governor’s Award for Sustainability and WSRA’s Outstanding Service Award for The ZONE.

MAPA PRODUCTS 966 103 W. C. J. Wise Pkwy. P.O. Box 129 Naples, TX 75568 rod@mapaproducts.com 903-897-2371 877-897-2371 www.mapaproducts.com

Company Mission Increases in construction costs seem to always follow new and innovative techniques and products. MAPA Products finds creative ways to enhance these technical improvements by providing cost-effective products to the construction industry. Our rooftop products include stainless steel and nylon freestanding, adjustable rooftop pipe and equipment support systems, structural supports for seismic and wind resistant applications, rooftop pedestals for water, gas and electrical services.

MAPEI CORPORATION 439 1144 E. Newport Center Dr. Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 jtravis@mapei.com 954-246-8792 800-426-2734 www.mapei.com

MANNING LIGHTING 2317 1810 North Ave. Sheboygan, WI 53083 dschaefer@manningltg.com 920-458-2184 www.manningltg.com

Manning Lighting has over 60 years of decorative, performance, exterior and custom lighting manufacturing experience. The inherent flexibility designed into all of our products allow for unique configurations tailored to specific applications. Choose from a wide range of standard design and safety options, lamp types from incandescent to LED and the assurance of a domestic manufacturing quality craftsmanship. Let us illuminate your imagination.

MAPEI, a global corporation, has been supplying residential and major commercial projects with total installation solutions for tile and stone, floor covering, and decorative concrete as well as concrete restoration for more than 70 years. MAPEI is a registered provider to the AIA/CES program.

MAPES INDUSTRIES 2226 7748 N. 56th St. Lincoln, NE 68514 mparde@mapes.com 402-466-1985 888-273-1132 800-228-2391 www.mapes.com

Mapes is a manufacturer of storefront canopies and laminated insulated panels serving the United States and Canada. The Mapes product line has evolved and expanded over the last 60 years to meet the changing needs of both developers and architects. Contact Mapes Panels at 800-228-2391 or Mapes Canopies at 888-273-1132.

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EXHIBITOR LISTING MAPLE FLOORING MANUFACTURERS ASSN 1260 111 Deer Lake Rd. Ste. 100 Deerfield, IL 60015 hgagnon@maplefloor.org 847-480-9138 888-480-9138 www.maplefloor.org

MFMA is the sports flooring authority. MFMA establishes product quality, performance, installation guidelines, maintenance issues and promotes the use of maple flooring products worldwide. MFMA has combined all our information in one place, the MFMA Sourcebook. Request a free copy at our booth or come by for answers to your questions and additional information on your next project.

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MARLITE 2537 P.O. Box 250 202 Harger Street Dover, OH 44622 smason@marlite.com 330-343-6621 800-377-1221 www.marlite.com

Marlite provides specialty wall systems and related interior building products with an array of choices in architectural panels, materials and finishes to distinct commercial markets on a worldwide basis.

MARMOMACC 3553 Viale del Lavoro, 8 Verona, 37100 Italy mathiasz@veronafiere.it 39-045-829-8219 www.veronafiere.it

Veronafiere—the Italian Exhibition Company—is organizing 35 trade shows per year among which MARMOMACC the World’s leading event on natural stone, design and technology. Date of the next edition: Verona, September 21–24 2011.

MARSHFIELD DOORSYSTEMS, INC. 341

MATOT, INC. DUMBWAITERS 734

1401 E. 4th St. Marshfield, WI 54449 715-486-2403 800-869-3667

2501 Van Buren Bellwood, IL 60104 cece@matot.com 800-369-1070

www.marshfielddoors.com

www.matot.com

For over 100 years, Marshfield DoorSystems has been a leader in providing architectural wood door solutions to the construction industry. We offer the industry’s most widely specified and diversified product offering encompassing all vertical markets. Our focus on service, environmental leadership and innovation positions us to assist end users, architects, contractors and distributors navigate the complexities of our industry.

Matot, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of commercial grade: dumbwaiters, cartlifts, totelifts, cart elevators, vertical reciprocating conveyors (VRC’s), automatic delivery systems and package lifts. Matot moves material from two floors to high rise.

MARTIN FIREPROOFING CORPORATION 3531 2200 Military Road Tonawanda, NY 14150 tmartin@martinfireprooofing.com 716-692-3680 www.martinfirproofing.com

Seel Edge Creteplank is ideal for floor or roof deck system. No need for big cranes. Noncombustible Panels weigh 150 to 180 pounds. Perform-a-Deck is a roof deck system with superior quality plus architectural beauty. Great variety of acoustical decks spans of 20 feet or greater. Completely hurricane tested. 10and 20-year warranties available.

MARVIN WINDOWS AND DOORS 1453 P.O. Box 100 Warroad, MN 56763 tradeinfo@marvin.com 800-718-3660 www.marvin.com

Marvin Windows and Doors is a premier manufacturer of quality wood and clad wood windows and doors. Headquartered in Warroad, MN, Marvin offers the industry’s best selection of sizes, options and custom capabilities to exceed your building and remodeling needs. Each window and door is built around your exact specifications.

MATTEL, INC. AIA TOWN HALL 333 Continental Boulevard El Segundo, CA 90245-5012 310-252-2000 www.mattel.com

Mattel, Inc. is the worldwide leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of toys and family products. The Mattel family is comprised of such best-selling brands as Barbie®, Hot Wheels®, Matchbox®, American Girl®, Radica® and Tyco R/C®, as well as Fisher-Price® brands, including Little People®, Power Wheels® and a wide array of entertainment inspired toy lines.

MAXXON CORP. 1128 920 Hamel Rd. Hamel, MN 55340 nicole@maxxon.com 763-478-9600 www.MaxxonCorporation.com

Maxxon®, The Floor Specialists, is recognized worldwide as the pioneer and leader in floor technologies. From a full spectrum of floor underlayments to the ultimate sound deadening systems, Maxxon offers proven solutions for a world of floor challenges. From the original Gyp-Crete® Floor Underlayment, the Maxxon line has expanded to include five gypsum floor underlayments, four cementitious self-leveling underlayments, and seven sound control mats.

MAZE NAILS 2413 100 Church St. Peru, IL 61354 kim@mazenails.com 800-435-5949 www.mazenails.com

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MBA DESIGN & DISPLAY PRODUCTS CORP. 1165 35 East Uwchlan Avenue Suite 318 Exton, PA 19520 info@mba-usa.com 610-524-7590 www.mba-usa.com

MCELROY METAL 2462 1500 Hamilton Road Bossier City, LA 71111 kgieseke@mcelroymetal.com 318-747-8071

MESTEK DAMPER & LOUVER GROUP 2300

METAL-LITE 3931

450 Riverside Drive Wyalusing, PA 18853 jhuthmaker@arrowunited.com 570-746-1888

517 Caryonah Road Crossville, TN 38571 info@metal-lite.net 800-236-0302

www.arrowunited.com

www.metal-lite.net

METAL CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION 3735

METANNA 3738, 3817

4700 W. Lake Ave. Glenview, IL 60025 cszmurlo@connect2amc.com 847-375-4392

2 Penn Plaza, 9th Floor New York, NY 10121 amy_katz@mcgraw-hill.com 212-904-6819 construction.com

McGraw-Hill Construction connects people, projects and products across the design and construction industry. In print, online, and through events, MHC offers a variety of tools, applications, and resources that embed in the workflow of our customers, providing them with the information and intelligence they need to be more productive, successful, and competitive. MHC is backed by the power of its brands: Dodge, Sweets, Architectural Record, ENR and GreenSource.

MCNICHOLS COMPANY 834 2502 North Rocky Point Dr. Suite 950 Tampa, FL 33609-1447 sales@mcnichols.com 800-237-3820 www.mcnichols.com

MECHOSHADE SYSTEMS, INC. 2543 4203 35th Street Long Island City, NY 11101 karenb@mechoshade.com 718-729-2020 www.mechoshadesystems.com

www.s-5.com

www.metalconstruction.org

www.mcelroymetal.com

MCGRAW-HILL CONSTRUCTION 619

8655 Table Butte Rd. Colorado Springs, CO 80908 dbenge@s-5.com 719-495-0518

The Metal Construction Association (MCA) is an organization of manufacturers and suppliers whose metal products are used in structures throughout the world. The association promotes the use of metal in construction through market development, education, technical programs, achievement awards and selective action on public policies that affect the use of metal in building projects.

METALLIC BUILDING COMPANY 3529 7301 Fairview Houston, TX 77041 stephanie.phillips@ncilp.com 713-466-7788 www.metallic.com

Metallic Building Company manufactures and designs pre-engineered metal buildings of the highest caliber, durability and longevity. Metallic’s continued success can be attributed to a focus on customer service that ensures solid business relationships. Based in Houston, Texas, Metallic serves national and international markets through its strong network of builders and nearly 4 million square feet of manufacturing space strategically located throughout North America. Metallic products and systems are produced within state-of-the-art IASaccredited manufacturing plants. Over thirty manufacturing facilities make it possible for the company to be an efficient and accurate metal building manufacturer, while maintaining the geographic reach necessary to deliver finished projects with exceptional speed. Metallic prides itself on providing solutions, not excuses. Established in 1946, Metallic Building Company is one of the five original founders of the MBMA.

METL-SPAN 2916 1720 Lakepointe Drive Suite 101 Lewisville, TX 75057 panel@metlspan.com 972-221-6656 www.metlspan.com

Metl-Span manufactures a complete line of concealed fastener insulated metal wall and roof panels. We are leading the way in insulated metal panel technology with the continual introduction of new products to support sustainable design, like our CFR Insul-Solar™ photovoltaic roof panel.

METPAR CORP. 1162 95 State St. Westbury, NY 11590 brianpechar@metpar.com www.metpar.com

MI RESEARCH, INC. 3710 515 Sparkman Drive Huntsville, AL 35816 info@mi-research.com 256-270-4131 www.mi-research.com

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EXHIBITOR LISTING MICHAEL ABBOTT & ASSOCIATES 1661 208 36th St. Newport Beach, CA 92663 m.abbott@mac.com 949-675-7530 www.michaelabbottillustration.com

Michael Abbott and Associates has provided architectural visualization solutions to a worldwide clientele since 1984. Michael has created illustrations for the worlds leading architects, developers and entertainment companies. His work has included master plans, entertaiment, institutional, high rises and just about all imagined environments. His expertise in visualization can help describe things yet designed. Michael provides traditional watercolors, computer illustrations and animations.

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MICRODESK, INC. 1163 330 7th Ave. 12th Floor New York, NY 10001 marketing@microdesk.com 800-336-3375 www.microdesk.com

Microdesk is a design technology consultancy with 11 offices nationwide that provides the AECO and manufacturing industries with premiere consulting, implementation, support, and training solutions using today’s leading technology products from Autodesk, Google, Oracle, Adobe, ESRI, and Microsoft.

MITSUBISHI DIGITAL ELECTRONICS 239 9351 Jeronimo Rd. Irvine, CA 92618 lhollister@att.net 949-465-6000

Mitsubishi exhibits the brightest, highest contrast LED display wall cubes available today with software tools important to today’s architects. With over 35,000 installed worldwide, Mitsubishi is synonymous with engineering excellence and reliability, essential in mission critical installations. Our cubes are environmentally friendly, cost effective and easy to maintain, with many automatic control features. Available in 50-inch, 60-inch and 67-inch sizes, front and rear access versions, and 80-inch rear access.

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MITSUBISHI PLASTICS COMPOSITES AMERICA, INC. 3829 401 Volvo Parkway Bldg 1 Chesapeake, VA 23320 Emalee@alpolic.com 800-422-7270

MONTIGO CUSTOM FIREPLACES 3323 2285 Northwest Parkway SE Marietta, GA 30067 kgeiger@icmfireplaces.com 770-951-2400 800-466-1311 www.icmfireplaces.com

www.alpolic-northamerica.com

MKK CONSULTING ENGINEERS, INC. 3302

MORELAND COMPANY USA 128

7600 E. Orchard Rd. Ste. 250-S Greenwood Village, CO 80111 achristensen@mkkeng.com 303-796-6000

1617 S. Tuttle Ave, Floor 3 Sarasota, FL 34239 billm@morelandcompany.com 941-953-9663 800-397-7769

www.mkkeng.com

www.morelandcompany.com

For over 50 years, MKK Consulting Engineers, Inc. has designed and engineered mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems for new construction, renovations, and expansion projects. An Energy Star Service Provider and USGBC member, our LEED Accredited Professionals serve clients throughout the United States. MKK also provides commissioning and uses BIM.

Manufacturer of UltraplyXL® Premium Underlayment with the lifetime transferable warranty that is good for commercial and residential applications.

MODULAR INTERNATIONAL, INC. 1019 3941 California Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15212 info@modularinternational.com 412-734-9000 www.modularinternational.com

Flagship lighting fixture manufacturer. Renowned custom capabilities for interior and exterior applications. Products produced to meet any spec/code. Recessed surface profiles LEDs stainless steel wood plus mixed lamp sources.

MORIN 1325 685 Middle Street Bristol, CT 06010 more@morincorp.com 860-584-0900 www.kingspanpanels.com

MORTAR NET USA 2234 326 Melton Road Burns Harbor, IN 46304 kelly@mortarnet.com 219-787-5080 800-664-6638 www.mortarnet.com

Mortar Net® USA produces a line of patented moisture management solutions for masonry cavity and single wythe concrete block construction.

MONOGLASS, INC. 2000 Suite 922 1200 West 73rd Ave. Vancouver, BC V6P 6G5 Canada joe@monoglass.com 604-261-7712 www.monoglass.com

MOTAWI TILEWORKS 3361 170 Enterprise Drive Ann Arbor, MI 48103 ccrawley@motawi.com 734-213-0017 www.motawi.com


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NANAWALL SYSTEMS 2841 707 Redwood Highway Mill Valley, CA 94941 april@nanawall.com 415-383-3148-206

the excellence, community engagement, and professional development of its members.

NATIONAL PURCHASING PARTNERS 3329

www.nanawall.com

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF ACOUSTICAL CONSULTANTS 430 9100 Purdue Road Suite 200 Indianapolis, IN 46268 info@ncac.com 317-328-0642 www.NCAC.com

The National Council of Acoustical Consultants [NCAC] is an international organization of acoustical consulting firms. Since 1962, NCAC member firms have lead their profession in technical expertise, research, innovation, and development of real-world applications in all types of environments. NCAC requires its member firms to adhere to a strong Canon of Ethics supporting the highest standards of business practice, technical consulting and client service.

1100 Olive Way, Ste. 1030 Seattle, WA 98101 ashley.ahlgrim@vmmc.org 800-810-3909 www.mynpp.com

National Purchasing Partners (NPP) is one of the largest group purchasing organizations in the nation. NPP uses volume to negotiate discounted rates on many products and services from world class vendors. Membership is completely free.

NATIONAL ROOFING CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION 2022 10255 W. Higgins Rd. Suite 600 Rosemont, IL 60018 lbeutler@nrca.net 847-299-9070 www.NRCA.net

NATIONAL FENESTRATION RATING COUNCIL (NFRC) 219

NATIONAL TERRAZZO & MOSAIC ASSOCIATION 731

6305 Ivy Lane Suite 140 Greenbelt, MD 20770 therron@nfrc.org 301-589-1776

P.O. Box 2605 Fredericksburg, TX 78624 sharon@ntma.com 830-997-3267 www.ntma.com

www.nfrc.org

NFRC develops and administers energyrelated rating and certification programs that serve the public by providing fair, accurate, and credible information on fenestration performance.

NATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF MINORITY ARCHITECTS 267 c/o School of Architecture & Design/ Howard University Washington, DC 20039 bryanl@soa-design-am.com 609-284-2230

Architect Registration Examination. Once you are licensed, you can apply for NCARB certification, which will allow you greater mobility in seeking professional opportunities.

NATURAL STONE COUNCIL 3353 11 Crestwood Drive Hollis, NH 03049 dukepointer@aol.com 603-465-2616

NCFI POLYURETHANES 2711 P.O. Box 1528 Mount Airy, NC 27030-1528 info@ncfi.net 336-789-9161 800-346-8229 www.insulstar.com www.NCFI.com

At NCFI Polyurethanes, we’ve been making your life more comfortable for over 40 years. From the carpet you walk on to the roof over your head and the insulation in your building’s walls, our products make your world more comfortable, safer and more convenient. NCFI is the industry leader in the formulation and manufacturing of rigid and flexible polyurethanes that you will find in products you use every day.

NCMA 1319 13750 Sunrise Valley Drive Herndon, VA 20171 hjunk@ncma.org 703-713-1900 877-627-3976 www.ncma.org

The National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA) is a non-profit organization representing producers and suppliers in the concrete masonry and hardscape industry. One of the association efforts focusses on the design and engineering community to provide support and education on industry products and their selection for all construction applications.

NCARB 3029 1801 K Street NW, Suite 700-K Washington, DC 20006 customerservice@ncarb.org 202-783-6500 www.ncarb.org

www.noma.net

Established in 1971, the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) mission is to champion diversity within the design professions by promoting

The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards administers programs you will utilize throughout your path toward becoming an architect: the Intern Development Program and the

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EXHIBITOR LISTING NEWLOOK INTERNATIONAL INC. 3000 1525 S. Gladiola Street Suite 8 Salt Lake City, UT 84104 info@getnewlook.com 801-886-9495 www.GetNewlook.com

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NewLook is the leading manufacturer of premium architectural and specialty decorative concrete solutions. Our superior systems have been proven since 1989 by industry professionals and property owners alike to restore and enhance the image of architectural concrete. NewLook was founded on the principles of innovation, sustainability and the belief that maintaining architectural concrete should be convenient and affordable. Whether you are specifying or installing decorative concrete NewLook has a high-quality solution for you.

NICHIHA USA, INC. 1911 6659 Peachtree Industrial Blvd. Suite AA Norcross, GA 30092 kbodily@nichiha.com 770-805-9466 www.nichiha.com

NISUS CORPORATION 3431 100 Nisus Dr. Rockford, TN 37853 info@nisuscorp.com 800-264-0870 www.nisuscorp.com

NOBLE COMPANY 3456 P.O. Box 350 Grand Haven, MI 49417 sales@noblecompany.com 231-799-8000 800-878-5788

ready to tile and easy to install. Custom sizes and shapes are available for quantity.

NORTH COUNTRY SLATE 1334

NORA LIGHTING 2520

8800 Sheppard Ave. East Toronto, ON M1B 5R4 Canada info@ncslate.com 416-724-4666 800-975-2835

6505 Gayhart Street Commerce, CA 90040 tammy@noralighting.com 800-686-6672 www.noralighting.com

Nora is a leading-edge design and manufacturing firm with a dazzling spectrum of fixtures on display in showrooms and distributorships nationwide. Nora products have become benchmarks for innovation, quality and new energy-efficiency standards—and include an exceptional line-up of recessed, track, Nora Rail, Nora Mini Rail and multiple lighting systems, sconces, pendants, emergency and exit lighting along with their recent introductions of LED recessed, LED under cabinet and LED tape lighting.

NORDIC ENGINEERED WOOD 2963 Windsor Station, Suite 504 1100 Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montreal Montreal, QC H3B 2S2 Canada info@nordicewp.com 514-871-8526 www.nordicewp.com

Nordic manufactures building products for home and commercial use under strict quality control. Nordic is FSC certified, manages over 2 million acres of forests with output capacities of 140 million linear feet of I-joist and 50 million board ft. of glulam products. Black spruce is the source for Nordic products. Nordic X-LAM CLT panels are the alternative to steel and concrete construction. Nordic lam decking allows for greater beam spacing, suited for multi-story projects.

NORSTAR INDUSTRIES 539

www.noblecompany.com

Noble Company produces NobleSeal Sheet Membranes for waterproofing, sound reduction and crack isolation. The sheets can be installed over common substrates and under tile, marble or hardwood floors. Noble also produces accessories for watertight showers like the FreeStyle Linear Drain which allows for a single slope shower base, also, ProBase, Noble Niches, Benches and Curbs. All are waterproof,

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P.O. Box 294 Pembina, ND 58271 camc@norstarindustries.ca 204-746-8200

www.northcountryslate.com

North Country natural roofing slate in a complete range of colors, sizes and thickness. Products include Vermont Green, Grey, Mottled Purple, Purple, Grey/Black and Red; as well as our world recognized Canadian North Country Unfading Black. North Country Slate provides technical information regarding the supply and installation of natural slate roofing.

NOVUM STRUCTURES LLC 540 W126 N8585 Westbrook Crossing Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 angela.rossi@novumstructures.com 262-255-5561 www.novumstructures.com

Novum Structures is a global leader in the design, engineering, production and installation of technically advanced structures and integrated cladding, primarily in glass, steel and ETFE. Novum’s design-build philosophy is that distinctive, custom architectural structures and their enclosure can be economically achieved using combinations of well-engineered, interchangeable system products. Novum offers comprehensive client services, from design development through project execution.

OCE NORTH AMERICA 3408 5450 North Cumberland Avenue Chicago, IL 60656 kristin.hlavacek@oce.com 773-714-4028 www.sepialine.com


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O’HAGIN’S, INC. 1925

OPTIMUM TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 2460

OTIS ELEVATOR 519

210 Classic Court, Ste. 100 Rohnert Park, CA 94928 info@ohaginvent.com 707-303-3660 800-394-3864

P.O. Box 1537 Cartersville, GA 30120 angela@ruggripper.com 770-386-3470

1 Farm Springs Road Farmington, CT 06032 kevin.riedel@otis.com 860-676-6000

www.otitech.com

www.otis.com

www.ohaginvent.com

America’s leading attic ventilation company, O’Hagin’s, Inc. manufactures attic vents for real or composite tile, slate, shake, and shingle roof applications— now available with patent-pending flame, ember, wind-driven rain and snow resistant features. O’Hagin’s patented vents blend into the surrounding roofing material and encourage superior air movement without the use of moving parts.

OLDCASTLE ARCHITECTURAL PRODUCTS 2828 375 Northridge Rd. Ste. 250 Atlanta, GA 30350 John.Cicciarelli@oldcastleapg.com 602-513-6692 www.trenwyth.com

OLDCASTLE BUILDINGENVELOPE 2825 2425 Olympic Blvd. Suite 525E Santa Monica, CA 90404 communications@oldcastlebe.com 310-264-4700 www.oldcastleglass.com

OPEN JOIST 2807 3778 Oneida Valley Road Emlenton, PA 16373 gzegarelli@ufpi.com 800-584-5191 www.openjoist.com

Open Joist floor trusses are trimmable, lightweight (with no metal plates to snag hands, clothing or wires) and easily handled. The open-web design lets plumbers, electricians, and HVAC technicians install their systems faster, eliminating cutting or drilling. The unique way Open Joist is assembled keeps its cost surprisingly low. Best of all, individual joist testing provides the type of assurance no other floor framing component can offer and it is backed up by a lifetime warranty.

OPTIMUM WINDOW MFG. CORP. 2035 28 Canal St. Ellenville, NY 12428 eperez@optimumwindow.com 845-647-1900 www.optimumwindow.com

Established in 1986, Optimum Window has made its mark in the steel window industry as the largest and most diversified manufacturer of steel, bronze and stainless steel windows and doors in the United States.

OPUS C 538 Industriestrasse 180 Kaln, Germany j.taylor@ad-media.de 303-464-9260 www.opusc.com

ORNAMETALS 3834 140 County Road 1311 Cullman, AL 35058 laura@ornametals.com 256-350-7410

Our acclaimed Gen2® elevator system continues to revolutionize the industry. The system now has zero control space requirements, opening the door to more design freedom. And we’ve added new green features such as LED cab lighting and sleep mode, making the system even more energy efficient. We’re also showcasing our NCE escalator. We carry on our commitment to green technology with an escalator system that uses power monitoring and minimal lubrication. Oil usage is reduced by up to 98%.

OVERHEAD DOOR CORPORATION 1821 2501 S. State Hwy. 121 Suite 200 Lewisville, TX 75067 Mark_Sendar@overheaddoor.com 469-549-7100 www.overheaddoor.com

Since 1921, Overhead Door Corporation has been on the cutting edge of the industry we pioneered. That’s why architects turn to us for innovative, attractive and reliable products built with quality that shows and lasts. Whatever your project needs, from beautiful designs to safety and security, we have integrated door and operator solutions that can be customized for any project.

www.ornametals.com

ORO EDITIONS 2024 P.O. 998 Point Reyes, CA 94956 gordon@oroeditions.com 415-663-0678 www.oroeditions.com

ORO editions is a boutique publishing and media company specializing in books on architecture, design, photography, architectual theory, sustainability, urban planning, and landscape design. Employing rigorous graphic design, provocative editorial content and the finest quality print and production standards, ORO creates artistically crafted culturally diverse books which express the unique spirit of each “objet d’art” that we produce. This awardwinning collection of elegantly illustrated books is distributed worldwide.

P&P ARTEC INC. 2800 700 Creel Drive Wood Dale, IL 60191 karl@artec-rail.com 630-860-2990 www.artec-rail.com

We manaufacture, deliver and install (by our trained technicians) our own ornamental stainless steel systems, throughout all 50 states. All of our handrail are welded in the field, giving each project a seamless end product.

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EXHIBITOR LISTING PALAGIOUSA 3041

PAREX USA, INC. 233

PECORA CORP. 1426

Via Provinciale Chiantigiana, 36 Greve in Chianti (FI), 50022 Italy info@palagio.it + 055 8590600

4125 E. La Palma Avenue Suite 250 Anaheim, CA 92807 info@parexusa.com 714-778-2266 866-516-0061

165 Wambold Road Harleysville, PA 19438 freedw@pecora.com 215-723-6051 800-355-8817

Palagiousa is part of Palagio Engineering Italy and the Vivaterra group; a company specialized in rain screen ventilated façades. The company has steadily grown since its first realized projects began to take shape in the ’90s. We have enveloped many challenging building projects throughout the world in various climates and consistently produced successful installations. Palagio Engineering is a company devoted to the planning and development of terracotta ventilated wall systems.

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PANASONIC 1519 One Panasonic Way 1H-3 Secaucus, NJ 07094 ventfans@us.panasonic.com 866-292-7299 www.panasonic.com/building

PANELFOLD INC. 3725 10700 NW 36th Ave. Miami, FL 33167 emilyd@panelfold.com 305-894-2227 www.panelfold.com

Founded in 1953, Panelfold is highly recognized throughout the partition industry as an innovative leader in the design of well-engineered, high performance, interior space division systems. Our products are installed in all types of commercial, institutional and residential buildings worldwide. We were the first company in the world to invent, patent and commercialize the types of folding doors and partitions that you see in many homes and commercial buildings throughout the world.

www.pecora.com

www.parexusa.com

Parex USA, Inc.,is a subsidiary of the ParexGroup, The ParexGroup is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of specialty chemicals and ready-to-use mortars for the construction industry. Parex USA manufactures EIFS, Stucco Solutions and Tile and Stone Installation Systems. Our brands are: Parex, Teifs, LaHabra, El Rey Stucco and Merkrete.

PARK PLUS, INC. 3822 31 Iron Horse Rd. Oakland, NJ 07436 ryan@parkplusinc.com 973-574-8020 www.parkplusinc.com

PAVESTONE / TEJAS 1520 3215 State Highway 360 Grapevine, TX 76051 jan.sillers@pavestone.com 817-481-5802

Founded in 1862, Pecora Corporation® is an American manufacturer of architectural weatherproofing products offering a full line of silicone, urethane and latex sealants as well as concrete repair products. Pecora products are specifically formulated to provide superior quality and a wide range of sealant properties for the commercial construction and OEM (original equipment manufacturing) markets. Pecora products are available through authorized weatherproofing distributors throughout the United States.

PELLA CORPORATION 743 102 Main Street Pella, IA 50219 KMChristiansen@Pella.com 641-621-3358 800-847-3552 www.pellacommercial.com

Pavestone Company, setting the industry standards for quality, selection and service since 1980, manufactures concrete segmental and eco-friendly pavers, retaining walls, and erosion control systems.

Pella offers aluminum-clad wood, wood, fiberglass, and vinyl windows and doors at varying price points to meet the performance and budget requirements of virtually any non-residential or residential project. Products are appropriate for both new construction and renovation projects and are often used in punched openings, entrances, storefronts and window wall applications. Follow Pella on Twitter.com: @Pella_News.

PEARSON PILINGS, LLC 1824

PENCO PRODUCTS, INC. 3129

846 Airport Rd. Fall River, MA 02720 mpearson@pearsonpilings.com 508-675-0594

2024 Cressman Road P.O. Box 158 Skippack, PA 19474 general@pencoproducts.com 610-666-0500 800-562-1000

www.pavestone.com

www.pearsonpilings.com

www.pencoproducts.com

Penco manufactures steel and plastic lockers for schools, gymnasiums, health clubs, government and industry. Specialty lockers include the heavy duty steel SmartLocker® Electronic Locker System that controls and tracks access. A wide selection of sizes and models is available, finished in any of 24 powdercoat colors.

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Penco also manufactures industrial shelving, pallet rack, modular drawers, workbenches, storage cabinets and Schmidt structural steel mezzanines. Penco is also a leading supplier of steel garment exchange lockers and hygiene products such as air fresheners and disinfecting systems.

based service enables designers to access a vast database of visual and measurable property imagery. Using this technology, designers can search for any commercial or residential property throughout the U.S. and view it in 3D-like high resolution clarity and perform detailed site measurements that can be annotated and communicated to others easily.

a window to adapt to the ever changing environmental conditions the building envelope faces. SRT windows maximize daylight and help minimize solar heat gain directly leading to reduced energy consumption. Pleotint SRT film uses the suns energy to vary its optical properties by absorbing the sunlight energy and turning it into heat.

PETERSEN ALUMINUM CORPORATION 2817

PILKINGTON NORTH AMERICA, INC. 2943

PNEUMATIC VACUUM ELEVATORS 535

1005 Tonne Avenue Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 bbatkoff@petersenmail.com 800-323-1960

811 Madison Ave. Toledo, OH 43604 BuildingProducts.PNA@nsg.com 800-221-0444

12602 NW 115th Avenue Miami, FL 33178 grubers@vacuumelevators.com 305-235-6707

www.pac-clad.com

www.pilkington.com

www.vacuumelevators.com

Petersen Aluminum manufacturers metal standing seam roof systems as well as perimeter metal systems. We also carry composite metal panels and column covers. We stock a full line of Kynar 500 / Hylar 5000 material in steel and aluminum as well as mill finish, copper, anodized and stainless steel.

As a leading global glass manufacturer, Pilkington provides one of the broadest ranges of glass products available in the world today. Pilkington products help control energy usage, protect against fire, insulate against noise, provide safety and security, afford decoration and privacy, incorporate self cleaning properties and are used in all-glass facades.

Pneumatic Vacuum Elevators LLC is the designer and manufacturer of the vacuum elevator. PVE is an innovative, technology based company that is revolutionizing how people and goods are transported vertically within their home. By the application of simple physics and the utilization of attractive materials, we literally have initiated transportation within a bubble. Started in 2002, in Miami, Fla., PVE is proudly manufacturing three different models of vacuum elevators, ranging from single passenger to a three passenger, wheelchair-accessible model. PVE has a network of over 100 authorized dealers worldwide and growing. With a minimal footprint and a unique panoramic design, the vacuum elevator goes where other elevators simply cannot.

PGT INDUSTRIES 3653 1070 Technology Drive N Venice, FL 34275 pgillis@pgtindustries.com 941-480-1600 www.pgtindustries.com

PLANRACKS.COM 1264 1986 Kensington High St. Lilburn, GA 30047 jhansonatl@bellsouth.net 770-826-8596 www.planracks.com

PHILIPS LEDALITE 953 19750-92A Avenue Langley, BC V1M 3B2 Canada cathleen.singer@philips.com 604-888-6811 www.ledalite.com

Philips Ledalite combines design, performance and sustainability in an innovative new direct luminaire, Jump.

Bringing organizational tools to design professionals, contractors, and facility leaders. Serving our customers with free delivery and same day shipping with wholesale pricing. Product line includes Mayline, Safco, Alvin, and Vis-i-Racks, our in house newly patented High Volume vertical storage Plan Racks for plotter paper, small and large sets of plans. We also distribute PlanTags, Rollables, and other organizational helps.

PICTOMETRY INTELLIGENT IMAGES 961

PLEOTINT LLC 1441

100 Town Centre Drive Rochester, NY 14623 april.balsamo@pictometry.com 585-444-2535 888-444-2575

7705 West Olive Road West Olive, MI 49460 fredm@pleotint.com 616-738-8540

www.pictometry.com

Pictometry Online™ is the new standard for the way design professionals do business. Our easy-to-use subscription

POLYGAL 3535 9405 D. Ducks Lane Charlotte, NC 28273 nick@polygal.com 704-588-3800 800-537-0095 www.polygal-northamerica.com

Polygal is a world leader and pioneer in the design, manufacture and marketing of Polycarbonate Structured Sheets and Profiles used in glazing and roofing systems. Our products are well known for outstanding light transmission, reflective qualities, strength, durability, energysaving properties and easy installation.

www.pleotint.com

Pleotint is offering a new dynamic glazing called Sunlight Responsive Thermochromic (SRT). This is a special PVB film that, when laminated between glass, allows

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EXHIBITOR LISTING POLYGUARD PRODUCTS, INC. 435

PPG IDEASCAPES 1635

PRIMEX WIRELESS 2605

P.O. Box 755 Ennis, TX 75120 sheila@polyguardproducts.com 214-515-5000

125 Colfax St. Springdale, PA 15144 sbird@ppg.com 724-274-3845

965 Wells Lake Geneva, WI 53147 info@primexwireless.com 800-537-0464

www.polyguardproducts.com

www.ppgideascapes.com

www.primexwireless.com/

A high-performance geomembrane, drain manufacturer, producing products to manage water and vapor that can create environmental concerns if allowed to penetrate the building envelope.

At PPG IdeaScapes, you can find the sustainable glass, coatings and paint choices you want, together with the unrivaled technical tools, support and expertise of one of the world’s most experienced and innovative building product manufacturers. PPG IdeaScapes stands alone in its ability to fulfill your sustainable architectural and design vision. Through every phase of a building’s lifecycle, PPG offers beautiful, durable and environmentally progressive solutions for every surface.

Primex Wireless is a provider of regulatory compliance monitoring solutions to improve facility management, increase efficiencies and reduce risk.

PONTE GIULIO USA, CORPORATION 2016 W241 S4021 Rockwood Cir. Waukesha, WI 53189 pontegiulio@sbcglobal.net 877-766-8301

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www.pontegiulio.com

Ponte Giulio USA provides commercial ADA washroom accessories, designed in Italy and manufactured in the USA, to have style and a non-institutional appearance. We offer colored products that are soft and warm to the touch, environmentally friendly, provide a superior non-slip surface and are antimicrobial. Custom Items available upon request. Ponte Giulio USA BIM objects are available on ARCAT.

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PREFERRED CONCRETE POLISHING, INC. 3203 P.O. Box 2151 Kernersville, NC 27285 amanda.slate@preferredconcretepolishing.com 336-992-5600 www.preferredconcretepolishing.com

Pro-Bel is The Original Safety Roof Anchor Company. We are the industry leader in permanent window washing equipment and fall protection systems. During the past 35 years we have completed more than 10,000 projects. Our 13 offices in seven countries are strategically located to better serve your needs. We offer a free design service. This service includes a layout, details and specification. Visit our booth to and attend an AIA/CES accredited presentation.

PRESCOLITE 2422 701 Millennium Blvd. Greenville, SC 29607 fray@prescolite.com 864-678-1000

4240 136th Ave. Holland, MI 49424 benjud@portercorp.com 616-399-1963

www.prescolite.com

Manufacturing high-quality shelters and building products has always been top priority for PorterCorp, manufacturers of Poligon®, Parasol®, and PorterSIPs™. All of our products and frame finishes are thirdparty tested to meet or exceed building codes and product-related specifications, giving you real peace of mind knowing the shelters and SIPs you specify will be enjoyed for years to come. PorterCorp is well known for making our customer’s purchasing experience simple and easy. You can count on seasoned product representatives who know the industry inside and out—professionals that make your selection/design process painless and understand your time is valuable.

65 Sunray Street Whitby, ON L1N 8Y3 Canada andrewm@pro-bel.ca 800-461-0575 www.pro-belusa.com

PORTERSIPS, POLIGON, PARASOL, BY PORTERCORP 2635

www.portercorp.com

PRO-BEL GROUP OF COMPANIES 259

Prescolite has been a prominent force in the lighting industry for more than six decades, and leadership continues today with Prescolite at the forefront of recessed, surface and track lighting solutions for commercial and residential applications. In order to fuel your creative spirit, respect the science that supports efficiently lighting a space, and fulfill functional requirements, each collection was engineered to embrace an architect and designer’s needs.

PROSOCO INC 1617 3741 Greenway Circle Lawrence, KS 66046 scott.buscher@prosoco.com 785-865-4200 www.prosoco.com

PROTECH POWDER COATINGS/ OXYPLAST 1827 7600 Henri Bourassa West St.Laurent, QC H4S 1W3 Canada gbiondi@protechpowder.com 514-745-0200 www.protechpowder.com

The Protech Group of Companies is one of the world’s leading providers of powder coating solutions and the Protech/Oxyplast brand is among the top five in the powder coating industry. Currently, Protech/ Oxyplast products are manufactured in twenty-five countries worldwide. While a long list of powders are considered stock items, much of our production is geared toward custom formulations, each


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developed and tailored for a particular customer or application.

PS SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS LLC 3512 61 County Road 537 East Colts Neck, NJ 07722 info@psss.com 888-748-7166

Quality Stone Veneer, Inc. specializes in custom color and style matching and blending. Let Quality Stone Veneer, Inc. be your manufacturer and installer for turnkey stone veneer projects. Proud member of these imperative associations: Masonry Veneer Manufacturers Association, U.S. Green Building Council, National Association of Home Builders and American Society for Testing and Materials.

www.psss.com

Since 1995, PS Software Solutions has been providing the design community with powerful, yet easy-to-use, fully integrated financial, document, and project management software that is designed by architects and specifically for architects. Our very affordable flagship product, ArchAdministrator, empowers A/E professionals with the most comprehensive software solution available on the market. Visit our booth and receive an additional 10% off already deep volume discounts.

PYROK, INC. 3534 121 Sunset Rd. Mamaroneck, NY 10543 howard@pyrok.com 914-777-7070 www.Pyrokinc.com

QUALITY POWDER COATING, LLC 2131 1838 Forms Drive Carrollton, TX 75006 jim@qualitypowdercoating.com 972-488-0635

Based in Carrollton, Texas, Quality Powder Coating offers architectural grade coatings to meet the AAMA 2604 and 2605 specifications as well as the new wood grain, natural stone, and decorative coatings. With no VOC’s, powder coating is paving the way for a greener future.

QUALITY STONE VENEER, INC. 3561 174 South Iredell Industrial Park Road Mooresville, NC 28115 ben.lengacher@qualitystoneveneer.com 704-930-8349 800-795-3229

QUICKFLASH PRODUCTS 2707 4129 Wagon Trail Ave Las Vegas, NV 89123 qfinfo@Quickflashproducts.com 702-614-6100 800-963-6886

RADIUS TRACK CORP. 3135 9320 Evergreen Blvd. NW Suite G Minneapolis, MN 55433 bob@radiustrack.com 763-795-8885 www.radiustrack.com

Radius Track provides the most comprehensive and cost effective products and services available for framing curved surfaces on any project. We offer design assistance, 3D modeling, structural engineering, BIM integration, and custom curved light-gauge steel products from 20 gauge to 14 gauge. We make it easy and affordable to include curved surfaces in any project you design.

www.quickflashproducts.com

Quickflash Weatherproofing Products are easy to install flashing panels that replace the old, unreliable caulking, tape flashing, spray foams, and/or sheet metal flashinghelping save the builder thousands of dollars a year from potential moisture and air-infiltration related problems. The ultimate solution to weatherproofing plumbing, electrical, gas, and HVAC exterior wall penetrations.

QUIKTRON 238 21 B Avenue West Albia, IA 52531 klieberman@quiktron.com 800-361-0471

RAISED FLOOR LIVING 3217 2900 Indiana Avenue Kenner, LA 70065 rrichardson@sfpa.org 504-443-4464-239 www.raisedfloorliving.com

Raised Floor Living is a promotional program sponsored by the Southern Pine Council (SPC) in partnership with APA. SPC is a promotional body of the Southern Forest Products Association (SFPA), a nonprofit trade association representing Southern Pine lumber producers. APA is a nonprofit trade association representing the North American engineered wood industry.

www.quiktron.com

Since 1992, Quiktron has provided quality cable connectivity solutions to datacomm and telecommunication industries throughout North America. We work exclusively through the industry’s leading distributors to provide custom manufacturing of fiber optic and copper cable assemblies, as well as distribution of 3,000+ standard items.

RAMBUSCH LIGHTING 2329 160 Cornelison Avenue Jersey City, NJ 07304 demetrag@rambusch.com 201-333-2525 www.rambusch.com

RAMI DESIGNS 1335 24 Hammond Suite E Irvine, CA 92618 bdillingham@ramidesigns.com 949-588-8288 www.ramidesigns.com

www.qualitystoneveneer.com

Quality Stone Veneer, Inc. is celebrating over 35 years in the industry as manufacturer and installer of adhered masonry veneer products and accessories.

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EXHIBITOR LISTING RAYNOR GARAGE DOOR 2853

REEF INDUSTRIES, INC. 2135

RHEINZINK AMERICA INC. 3837

1101 East River Road Dixon, IL 61021 thegarage@raynor.com 888-472-9667

9209 Almeda Genoa Road Houston, TX 77075 ri@reefindustries.com 800-231-6074

96F Commerce Way Woburn, MA 01801 lisa.colaianni@rheinzink.com 781-729-0812

www.reefindustries.com

www.rheinzink.com

Reef Industries provides an effective means to maintain appropriate moisture levels during concrete curing with Transguard® 4000 and offers a complete line of Griffolyn® vapor retarders for moisture infiltration control.

RHEINZINK® is a titanium zinc, copper alloy with unmatched longevity and an elegant appearance, making it an ideal building material. With many variations possible, RHEINZINK complements traditional and modern architecture. RHEINZINK complies with the strictest environmental standards and is 100% recyclable. RHEINZINK combines economic and environmental preservation of resources to the utmost; real recycling has been practiced since the very beginning.

REAL CARRIAGE DOOR COMPANY 3004 9803 44th Ave. NW Gig Harbor, WA 98332 info@realcarriage.com 253-853-3815 800-694-5977 www.realcarriagedoors.com

AIA EXPO2011

We manufacture custom solid wood doors of all sizes and function—outswing carriage doors, sliding doors, and folding doors, with manual and automatic capabilities. In addition, we make beautiful sliding door hardware in stainless steel, black, oil rubbed bronze and other finishes. Authentic. Beautiful. REAL.

RECORD-USA 2861 P.O. Box 3099 Monroe, NC 28111 mark.dugo@record-usa.com 704-290-0220 800-438-1937 www.record-usa.com

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RESIDENTIAL ELEVATORS 1826 2958 Wellington Circle Suite 100 Tallahassee, FL 32309 kmurrell@residentialelevators.com 800-926-6022 800-832-2004 www.residentialelevators.com

Residential Elevators,Inc (REI) is an innovative Florida- based manufacturer of custom residential elevators. In business for twenty five years, we offer quality fabrication and service to thousands of customers in more than fifteen states.

REVERE COPPER PRODUCTS INC. 2021

Global leader in automatic door technology featuring our exclusive S.M.A.R.T. display panel. record-usa is a full entrance integrator providing sliding, swinging, slide/fold, manual ICU door and breach security doors.

One Revere Park Rome, NY 13440 aschade@reverecopper.com 800-448-1776

REED CONSTRUCTION DATA 1119

REWARD WALL SYSTEMS, INC. 1626

30 Technology Parkway South Suite 100 Norcross, GA 30092 talisha.jackson@reedbusiness.com 770-209-3516

9931 S. 136th St. Suite 100 Omaha, NE 68138 tgibson@rewardwalls.com 800-468-6344

www.reedconstructiondata.com

www.rewardwalls.com

Reed Construction Data (RCD) is a premier information and data resource for the architectural, engineering and construction industries in North America. By delivering timely, integrated products and services to professionals throughout the construction industry, Reed Construction Data helps designers and contractors transform architectural and engineering visions into fully constructed spaces that are both functional and inviting.

Reward Wall Systems insulated concrete forms (ICF) give superior energy efficiency, air quality, fire and storm protection, and sound attenuation. Reward not only provides state-of-the-art ICFs but also fully custom metal ICF door and window frames and the best customer, engineering and technical support. We have the best in class design and engineering support offered to ICF designers.

www.reverecopper.com

RICHLITE COMPANY 2263 624 E. 15th St. Tacoma, WA 98421 info@richlite.com 253-383-5533 888-383-5533 www.richlite.com

Richlite Company is the original manufacturer of paper-composite surfaces for interior and exterior architectural applications. The dense and durable material brings a natural and warm element to residential and commercial design environments that are rarely achieved through alternative stone or synthetic surfaces. Richlite is composed of FSCcertified and recycled paper content, is GREENGUARD certified for indoor use, including schools and institutions, and contributes to multiple LEED points. A variety of colors, sizes and customization options are available to suit any spec.

RIGIDIZED METALS CORPORATION 3729 658 Ohio Street Buffalo, NY 14203 rmcsales@rigidized.com 800-836-2580 www.rigidized.com

Rigidized Metals is the originator of unique embossed/textured metals used in various industries. Rigidized Metals are used for elevators, backsplashes, counter tops, interior and exterior cladding, floors, ceilings, column covers, restroom partitions and countless applications where metallic


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beauty and long term durability are important to reducing maintenance and material costs. Rigidized Metals’ extensive fabrication capabilities also include interior and exterior panels.

RINNAI AMERICA 2703 103 International Drive Peachtree City, GA 30269 marketing@rinnai.us 678-829-1700 www.rinnai.us

ROBINSON IRON CORP. 3163 P.O. Box 1119 1856 Robinson Road Alexander City, AL 35011-1119 luke@robinsoniron.com 256-329-8486 www.robinsoniron.com

Designer, manufacturer and installer of architectural cast and fabricated metalwork in iron, aluminum, bronze and stainless steel. Specialties include the replication or preservation/restoration of historic details. Authentication is supported by an extensive collection of antique and custom patternwork used in the production of fountains, facades, grilles, gates, fences, column components, pavilions, sculpture, furniture, lampposts, and bollards.

ROCHESTER INSULATED GLASS 2404 73 Merrick Circle P.O. Box 168 Manchester, NY 14504 twolk@rochesterinsulatedglass.com 585-289-3611 www.rochesterinsulatedglass.com

Rochester Insulated Glass is a full service glass fabricator. We fabricate laminated, tempered, insulated, silk screen, spandrel and digitally printed glass. We specialize in high volume commodity, and oversized products. All fabrication can be done in sizes up to 130-inch x 240-inch. All fabrication is done in the United States.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HARDWARE 765

ROXUL, INC. 3110

P.O. Box 4108 1020 Airport Way Hailey, ID 83333 info@rockymountainhardware.com 208-788-2013

420 Bronte St. S. Suite 105 Milton, ON L9T 0H9 Canada contactus@roxul.com 905-878-8474

www.rockymountainhardware.com

www.roxul.com

Handcrafted in Idaho, Rocky Mountain Hardware offers the most complete line of solid bronze architectural hardware, including door, cabinet and window hardware, plumbing, kitchen and bath accessories, etc. Rocky Mountain Hardware is certified by Scientific Certification Systems® (SCS®) to contain a minimum of 90% recycled content, with at least 50% post-consumer recycled content.

RON BLANK & ASSOCIATES, INC. 1029 2611 North Loop 1604 West #100 San Antonio, TX 78258 landon@ronblank.com 800-248-6364 www.ronblank.com

Ron Blank & Associates, Inc. bridges the gap between design professionals and building product manufacturers through online, face-to-face, and webinar AIA/ HSW and SD continuing education courses, USGBC/GBCI continuing ed. for LEED AP’s, direct product representation, and product guide spec writing.

ROOFLANTERNS.COM 136 4256 N. Ravenswood Ave. Ste 104 Chicago, IL 60613 andread@townandcountryus.com 773-281-1212 www.rooflanters.com

ROYOMARTIN 134 P.O. Box 1110 Alexandria, LA 71309 info@royomartin.com 318-483-3808 866-835-4045 www.royomartin.com

RoyOMartin provides superior building products. RoyOMartin is a manufacturer of Oriented Strand Board (OSB) and Plywood products. RoyOMartin offers a full-line of “naturally green” and environmentally responsible building products, including Eclipse™ radiant barrier panels. All RoyOMartin panel products are APA rated and are available FSC certified. Additionally, RoyOMartin manufactures treated poles and piling and lumber and timber.

RTH PROCESSING, INC. 636 1430 North Main Street Delphos, OH 45833 rthprocessing@n1email.net 419-692-3000

RUNTAL NORTH AMERICA, INC. 1917 P.O. Box 8278 Ward Hill, MA 01835 sales@runtalnorthamerica.com 800-526-2621 www.runtalnorthamerica.com

ROOFTOP ANCHOR 126 2700 South 900 West Salt Lake City, UT 84119 cathy@miroind.com 800-411-3914 www.miroind.com

Runtal supplies Euro-style hydronic, steam, and electric radiant panels for the residential, commercial, and institutional markets. Runtal also produces electric and hydronic towel warmer radiators.

RUSKIN CO. 2335 3900 Dr. Greaves Road Grandview, MO 64030 jlivingston@ruskin.com 816-761-7476 www.ruskin.com

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EXHIBITOR LISTING RYTEC HIGH PERFORMANCE DOORS 1728 One Cedar Pkwy. Jackson, WI 53037 swolford@rytecdoors.com 262-677-9046 www.rytecdoors.com

Rytec Corporation is the nation’s leading manufacturer of high-performance doors for industrial, commercial, pharmaceutical and cold-storage environments. Unlike other companies in our industry, doors aren’t a side line for Rytec. They’re our only business, period. This focus is the reason there are 100,000 Rytec doors in operation today.

architects and specifiers for over 25 years. SAFTI FIRST offers SuperLite, advanced fire rated glass with superior clarity and performance for every application. From fire rated doors and windows to custom engineered wall assemblies, you can count on us to deliver high quality products with fast lead times and competitive pricing made here in the USA.

SAGE ELECTROCHROMICS 3622, 3153 One Sage Way Faribault, MN 55021 tfinley@sage-ec.com 507-331-4941 www.sage-ec.com

S-5 3817

AIA EXPO2011

8655 Table Butte Road Colorado Springs, CO 80908 888-825-3432 www.structurflex.com

SAF PERIMETER SYSTEMS DIVISION 2127 139 Chatham Street Sanford, NC 27330 ams@saf.com 919-775-7353 800-334-9823 www.saf.com/persys

Innovative Aluminum Architectural Fabrications SAF Perimeter Systems New extruded aluminum cornice mouldings New extruded pre-designed cornice assemblies with mounting gussets. New concealed gutter systems. SAF Metal Fabrication SAF can fabricate custom column covers and wall panels (caulked and rainscreen) in ACM (Alucobond, Reynobond, and Alpolic), stainless, and aluminum (painted or anodized). See our new exposed frame wall panel system as well

SAFTI FIRST FIRE RATED GLAZING SOLUTIONS 1634 325 Newhall Street San Francisco, CA 94124 dianas@safti.com 888-653-3333 www.safti.com

SAFTI FIRST is a leading USAmanufacturer of fire rated glass and framing sytems, and the preferred choice of

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With the “power to change” from nearly clear to a highly tinted state at the push of a button, SageGlass® insulated glass units provide an unparalleled solar heat gain coefficient of .09 while always allowing a view to the outside and a connection to the outdoors. With SAGE’s electrochromic glass you receive all of the benefits of glass without the drawbacks of the sun, making it an ideal product to simultaneously maximize daylighting and energy efficiency.

SAINT-GOBAIN 3153

SAINT-GOBAIN GLASS 3153 15825 N. 71st Street, Suite 205 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 sggena@exprover.saint-gobain-glass.com 480-607-9400 800-511-1930 usa.saint-gobain-glass.com

Saint-Gobain Glass is a worldwide leader in state-of-of-the-art intelligent glass technologies for architectural projects. Founded in 1665 to manufacture glass for the Hall of Mirrors at the Palace of Versailles, Saint-Gobain’s glass has been used in many inspirational and iconic buildings worldwide. Saint-Gobain offers a wide range of glass technologies including: Energy saving, high insulation low-E glass with oversized processing; systemized daylighting enhancement; active solar control glazing; structural glass; acoustic glass; decorative glass and more.

SAINT-GOBAIN PERFORMANCE PLASTICS CORPORATION 3153 701 Daniel Webster Highway Merrimack, NH 03054 marcel.dery@saint-gobain.com 603-424-9000 800-451-6101 www.sheerfill.com

750 E. Swedesford Road Valley Forge, PA 19482 SGNorthAmericaInfo@saint-gobain.com 610-341-7000 800-274-8530 www.saint-gobain-northamerica.com

Saint-Gobain, the world’s largest building products manufacturer, develops solutions to help architects create a new generation of buildings that are safe, comfortable, economical and energy efficient. SaintGobain’s family of companies offer: exterior and interior building products; architectural membranes and fabrics; paintable wall coverings; solar products; fire-rated, intelligent and electrochromic glass, and more. Saint-Gobain recently earned the 2011 ENERGY STAR® Sustained Excellence Award for ongoing and outstanding leadership in energy management.

Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics which manufactures SHEERFILL Architectural Membrane, is a pioneer in the development of permanent architectural membranes, with 40 + years experience. Saint-Gobain, the world’s largest building products manufacturer, has offered solutions to architects since 1665 and is proven in the construction of the most stunning, energy efficient sports facilities, transportation terminals and landmark buildings as well as short span structures like canopies and skylights. SHEERFILL Architectural Membranes allow almost complete freedom of design.

SAINT-GOBAIN SOLAR 3153 15825 N. 71st Street, Suite 205 Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Jesse.W.Henson@saint-gobain.com 480.607.9400 ext 5113 www.saint-gobain-solar.com/eng

Saint-Gobain Solar, a member of the Saint-Gobain family of companies, is a


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worldwide leader in solar energy products and services. For nearly 350 years, Saint-Gobain, the world’s largest building products manufacturer, has offered solutions to architects. Today, Saint-Gobain is combining its know-how in construction products with its solar technology expertise to provide sustainable materials, engineered renewable energy solutions and photovoltaic solutions for the architectural market.

SAINT-GOBAIN TECHNICAL FABRICS 3153 1795 Baseline Road Grand Island, NY 14072-2010 kim.wasikowski@sgtf.com 716-775-3900 800-762-6694 www.sgtf.com

Novelio, a brand within the Saint-Gobain Technical Fabrics family, is a pioneer in breathable wall coverings. Saint-Gobain, the world’s largest building products manufacturer, has offered solutions to architects since 1665. Novelio has developed high quality, decorative and versatile wall coverings using new technology that enhances the proven performance of glass fabric to trap and neutralize harmful irritants from the air and protect from mold. This tough and durable wall covering not only cleans the air but masks imperfections and cracks for a quick, flawless finish.

SANTA MARGHERITA S.P.A. 1753 Via del Marmo, 1098 Volargne, VR 37020 Italy info@santamargherita.net +390456835888

SCHANTZ CUSTOM WOODWORKING 140 626 South Walnut St. P.O. Box 156 Orrville, OH 44667 v.schantz@schantzorgan.com 330-682-6065 www.schantzcustomwoodworking.com

SCHINDLER ELEVATOR 2209 20 Whippany Road Morristown, NJ 07960 jeffrey.nicholas@us.schindler.com 973-397-6028 www.us.schindler.com

Schindler is the largest supplier of escalators and the second largest manufacturer of elevators worldwide. Schindler designs, installs, services and modernizes elevators, escalators and moving walks for almost every building type worldwide. Globally, Schindler equipment moves 900 million people per day.

SCHLUTER SYSTEMS L.P. 558

Schöck Isokorb is a load-bearing thermal insulation element for balcony, canopy, and beam connections. Balcony slabs without thermal breaks at insulation perimeters cause energy loss, condensation, and mold. Isokorb type K and KST provide solutions to prevent thermal bridging and allow design freedom for concrete-concrete and steel-steel cantilever connections. Schöck has over 36 million Lft installed and more than 25 years of experience, providing high-quality, easy to install products.

194 Pleasant Ridge Road Plattsburgh, NY 12901 info@schluter.com 800-472-4588

SCHOTT NORTH AMERICA, INC. 3111

www.schluter.com

Schluter®-Systems creates and manufactures installation systems specifically designed for tile and stone. We are committed to the improvement and promotion of tile installations worldwide through the development of practical, innovative products for ceramic and stone tile, educational programs and personalized service. Our products include: edge-protection and transition profiles, stair-nosing profiles, a shower system, uncoupling and drainage membranes, balcony and terrace accessories, etc.

SCHNACKEL ENGINEERS, INC. 1707 3035 South 72nd Street Omaha, NE 68124 omaha@schnackel.com 402-391-7680 800-581-0963

555 Taxter Road Elmsford, NY 10523 architecture@us.schott.com 914-831-2200 www.us.schott.com

SCOFIELD 3136 6533 Bandini Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90040 cam.villar@scofield.com 323-720-3000 800-800-9900 www.scofield.com

L. M. Scofield Company is the most trusted and recognized name in the field of architectural concrete coloring, texturing and performance. This recognition comes from 95 years in the industry, creating high standards for products that form a virtually unlimited menu for enhancing the appearance and durability of concrete.

www.schnackel.com

Schnackel Engineers, Inc. is a mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection engineering consultant with licensure throughout North America. With offices in Los Angeles, Omaha, and New York, we conveniently serve the needs of our clients in a convenient, efficient manner. With our revolutionary new AEA Integration design software, we make MEP design faster, better, cheaper and more sustainable than conventional MEP enginnering methods. Yes, you can have it all.

SCRANTON PRODUCTS 1065 801 Corey St. Scranton , PA 18505 mtachino@scrantonproducts.com 800-445-5148 www.comtecindustries.com

SCHOCK BAUTEILE GMBH 2111 Vimbucher Strasse 2 Baden-Baden, 76534 Germany alexander.krenczik@schoeck.de 0049-212 2215184 www.schoeck.de

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EXHIBITOR LISTING SEACHANGER 2617

SECO SOUTH 345

SERIES SEATING 144

8060 Bryan Dairy Road Largo, FL 33777 seachanger@oceanthinfilms.com 727-545-0741

2111 34th Way Largo, FL 33771 rodney@secosouth.com 727-536-1924

www.seachangeronline.com

www.secosouth.com

20900 NE 30th Ave. Suite 901 Miami, FL 33180 tboyd@seriesseating.com 305-932-4626 www.seriesseating.com

Using patented dichroic filters and Luxim LEP™ technology, the SeaChanger Nemo and Nautilus lighting fixtures create millions of rich and reproducible colors with white-to-full saturation color transitions in less than one second. The Nemo and Nautilus deliver 10,000 lumens using only 330 watts of power, coupled with a 15,000hour bulb life; it is the perfect fixture for architectural applications.

AIA EXPO2011

SEALOFLEX, INC. 1961 2520 Oscar Johnson Dr. Charleston, SC 29405 sales@sealoflex.com 843-554-6466 800-770-6466 www.sealoflex.com

Sealoflex produces waterproofing systems and coatings that keep ecology in mind. These products are renewable and sustainable out of the bucket. Sealoflex products are simple to install and may help to obtain LEED points. Sealoflex systems can be applied over existing roofs, eliminating the need for tear off and disposal and deliver Energy Star Rated product options.

SECUREUSA, INC. 3060 4250 Keith Bridge Rd. Cumming, GA 30041 aaron.ling@secureusa.net 770-205-0789 888-222-4559 www.secureusa.net

SecureUSA is a Small Woman Owned Business and the nation’s leading provider of perimeter defense solutions. SecureUSA manufactures the only complete range of decorative crash rated, all electric GREEN vehicle barriers and bollard systems. Decorative options include: decorative sleeves, available in a wide range of materials in aesthetically pleasing designs; decorative composite bollards; crash rated street furniture, includes crash rated benches, bike racks, street lights, etc.

P.O. Box 6403 Bozeman, MT 59771-6403 kevind@selectstone.com 406-922-0264

SEAMAN CORPORATION 1835

SENSITILE SYSTEMS 2623

1000 Venture Blvd. Wooster, OH 44691 scinfo@seamancorp.com 330-262-1111 800-927-8578

1735 Holmes Rd. Ypsilanti, MI 48198 info@sensitile.com 313-872-6314 www.sensitile.com

www.seamancorp.com

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SFS INTEC, INC. 962 P.O. Box 6326 Spring St. and Van Reed Rd. Wyomissing, PA 19610 us.wyengineering@sfsintec.biz 610-376-5751 www.sfsintecusa.com

Manufacturer of fastening systems for commercial construction. Fasteners for metal construction, standing seam roof clips, ACM, MCM, and HPL panels, curtain wall, heavy timber connections, flat roof construction and 304 series stainless steel fasteners for sustainable roofing and wall panel applications.

SELECT STONE INC. 3764

www.selectstone.com

For over 60 years, Seaman Corporation has been the leading innovator/manufacturer of high performance coated fabrics for industrial applications, including: ShelterRite® fabrics for architectural structures and truck tarps; XR-5® and XR-3® geomembranes; and FiberTite® Roofing Systems.

Series Seating is an innovative design and manufacturing company of all types of assembly seating, specializing in theater style and loose seating.

The first Sensitile was created to translate poetic ideas into material form. This led not only to the discovery of new aesthetic phenomena but also to a whole new set of fabrication techniques and processes to create the Sensitile quality in different materials. Sensitile Systems was formed to continue this endeavor and keep pushing and blurring the boundaries we have created between dreams and reality to bring you the most innovative materials, technologies and products.

SHADERLIGHT 3606 St Johns Innovation Centre Cowley Road Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB4 0WS United Kingdom info1@artvps.com +441223424466 www.shaderlight.com

Shaderlight is an exciting new render plug in for Google SketchUp that’s quite different to the other tools out there. As an interactive, photo-real renderer, Shaderlight lets you create high quality images with minimum fuss. Simple to learn and easy to use, Shaderlight lets you see your image develop as you work so whether you’re a rendering expert or a 3D novice, you can visualize your ideas in no time.


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SHAKERTOWN 1992 INC. 2262

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS 3743

SIMONS VOSS TECHNOLOGIES 867

1200 NW Kerron Street Winlock, WA 98596 mark@shakertown.com 800-663-8707

101 Prospect Ave. NW Cleveland, OH 44115 ctszostakowski@sherwin.com 800-524-5979 800-321-8194 (product information line)

10125 South 52nd Street Franklin, WI 53132 warren.simonsen@simons-voss.us 866-785-6259

www.shakertown.com

www.simons-voss.us www.sherwin-williams.com

Shakertown, The Orginal Shingle Panel, provides your projects unmatched appeal and performance. Our 8-foot-long panels means a fast quality application. Features include one-hour firewall, rain screen, blind nailing, and a renewable siding resource. Using 100% vertical grain and an opportunity for your choice of pre-finish options.

SHARON STAIRS 3711 1481 Exeter Rd. Akron, OH 44306 jimbutler@sharonstair.com 330-723-3225 www.sharonstair.com

SHEFFIELD PLASTICS A BAYER MATERIALSCIENCE LLC BUSINESS 2917 119 Salisbury Road Sheffield, MA 01257 marketing@sheffieldplastics.com 413-528-7812 800-628-5084 www.sheffieldplastics.com

High-performance window systems from several manufacturers incorporating the benefits of Makrolon® sheet will be on display. Exhibits include break-resistant and energy efficient glazing systems using Makrolon 15 and Multi UV for educational and psychiatric facilities, and Makrolon® Hygard security laminates for blast, ballistics and containment applications.

SHELDON LABORATORY SYSTEMS, INC. 133 102 Kirk Street Crystal Springs, MS 39069 swalker@sheldonlabs.com 601-892-7127 www.SheldonLabs.com

Sherwin-Williams offers resources tailored exclusively for architects.

SIMPSON DOOR COMPANY 1436

SHILDAN, INC. 653

400 Simpson Ave. McCleary, WA 98557 blovele@simpson.com 800-746-7766

1325 Crescent Blvd. Gloucester City, NJ 08030 msteinmetz@shildan.com 215-525-4510 www.shildan.com

SIEDLE 2417 750 Parkway Broomall, PA 19008 info@siedleusa.com 610-353-9595 800-874-3353

www.simpsondoor.com

Our wood doors set your projects apart. With thousands of standard choices and the capability to create one-of-a-kind custom doors, we have options to suit both your creativity and project budget. We’ve handcrafted wood doors from over 100 different species and hundreds of glass styles, and with authorized dealers from coast to coast, we can help you find the interior or exterior door you love. From room to room and inside to out, life goes through Simpson doors.

www.siedleusa.com

Siedle is a leading communication technology company in the worldwide video intercom and access control markets. We provide first rate video intercom and access control systems to not only commercial and industrial buildings, but also to the rapidly growing challenges of residential buildings.

SIMPSON STRONG-TIE 934 5956 W. Las Positas Blvd. Pleasanton, CA 94588 femerson@strongtie.com 925-560-9081 www.strongtie.com

SIKA SARNAFIL 640 100 Dan Road Canton, MA 02021 webmaster.sarnafil@us.sika.com 781-828-5400 usa.sarnafil.sika.com

Sika Sarnafil has more than 45 years experience providing thermoplastic single-ply membranes for a wide range of roofing and waterproofing applications. The company’s long-lasting membranes and systems help building owners achieve a sustainable roofing solution. Additional products and systems include vapor retarders, insulation, fasteners, adhesives and proprietary hot-air seam welding equipment.

Simpson Strong-Tie has worked with the building community to develop products that help improve the way structures are designed and built. Strong Frame™ Ordinary Moment Frames create larger wall openings and open floor plans without the timeintensive design and installation associated with traditional frames. DeckTools® is the industry-leading sales, design, and estimating software for decks, railing, and fencing.

SISTEMALUX 3229 5455 De Gaspe Suite 100 Montreal, QC H2T 3B3 Canada yechevallard@sistemalux.com 514-523-1339 www.sistemalux.com

SISTEMALUX, a different vsion of light. Since its inception into the North American market in 1984, Sistemalux has evolved into

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EXHIBITOR LISTING a well established brand. Renowned for its modular design and its uncompromised attention to details, Sistemalux has definitely made its mark as a leader in architectural lighting products. Sistemalux designs and manufactures architectural specification grade products which are distributed through lighting agents all over North America. Sistemalux offers indoor and outdoor luminaires which are available in a myriad of lamp choices for commercial, institutional, urban and residential applications. The design flexibility of the Sistemalux products allows the specifier to adapt the products to their project requirements.

SJS COMPONENTS LLC 2804 6778 So. St. Rd. 13 Warsaw, IN 46580 info@sjscomponents.com 260-578-0192

AIA EXPO2011

www.sjscomponents.com

SJS COMPONENTS manufactures a structural insulated window and door headers. Full Thermal Break. For 3 1/ 2 -inch and 5 1/ 2 -inch wall. Full engineering and span charts.

SKYCO SHADING SYSTEMS, INC. 2911 3411 W. Fordham Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 wendy@skycoshade.com 714-708-3038

SKYFOLD/LAMCEL 3228 325 Lee Avenue Montreal, QC H9X 3S3 Canada sandra_buzzi@skyfold.com 514-457-4767 www.skyfold.com

SKYFOLD is a fully automatic, vertically folding acoustic partition, stores in ceiling— STC rating up to 57. LAMCEL offers custom designed, aluminum honeycomb panel solutions for walls, ceilings, entrances, and building cladding in sizes as large as 5-foot x 12-foot.

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SKYLINE INK ANIMATION STUDIOS 2563

SMARTBIM, LLC 1658

17 Harrison Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73104 info@skylineink.com 405-526-4500

35 Technology Parkway, S Suite 110 Norcross, GA 30092 candice.dobra@smartbim.com 877-436-9031

www.skylineink.com

www.smartbim.com

Skyline Ink creates photorealistic animation, renderings and interactive Real Time presentations for architectural visualization. See renowned architect Bruce Goff’s unbuilt works in dramatic HD presentations produced by Skyline Ink for the museum exhibition Bruce Goff: A Creative Mind. Or pick up a game controller and take your own tour of Skyline Ink’s photorealistic interactive environments.

SLIPNOT® METAL SAFETY FLOORING 2220 2545 Beaufait Street Detroit, MI 48207 info@slipnot.com 313-923-0400 800-754-7668 www.slipnot.com

SlipNOT® Metal Safety Flooring manufactures slip resistant metal safety flooring products. SlipNOT® transforms ordinary industrial flooring products into extraordinary, durable slip resistant safety products. From sure step bar gratings, high friction safety floor plates, permanently safe ladder rungs and rung covers to perforated and expanded metal retrofit plates, SlipNOT® is the preeminent long term solution for increased productivity and safety.

SMART VENT INC. 3723 450 Andbro Drive Suite 2B Pitman, NJ 08071 bshaw@smartvent.com 877-441-8368 www.smartvent.com

SMART VENT Foundation Flood Vents, FEMA Accepted and ICC-ES Certified Foundation Flood Vents. One 16-inch x 8-inch vent covers 200 sq/ft of enclosed area for flood protection. A full line of different models are available for every type of application. A technical staff of Certified Floodplain Managers is on-hand to assist with any questions. 1 HSW/SD Course AIA Approved Course Available.

SMITH & FONG PLYBOO 2116 475 6th Street San Francisco, CA 94103 puneeta@plyboo.com 415-896-0577 www.plyboo.com

Smith & Fong Co. is the manufacturer of Plyboo®, the most respected name in bamboo plywood and bamboo flooring, and Durapalm®, an exotic and beautiful range of flooring and plywood derived from palms. Smith & Fong offers the world’s only formaldehyde-free FSC-certified bamboo, and the company’s FloorScore® certified flooring and Indoor Advantage Gold™ certified plywood are found in design-rich commercial and residential environments worldwide, where sustainability meets innovation.

SMOKE GUARD, INC. 3123 287 N. Maple Grove Rd. Boise, ID 83704 info@smokeguard.com 208-639-7850 800-574-0330 www.smokeguard.com

Flexible smoke and fire containment systems are the focus at Smoke Guard— and have been for more than a decade. We specialize in reclaiming usable space and providing code compliant protection with innovative curtains that deploy only when smoke is actively detected by a local detector. Our recent partnership with German smoke and fire curtain specialist Stoebich Brandschutz enables us to expand our solution offering to protect openings throughout your entire building. In many situations, such as atriums, our flexible curtain systems can replace the need for large smoke control systems and costly additional construction.


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SNO-GEM, INC. 3539

SOLAR INNOVATIONS, INC. 2305

SOMFY SYSTEMS, INC. 2435

4800 Metalmaster Way McHenry, IL 60050 info@snogem.com 815-477-4367

31 Roberts Road Pine Grove, PA 17963 skylight@solarinnovations.com 570-915-1500 800-618-0669

121 Herrod Blvd. Dayton, NJ 08810 ipmarketing@somfy.com 609-395-1300

www.solarinnovations.com

SOMMER USA 3200

www.snogem.com

SOCIETY FOR DESIGN ADMINISTRATION 2502 2400 Ardmore Blvd. Suite 302 Pittsbourgh, PA 15221 admin@sdamin.org 412-871-3634 800-711-8199 www.sdadmin.org

The Society for Design Administration advances management and administrative professionals in the A/E/C industry through education, networking, and resources.

SOIL RETENTION 3935 2501 State Street Carlsbad, CA 92008 njansson@soilretention.com 760-966-6090 www.soilretention.com

Soil Retention manufactures, distributes and installs Plantable concrete systems®. Our products consist of Drivable Grass®, a permeable, flexible and plantable pavement system; Verdura®, a fully plantable retaining wall system; and Enviroflex®, an interlocking articulating concrete block (ACB) revetment system. We have been manufacturing products for over 20 years.

SOLAIRA 2818 125 Traders Blvd E. #4 Mississauga, ON L4Z 2H3 Canada jtartaglia@in-foresight.com 905-696-7765 www.solairaheaters.com

Solar Innovations, Inc. is a single source manufacturer of glazed structures, skylights, windows, and doors. With onsite design and engineering teams, Solar Innovations’ products are sure to meet your aesthetic and performance needs. Folding, sliding, stacking, and tilting doors, window, and screens; greenhouses; conservatories; sunrooms; skylights; pool enclosures; and more.

SOLOMON COLORS 3357 4050 Color Plant Road Springfield, IL 62702 kgibbs@solomoncolors.com 217-527-1181

3308-c Oak Lake Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28079 j.hutcher@sommer-usa.com 704-408-1511 www.sommer-usa.com

Revolutionary garage door opener. The Direct Drive is the only one of its kind which offers Europe’s leading innovative technology. Unlike conventional garage door opener that use a noisy chain, belt or screw the Direct Drive has only one moving part with no moving chain or belt. The motor glides silently along the stationary chain that is embedded in a sturdy steel rail, creating the quietest garage door opener available.

www.solomoncolors.com

SOLUTIA’S PERFORMANCE FILMS DIVISION 2505 575 Maryville Centre Drive St. Louis, MO 63141 hlgron@solutia.com 314-674-1016 www.vista-films.com www.enerlogicfilm.com

SONOCO 1529 1 N. Second St. Hartsville, SC 29550 jeff.stacy@sonoco.com 843-383-7000 888-766-8823 www.sonotube.com

Featuring a patent-pending, low-E coating, EnerLogic window film adds up to 92% more insulating power to existing windows—improving energy efficiency in every season. EnerLogic, the latest addition to the Vista™ line-up of architectural window films, effectively transforms the insulating power of single-pane windows into double-pane; and double-pane windows into triple-pane at a fraction of window replacement cost.

Sonoco is the construction industry’s leading manufacturer of fiber-based concrete forms and voids. Contractors enjoy the strength and performance of Sonotube® concrete forms with RainGuard® technology. Sonotube Finish Free® forms, now in 20-foot lengths, help contractors reduce the time and cost of manual column finishing. Sonovoid® Round void forms create voids inside cast-in-place and pre-cast concrete structures reducing weight without sacrificing structural integrity.

SOLVAY SOLEXIS 2463

SOUND SEAL 424

10 Leonard Lane W. Deptford, NJ 08086 solvaysolexisinfo@solvay.com 856-853-8119

PO Box 545 Agawam, MA 01001 dgilbert@soundseal.com 413-789-1770

www.solvaysolexis.com

www.soundseal.com

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EXHIBITOR LISTING SOUNDPROOF WINDOWS 2017

SPEC-RITE DESIGNS 3939

STEEL DOOR INSTITUTE 1424

4673 Aircenter Cir. Reno, NV 89502 Randy@soundproofwindows.com 877-438-7843

1054 Central Industrial Dr. Saint Louis, MO 63110 SKistner@specritedesigns.com 314-633-4932

30200 Detroit Road Westlake, OH 44145 leh@wherryassoc.com 440-899-0010

www.soundproofwindows.com

www.specritedesigns.com

www.steeldoor.org

SPRAYLAT POWDER COATINGS 2208

STEGO INDUSTRIES 1665

3333 N. Interstate 35 Gainesville, TX 76240 mathewst@spraylat.com 940-665-9590

216 Avenida Fabricante, #101 San Clemente, CA 92672 brethouck@stegoindustries.com 949-493-5460

www.spraylat.com

www.stegoindustries.com

Spraylat products include NEWLAR®, a 100% fluoropolymer resin-based powder coating and ARC2001®, a proprietary formula based on super polyester technology. These powder coatings deliver an economical, environmentally compliant coating that contributes towards LEED credits of the US Green Building Council. In addition to their excellent weatherability, both NEWLAR® and ARC2001®, coatings satisfy AAMA (American Architectural Manufacturers Association) performance requirements without a primer.

Stego Industries is the leader in the belowslab vapor barrier market. The producers of Stego Wrap Vapor Barrier, Stego focuses on educating the industry on the subject of below-slab moisture protection. We pride ourselves on technical and field support for architects, engineers, and contractors. Stop by our booth to see the new products we have to offer.

Our soundproof windows are second windows that insulate, stop drafts, soundproof and more. They open and close just like your existing windows, and offer more benefits than replacement windows at a significantly lower cost.

SOUTH ATLANTIC GALVANIZED PRODUCTS 3104

AIA EXPO2011

153 Brodreach Rd. Wilmington, SC 29072 cdmaki@aol.com 803-261-3315

South Atlantic Galvanizing sells a wide variety of corrosion resistant building materials for both commercial and residential construction. HDG products easily earn points under LEED section 4.1 and 4.2, and are 100% recyclable. Maintenance- free service for up to 100 years. Visit our booth to see how hot dip galvanized reinforcing for concrete, or our HDG lintels for the masonry trade can be key in keeping your project below cost and “in the green.” Domestic and export sales.

SPARK MODERN FIRES 1559

P.O. Box 469 Butler, PA 16003 csnyder@standardbent.com 724-287-3747 www.standardbent.com

99B Greenwood Ave. Bethel, CT 06801 info@sparkfires.com 203-733-3323

STANLEY SECURITY SOLUTIONS, INC. 526

SPECIFIED TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 138

6161 East 75th Street Indianapolis, IN 46250 pmatchett@stanleyworks.com 317-849-2250

210 Evans Way Somerville, NJ 08876 ccostello@stifirestop.com 908-526-8000 800-992-1180 www.stifirestop.com

Specified Technologies Inc. (STI), a leading firestopping manufacturer offers the industry’s most complete line of UL Classified systems. STI specializes in difficult applications, not only offering a broad-based product line, but solutions, too.

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STANDARD BENT GLASS 2117

www.stanleysecuritysolutions.com

Stanley Security Solutions comprehensive portfolio of UL listed and ANSI/BHMA certified products includes premium brands BEST, Wi-Q, K2, PHI, Stanley and Sargent and Greenleaf, which are preferred by architects, hardware specifiers, locksmiths, loss prevention professionals, security managers and end users.

STEPSTONE, INC. 541 17025 So. Main St. Gardena, CA 90248 paul@stepstoneinc.com 310-327-7474 800-572-9029 www.stepstoneinc.com

Handmade precast concrete pavers, stairtreads, wall caps and pool coping. Working with designers for over forty years to manufacture distinctive concrete products. Nationwide sales.

STEWART SIGNS 1905 2201 Cantu Court Suite 215 Sarasota, FL 34232 sstrom@stewartsigns.com 941-378-4242 800-237-3928 www.stewartsigns.com

Since 1968, Stewart Signs has been providing quality signage to organizations across America. With over 35,000 satisfied customers, our signs have proven to not only meet but exceed our customers’ high expectations. We offer changeable letter and electronic LED message centers with graffiti-resistant finishes, vandal covers, and an unmatched Lifetime Warranty. Rest


assured that when you choose a Stewart Sign, your investment will last for many years to come.

STO CORP. 2145, 2511 3800 Camp Creek Pkwy B1400, #120 Atlanta, GA 30331 arosemberg@stocorp.com 678-553-3242 www.stocorp.com

Sto® is the innovative world leader in cladding, coating, and restoration systems.

enable customers to bring CAD files and design ideas to life in durable plastic right from their desktop. Fortus® 3D Production Systems by Stratasys, offers a line of 3D production systems used for direct digital manufacturing and precision rapid prototyping.

STRUCTURFLEX 2062 140 Walnut Street Suite 201 Kansas City, MO 64106 816-889-9000

STUD MUFFIN 1237 P.O. Box 490243 Lawrenceville, GA 30049 gunterbarnes@bellsouth.net 770-338-2200

STYLMARK INC. 2400 6536 Main St. NE Minneapolis, MN 55432 charveyschnabel@Stylmark.com 763-586-4892

www.structurflex.com

STONE PANELS, INC. 2638 100 South Royal Lane Coppell, TX 75019 dons@stonepanels.com 469-635-5000 www.stonepanels.com

STRATACACHE 3608 2 Riverplace, Suite 200 Dayton, OH 45405 rwendel@stratacache.com 937-224-0485 www.stratacache.com

STRATACACHE is a privately-held provider of efficient, scalable and costeffective digital signage and IP video. STRATACACHE solutions are designed to promote business growth, drive innovation and increase productivity in retail, hospitality, finance, service, manufacturing and government sectors. Integrating digital into design, STRATACACHE solutions enhance building aesthetics and ambiance, helping you discover opportunities to grow your business.

STRATASYS, INC. 1235 7665 Commerce Way Eden Prairie, MN 55344 info@stratasys.com 952-937-3000 www.stratasys.com

Stratasys, Inc. manufactures additive fabrication systems using patented FDM® (Fused Deposition Modeling) technology to produce real parts directly from 3D CAD files. Its Dimension® 3D printers are affordable, networked printers, which

STUART DEAN CO., INC. 1723 450 Seventh Avenue New York, NY 10123 rdean@stuartdean.com 973-283-2205 www.stuartdean.com

Founded in 1932, Stuart Dean, a recognized leader in the restoration of architectural metal of curtain walls and building facades. Offices coast-to-coast, they field-apply high-performance (fluoropolymer) coatings, in any color that modernize and protect like original factory finishes. Anodized aluminum or painted finishes are restored to a like-new appearance at buildings in size from one to 100 stories.

STUC-O-FLEX INTERNATIONAL, INC. 444 17639 NE 67th Court Redmond, WA 98052 dan@stucoflex.com 425-885-5085 800-305-1045 www.stucoflex.com

Continuous Insulation Systems “CI”/ Rainscreen Assemblies “WATERWAY” - Rainscreen Drainage and Ventilation Mats; “STUC-O-FLEX” – Breathable Elastomeric Acrylic Finishes; “EUROPLAST and EUROSEAL” – Venetian Style Plaster and Antiquing Sealer; “WATERWAY DRAINABLE STUCCO ASSEMBLY”; WATERWAY PLUS – Patented WRB and Rainscreen Drainage Mat in a single Roll. Applications: Stucco, Fiber-Cement Board, Metal, EIFS, ICF, Brick, CMU Block; New Construction, Retrofit, Repair.

SUBMITTAL EXCHANGE 3612 495 Alice’s Rd., Suite F Waukee, IA 50263 erica@submittalexchange.com 800-714-0024 www.submittalexchange.com

Submittal Exchange™ is a collaborative online system for exchanging, reviewing, and archiving construction communications. Submittal Exchange for Design™ provides collaboration and information sharing, as well as additional tools for the design phase of commercial construction projects. The newest Submittal Exchange solution is Greengrade™, a collaborative online LEED® management software tool that allows project teams to manage LEED project communication and information.

SUBWAY CERAMICS 3363 303 Bruce Street Verona, WI 53593 keith@subwayceramics.com 608-237-7274 888-387-3280 www.subwayceramics.com

Established in 2006, Subway Ceramics is the leading source for reproduction tilework commonly known as “subway tile”, representing the American heritage tile used in over 40 years of American home and commercial construction. Demand for heritage tilework is significant and growing: homeowners preserving the vintage character of their old homes, developers designing new projects in a traditional style, designers recreating a period-themed ambiance for restaurants and hotels, and preservation architects restoring period homes and historic landmarks.

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EXHIBITOR LISTING SUGATSUNE AMERICA, INC. 635

SUNFLOWER DAYLIGHTING 2523

18101 Savarona Way Carson, CA 90746 sales@sugatsune.com 310-329-6373 800-562-5267

pnovak@sunflowerdaylighting.com 1529 Sicily Drive Longmont, CO 80503 pnovak@sunflowerdaylighting.com 720-468-0232

www.sugatsune.com

www.sunflowerdaylighting.com

Sugatsune carries vast selection of sliding/ swing/folding door system, lateral opening door system, high quality decorative hardware, and unique dampening mechanism. New products include: 3way Adjustable Heavy/Light Duty Concealed Hinge provides flush surface when door closed and allows vertical, horizontal and depth adjustments. Door Damper keeps door from slamming shut equipped with dampening mechanism noted for LAPCON series, our patented product. Soft Closing Sliding Door System applied with recessed track and silent closing will add elegance to room with clean appearance. This product covers maximum door weight up to 150 lbs. Slidable Bi-Folding Door System allows flexible design on various application including closet doors, partitions etc. This item height adjustable and closed position is also adjustable on center hinge.

Sunflower Daylighting offers the Sundolier®, the chandelier that delivers the sun. The Sundolier distributes sunlight to large interior rooms by washing ceilings and walls with indirect daylight creating the highest quality natural lighting experience. Visit our booth to see this innovative system that tracks the sun to maximize daylight, increases the quality and usability of natural light, requires minimal roof penetration, and is easy to specify.

SULFURCELL SOLARTECHNIK 2901

SUPA DOORS 2341 1732 Universal City Universal City, TX 78148 customerservice@supadoor.com 210-698-8500 www.supadoor.com

SUPER SKY PRODUCTS, INC. 1629

171 Pier Ave. # 118 Santa Monica, CA 90405 vonbormann@sulfurcell.de 310-982-7633

10301 N. Enterprise Drive Mequon, WI 53092 supersky@supersky.com 262-242-2000

www.sulfurcell.com

www.supersky.com

Solar Construction with Sulfurcell— Solutions with Style Our solar systems achieve maximum yields even in hot locations, and the modules highly distinctive design enhances buildings and enables the modules to be unobtrusively integrated into the architecture. Whether for office buildings, public facilities or commercial enterprises, with Sulfurcell modules in the façade, carports, or roofs you can combine the benefits of renewable energy generation with sophisticated architecture. Our modules enhance buildings and represent an investment in the future that pays off.

Leading designer, manufacturer and installer of custom glass and aluminum skylights for over 80 years. Also offered; Photovoltaic (BIPV), Point Supported Glass systems and Polycarbonate Systems— EDGE®, EDGE MAX®, Standing Seam and Nanogel® aerogel.

SUSTAINABLE FORESTRY INITIATIVE 3235 900 17th St. NW, Ste. 700 Suite 700 Washington, DC 20006 julia.hershberger@sfiprogram.org 202-596-3450 www.sfiprogram.org

The Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI®) program is an independent, non-profit, organization with a sciencebased, internationally recognized forest management standard for North America.

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With nearly 200 million acres certified (80 million hectares) SFI is the world’s largest single forest certification standard and is recognized by conservationists, governments, and green building rating programs around the world. The SFI program is based on the premise that responsible environmental behaviour and sound business decisions can coexist to the benefit of communities, customers and the environment, today and for future generations.

SUTTERS MILL SPECIALTIES 3437 2249 W. Fairmount Drive Suite 2 Tempe, AZ 85285 mike@suttersmill.com 602-437-5550 www.suttersmill.com

SWIM EX 1822 846 Airport Rd. Fall River, MA 02720 mthomas@swimex.com 508-646-1600 800-877-7946 www.swimex.com

SwimEx pools are used by private homeowners, hospitals, physical therapists and college and professional sports teams. Infinitely better than a basic lap pool, our paddlewheel technology produces the smoothest, deepest and strongest current flow available on the market. Whether your client is a swimmer, an athlete who wants a robust workout, or someone looking for life changing rehab and recovery we’re confident a SwimEx pool will meet their needs and exceed their expectations.

SWISSPEARL 1058 Eternitstrass E Niederurnen, 8867 Switzerland alfred.meier@eternit.ch 775-530-7104 www.swisspearl-architecture.com

SYNTHEON INC. 2601 1555 Coraopolis Heights Road Moon Township, PA 15108 jpeskowitz@accbt.com 412-490-5089


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TAB PRODUCTS CO. LLC 1262

TATE ACCESS FLOORS 429

TECTUM INC. 3360

605 Fourth Street Mayville, WI 53050 llockwood@tab.com 920-387-1995

7510 Montevideo Rd. Jessup, MD 20794 tateinfo@tateaccessfloors.com 410-799-4200

P.O. Box 3002 Newark, OH 43058 info@tectum.com 888-977-9691

www.tab.com

www.tateaccessfloors.com

www.tectum.com

TAB Products is the global leader in records and information management systems for vital documents where immediate access to information is critical. By sharing our storage strategies with construction companies in the bid process, we help save space, speed file retrieval and reduce exposure to risk. From high-density mobile systems, to cabinet and shelving options, we help increase file and storage capacity and can assist with all storage requirements.

Tate is the leading manufacturer of raised access floors and underfloor service distribution (UFSD) solutions including air, modular wire and cabling. UFSD is one of the best solutions on the market for achieving high-performance indoor environments. This single strategy increases daylighting, improves IAQ, and promotes the efficient use of energy and materials, while adding comfort for building occupants. Cost-effective and adaptable, Tate enables intelligent design that promotes flexibility in a healthier work environment with enhanced aesthetic value.

Whether you require wall panels, ceiling panels, or an acoustical roof deck, Tectum Inc. has the right product for your noise problem. Tectum products are cementitious wood fiber acoustical panels composed of aspen wood fibers. All of our products carry a Class A/1 interior finish rating for flame and smoke. In addition, all Tectum products are “green” because they are manufactured using only renewable wood and other sustainable raw materials.

TAKIYA CO., LTD. 364 1-10-12 Shimanouchi Chuo-ku Osaka, 542-0082 Japan larry.us@takiya.com 01181662530331 www.takiya.org

TAKIYA is Japan’s foremost manufacturer of exhibition hardware for museums and private art collections. Our systems have been used in some of the highest profile museums in the world including the new American wing of the Boston Museum of Fine Art, the Prado and the Rijksmuseum. Our display systems are of the highest quality and we can custom design and manufacture to specifications as needed.

TAMLYN 3936 13623 Pike Rd. Stafford, TX 77477 ckim@tamlyn.com 281-499-9604 www.tamlyn.com

Xtreme Trim™ is a proprietary primed, anodized or color matched product that protects against harsh weather conditions and allows for paint adhesion. Xtreme Trim™ profiles are designed to work together as a system to create an aesthetically attractive and durable appearance. Many architects are becoming ever more concerned about the longevity of the products they specify. While galvanized trims are initially less expensive, they do not perform as well as aluminum in the long run.

TECNO DISPLAY INC 2407 2277 National Avenue Hayward, CA 94545 patrick@tecnodisplay.com 510-782-5600 800-255-3536 www.tecnodisplay.com

Tecno Display—a varied selection of museum glass display showcases, wall display cases, free standing towers and wood pedestals. Museum glass cases and vitrine pedestals come pre-assembled, of tempered glass and are lockable. Seamless glass to glass construction allows for full, clear and direct vision of the items displayed; shelves are tempered glass, fully adjustable. Displays and pedestals can be equipped with lighting such as halogen, fluorescent, LED.

TEGRAL BUILDING PRODUCTS LTD 1862 Tegral Building Products Ltd. Kilkenny Road Athy, Co. Kildare Ireland grobinson@tegral.com 011353598631316

TENNANT CO. 3017 701 North Lilac Drive Golden Valley, MN 55422 sara.taylor@tennantco.com www.tennantco.com

TEPROMARK INTERNATIONAL INC. 1810 7518 Saint Louis Ave Ste 1047 Skokie, IL 60076 robertmorris335@gmail.com 800-645-2622 www.tepromark.com

Manufacturer of PVC and clear corner guards, PVC and wood crash rails, PVC and wood hand rails and PVC sheets goods. Also manufacturers of Vinyl matting, solid and drain through Available in large 33-foot to 65-foot rolls long and 24 to 65 inches wide. Also in one-foot interlocking squares.

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EXHIBITOR LISTING TEXOCLAD 2301

THE CABLE CONNECTION 2801

THE SKY FACTORY 2630

580 Thames St. # 206 Newport, RI 02840 info@texoclad.com 401-662-6469

52 Heppner Drive Carson City, NV 89706 ray@thecableconnection.com 775-885-1443

P.O. 1177 801 N. 18th St. Fairfield, IA 52556 karang@theskyfactory.com 641-472-1747 866-759-3228

www.ultra-tec.com

www.auracustom.com

AIA EXPO2011

Designed by Tensoforma, TEXOCLAD® is a revolutionary patented pre-stressed panel system that delivers all the benefits of the latest architectural fabrics in a form that can be easily incorporated into mainstream construction. TEXOCLAD® consists of an aluminum extrusion frame system which can be clad with a huge variety of solid and mesh fabric types, including PTFE Glass, Silicone Glass, ETFE Film, PVC Polyester etc. This results in an extremely lightweight and versatile cladding system that provides a highly cost effective alternative to traditional forms of construction.

TFC/BESTWORTH 3927 1107 North Taylor Road Garrett, IN 46738 ghenderson@centurionind.com 260-357-6665 800-832-3212 www.tfccanopy.com

TFC and Bestworth design, manufacture and install architectural canopies also manufacture and install aluminum composite interior and exterior panel systems.

THE BLUE BOOK BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION NETWORK 3517 800 E. Main St. Jefferson Valley, NY 10535 jconroy@thebluebook.com 914-245-0200-3499 www.thebluebook.com

From design through post-construction, The Blue Book Building and Construction Network is helping the entire industry improve it’s digital workflow. From complete online solutions to new BIM and Virtual Design opportunities, The Blue Book Network is where the industry connects every day. The Blue Book Network offers a powerful set of free tools to help you find the right people, the right products and work smarter to improve your productivity.

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THE CONSTRUCTION SCIENCES RESEARCH FOUNDATION 3518 P.O. Box 926 Bel Air, MD 21014 fking@csrf.org 877-773-2898 www.csrf.org

THE DAVEY RESOURCE GROUP 1126 2138 Priest Bridge Court Suite 4 Crofton, MD 21114 dzeitlin@thecareoftrees.com 410-774-0024 877-818-7337 www.treepreservationplan.com

From feasibility study and pre-planning, through design, and onto the construction site; we offer consulting solutions and field services to aid clients in meeting all tree and ecological needs on their land development projects. Offering both sustainable site solutions and traditional tree/landscape services, our team of consultants, conservation planners, project managers, and field technicians are trained and experienced in helping clients in making green part of the plan.

www.theskyfactory.com

Sky Factory, a fine art and technology company, creates authentic Illusions of Nature™ for walls and ceilings that dramatically transform interior spaces into oases of natural healing, serenity and beauty. Sky Factory trigger a genuine psycho-physiological relaxation response in observers. Sky Factory’s new Digital Cinema product line uses high-definition motion and sound, allowing viewers to experience the events, moods and movements of nature with unprecedented realism.

THE VINYL INSTITUTE 2326 1737 King Street Ste. 390 Alexandria, VA 22314 ablakey@vinylinfo.org 571-970-3283 www.vinylindesign.com

THE WAGNER COMPANIES 2716 P.O. Box 423 Butler, WI 53007-0423 info@mailwagner.com 414-214-0444

THE NORTH CAROLINA GRANITE CORP. 3364

The Wagner Companies is an architectural metal, glass, and lighting company with 160,000 square feet of manufacturing in Milwaukee Wisconsin. We can engineer and manufacture any sized job.

151 Granite Quarry Trail Mount Airy, NC 27030 richardz@ncgranite.com 336-719-2624

THE WESTERN GROUP 2222

www.ncgranite.com

Granite quarrier and fabricator of building and landscape stone. Specialties include dimensional cut stone, pavers, curbs,wall caps, columns, bollards, and historical restorations

8514 Manchester Dr. Rowlett, TX 75089 michaell@thewesterngroup.com 503-222-1644 www.architecturalwire.com

The Western Group is a U.S. manufacture of woven wire, welded wire and perforated plate screening and rail fill products. TWG offers screen claddings for building exteriors along with our Living Screen trellis system to promote plant growth on building exteriors.


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THERMAFIBER, INC. 2440

TIMELY 2636

3711 Mill Street Wabash, IN 46992 ahess@thermafiber.com 260-563-2111 888-834-2371

10241 Norris Avenue Pacoima, CA 91331 sales@timelyframes.com 818-492-3500 800-247-6242

www.thermafiber.com

www.timelyframes.com

Thermafiber, Inc. manufactures premium mineral wool insulation for commercial, residential, industrial, and marine applications. Thermafiber commercial insulation products are specified 4-to-1 over other brands have been installed in 6 of the 10 tallest buildings in the world.

More than a door frame, Timely steel door frames are part of a system featuring proven performance, design flexibility, and added security—at significantly lower cost. Testing shows the Timely system outperforms hollow metal frames in three different tests-while saving up to 40% per opening by reducing jobsite labor. Timely offers complete project support from initial concept, specification preparation, total opening coordination and final project completion.

THERMAPAVER 2002 P.O. Box 6466 Brunswick, ME 04011 robertb@thermapaver.com 970-927-9503

THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATORS 218 9280 Crestwyn Hills Dr. Memphis, TN 38125 robin.oldham@thyssenkrupp.com 901-261-1719

TILE OF SPAIN & STONE OF SPAIN 3453, 3461 2655 Le Jeune Rd. Suite 1114 Coral Gables, FL 33134 rocamador.rubio@mcx.es 305-446-4387 www.tilespain.com

TILT-UP CONCRETE ASSOCIATION 3201 113 First Street NW Mount Vernon, IA 52314 esauter@tilt-up.org 319-895-6911 www.tilt-up.org

Site cast Tilt-Up concrete wall construction is one of the fastest growing construction systems for exterior and mass walls. Walls are load bearing, durable, fast to construct, energy efficient and green. Advances in concrete technology now allow site cast wall panels to rival plant cast in appearance. Visit the Tilt-Up Concrete Association booth to see what Tilt-Up can offer architects.

to surfaces that are elegant, hard and very durable. TorZo is perfect for flooring, wall paneling, and horizontal surfaces.

TOTO 1227 1155 Southern Rd. Morrow, GA 30260 marketing@totousa.com 770-282-8686

TOWN & COUNTRY LUXURY FIREPLACES 959 2975 Allenby Road Duncan, BC V9L 6V8 Canada cheryl@pacificenergy.net 888.223.0088 www.townandcountryfireplaces.net

TORMAX TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 1922 12859 Wetmore Road San Antonio, TX 78247 mjohnson@tormaxusa.com 210-494-3551-102 210-866-3707 www.tormaxusa.com

For more than 50 years, in over 70 countries, TORMAX has been recognized as the technological leader in the automatic door industry. The brand originated in Switzerland with Landert Motoren AG, a European and global leader in drive system technology. TORMAX Technologies Inc. is strategically located in San Antonio. We are a full line manufacturer and distributor of automatic doors offering a complete scope of slide door systems, swing door systems and swing door operators.

TORZO SURFACES 2904 P.O. Box 299 Woodburn, OR 97071 ccoduto@specpoly.com 866-822-0002 www.torzosurfaces.com

TorZo is an elegant, durable and sustainable surface material manufactured from agricultural byproducts and recycled wood. Available in four standard colors, as well as custom colors, TorZo products are ideally suited for a variety of applications in both residential and commercial markets. Through a unique infusion process, TorZo is transformed from sustainable materials

A Town & Country Luxury Fireplace is more than just a fireplace. It is an architectural feature, a sophisticated statement about a home—and an investment that will retain its value for years to come. Every one of our fireplaces is an industry leader in design and innovation. And because of the flexibility of our Design-A-Fire feature, our customers can create a fireplace that perfectly reflects their style and taste.

TOWNSTEEL, INC. 1731 707 N. Barrance Ave., Bldg #6 Covina, CA 91723 jennyliu@townsteel.com 626-858-5080 877-858-0888 www.townsteel.com

TownSteel has been manufacturing high quality commercial grade builder’s hardware for over twenty years. We take pride in our ability to maintain a product offering that is of a quality second to none. Our talented and dedicated engineering team is continually looking for new and improved methods of manufacturing as well as material sourcing. Our goal is to bring to you the most imaginative and exciting design concepts possible, only limited by the physical confines of the product.

TRELLIGENCE, INC. 3313 21847 Goldstone Terrace Sterling, VA 20164 msteiner@trelligence.com 713-481-2549

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EXHIBITOR LISTING TREMCO COMMERCIAL SEALANTS & WATERPROOFING 2753 3735 Green Road Beachwood, OH 44122 216-292-5002

59 Power Road Westford, MA 01886 info@tripyramid.com 978-692-0555

www.tremcosealants.com

www.tripyramid.com

Tremco Commercial Sealants & Waterproofing is North America’s leading supplier of integrated building envelope solutions for the commercial construction industry. Product lines include highperformance sealants, below-grade waterproofing systems, air barrier systems, engineered transition assemblies, deck coatings, firestopping solutions and the industry’s only comprehensive line of glazing systems.

TriPyramid collaborates with architects and engineers to develop and then manufacture custom hardware for many applications, including glass walls, stairs and sculptures. Another specialty is precision fabrication of heavy steel and stainless steel structural members to tolerances far tighter than normal AESS. TriPyramid also has a complete line of tension rods and cables in diameters from 1/8 inch to 4 inches and in different materials including steel, galvanized steel, and three grades of stainless steel.

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TREMCO ROOFING AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE 2753 3735 Green Road Beachwood, OH 44122 krotsky@tremcoinc.com 216-292-5000 www.tremcoroofing.com

Tremco Roofing and Building Maintenance offers integrated solutions to effectively retrofit building envelopes (roofs, walls, windows and doors) for lower energy consumption, limited environmental impact and the lowest life-cycle costs. Starting with an assessment to define goals and identify opportunities for facility enhancements and upgrade, our turnkey solutions include such capabilities as photovoltaic and daylighting systems, air barriers, and vegetated and cool roofing systems.

TRESPA NORTH AMERICA 1245 12267 Crosthwaite Cir. Poway, CA 92064 d.byrne@trespa.com 858-679-2090 www.trespa.com

New facades for an evolving word reflecting on society and our surroundings, Trespa draws its ideas from inspiring areas such as art, design, fashion and nature to create diverse, exciting and enduring architectural designs. Trespa is a leading innovator in the development, manufacture and supply of high performance, high quality panels for exterior cladding and decorative facades. As the world evolves, so too do our innovative and imaginative solutions.

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TRIPYRAMID STRUCTURES, INC. 828

TUBELITE INC. 2228 3056 Walker Ridge Dr. NW Suite G Walker, MI 49544 wlutzke@tubeliteinc.com 616-808-2549

UNIFLEX FLUID APPLIED ROOFING SYSTEMS 2465 101 Prospect Ave. NW Cleveland, OH 44115 chris.a.delacruz@sherwin.com 216-566-3818 www.uniflexroof.com

UNIFLEX® is the premier brand of fluid applied roof coating systems which are designed to protect the original roof systems of commercial properties and help extend the life cycle of the building. We offer a variety of roof coating systems for weathered single ply membranes, modified bitumen, smooth built-up, polyurethane foam, concrete and metal roofs that reduce surface temperatures resulting in lower interior building temperatures, decreased cooling costs and increased energy savings.

UNI-SYSTEMS, LLC 1263 4600 Lake Road Minneapolis, MN 55422 pfervoy@uni-systems.com 763-536-1407

www.tubeliteinc.com

www.uni-systems.com

Tubelite Inc. manufactures and distributes tested architectural aluminum entrances, storefronts, curtainwalls, and operable windows in the USA. Entrances for retail, educational, and institutional applications have a variety of sizes and hardware options. Storefronts for 1/ 4-inch or 1-inch insulated glass, also offer a selection of thermally improved profiles. Pressure bar curtainwall systems, and operable windows. Anodized colors are earth tones ranging from Clear and Champagne to Black. Twenty standard painted colors are offered in 70% Kynar composition for up to 10-year guarantee

For forty years Uni-Systems has engineered structures that move. From movable gates to airline hangar doors and wide-body aircraft docking equipment, retractable roofs and movable walls, UniSystems designs mechanization systems that permit large structures to move. Full-service management differentiates Uni-Systems from the competition, earning the company’s internationally recognized reputation as a world-class leader in motion technology by completing over 120 projects over the last 40 years.

U.S. ARCHITECTURAL/ SUN VALLEY LIGHTING 2353 660 West Avenue O Palmdale, CA 93551 kerrye@usaltg.com 661-233-2000

UNITED PLASTICS CORP. 3362 511 Hay Street Mount Airy, NC 27030 avining@unitedplasticscorp.com 336-786-2127 www.unitedplasticscorp.com


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UNITED SOLAR OVONIC 3937 3800 Lapeer Rd. Auburn Hills, MI 48326 rroche@uni-solar.com 203-249-4016 800-528-0617 www.uni-solar.com

United Solar (UNI-SOLAR) is a leading producer of building-integrated and rooftop photovoltaics (PV). Its lightweight, flexible, thin-film PV products offer diverse building integration opportunities while providing owners with high energy output.

UNITRONICS AUTOMATED PARKING SOLUTIONS 3613 2 Executive Drive Fort Lee, NJ 07024 yair.goldberg@unitronics.com 201-592-1444

chemical resistance. With near-zero VOCs, UVolve® meets requirements for green buildings, the United States EPA, and other regulatory institutions, along with contributing to LEED certification.

VALMONT INDUSTRIES 3106 7002 North 288th Street Valley, NE 68064 kld2@valmont.com 402-359-2201 www.valmontstructures.com

VALSPAR 629 1919 S. Shiloh Rd. Suite 230 Garland, TX 75042 ariazi@valspar.com 972-485-7128 www.paintandcolor.com

www.unitronics.com

USGREENTECH 440

VAPROSHIELD LLC 1435

VECTORWORKS 3601 Nemetschek Vectorworks, Inc. 7150 Riverwood Drive Columbia, MD 21046 jmcintyre@vectorworks.net 410-290-5114-725 www.vectorworks.net

Vectorworks Architect is an elegant architectural CAD software that offers BIM capabilities in a flexible, hybrid-design environment. With its superior 2D and 3D functionality, you’ll enjoy an easeof-use not found in competing products. Vectorworks Architect’s approach to BIM lets you improve your existing design process instead of replacing it—making it easier for many firms to adopt a BIM workflow.

VELUX AMERICA INC. 2243 104 Ben Casey Drive Fort Mill, SC 29708 billy.lipari@velux.com 803-396-5726

3607 Church Street Cincinnati, OH 45244 info@usgreentech.com 513-371-5520

915 26th Ave. NW, Suite C5 Gig Harbor, WA 98335 daveh@vaproshield.com 253-851-8200 866-731-7663

www.usgreentech.com

www.vaproshield.com

USGreentech provides high-performance and environmentally friendly solutions to the synthetic turf industry. Using USGreentech’s infill, Envirofill, and shock attentuation pad, AlveoSport, artificial fields reach the highest levels in performance. Athletes playing on fields installed with USGreentech solutions run faster, stay cooler and play harder. It’s not just part of the turf. It’s part of the game.™

VaproShield markets and distributes affordable, innovative products that reflect state-of-the-art building envelope science.

VELUX is one of the strongest brands in the global building materials sector. VELUX America markets skylights and roof windows plus a complete line of blinds, shades, and other accessories for those products. The company also markets solar water heating systems. All VELUX product groups are ENERGY STAR® certified.

VETROTECH SAINT-GOBAIN 3153

VERSATEX TRIMBOARDS 1421

UVOLVE® INSTANT FLOOR COATINGS 466 1122 St. Charles St. Elgin, IL 60120 heather.natal@dsm.com 847-697-0400 www.uvolvecoatings.com

UVolve® Instant Floor Coatings help today’s businesses maximize efficiency and responsibility with a concrete floor coating solution that delivers fast return to service and is friendly to both people and the environment. Floors coated with UVolve® are extremely durable and provide excellent

2108 B Street NW, Suite #110 Auburn, WA 98001 vetrotect.sales@saint-gobain.com 253-333-0660 888-803-9533 www.vetrotechusa.com

Vetrotech, a member of the Saint-Gobain family of companies, is a pioneer in firerated glazing products providing from 20 minutes to 3 hours of fire protection. For nearly 350 years, Saint-Gobain, the world’s largest building products manufacturer, has offered solutions to architects. Vetrotech Saint-Gobain is proven in providing complete fire-rated systems including narrow profile steel frames to all glass doors and walls, fire-rated glass floors, fire- and hurricane-impact-resistant glass, framing and doors. Vetrotech is perfectly clear fire protection for your next project.

www.veluxusa.com

400 Steel Street Aliquippa, PA 15001 pcorn@versatex.com 724-857-1111 www.versatex.com

Versatex is a free-foam cellular PVC trimboard that cuts, routs and fastens just like wood. VERSATEX is available in all common trim board sizes, 4-foot-wide sheets in five thicknesses, 4-inch and 6-inch T & G profiles, solid and vented soffit, beaded sheet, VersaWrap, our one piece column wrap and Stealth Trim System.

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EXHIBITOR LISTING VERVE LIVING SYSTEMS 2426 140 Business Park Dr. Winston Salem, NC 27107 verve@vervelivingsystems.com 336-776-5644 www.vervelivingsystems.com

Verve Living Systems provides simple and affordable wireless control of lighting, temperature, and energy usage that can be combined to provide energy saving solutions in residential and lodging spaces.

VICWEST 3623 7708 80th St. Delta, BC V4G 1C1 Canada amercier@vicwest.com 604-952-3879

AIA EXPO2011

www.vicwest.com

Vicwest is one of North America’s leading manufacturers and distributors of exterior building products, including metal roofing, siding, decking, insulated metal panels and architectural panels. Founded in 1905, Vicwest offers a wide and trusted range of products for the residential, industrial, commercial, institutional and agricultural construction markets.

VINTAGE VIEW WINE RACKS 2500 10645 East 47th Ave. Denver, CO 80239 michael@winemastercellars.com 866-650-1500 www.vintageview.com

Offering vintageview wine storage system. Our flexible designs create stunning visual displays, incorporating a modern and forward thinking aesthetic coupled with the benefits of prompt wine label recognition.

VIRACON 2102 800 Park Drive Owatonna, MN 55060 glass@viracon.com 507-451-9555 800-533-2080 www.viracon.com

Viracon offers the most complete range of high-performance architectural glass products available worldwide. We not only fabricate glass, we also deliver design, aesthetic, budget and performance

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solutions for projects big and small. Our complete product line includes insulating, laminated, silk-screened, spandrel, hurricane-resistant, acoustical, blastmitigating and high-performance coated glass. Viracon is based in Owatonna, Minnesota, and has facilities in Statesboro, Georgia, St. George, Utah and Nazar Paulista, Brazil.

VISTA PROFESSIONAL OUTDOOR LIGHTING 2530 1625 Surveyor Ave. Simi Valley, CA 93063 rebeccad@vistapro.com 800-766-8478

architecture firms and state-of-the-art developments worldwide. Comprised of architects, animators and threedimensional artists, VStudios assists A/E/C firms by creating the highest quality 3D visuals through our artistic sensitivity and passion for design, delivered with the most reliable and responsive service.

W&W GLASS, LLC/PILKINGTON PLANAR STRUCTURAL GLASS 2729 302 Airport Executive Park Nanuet, NY 10954 jeffh@wwglass.com 845-425-4000 www.wwglass.com

www.vistapro.com

VIVA RAILINGS, LLC 3234 650 East S.H. 121 Business Ste. 204 Lewisville, TX 75057 ht@vivarailings.com 972-353-8482 www.vivarailings.com

VMZINC 253 3120 Highwoods Boulevard, Suite 104 Raleigh, NC 27604 chandra.hester@am.umicore.com 919-874-7173 www.vmzinc-us.com

VMZINC® is architectural zinc manufactured in a wide range of roof and wall panels for both exterior and interior applications, with an exclusive aspect line of QUARTZ-ZINC®, ANTHRA-ZINC®, and PIGMENTO® colors. VMZINC® also offers rainwater goods and decorative ornaments. VMZINC is a zinc-copper-titanium alloy that is self-healing and has been used for roofs and facades for almost 200 years.

VSTUDIOS 3D 1064 P.O. Box 25098 Los Angeles, CA 90025 chaundra.kum@vstudios3d.com 424-259-2586 www.vstudios3d.com

VSTUDIOS 3D is a well-known visualization firm with over 8 years of experience, producing photorealistic renderings and animations for high-profile international

W.P. HICKMAN CO. 3934 9 Hickman Drive Asheville, NC 28803 lisa@wph.com 828-274-4000 800-892-9173 www.wph.com

The W. P. Hickman Company is a leading manufacturer of perimeter edge metal for commercial roof applications. With more than 60 years of experience, Hickman provides a full line of edging products that offer superior protection and warranty coverage.

W.R. MEADOWS, INC. 2458 P.O. Box 338 Hampshire, IL 60140 dduewel@wrmeadows.com 847-214-2100 800-342-5976 www.wrmeadows.com

W. R. MEADOWS, INC. manufactures high quality products and systems for today’s construction professionals. Products are sold through our authorized distribution network. Multiple branch locations exist throughout North America, and our products are available in overseas markets as well. Products cover every facet of the construction industry—from protecting and sealing concrete, expansion joints, and concrete restoration, to blocking the ingress of moisture through the building envelope.


W.S. TYLER 3953

WALPOLE WOODWORKERS 3422

8570 Tyler Blvd Mentor, OH 44060 wdecapite@wstyler.com 440-974-1047

767 E. St., Rt. 27 Walpole, MA 02081 mary.gaffey@walpolewood.net 508-668-2800

WAGNER ELECTRONICS 3134

WATSON BOWMAN ACME 2663

326 Pine Grove Road Rogue River, OR 97537 sales@wagnermeters.com 541-582-0541

95 Pineview Dr. Amherst, NY 14228 daniel.r.roth@basf.com 716-691-7566

www.rapidrh.com

www.wbacorp.com

Revolutionizing concrete moisture testing to prevent costly finished flooring failures and project delays. Wagner Electronics has utilized its 45 years of experience as the world leader in moisture measurement technology to develop the technologically advanced Rapid RH 4.0. The Rapid RH 4.0 is an easy to install, fast, accurate moisture test for concrete. Meets ASTM F2170 requirements. Ask us about our justreleased Rapid RH® 4.0 test.

As an ISO 9001:2008, RC 14001:2008 and AISC certified company, Watson Bowman Acme is committed to providing the same high energy and passion for excellence that made us a world leader by focusing on quality services and products. Our ability to create custom solutions for our customers is one of the keystones to our success. WBA’s focus is to use our expertise in the design and manufacture of expansion control systems to produce products that perform in your architectural structure.

WALKER GLASS CO. LTD. 1716 9551 Ray-Lawson Blvd. Montreal, QC H1J 1L5 Canada danik@walkerglass.com 514-352-3030 www.walkerglass.com

WALLS & CEILINGS 2862 2401 W. Big Beaver Rd. Suite 700 Troy, MI 48084 tuttlea@bnpmedia.com 517-589-8617 www.wconline.com

Walls & Ceilings has been the industry’s leading publication for more than 70 years. With a highly professional, dedicated editorial staff and expert columnists who are recognized industry leaders, we are proud of our commitment to being “The Voice of the Industry since 1938.”

WATT STOPPER 2517 2800 De La Cruz Blvd. Santa Clara, CA 95050 marketing@wattstopper.com 408-988-5331 800-879-8585

WattStopper manufactures a wide range of energy efficient lighting controls for commercial and residential use. The company helps customers find convenient ways to save energy, meet green initiatives, and comply with energy codes with a comprehensive range of products, programs, and services. Products include occupancy sensors, daylighting controls, lighting control panels, and residential sensors and controls.

WAUSAU TILE INC. 1901 P.O. Box 1520 Wausau, WI 54402-1520

wtile@wausautile.com 715-359-3121 www.wausautile.com

WAUSAU WINDOW & WALL SYSTEMS 2224 7800 International Drive Wausau, WI 54401 lmay@wausauwindow.com 715-845-2161 www.wausauwindow.com

Wausau Window and Wall Systems works with architects to realize their vision for beauty, sustainability and lasting value. Drawing from 55 years of experience, Wausau supports green building and design goals. It has contributed to dozens of LEED-certified projects and hundreds of energy-efficient, commercial and institutional applications. It also provides: Educational presentations (AIA/CES), Pre-bid design engineering assistance, 24/7 access to product details and specifications.

WESTERN RED CEDAR LUMBER ASSOCIATION 3245 #1501-700 W. Pender Street Vancouver, BC V6C 1G8 Canada wrcla@wrcla.org 604-891-1234 866-778-9096 www.realcedar.org

Western Red Cedar has unique, natural performance characteristics and exceptional beauty that bring warmth, character and longevity to a wide variety of exterior and interior projects. The Western Red Cedar Lumber Association is your point of contact for assistance in selecting, specifying and purchasing Western Red Cedar on your next project. Assure yourself of quality, reliability and consistency, specify “Real Cedar” from WRCLA members.

WILEY 3523 111 River Street Hoboken, NJ 07030 pmakras@wiley.com 201-748-6518 www.wiley.com/architecture

John Wiley & Sons, Inc. provides musthave content and services to architecture, design and construction customers worldwide. Whether you’re studying for a design career or looking for professional guidance or design inspiration, Wiley offers books, online products and services

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EXHIBITOR LISTING for students, professionals and lifelong learners. Visit WileyCPE.com for all your continuing education needs.

WOOD DESIGN & BUILDING/ CANADIAN WOOD COUNCIL (CWC) 3141

WILLIAMS BROS. CORPORATION OF AMERICA 223

99 Bank St. Suite 400 Ottawa, ON K1P 6B9 Canada ntarini@cwc.ca 613-747-5544-225

1330 Progress Dr. Front Royal, VA 22630 eric@wbdoors.com 540-636-4444 www.wbdoors.com

WINANDY GREENHOUSE 2438 2211 Peacock Rd. Richmond, IN 47374 info@winandygreenhouse.com 765-935-2111

www.cwc.ca

Branching Out CWC is the national association representing manufacturers of Canadian structural wood products used in construction. Acting as the bridge between the wood building product manufacturers and the building community, the CWC works with its member partners to increase the use of wood in construction. Through guidelines design, tools and education, the CWC promotes wood as the sustainable building material of choice for residential and non-residential construction.

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www.winandygreenhouse.com

You create the concept specification and Winandy Greenhouse Company, Inc. provides the design input, specification wording, or any desired combination to facilitate an operational greenhouse or conservatory structure when the job is done. Winandy works from concept specifications, design, design/build, or retrofit requirements, to handle your individual project and provides direct interaction with architects creating the design that not only meets but often exceeds your client’s needs. We look forward to working with you on your next project.

WOOD PRODUCTS SHOWCASE 3141, 3245 1200-1130 West Pender Street Vancouver, BC V6E 4A4 Canada jennifer.raworth@bcfii.ca 604-601-5311

WOODFOLD MANUFACTURING, INC. 3116 P.O. Box 346 Forest Grove, OR 97116 info@woodfold.com 503-357-7181 www.woodfold.com

WIRE BY DESIGN 3325 10 Abraso St. Lancaster, PA 17601 gpfarrell@wirebydesignco.com 800-773-5700 www.wirebydesignco.com

Wire By Design is a domestic producer of architectural wire mesh systems for interior and exterior new building and renovation projects. From system selection through factory engineer supervised installations, Wire By Design makes implementing an architectural mesh system simple. And by focusing on being the top choice in value, this amazing product is more affordable than you might expect.

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Woodfold manufactures custom-sized products to divide commercial, residential, and institutional spaces. Popular for sight, sound, and environment applications in hospitals, schools, churches, assisted living, public housing, university, retail, recreational vehicle, and modular buildings. Featuring accordion folding doors, hardwood roll-up doors, hardwood interior shutters, The Bookcase Door System, and specialty hardwoods products. SFI and FSC woods available. Made in Oregon since 1957.

WOODTONE 3245 8007 Aitken Rd. Chilliwack, BC V2R 4H5 Canada mike@woodtone.com 604-792-3680 800-663-9844 www.woodtone.com

Woodtone is the premier value-add wood manufacturer, our specialty lies in high-grade, factory-coated exterior wood products. From siding and trim to columns, Woodtone produces high quality products. Woodtone products compliment to projects with wood, brick, vinyl, fiber cement and engineered wood. Woodtone also specializes in pre-finishing and custom coating for your specific project resulting in savings for your company.

WOODWORKS 3141 2927 N. Lincoln Ave. Chicago, IL 60657 duane@woodworks.org 630-222-9658 www.woodworks.org

For non-residential construction, WoodWorks provides free resources that can help you design and build nonresidential and multi-family structures out of wood more easily and at less cost. An initiative of the Wood Products Council, WoodWorks is a cooperative venture of major wood associations, research organizations, and government agencies. Visit www.woodworks.org to earn AIA/CES LUs without leaving your desk, or to access one-on-one technical support, educational events, and more.

WOOSTER PRODUCTS, INC. 1160 1000 Spruce St. Wooster, OH 44691 sales@wooster-products.com 800-321-4936 www.wooster-products.com

Wooster Products is a manufacturer of a complete line of safety walk way products. We manufacture safety stair treads, non-slip safety tapes, and anti-slip safety coatings.


WORLD DRYER CORP. 1164

XL INSURANCE 436

YORK BRIDGE CONCEPTS 124

5700 McDermott Drive Berkeley, IL 60163 chuang@worlddryer.com 708-449-6950

505 Eagleview Blvd. Exton, PA 19341 albert.rabasca@xlgroup.com 973-727-9710

www.worlddryer.com

www.xldp.com

2420 Brunello Trace Lutz, FL 33558 jstiller@ybc.com 813-482-0613 800-226-4178 www.ybc.com

WORLDVIZ 3712

XSPLATFORMS 1609

27 W. Anapamu St. 101-121 Santa Barbara, CA 93101 bell@worldviz.com 805-966-0786

Gorinchem, ZH 4206 CK Netherlands annemarieprenger@xsplatforms.com 0031183569111

www.architecture-interactive.com

XSPlatforms develops pioneering solutions for working safely and efficiently at height—from designing and manufacturing, right through to assembly, inspection and managing systems for facade access. From its branches in Western Europe, Asia, the Middle East and North America, XSPlatforms also provides training for users, risk inventories and worldwide consultancy services. Our portfolio includes: fall protection, façade access equipment, suspended platform systems, scaffolding systems.

WorldViz’ Architecture Interactive solutions lets you walk through your 3D model, literally. Experience your architectural designs in full scale and experience a stunning sense of your space in 3D. WorldViz provides a complete solution for creating, visualizing, and experiencing the designs you sell to your client even before construction begins. Virtualize your design reviews and eliminate costly physical mock-ups. Incorporate interactive moveable components and conduct virtual use analyses.

WORSHIP FACILITIES MAGAZINE 2165 2610 Wycliff Road Suite 405 Raleigh, NC 27607 cpernell@pmipub.com 919-325-0120 www.worshipfacilities.com

WTG SYSTEMS 1541 2705 N. 35th St. Tampa, FL 33605 carrie@westtampaglass.com 813-247-5528 www.westtampaglass.com

WTG Systems are engineered to be pre-glazed and sealed in controlled shop environment to ensure superior “Water Tight Glazing”: WTG (ISO Certified Quality Control), Unitized Curtain Wall (HVHZ and NOA), Shelter Glazing (F4 Tornado and CAT5 Hurricane-ICC 500/250 MPH), High Spans (5-foot x 18-foot panels), LEED, Std 5-year Labor and System Warranty, BIM, and more.

www.xsplatforms.com

XYPEX CHEMICAL CORP 119 13731 Mayfield Place Richmond, BC V6V 2G9 Canada elizabeth.robbins@xypex.com 604-273-5265

York Bridge Concepts (YBC) is the nation’s largest on-site Timber Bridge builder and the industry leader in Timber Vehicular Bridge construction. York Bridge Concepts can meet any crossing need while constructing high-quality, expertly crafted timber bridges. Our timber bridges— whether they are vehicular, pedestrian, golf cart or boardwalk complexes—are at home in a variety of settings.

ZERO INTERNATIONAL, INC. 2122 415 Concord Avenue Bronx, NY 10455 jheid@zerointernational.com 513-779-0777 www.zerointernational.com

ZINCO USA 1663 233 Needham St. Newton, MA 02127 info@zinco-usa.com 617-470-1668 www.zinco-usa.com

www.xypex.com

For over 35 years, Xypex’s proprietary Crystalline Technology has set an international standard of excellence in concrete waterproofing and protection. Backed by a service network in more than 75 countries, Xypex’s diverse an reliable product line is available wherever and whenever needed.

YKK AP AMERICA 2811 7680 The Bluffs Suite 100 Austell, GA 30168 miketurner@ykk-api.com 678-838-6000 www.ykkap.com

ZURN INDUSTRIES, LLC. 1618 1801 Pittsburgh Ave. Erie, PA 16502 zurn-info@zurn.com 814-455-0921 877-875-1404 www.zurn.com

Zurn Engineered Water Solutions™ is a recognized market leader in the commercial, municipal, and industrial markets. Today, Zurn manufactures the largest breadth of engineered water solutions in the industry, including a wide-spectrum of sustainable plumbing products. Zurn delivers total building solutions for new construction and retrofit applications that will enhance any buildings environment.

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EXHIBITOR BY PRODUCT CATE ACCESS CONTROLS Acorn Wire and Iron Works

2805

Seaman Corporation

1835

Wire By Design

3325

Levolux Ltd

3025

659

Lightning Protection Institute

3536

Crestron Electronics

2321

Linetec

2230

ARCHITECTURAL MODELS

DoorKing Inc.

1428

Lorin Industries

2905

Bentley Systems

DORMA Group North America

3843

Mapes Industries

2226

Chief Buildings

3306

1463

2860

3617

Petersen Aluminum Corporation

2817

Cristacurva / Craftsman

Home Automation, Inc. (HAI)

3002

Protech Powder Coatings/Oxyplast

1827

PlanRacks.com

1264

Macton

2337

Tamlyn

3936

Kalwall Corporation

1638 2100

MAPA Products

966

Rigidized Metals Corporation

3729

Lasertech Floorplans

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics

239

Robinson Iron Corp.

3163

MICRODESK, INC.

Overhead Door Corporation

1821

SAF Perimeter Systems Division

2127

Pictometry Intelligent Images

961

3060

SlipNOT® Metal Safety Flooring

2220

Reed Construction Data

1119

TFC/Bestworth

3927

Stratasys, Inc.

1235

Tubelite Inc.

2228

VStudios 3D

1064

3934

SecureUSA, Inc. SIEDLE SOMMER USA

2417 3200

1163

Stanley Security Solutions, Inc.

526

W.P. Hickman Co.

Townsteel, Inc.

1731

THE WAGNER COMPANIES

2716

Wausau Window & Wall Systems

2224

ASSOCIATIONS/INSTITUTES/ AGENCIES/FOUNDATIONS

AIR DELIVERY SERVICES

Heritage Cast Iron USA

3260

AIA Contract Documents

DuctSox Corporation

XSPlatforms

1609

Aluminum Extruders Council

2361

American Arbitration Association

1241

Tate Access Floors

2109 429

APPLIANCES

American Concrete Institute

Danver/Summit

2961

American Galvanizers Association

Alcotex Inc.

1027

Humidifall

1563

AMICO - Alabama Metal Industries

3645

Kenyon International, Inc.

2610

American Institute of Steel Construction

Architectural Grilles & Sunshades, Inc.

1860

Protech Powder Coatings/Oxyplast

1827

American Society of Professional Estimators

Town & Country Luxury Fireplaces

959

ARCOM/MasterSpec

ATAS International, Inc.

3737

Carfaro Railing, Inc.

2434

Contact Industries

2660

ALUMINUM

Dri-Design

1653

Eastern Metal Supply

2009

Fabral, Inc.

3629

Feeney Inc.

3524

FSB GIESSE

192

2153

ASSA ABLOY

Hafele America Co.

AIA EXPO2011

Knight Wall Systems

564 2611

Gordon, Inc.

1928

GS Window Systems

2238

BrightShelf

2327

Hollaender Manufacturing Co.

3436

Insulgard Security Products

2612

Jerith Manufacturing Co., Inc.

130

KLEIN USA Inc.

1143

ARCHITECTURAL FABRICS AmaZulu, Inc.

1764

AMICO - Alabama Metal Industries

3645

Bellcomb Technologies, Inc.

3758

Cambridge Architectural

1735

Cooley Building Products

1820

FabriTec Structures

325

GKD-USA, Inc.

643

Hunter Douglas Contract

1641

Image Transform, Ltd.

445

1610 3635 729 2020 835

Asphalt Pavement Alliance

2704

AWI Quality Certification Corporation

1565

BICSI

2562

Wood Design & Building/Canadian Wood Council (CWC)

3141

Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau

3141

CSA SFM User Group

3141

Design-Build Institute of America

367

FCSI The Americas Division

964

Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC)

3141

2761

InPro Corporation

1853

Wood Products Showcase

Konrad Hornschuch AG

1963

2061

Lutron Electronics

2253

GREENGUARD Environmental Institute International Association of Lighting Designers

2526

Novum Structures LLC

540

Polyguard Products, Inc.

435

International Door Closers, Inc.

3141

2101


GORY Lightning Protection Institute

3536

Maple Flooring Manufacturers Assn.

1260

Metal Construction Association

3735

NCMA

1319

National Council of Acoustical Consultants

430

GlassBuild America/Glass Magazine National Organization of Minority Architects Naval Facilities Engineering Command

Ketcham Medicine Cabinets div of Fred Silver & Co.

1864

Ponte Giulio USA, Corporation

2016

Quickflash Products

2707

Rocky Mountain Hardware

765

Runtal North America, Inc.

1917

1540

Schluter Systems L.P.

558

267

Zurn Industries, LLC

1618

3807

BUILDING ENVELOPE

Insulation Solutions, Inc.

2202

Kalwall Corporation

1638

Kingspan Insulated Panels KME

927 3120

Knight Wall Systems

2153

K-tect Sustainable Building Systems

3239

Levolux Ltd

3025

Lightning Protection Institute

3536

Linetec

2230

3563

LOGIX Insulated Concrete Forms, Ltd.

3011

NCARB

3029

Acme Brick Company

Society for Design Administration

2502

Fox Blocks

2806

Major Industries, Inc.

American Hydrotech, Inc.

2339

Metl-Span

2916

Mortar Net USA

2234

Raised Floor Living Tilt-Up Concrete Association Marmomacc Western Red Cedar Lumber Association WoodWorks

3217 3201

Amvic Building System

245

3553

Andersen Windows, Inc.

1953

3245

ASSA ABLOY ATAS International, Inc.

3141

AUDIO/VIDEO/TELEPHONE Brookview Technologies, Inc. Crestron Electronics Doug Mockett & Company, Inc. Draper, Inc. Home Automation, Inc. (HAI)

1440 2321 453 1823 3002

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics

239

National Purchasing Partners

3329

659 3737

NCMA

2535

1319

NCFI Polyurethanes

2711

Novum Structures LLC

540 233

Atlas Roofing Corporation

2110

Parex USA, Inc.

TEXOCLAD

2301

Pella Corporation

Battic Door Attic Access Hatch R-42

1439

Pilkington North America, Inc.

Bentley Systems

3617

Polygal

Berridge Manufacturing

3541

Polyguard Products, Inc.

Bonded Logic, Inc.

530

PorterSips, Poligon, Parasol, by PorterCorp

PLEOTINT LLC

743 2943 1441 3535 435 2635

Boston Valley Terra Cotta

3823

Cambridge Architectural

1735

PPG IdeaScapes

1635

1153

Hydro-Stop/United Coatings

2227 2707

CENTRIA Chief Buildings

3306

Quickflash Products

CETCO

3223

Reward Wall Systems, Inc.

1626

Crittall Windows LTD

2001

Rigidized Metals Corporation

3729

DORMA Group North America

3843

Sage Electrochromics

3622

Dri-Design

1653

Schock Bauteile GMBH

Dryvit Systems, Inc.

2753

Shakertown 1992 Inc.

2262

Duo-Gard Industries Inc.

1927

2505

1628

EPIC Metals Corp.

1916

Solutia’s Performance Films Division

1665

3617

2611

Stego Industries

Bentley Systems

GIESSE

2145

Bobrick Washroom Equipment, Inc.

1135

GKD-USA, Inc.

Sto Corp.

1723

1353

Gordon, Inc.

Stuart Dean Co., Inc.

Bradley Corporation

Quiktron SIEDLE The Sky Factory

238 2417 2630

BATH PRODUCTS/SERVICES/ PLUMBING ACO Polymer Products, Inc. ASI Group

Doug Mockett & Company, Inc.

545

453

GS Window Systems

643 1928 2238

elements by Durcon

2962

Guardian Industries Corp.

2235

Excel Dryer Inc.

2330

Henry Company

2501

Global Partitions Inc. Hansgrohe, Inc. Subway Ceramics

1535

Huber Engineered Woods

464

Hunter Douglas Contract

3363

Icynene Inc.

438 1641 2700

Stuc-O-Flex International, Inc.

2111

444

Sulfurcell Solartechnik

2901

Avenere Cladding – Swirnow

3452

Tilt-Up Concrete Association

3201

Tremco Commercial Sealants & Waterproofing

2753

Trespa North America

1245

193


EXHIBITOR BY PRODUCT CATEGORY Containment Solutions, Inc.

1336

Leatherneck Hardware, Inc.

2564

253

Cooley Building Products

1820

Levolux Ltd

3025

1435

Cordrays Mill Lumber Co.

365

Lightning Protection Institute

3536

Vicwest

3623

Cristacurva / Craftsman

Linetec

2230

W.P. Hickman Co.

3934

Crestron Electronics

2321

3717

CSA SFM User Group

3141

Dimplex North America Limited

863

Tubelite Inc. VMZINC VaproShield LLC

GRACE CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS

2228

W.R. Meadows, Inc.

2458

Watson Bowman Acme

2663

Wausau Window & Wall Systems

2224

Wire By Design

3325

BUILDING PRODUCTS Abatron, Inc. ACO Polymer Products, Inc. AEP Span

529 2806

Alcotex Inc.

1027

AMICO - Alabama Metal Industries Amvic Building System

AIA EXPO2011

545

Fox Blocks

AmaZulu, Inc.

1764 3645 245

3843

Dri-Design

1653

Dryvit Systems, Inc.

2753

UVolve® Instant Floor Coatings

466

DuctSox Corporation

2109

elements by Durcon

2962

Electro-Mech Scoreboard Co. ELMES INC

534 1924

Enviroshake Inc.

1761

EPIC Metals Corp.

1916

Fabral, Inc. Fabreeka International Inc. FabriTec Structures Feeney Inc.

3629 2405 325 3524

Architectural Area Lighting

1053

Flex-Ability Concepts

634

Architectural Grilles & Sunshades, Inc.

1860

Wood Products Showcase

3141

Architectural Mall, Inc.

829

ATAS International, Inc.

3737

Atlas Roofing Corporation

2110

BARTELS DOORS

559

FSB

564

GAF Materials Corporation

2723

Gordon, Inc.

1928

GRK Fasteners

3161

Hager Companies

1035

Hayn Enterprises

343

3758

Hendrick Architectural Products

553

Bendheim Wall Systems

1806

Henry Company

Berridge Manufacturing

3541

Homasote Co.

3945

Hoover Treated Wood Products, Inc.

3423

Battic Door Attic Access Hatch R-42

1439

Bellcomb Technologies, Inc.

Bois Chamois Antiqued Hardwood Flooring

3428

Horizon Italian Tile/ KERLITE thin porcelain

2501

437

LOGIX Insulated Concrete Forms, Ltd. Lyon Workspace Products LyondellBasell

3011 2363 1139

MacLean Power Systems

3426

Major Industries, Inc.

2535

MAPA Products

966

MAPEI Corporation

439

Mapes Industries

2226

Marlite

2537

Kraftmaid/Merillat/Denova

3317

Moreland Company USA Mortar Net USA

128 2234

NCMA

1319

NCFI Polyurethanes

2711

NCI Building Components

3529

Newlook International Inc.

3000

Noble Company

3456

Nordic Engineered Wood

2963

O’Hagin’s, Inc.

1925

Panelfold Inc.

3725

Parex USA, Inc. Pella Corporation Petersen Aluminum Corporation

233 743 2817

Pilkington North America, Inc.

2943

Polygal

3535

Polyguard Products, Inc. Ponte Giulio USA, Corporation

435 2016

PPG IdeaScapes

1635

Tamlyn

3936

Reef Industries, Inc.

2135

Bonded Lightning Protection Systems, Ltd.

1363

Reward Wall Systems, Inc.

1626

Bonded Logic, Inc.

530

Hufcor Inc.

3100

Ron Blank & Associates, Inc.

1029

536

Icynene Inc.

2700

RoyOMartin

IMAGINiT Technologies

3706

Runtal North America, Inc.

1917

Rytec High Performance Doors

1728

Bostik, Inc. Boston Valley Terra Cotta Wood Design & Building/ Canadian Wood Council (CWC) Flex Trim by Carter Millwork

Huber Engineered Woods

3823 3141 1062

Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau

3141

CENTRIA

1153

Chief Buildings

3306

Durabrac Architectural Components

2561

Cold Spring Granite Company

3122

CETCO

3223

Colonial Craft

465

Construction Specialties, Inc.

1427

Contact Industries

194

3128

DORMA Group North America

2860

2660

InPro Corporation Insulation Solutions, Inc.

438

1853 2202

SAF Perimeter Systems Division

134

2127

Insulgard Security Products

2612

Sage Electrochromics

PlanRacks.com

1264

CertainTeed Saint-Gobain Vetrotech

3153

Schluter Systems L.P.

558

Jerith Manufacturing Co., Inc.

130

Kalwall Corporation

1638

Keymer Tiles Ltd.

3023

Kingspan Insulated Panels

927

KLEIN USA Inc.

1143

KME Kwik-Wall Scofield

3120 3335 3136

Schock Bauteile GMBH Sensitile Systems SFS intec, Inc. Shakertown 1992 Inc. Simpson Strong-Tie SJS Components LLC

3622

2111 2623 962 2262 934 2804


For complete convention information, visit www.aia.org/convention SKYFOLD/LAMCEL

3228

Amvic Building System

SlipNOT® Metal Safety Flooring

2220

Bellcomb Technologies, Inc.

Smart Vent Inc.

3723

Bentley Systems

3617

Smoke Guard, Inc.

3123

Bonded Lightning Protection Systems, Ltd.

1363

Soil Retention

3935

Solar Innovations, Inc.

2305

SOMMER USA

3200

Sonoco

1529

South Atlantic Galvanized Products

3104

Raised Floor Living Spraylat Powder Coatings Stego Industries Stepstone, Inc. Stuc-O-Flex International, Inc. Sulfurcell Solartechnik Atlantis Rail Systems Avenere Cladding – Swirnow Tate Access Floors Tectum Inc. Tepromark International Inc.

3217 2208 1665 541 444 2901 735 3452 429 3360 1810

The North Carolina Granite Corp.

3364

The Western Group

2222

Timely

2636

Tormax Technologies, Inc.

1922

TorZo Surfaces Town & Country Luxury Fireplaces

2904 959

Tremco Commercial Sealants & Waterproofing

2753

Trespa North America

1245

Open Joist VMZINC VaproShield LLC Vicwest W.P. Hickman Co. GRACE CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS

2807 253 1435 3623 3934 3717

XSPlatforms

1609

2321

Dri-Design

1653

CAULKS/COATINGS/SEALANTS

Dryvit Systems, Inc.

2753

3M

DuctSox Corporation

2109

Abatron, Inc.

3128 3734

Woodtone

3245

1916

Akzo Nobel Coatings Inc.

FabriTec Structures

325

Glidden Professional

1127

FCSI The Americas Division

964

Arkema, Inc.

736

Gordon, Inc. Home Automation, Inc. (HAI) Henry Company

1928 3002 2501

Bostik, Inc.

3223 3102

Huber Engineered Woods

438

Dex-O-Tex, Crossfield Products Corp.

Hunter Douglas Contract

1641

UVolve® Instant Floor Coatings

Icynene Inc.

2700

GAF Materials Corporation

IMAGINiT Technologies

3706

Garland Company, Inc.

Insulation Solutions, Inc.

2202

Henry Company

Insulgard Security Products Kalwall Corporation Kingspan Insulated Panels

2612

Kelly-Moore Paint Co., Inc.

1638

Madico Window Films

927

MAPEI Corporation

K-tect Sustainable Building Systems

3239

Newlook International Inc.

Levolux Ltd

3025

Parex USA, Inc

LOGIX Insulated Concrete Forms, Ltd.

3011

Pecora Corp. Polyguard Products, Inc.

233 1426 435

2363

Quickflash Products

2707

Mortar Net USA

2234

Tamlyn

3936

NCMA

1319

Sealoflex, Inc.

1961

NCI Building Components

3529

Sherwin-Williams

3743

Nordic Engineered Wood

2963

Tremco Commercial Sealants & Waterproofing

2753

W.R. Meadows, Inc.

2458

Woodtone

3245

Reward Wall Systems, Inc. RoyOMartin

CertainTeed Saint-Gobain Vetrotech Schock Bauteile GMBH

540 3535 435 1626

Xypex Chemical Corp

3153

CEILINGS/CEILING PRODUCTS Ameriform

2902

AMICO - Alabama Metal Industries

3645

2111

Architectural Mall, Inc.

829

3123

ATAS International, Inc.

3737 1439

3217 2145

Battic Door Attic Access Hatch R-42

Avenere Cladding – Swirnow

3452

Cambridge Architectural

3201

Contact Industries

Tilt-Up Concrete Association Open Joist VaproShield LLC

119

134 3622

Sto Corp.

2600

439 3000

Lyon Workspace Products

Raised Floor Living

All American Group Inc

2121 3205

1635

1609

1027

2501

PPG IdeaScapes

XSPlatforms

2806

2005

2253

Smoke Guard, Inc.

Alcotex Inc.

466 2723

Lutron Electronics

3141

Fox Blocks

536

CETCO

WoodWorks

BUILDING SYSTEMS

118

EPIC Metals Corp.

Sage Electrochromics 3116

2438

2860

Polyguard Products, Inc.

Woodfold Manufacturing, Inc.

2663

Winandy Green House Company Inc

Crestron Electronics

2663

1421

Watson Bowman Acme

Cristacurva / Craftsman

Watson Bowman Acme

Versatex Trimboards

2458

3141

Polygal

3245

W.R. Meadows, Inc.

WoodWorks

2458

Western Red Cedar Lumber Association

3717

3306

Novum Structures LLC

1601

GRACE CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS

Chief Buildings

W.R. Meadows, Inc.

Weiland Sliding Doors & Window

245 3758

1735 2660

2807

Cordrays Mill Lumber Co.

365

1435

Duo-Gard Industries Inc.

1927

195


EXHIBITOR BY PRODUCT CATEGORY EPIC Metals Corp.

1916

CONCRETE

Flex-Ability Concepts

634

Abatron, Inc.

GKD-USA, Inc.

643

Fox Blocks

Gordon, Inc.

Ameriform

Hunter Douglas Contract

1641

Amvic Building System

Interlam, Inc.

227

International Cellulose Corp

531

KLEIN USA Inc.

3338 1143

2806 1610 2902

IMAGINiT Technologies

3706

PlanRacks.com

1264

International Door Closers, Inc.

2101

Berkowitz

1727

Lasertech Floorplans

2100

245

MICRODESK, INC.

Bostik, Inc.

536

MKK Consulting Engineers, Inc.

UVolve® Instant Floor Coatings

466

GRK Fasteners

3161

National Council of Acoustical Consultants

Hanover Architectural Products

2229

1163 3302 430

Pro-Bel Group of Companies

259

PS Software Solutions LLC

3512

Robinson Iron Corp.

3163

Ron Blank & Associates, Inc.

1029

Marlite

2537

Holcim (US) Inc.

Polygal

3535

Independent Floor Testing & Inspection

2123

Scofield

3136

Schnackel Engineers, Inc.

LOGIX Insulated Concrete Forms, Ltd.

3011

SecureUSA, Inc.

3060

Skyline Ink Animation Studios

2563

MAPEI Corporation

439

Society for Design Administration

2502

Martin Fireproofing Corporation

3531

Mortar Net USA

2234

Quality Powder Coating, LLC Radius Track Corp. Rigidized Metals Corporation

2131 3135 3729

SAF Perimeter Systems Division

2127

CertainTeed Saint-Gobain Vetrotech

3153

Sensitile Systems Smoke Guard, Inc.

AIA EXPO2011

American Concrete Institute

553

Johnson Screens

2623 3123

The Sky Factory

2630

Wire By Design

3325

XSPlatforms

1609

NCMA Newlook International Inc. Pavestone / Tejas Polyguard Products, Inc. Reward Wall Systems, Inc. RoyOMartin

COMPUTER/HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE DESIGN

3507

1319 3000 1520 435

134

Sensitile Systems

2623

445

Smart Vent Inc.

3723

Filegenius

3513

Soil Retention

3935

ATG USA

963

South Atlantic Galvanized Products

3104

Stego Industries

1665

ARCOM/MasterSpec Shaderlight

3516 835 3606

Stepstone, Inc. Tectum Inc.

541 3360

Autodesk, Inc.

853

Tilt-Up Concrete Association

3201

Axium

3411

3717

Bentley Systems

3617

GRACE CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS

Bluebeam Software, Inc.

843

BQE Software Inc.

3417

Building Systems Design, Inc.

3309

Crestron Electronics

2321

GRAPHISOFT NORTH AMERICA

3401

IMAGINiT Technologies

3706

PlanRacks.com

1264

MICRODESK, INC. VectorWorks Pictometry Intelligent Images PS Software Solutions LLC Reed Construction Data

1163 3601 961 3512 1119

Simpson Strong-Tie

934

Submittal Exchange

3612

WorldViz

3712

Xypex Chemical Corp

119

CONSULTING SERVICES ARCOM/MasterSpec

835

ASSA ABLOY

659

BARTELS DOORS

559

Bentley Systems Building Systems Design, Inc. Construction Cost Systems Inc. Cristacurva / Craftsman

1707

Stuart Dean Co., Inc.

1723

The Davey Resource Group

1126

Uni-Systems, LLC

1263

VStudios 3D

1064

WoodWorks

3141

York Bridge Concepts

124

1626

AIA Contract Documents

Archittrek, LLC

196

1928

Hendrick Architectural Products

3128

3617 3309 3137 2860

Defense Holdings, Inc.

2519

DoorKing Inc.

1428

Duo-Gard Industries Inc.

1927

FCSI The Americas Division

964

CONTINUING EDUCATION Ecoglo Life Safety Products

459

AEC Daily

425

AIA Contract Documents

445

Glidden Professional

1127

Amvic Building System

245

Andersen Windows, Inc.

1953

Architectural Area Lighting

1053

ARCOM/MasterSpec

835

AS Hanging Systems

1817

ASSA ABLOY

659

ATAS International, Inc.

3737

Berridge Manufacturing

3541

Bonded Lightning Protection Systems, Ltd.

1363

Boston Architectural College

1523

Building Systems Design, Inc.

3309

Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau Contact Industries Matot, Inc. Dumbwaiters Design-Build Institute of America

3141 2660 734 367

DoorKing Inc

1428

Fabral, Inc

3629

FCSI The Americas Division

964 3141 3141

Gillespie Corp.

1809

Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC)

Gym Floor Inspectors LLC

3425

Wood Products Showcase


For complete convention information, visit www.aia.org/convention Hanley Wood LLC Hoover Treated Wood Products, Inc. Hunter Douglas Contract IMAGINiT Technologies Independent Floor Testing & Inspection

1941 3423 1641 3706 2123

Insulation Solutions, Inc.

2202

Kalwall Corporation

1638

Kingspan Insulated Panels Scofield Lapeyre Stair Lightning Protection Institute

927 3136 145 3536

Linetec

2230

Lorin Industries

2905

MICRODESK, INC.

1163

NCMA

1319

ASSA ABLOY AWI Quality Certification Corporation BARTELS DOORS

659 1565 559

Battic Door Attic Access Hatch R-42

1439

BILCO Company, The

2835

Construction Specialties, Inc.

1427 2660

Cristacurva / Craftsman

2860

Crittall Windows LTD

2001

Dahlstrom Roll Form

3637

Danver/Summit

2961

DORMA Group North America

3843

Eastern Metal Supply

2009 1924

General Glass International

1321

GIESSE

2611

GlassBuild America/ Glass Magazine

1540

NCARB

3029

GS Window Systems

2238

Noble Company

3456

Hearne Hardwoods, Inc.

2629

Panelfold Inc.

3725

InPro Corporation

1853

233

Insulgard Security Products

2612

743

Interlam, Inc.

Parex USA, Inc. Pella Corporation

227

Petersen Aluminum Corporation

2817

Intus Consulting

Ron Blank & Associates, Inc.

1029

Berkowitz

1727

SAFTI FIRST Fire Rated Glazing Solutions

1634

KLEIN USA Inc.

1143

Schluter Systems L.P. SecureUSA, Inc SIEDLE Smoke Guard, Inc.

558 3060 2417 3123

Raised Floor Living

3217

Stego Industries

1665

Submittal Exchange VMZINC Uni-Systems, LLC

3612 253

2960

Konrad Hornschuch AG

1963

Leatherneck Hardware, Inc.

2564

Marlite

2537

Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. Marvin Windows and Doors National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) Optimum Window Mfg. Corp. Overhead Door Corporation

341 1453 219

3617

Bonded Lightning Protection Systems, Ltd.

1363 3005

Cooper Lighting

2516

Cordeck

2120

Crestron Electronics

2321

Dimplex North America Limited

863

Doug Mockett & Company, Inc.

453

Electro-Mech Scoreboard Co

534

Home Automation, Inc. (HAI)

3002

PlanRacks.com

1264

Leviton Manufacturing Co, Inc.

2510

Lightning Protection Institute

3536

Lutron Electronics

2253

Manning Lighting

2317

MKK Consulting Engineers, Inc.

3302

Quickflash Products

2707

Quiktron

238

Runtal North America, Inc.

1917

Sage Electrochromics

3622

Uni-Systems, LLC

1263

Verve Living Systems

2426

Watt Stopper

2517

ELEVATOR/ESCALATOR Bellcomb Technologies, Inc.

3758

Cambridge Architectural

1735

Matot, Inc. Dumbwaiters

734 3637

2035

Gillespie Corp

1809

1821

Interlam, Inc.

227

Panelfold Inc.

VaproShield LLC

1435

Pella Corporation

743

Marmomacc

3553

Quality Powder Coating, LLC

2131

Wausau Window & Wall Systems

2224

Real Carriage Door Company

3004

Western Red Cedar Lumber Association

3245

Record-USA

2861

Rytec High Performance Doors

1728

SAFTI FIRST Fire Rated Glazing Solutions

1634

3141

1053

Bentley Systems

Dahlstrom Roll Form

1263

WoodWorks

Architectural Area Lighting

BRG Precision Products

Contact Industries

ELMES INC.

ELECTRICAL

3725

Ketcham Medicine Cabinets div of Fred Silver & Co Otis Elevator Pneumatic Vacuum Elevators Residential Elevators

1864 519 535 1826

Rigidized Metals Corporation

3729

Schindler Elevator

2209

Smoke Guard, Inc.

3123

Wire By Design

3325

CONVEYING SYSTEMS

Simpson Door Company

1436

Matot, Inc. Dumbwaiters

Smart Vent Inc.

3723

Solar Innovations, Inc.

2305

FENCING/RAILING/DECKING

Timely

2636

Acorn Wire and Iron Works

Tormax Technologies, Inc.

1922

AguaFina Gardens International

2105

Tubelite Inc.

2228

AmaZulu, Inc.

1764

Gillespie Corp Pneumatic Vacuum Elevators

734 1809 535

DOORS Andersen Windows, Inc.

1953

Architectural Mall, Inc.

829

Woodfold Manufacturing, Inc.

3116

Ameristar Fence Products AMICO - Alabama Metal Industries

2805

524 3645

197


EXHIBITOR BY PRODUCT CATEGORY Architectural Grilles & Sunshades, Inc.

1860

Architectural Mall, Inc.

829

Cambridge Architectural

1735

Wood Design & Building/Canadian Wood Council (CWC)

3141

Carfaro Railing, Inc.

2434

Durabrac Architectural Components

2561

Cordrays Mill Lumber Co. Eastern Metal Supply

2009

Feeney Inc.

3524

Wood Products Showcase

3141

GAF Materials Corporation

2723

GKD-USA, Inc. greenscreen GRK Fasteners

643 2028 3161

2753

elements by Durcon

2962

EPIC Metals Corp. Fabral, Inc. Gyford StandOff Systems Hendrick Architectural Products Homasote Co. Horizon Italian Tile/ KERLITE thin porcelain

1916 3629 1534 553 3945 437

Image Transform, Ltd.

2761

Independent Floor Testing & Inspection

2123

InPro Corporation PlanRacks.com Interlam, Inc.

SAFTI FIRST Fire Rated Glazing Solutions Specified Technologies, Inc. Tremco Commercial Sealants & Waterproofing GRACE CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS

Acme Brick Company

1853 1264

Ameriform

245

Hoover Treated Wood Products, Inc.

3423

Linetec

2230

Bois Chamois Antiqued Hardwood Flooring

Innoplast, Inc.

2160

Lorin Industries

2905

Pictometry Intelligent Images Protech Powder Coatings/Oxyplast Quality Powder Coating, LLC Robinson Iron Corp. Atlantis Rail Systems The Western Group TriPyramid Structures, Inc.

961

1260

Newlook International Inc.

3000

Panelfold Inc.

3725

545 2902

442

3136

Maple Flooring Manufacturers Assn

3563

Amvic Building System

1963

130

1618

FLOORING/FLOOR SYSTEMS

Scofield

3917

3717

3245

Zurn Industries, LLC.

Konrad Hornschuch AG

Kee Safety, Inc.

2753

2663

3436

343

138

Woodtone

ACO Polymer Products, Inc.

227

1634

Watson Bowman Acme

Hollaender Manufacturing Co.

Jerith Manufacturing Co., Inc.

3428

Bona US

1161

Bostik, Inc.

536

Colonial Craft

465

Construction Specialties, Inc.

1427

Cordeck

2120

1827

Parex USA, Inc.

233

2131

PPG IdeaScapes

1635

Protech Powder Coatings/Oxyplast

1827

Dex-O-Tex, Crossfield Products Corp.

3102

UVolve® Instant Floor Coatings

466

EPIC Metals Corp.

1916

3163 735

Quality Powder Coating, LLC

2131

2222

Rigidized Metals Corporation

3729

828

SAF Perimeter Systems Division

2127

Cordrays Mill Lumber Co.

Figueras

365

2311

Vicwest

3623

Spraylat Powder Coatings

Western Red Cedar Lumber Association

3245

Sto Corp.

2145

GKD-USA, Inc.

643

Stuart Dean Co., Inc.

1723

Heritage Cast Iron USA

3260

HAWA Bamboo Flooring Corp.

3118

444

Wire By Design

3325

Hearne Hardwoods, Inc.

Woodtone

3245

XSPlatforms

1609

FINISHES Glidden Professional AMICO - Alabama Metal Industries Arkema, Inc. AWI Quality Certification Corporation Berridge Manufacturing Bois Chamois Antiqued Hardwood Flooring Bona US

198

863

Dryvit Systems, Inc.

Appalachian Flooring Ltd.

Hayn Enterprises

AIA EXPO2011

365

Dimplex North America Limited

1127

Stuc-O-Flex International, Inc.

2208

1565 3541 3428 1161

Cambridge Architectural

1735

Cold Spring Granite Company

3122

Conrad Schmitt Studios, Inc.

3921

Contact Industries

2660

Dahlstrom Roll Form

3637

2005

2629

Avenere Cladding – Swirnow

3452

Hendrick Architectural Products

Tectum Inc.

3360

Subway Ceramics

3363

W.R. Meadows, Inc.

2458

Homasote Co.

3945

Vintage View Wine Racks

2500

Hoover Treated Wood Products, Inc.

3423

Wire By Design

3325 3245

Horizon Italian Tile/ KERLITE thin porcelain

437

Woodtone

Huber Engineered Woods

438

Independent Floor Testing & Inspection

2123

3645 736

Garland Company, Inc.

FIRE PROTECTION 3M

118

Ameriform

2902

BILCO Company, The

2835

Bonded Lightning Protection Systems, Ltd. General Glass International Hoover Treated Wood Products, Inc. Mapes Industries Pilkington North America, Inc.

1363 1321 3423 2226 2943

553

Johnson Screens

3338

K-tect Sustainable Building Systems

3239

Scofield

3136

MAPEI Corporation Maple Flooring Manufacturers Assn. MAXXON Corp. Moreland Company USA

439 1260 1128 128

Newlook International Inc.

3000

Noble Company

3456


For complete convention information, visit www.aia.org/convention Nordic Engineered Wood Parex USA, Inc. Rigidized Metals Corporation

2963 233 3729

Schluter Systems L.P.

558

Schock Bauteile GMBH

2111

Sensitile Systems

2623

Sherwin-Williams

3743

SlipNOT® Metal Safety Flooring

2220

Smith & Fong Plyboo

2116

Raised Floor Living

3217

Stego Industries

1665

Tate Access Floors

429

Tepromark International Inc.

1810

The North Carolina Granite Corp.

3364

TorZo Surfaces

2904

Open Joist

2807

USGreentech

440

Madico Window Films

3205

Berridge Manufacturing

3541

Major Industries, Inc.

2535

BEVOLO Gas & Electric Lights

2622

Mapes Industries

2226

BILCO Company, The

2835

GlassBuild America/ Glass Magazine

1540

BRAE Rainwater Technologies

2060

Novum Structures LLC

540

Pella Corporation

743

Pilkington North America, Inc. PLEOTINT LLC PPG IdeaScapes Rochester Insulated Glass

1441

Bonded Logic, Inc.

530

1635

Bostik, Inc.

2404

SAFTI FIRST Fire Rated Glazing Solutions

1634

Sage Electrochromics

3622

Sensitile Systems SKYFOLD/LAMCEL

3141

2623 3228

Chief Buildings

3306

Solar Innovations, Inc.

2305

CETCO

3223

2505

Colonial Craft

465

Construction Specialties, Inc.

1427

Soundproof Windows

2017

Wooster Products, Inc.

1160

Stuart Dean Co., Inc.

1723

Tecno Display Inc.

2407

Tubelite Inc.

2228

Acme Brick Company

3563

Viracon

2102

Architectural Grilles & Sunshades, Inc.

1860

Winandy Green House Company Inc.

2438

Wire By Design

3325

559

536

Brookview Technologies, Inc.

1440

Conrad Schmitt Studios, Inc.

3921

Cristacurva / Craftsman

2860

Dahlstrom Roll Form

3637

Dimplex North America Limited DORMA Group North America

863 3843

Eastern Metal Supply

2009

EeStairs America, Inc.

3626

FSB General Glass International Guardian Industries Corp.

564 1321 2235

Gyford StandOff Systems

1534

BrightShelf

2327

GREEN 3M Abatron, Inc.

118 3128

Defense Holdings, Inc.

2519

DORMA Group North America

3843

Draper, Inc.

1823

2962

Eastern Metal Supply

2009

All American Group Inc. AmaZulu, Inc. American Concrete Institute

2600

Enviroshake Inc.

1761

1764

EPIC Metals Corp.

1916

1610

Fabral, Inc

American Hydrotech, Inc.

2339

FCSI The Americas Division

Ameriform

2902

Feeney Inc.

Amvic Building System

3629 964 3524

245

Wood Products Showcase

3141

Filegenius

3513

GAF Materials Corporation

2723

Architectural Grilles & Sunshades, Inc.

1860

Gillespie Corp

1809

GKD-USA, Inc.

643

1817

1143

658

elements by Durcon

1127

AS Hanging Systems

KLEIN USA Inc.

3141

Decoflame USA, LLC

3734

Glidden Professional

3516

1864

2321

CSA SFM User Group

Akzo Nobel Coatings Inc.

Archittrek, LLC

Ketcham Medicine Cabinets div of Fred Silver & Co

2516

Crestron Electronics

466

2761

1727

Cooper Lighting

1927

Image Transform, Ltd.

2960

1820

Duo-Gard Industries Inc.

829

Berkowitz

1336

Cooley Building Products

UVolve® Instant Floor Coatings

Architectural Mall, Inc.

Intus Consulting

2660

Containment Solutions, Inc.

2806

3100

2612

Contact Industries

Fox Blocks

Hufcor Inc.

Insulgard Security Products

3309 1735

2663

Bostik, Inc.

Building Systems Design, Inc.

536 1353

Wood Design & Building/Canadian Wood Council (CWC)

Watson Bowman Acme

1806

Bradley Corporation

Cambridge Architectural

2458

Bendheim Wall Systems

1161 1363

W.R. Meadows, Inc.

BARTELS DOORS

843

Bona US Bonded Lightning Protection Systems, Ltd.

2943

Solutia’s Performance Films Division

GLASS PRODUCTS

Bluebeam Software, Inc.

ASSA ABLOY ATAS International, Inc.

659 3737

Atlas Roofing Corporation

2110

BARTELS DOORS

559

3335

Battic Door Attic Access Hatch R-42

1439

Kwik-Wall Levolux Ltd

3025

Bentley Systems

3617

Gordon, Inc. GRAPHISOFT NORTH AMERICA

1928 3401

greenscreen

2028

GS Window Systems

2238

Guardian Industries Corp.

2235

Gyford StandOff Systems

1534

BrightShelf

2327

Home Automation, Inc. (HAI)

3002

Hayn Enterprises

343

199


EXHIBITOR BY PRODUCT CATEGORY Hearne Hardwoods, Inc. Hendrick Architectural Products Homasote Co. Hoover Treated Wood Products, Inc.

3945 3423

Ponte Giulio USA, Corporation

2016

HARDWARE

PorterSips, Poligon, Parasol, by PorterCorp

2635

Accuride International

1462

Architectural Mall, Inc

829

PPG IdeaScapes

1635

AS Hanging Systems

1817

Quickflash Products

2707

ASSA ABLOY

659

Real Carriage Door Company

3004

BARTELS DOORS

559

437

Huber Engineered Woods

438

Reward Wall Systems, Inc.

1626

Hunter Douglas Contract

1641

RHEINZINK America Inc.

3837

Richlite Company

2263 3729

2700

Image Transform, Ltd.

2761

Rigidized Metals Corporation

InPro Corporation

1853

Rocky Mountain Hardware

765

Insulation Solutions, Inc.

2202

Ron Blank & Associates, Inc.

1029

PlanRacks.com

1264

CertainTeed Saint-Gobain Vetrotech

3153

Interlam, Inc.

227

Invisible Structures

728

Jerith Manufacturing Co., Inc.

AIA EXPO2011

553

Horizon Italian Tile/ KERLITE thin porcelain

Icynene Inc.

130

Kalwall Corporation

1638

Kenyon International, Inc.

2610

KME

3120

Knight Wall Systems

2153

K-tect Sustainable Building Systems

3239

Scofield

3136

Levolux Ltd

3025

LightLouver LLC

2430

Linetec

2230

LOGIX Insulated Concrete Forms, Ltd.

3011

Lorin Industries

2905

Lutron Electronics

2253

Madico Window Films

3205

Major Industries, Inc.

2535

Manning Lighting

2317

MAPA Products

966

MAPEI Corporation

439

Mapes Industries

2226

Maple Flooring Manufacturers Assn.

1260

Marshfield DoorSystems, Inc. Marvin Windows and Doors MICRODESK, INC. MKK Consulting Engineers, Inc. NCMA NCFI Polyurethanes

341 1453 1163 3302 1319 2711

NCI Building Components

3529

Newlook International Inc.

3000

Noble Company SeaChanger Optimum Window Mfg. Corp. Overhead Door Corporation Panelfold Inc.

200

2629

3456 2617 2035 1821 3725

Pneumatic Vacuum Elevators

535

Polyguard Products, Inc.

435

Schock Bauteile GMBH

2111

SKYFOLD/LAMCEL

3228

Smart Vent Inc.

3723

Smith & Fong Plyboo

2116

DORMA Group North America Doug Mockett & Company, Inc. ELMES INC.

3843 453 1924

FSB

564

GIESSE

2611

GRK Fasteners

3161

Gyford StandOff Systems

1534

Hafele America Co.

1463

Hager Companies

1035

Home Automation, Inc. (HAI)

3002

Hayn Enterprises

343

International Door Closers, Inc.

2101

KLEIN USA Inc.

1143

Soil Retention

3935

Solar Innovations, Inc.

2305

Solutia’s Performance Films Division

2505

South Atlantic Galvanized Products

3104

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics

239

2208

Real Carriage Door Company

3004

Spraylat Powder Coatings Stepstone, Inc. Stuc-O-Flex International, Inc.

541 444

Leatherneck Hardware, Inc.

2564

Marlite

2537

Rocky Mountain Hardware

765

Stanley Security Solutions, Inc.

526

Submittal Exchange

3612

SUGATSUNE AMERICA, INC.

635

Sunflower Daylighting

2523

TAKIYA CO., LTD.

364

Sustainable Forestry Initiative

3235

Townsteel, Inc.

1731

Tate Access Floors

429

TriPyramid Structures, Inc.

The Davey Resource Group

1126

Heritage Cast Iron USA

3260

Vintage View Wine Racks

2500

The Western Group

2222

Tilt-Up Concrete Association

3201

Timely

2636

INSULATION

TorZo Surfaces

2904

Fox Blocks

Tubelite Inc.

2228

VMZINC USGreentech

828

2806

Amvic Building System

245

253

Atlas Roofing Corporation

2110

440

1439

Verve Living Systems

2426

Battic Door Attic Access Hatch R-42

Viracon

2102

Bonded Logic, Inc.

W.P. Hickman Co.

3934

Henry Company

2501

W.R. Meadows, Inc.

2458

Homasote Co.

3945

2663

Hunter Panels

Wausau Window & Wall Systems

2224

Icynene Inc.

2700

Western Red Cedar Lumber Association

3245

Insulation Solutions, Inc.

2202

International Cellulose Corp

531

Winandy Green House Company Inc.

2438

Kingspan Insulated Panels

927

Wire By Design

3325

Knight Wall Systems

2153

Woodtone

3245

K-tect Sustainable Building Systems

3239

Watson Bowman Acme

WoodWorks

3141

Xypex Chemical Corp

119

Zurn Industries, LLC.

1618

LOGIX Insulated Concrete Forms, Ltd. Mapes Industries

530

1420

3011 2226


For complete convention information, visit www.aia.org/convention Martin Fireproofing Corporation

Innoplast, Inc.

2160

Rigidized Metals Corporation

NCFI Polyurethanes

3531 2711

InPro Corporation

1853

Schluter Systems L.P.

558

Parex USA, Inc.

233

PlanRacks.com

1264

Zurn Industries, LLC.

1618

PorterSips, Poligon, Parasol, by PorterCorp

2635

Reward Wall Systems, Inc.

1626

RoyOMartin

134

Interlam, Inc.

227

International Door Closers, Inc.

2101

Ketcham Medicine Cabinets div of Fred Silver & Co

1864

Rytec High Performance Doors

1728

KLEIN USA Inc.

CertainTeed Saint-Gobain Vetrotech

3153

Konrad Hornschuch AG

1963

Kwik-Wall

3335

Schock Bauteile GMBH SJS Components LLC Sto Corp. Stuc-O-Flex International, Inc. Thermafiber, Inc.

2111 2804 2145 444 2440

INSURANCE Heffernan professional Pratice Insurance Brokers Pictometry Intelligent Images

3409 961

AmaZulu, Inc.

1764

AS Hanging Systems

1817

ASSA ABLOY AWI Quality Certification Corporation

659 1565

BEVOLO Gas & Electric Lights

2622

Cold Spring Granite Company

3122

Panelfold Inc.

3725

Containment Solutions, Inc.

1336

Pneumatic Vacuum Elevators

535

Cooper Lighting

2516

Ponte Giulio USA, Corporation

2016

Danver/Summit

2961

Protech Powder Coatings/ Oxyplast

1827

FabriTec Structures Feeney Inc.

Real Carriage Door Company

3004

Richlite Company

2263 2127

Sensitile Systems

2623

Sistemalux

3229

SKYFOLD/LAMCEL

3228

Smith & Fong Plyboo

2116

Soundproof Windows

2017

Tecno Display Inc

2407

Tectum Inc.

3360

Construction Specialties, Inc.

1427

Tepromark International Inc.

1810

The Sky Factory

2630

Cristacurva / Craftsman

2860

TorZo Surfaces

2904

Dahlstrom Roll Form

3637

Decoflame USA, LLC

658

Town & Country Luxury Fireplaces

Dimplex North America Limited

863

Vicwest

3623 2500

Dri-Design

1653

Vintage View Wine Racks

Duo-Gard Industries Inc.

1927

Woodfold Manufacturing, Inc.

959

3116

2962 1924

KITCHEN PRODUCTS

Excel Dryer Inc.

2330

AmaZulu, Inc.

1764

2311

Danver/Summit

2961

1321

Dimplex North America Limited elements by Durcon

Wood Products Showcase

2962

Hayn Enterprises

343

FCSI The Americas Division

964

Hendrick Architectural Products

553

Hafele America Co.

1463

Hufcor Inc.

3100

Hansgrohe, Inc.

464

Humidifall

1563

Kraftmaid/Merillat/Denova

3317

Hunter Douglas Contract

1641

1827

Independent Floor Testing & Inspection

2123

Protech Powder Coatings/ Oxyplast Richlite Company

2263

3141 2522

greenscreen

2028

GRK Fasteners Hanover Architectural Products Hayn Enterprises Hendrick Architectural Products Innoplast, Inc. Invisible Structures Jerith Manufacturing Co., Inc. Johnson Screens Scofield

3161 2229 343 553 2160 728 130 3338 3136

LSI Industries Inc.

2607

Newlook International Inc.

3000

Pavestone / Tejas

1520

PorterSips, Poligon, Parasol, by PorterCorp

2635

Protech Powder Coatings/Oxyplast

1827

Reef Industries, Inc.

2135

Robinson Iron Corp.

SIEDLE

863

325 3524

Geosis Corporation

SecureUSA, Inc.

ELMES INC.

2235

1860

3000

1439

Guardian Industries Corp.

Architectural Grilles & Sunshades, Inc.

Newlook International Inc.

Battic Door Attic Access Hatch R-42

General Glass International

1764

2704

559

Figueras

AmaZulu, Inc.

Asphalt Pavement Alliance

735

elements by Durcon

2105

439

364

365

545

AguaFina Gardens International

2317

TAKIYA CO., LTD.

Cordrays Mill Lumber Co.

ACO Polymer Products, Inc.

MAPEI Corporation

Atlantis Rail Systems

BARTELS DOORS

LANDSCAPE PRODUCTS

Manning Lighting

SAF Perimeter Systems Division INTERIOR FURNISHINGS AND PRODUCTS

1143

3729

3163 3060 2417

Sistemalux

3229

Soil Retention

3935

Stepstone, Inc.

541

Atlantis Rail Systems

735

The Davey Resource Group

1126

The North Carolina Granite Corp.

3364

The Western Group

2222

USGreentech

440

W.R. Meadows, Inc.

2458

Western Red Cedar Lumber Association

3245

201


EXHIBITOR BY PRODUCT CATEGORY Heritage Cast Iron USA Xypex Chemical Corp.

3260 119

LUMBER/WOOD PRODUCTS Abatron, Inc. Ameriform

LIGHTING/LIGHTING PRODUCTS AND SERVICES Ecoglo Life Safety Products Alera/Columbia

1061

AWI Quality Certification Corporation

1565

Battic Door Attic Access Hatch R-42

1439

Bois Chamois Antiqued Hardwood Flooring

3428 3141

Architectural Area Lighting

1053

BEVOLO Gas & Electric Lights

2622

Wood Design & Building/Canadian Wood Council (CWC)

Bock Lighting

1538

Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau

3141

Cooper Lighting

2516

Colonial Craft

465

Crestron Electronics

2321

Construction Specialties, Inc.

1427

Defense Holdings, Inc.

2519

Contact Industries

Duo-Gard Industries Inc.

1927

Cordrays Mill Lumber Co.

365

Edison Price Lighting

2616

CSA SFM User Group

3141

Light Tape

2427

3141

Geosis Corporation

2522

Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC)

BrightShelf

2327

Wood Products Showcase

3141

Hafele America Co.

1463 3002

Hearne Hardwoods, Inc. Hoover Treated Wood Products, Inc.

2660

2629 3423

Huber Engineered Woods

438

Interlam, Inc.

227

3507

Knight Wall Systems

2153

Mortar Net USA

2234

NCMA Polyguard Products, Inc.

2429

1319 435

Quality Stone Veneer, Inc.

3561

Tamlyn

3936

Reward Wall Systems, Inc.

1626

Smart Vent Inc.

3723

Soil Retention

3935

South Atlantic Galvanized Products

3104

Stuc-O-Flex International, Inc. The North Carolina Granite Corp.

444 3364

VaproShield LLC

1435

Alabama Stone/Vetter Stone

3365

METALS Acorn Wire and Iron Works AEP Span

2805 529

AguaFina Gardens International

2105

Alcotex Inc.

1027

ILEX Architectural Lighting

2359

International Association of Lighting Designers

2526

Levolux Ltd

3025

Leviton Manufacturing Co, Inc.

2510

Maple Flooring Manufacturers Assn.

1260

LightLouver LLC

2430

Moreland Company USA

128

LSI Industries Inc.

2607

Nordic Engineered Wood

2963

Architectural Grilles & Sunshades, Inc.

Lutron Electronics

2253

Panelfold Inc.

3725

AS Hanging Systems

Major Industries, Inc.

2535

Richlite Company

2263

ATAS International, Inc.

3737

134

Berridge Manufacturing

3541 1735

Manning Lighting MKK Consulting Engineers, Inc. Modular International, Inc. Nora Lighting SeaChanger Philips Ledalite

2317

RoyOMartin

American Institute of Steel Construction AMICO - Alabama Metal Industries Architectural Grille

1019

SJS Components LLC

2804

Carfaro Railing, Inc.

2520

Smith & Fong Plyboo

2116

Cordeck

2120

2617

Raised Floor Living

3217

Dahlstrom Roll Form

3637

953

Tecno Display Inc.

2407

Dri-Design

2807

Eastern Metal Supply

2009 3626

1827

VaproShield LLC

1435

EeStairs America, Inc.

Robinson Iron Corp.

3163

Western Red Cedar Lumber Association

3245

EPIC Metals Corp.

Rocky Mountain Hardware

765

Schnackel Engineers, Inc.

1707 2417 3229 735

2630

Verve Living Systems

2426

Watt Stopper

Woodfold Manufacturing, Inc. Woodtone WoodWorks York Bridge Concepts

Fabral, Inc 3116 3245 3141 124

2523

The Sky Factory

THE WAGNER COMPANIES

1817

Cambridge Architectural

Protech Powder Coatings/Oxyplast

Sunflower Daylighting

624 1860

2262

Open Joist

Atlantis Rail Systems

3645

Shakertown 1992 Inc.

2422

Sistemalux

729

3302

Prescolite

SIEDLE

MASONRY Acme Brick Company

2716

American Concrete Institute

2517

Ameriform Architectural Mall, Inc. Boston Valley Terra Cotta Cold Spring Granite Company

202

2902

Apollo Design Technology, Inc.

Home Automation, Inc. (HAI)

AIA EXPO2011

459

Holcim (US) Inc. 3128

3563 1610 2902 829 3823 3122

2434

1653

1916 3629

Firestone Metal Products

1537

Flex-Ability Concepts

634

GKD-USA, Inc.

643

Gordon, Inc.

1928

greenscreen

2028

Gyford StandOff Systems

1534

BrightShelf

2327

Hayn Enterprises Hendrick Architectural Products

343 553

Hollaender Manufacturing Co.

3436

Johnson Screens

3338


For complete convention information, visit www.aia.org/convention Kingspan Insulated Panels

927

KME

3120

Knight Wall Systems

2153

Tecno Display Inc. Versatex Trimboards

Linetec

2230

MISCELLANEOUS

Lorin Industries

2905

Ecoglo Life Safety Products

Lyon Workspace Products

2363

Acorn Wire and Iron Works

Mapes Industries

2226

Aerotek

Martin Fireproofing Corporation McNichols Company Metl-Span

3531 834 2916

AmaZulu, Inc.

2407 1421

459 2805 322 1764

American Arbitration Association

1241

Filegenius

3513

NCI Building Components

3529

ARCOM/MasterSpec

835

P&P Artec Inc.

2800

AS Hanging Systems

1817

Petersen Aluminum Corporation Protech Powder Coatings/Oxyplast Tamlyn

2817 1827 3936

Battic Door Attic Access Hatch R-42 Bentley Systems

1439 3617

Noble Company

3456

SeaChanger

2617

O’Hagin’s, Inc.

1925

Panelfold Inc

3725

Penco Products, Inc.

3129

PorterSips, Poligon, Parasol, by PorterCorp

2635

Richlite Company

2263

Ron Blank & Associates, Inc.

1029

Runtal North America, Inc.

1917

SIEDLE

2417

Simpson Strong-Tie

934

SKYFOLD/LAMCEL

3228

Skyline Ink Animation Studios

2563

Smoke Guard, Inc.

3123

3135

BRAE Rainwater Technologies

2060

Society for Design Administration

3837

Bond Events Corp.

2200

Stratasys, Inc.

1235

Rigidized Metals Corporation

3729

Building Systems Design, Inc.

3309

Submittal Exchange

3612

Robinson Iron Corp.

3163

Cambridge Architectural

1735

Swim Ex

1822

SAF Perimeter Systems Division

2127

Durabrac Architectural Components

2561

TAB Products Co LLC

1262

962

Construction Specialties, Inc.

1427

TAKIYA CO., LTD.

364

1336

Tecno Display Inc.

2407 2630

Radius Track Corp. RHEINZINK America Inc.

SFS intec, Inc. SlipNOT® Metal Safety Flooring South Atlantic Galvanized Products Atlantis Rail Systems TFC/Bestworth The Western Group

2220

Containment Solutions, Inc.

3104

Matot, Inc. Dumbwaiters

734

The Sky Factory

Decoflame USA, LLC

658

Town & Country Luxury Fireplaces

735 3927

Defense Holdings, Inc.

2222

Dimplex North America Limited

TriPyramid Structures, Inc.

828

DORMA Group North America

VMZINC

253

Doug Mockett & Company, Inc.

VaproShield LLC

1435

Draper, Inc.

W.P. Hickman Co.

3934

Excel Dryer Inc.

THE WAGNER COMPANIES

2716

FabriTec Structures

2519 863 3843 453 1823 2330 325

2663

Figueras

2311

Heritage Cast Iron USA

3260

GRK Fasteners

3161

Winandy Green House Company Inc

2438

Hayn Enterprises

343

Wire By Design

3325

Heffernan professional Pratice Insurance Brokers

Watson Bowman Acme

Wooster Products, Inc.

1160

MILLWORK MOLDING Architectural Mall, Inc. AWI Quality Certification Corporation BARTELS DOORS Battic Door Attic Access Hatch R-42

829 1565 559 1439

Flex Trim by Carter Millwork

1062

Durabrac Architectural Components

2561

Contact Industries Cordrays Mill Lumber Co.

2660 365

Dahlstrom Roll Form

3637

SAF Perimeter Systems Division

2127

3409

VStudios 3D

2502

959 1064

Wagner Electronics

3134

Western Red Cedar Lumber Association

3245

Heritage Cast Iron USA

3260

Vintage View Wine Racks

2500

WoodWorks

3141

PAINT Abatron, Inc.

3128

Akzo Nobel Coatings Inc.

3734

Glidden Professional

1127

IDFGlobal

1661

Defense Holdings, Inc.

2519

Image Transform, Ltd.

2761

Dryvit Systems, Inc.

2753

Independent Floor Testing & Inspection

2123

UVolve® Instant Floor Coatings

Innoplast, Inc.

2160

Insulation Solutions, Inc.

2202

PlanRacks.com

1264

Kwik-Wall

3335

Lasertech Floorplans

2100

Lyon Workspace Products

2363

MAPA Products Michael Abbott & Associates

966 1661

Mortar Net USA

2234

Newlook International Inc.

3000

3M/Nida-Core

466

Innoplast, Inc.

2160

InPro Corporation

1853

Kelly-Moore Paint Co., Inc. Linetec

2121 2230

PPG IdeaScapes

1635

Protech Powder Coatings/Oxyplast

1827

Quality Powder Coating, LLC

2131

Sealoflex, Inc.

1961

Sherwin-Williams

3743

Spraylat Powder Coatings

2208

Stuart Dean Co., Inc.

1723

2717

203


EXHIBITOR BY PRODUCT CATEGORY PLASTICS

CETCO 2917

Colonial Craft

Durabrac Architectural Components

2561

Conrad Schmitt Studios, Inc.

3921

Defense Holdings, Inc.

2519

Construction Specialties, Inc.

1427

Innoplast, Inc.

2160

365

1853

Crittall Windows LTD

2001

Major Industries, Inc.

2535

Dahlstrom Roll Form

3637

Polygal

3535

Dimplex North America Limited

Tamlyn

3936

DORMA Group North America

3843

863

2753

Reef Industries, Inc.

2135

Dryvit Systems, Inc.

Sensitile Systems

2623

UVolve® Instant Floor Coatings

466

Stego Industries

1665

Duo-Gard Industries Inc.

1927

Stratasys, Inc.

1235

elements by Durcon

American Concrete Institute ARCAT, Inc. Architects’ Guide to Glass & Metal/ USGlass Magazines

AIA EXPO2011

Cordrays Mill Lumber Co.

465

InPro Corporation

PUBLICATIONS/PUBLISHING 1610 919 1419

2962

2862

Horizon Italian Tile/ KERLITE thin porcelain

437

Hunter Douglas Contract

1641

Hanley Wood LLC

1941

Wiley Kaplan AE Education Lightning Protection Institute

3523 329 3536

McGraw-Hill Construction

619

GlassBuild America/ Glass Magazine

1540

ORO editions

2024

RENOVATIONS/RESTORATION PRODUCTS

2700 1264

1764

American Hydrotech, Inc.

2339

Ameriform

2902

Amvic Building System Arkema, Inc. ATAS International, Inc.

245 736 3737

Atlas Roofing Corporation

2110

Berridge Manufacturing

3541 1363

Uniflex Fluid Applied Roofing Systems

2465

Boston Valley Terra Cotta

3823

Scofield LightLouver LLC

3136 2430

Lightning Protection Institute

3536

Linetec

2230

Lutron Electronics

2253

Lyon Workspace Products

2363

Major Industries, Inc.

2535

Manning Lighting

2317

MAPEI Corporation

439 2234

NCI Building Components

3529

Noble Company

3456

Arkema, Inc.

736

SeaChanger

2617

BARTELS DOORS

559

Panelfold Inc.

3725

Bellcomb Technologies, Inc.

3758

Pella Corporation

Berridge Manufacturing

3541

Robinson Iron Corp.

3163

Boston Valley Terra Cotta

3823

SAF Perimeter Systems Division

2127

Schock Bauteile GMBH Shakertown 1992 Inc.

2561

529

AmaZulu, Inc.

Bonded Lightning Protection Systems, Ltd.

3128

Durabrac Architectural Components

119

1638

1053

3141

3245

3023

Architectural Area Lighting

Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau

1601

Keymer Tiles Ltd.

Abatron, Inc.

3141

1435

Weiland Sliding Doors & Window

Kalwall Corporation

Mortar Net USA

Wood Design & Building/ Canadian Wood Council (CWC)

VaproShield LLC

AEP Span

3002

Environmental Design + Construction

367

2753

ROOFING

PlanRacks.com

959

Tremco Commercial Sealants & Waterproofing

3401

343

Design-Build Institute of America

Town & Country Luxury Fireplaces

GRAPHISOFT NORTH AMERICA

3363

3517

2904

3141

Subway Ceramics

3265

3364

TorZo Surfaces

1928

Icynene Inc.

444 3452

The North Carolina Granite Corp.

Gordon, Inc.

Hayn Enterprises

Architectural Products Magazine

Avenere Cladding – Swirnow

Xypex Chemical Corp

2139

3261

1723

Stuc-O-Flex International, Inc.

964

2562

Architectural Products Magazine

Stuart Dean Co., Inc.

FCSI The Americas Division

Home Automation, Inc. (HAI)

2662

2145

Western Red Cedar Lumber Association

Wood Products Showcase

2505

Sto Corp.

1916

BICSI

Commercial Building Products Magazine

Solutia’s Performance Films Division

EPIC Metals Corp.

Architectural Review, The

The Blue Book Building and Construction Network

204

3223

Bayer MaterialScience LLC

Smoke Guard, Inc.

743

2111 2262 3123

Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau CENTRIA

3141 1153

Chief Buildings

3306

CETCO

3223

Cooley Building Products

1820

Duo-Gard Industries Inc. Duro-Last Roofing, Inc. Enviroshake Inc. Fabral, Inc

1927 2634 1761 3629

FabriTec Structures

325

Wood Products Showcase

3141

GAF Materials Corporation

2723

Garland Company, Inc.

2005

Hanover Architectural Products

2229

Henry Company

2501

Homasote Co.

3945

Hoover Treated Wood Products, Inc.

3423

Huber Engineered Woods

438

Insulation Solutions, Inc.

2202

Keymer Tiles Ltd.

3023

Kingspan Insulated Panels

927


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EXHIBITOR BY PRODUCT CATEGORY KME

3120

Bradley Corporation

1353

Insulgard Security Products

2612

Uniflex Fluid Applied Roofing Systems

2465

Defense Holdings, Inc.

2519

International Door Closers, Inc.

2101

466

Jerith Manufacturing Co., Inc.

130

K-tect Sustainable Building Systems

3239

FabriTec Structures

325

Kalwall Corporation

1638

Lightning Protection Institute

3536

GKD-USA, Inc.

643

1864

Innoplast, Inc.

2160

Ketcham Medicine Cabinets div of Fred Silver & Co.

InPro Corporation

1853

Lyon Workspace Products

2363

LyondellBasell

1139

Major Industries, Inc.

2535

Malarkey Roofing Products

2204

MAPA Products

966

GERARD/ALLMET Roofing Products

2163

Metl-Span

2916

NCFI Polyurethanes NCI Building Components

2711 3529

North Country Slate

1334

O’Hagin’s, Inc.

1925

Petersen Aluminum Corporation

2817

Pictometry Intelligent Images Polygal

AIA EXPO2011

UVolve® Instant Floor Coatings

961 3535

Hydro-Stop/United Coatings

2227

Tamlyn

3936

RHEINZINK America Inc.

3837

SAF Perimeter Systems Division

2127

CertainTeed Saint-Gobain Vetrotech

3153

Sealoflex, Inc.

1961

Seaman Corporation

1835

SFS intec, Inc. Shakertown 1992 Inc. Sika Sarnafil Stepstone, Inc.

962 2262 640 541

Kee Safety, Inc. Lapeyre Stair

2101 3917 145

Lightning Protection Institute

3536

Lyon Workspace Products

2363

Madico Window Films

3205

Manning Lighting MAPA Products Pilkington North America, Inc. PLEOTINT LLC

2317 966 2943 1441

Ponte Giulio USA, Corporation

2016

Primex Wireless

2605

2337

Madico Window Films

3205

Penco Products, Inc.

3129

Pilkington North America, Inc.

2943

Rytec High Performance Doors

1728

SecureUSA, Inc SIEDLE Solutia’s Performance Films Division Soundproof Windows

526 1731

Viracon

SlipNOT® Metal Safety Flooring

2220

Smart Vent Inc.

3723

SIDING

Smoke Guard, Inc.

3123

Acme Brick Company

USGreentech

2017

Townsteel, Inc.

1634

2505

2417 2505

Stanley Security Solutions, Inc.

SAFTI FIRST Fire Rated Glazing Solutions

Solutia’s Performance Films Division

3060

Woodfold Manufacturing, Inc.

2102 3116

3563

Alcotex Inc.

1027

Ameriform

2902

440

ATAS International, Inc.

3737

Viracon

2102

Berridge Manufacturing

3541

Watson Bowman Acme

2663 1160

Wood Design & Building/Canadian Wood Council (CWC)

3141

Wooster Products, Inc.

Cordrays Mill Lumber Co.

365

XSPlatforms

1609

Sulfurcell Solartechnik

2901

Dryvit Systems, Inc.

2753

Tectum Inc.

3360

Fabral, Inc.

3629

VMZINC

253

Uni-Systems, LLC

1263

VaproShield LLC

1435

Vicwest

3623

W.P. Hickman Co.

3934

GRACE CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS W.R. Meadows, Inc. Zurn Industries, LLC.

3717 2458 1618

SAFETY PRODUCTS 3M Abatron, Inc.

118 3128

Ecoglo Life Safety Products

459

Architectural Area Lighting

1053

ASSA ABLOY BILCO Company, The Bonded Lightning Protection Systems, Ltd.

206

International Door Closers, Inc.

Macton

659 2835 1363

SSECURITY PRODUCTS Acorn Wire and Iron Works ASI Group

2805 1628

Ametco Manufacturing Corporation

1816

AMICO - Alabama Metal Industries

3645

Architectural Area Lighting

1053

ASSA ABLOY BILCO Company, The

659 2835

Wood Products Showcase

3141

GAF Materials Corporation

2723

Hearne Hardwoods, Inc.

2629

KME

3120

Knight Wall Systems

2153

Polygal

3535

Quickflash Products

2707

Tamlyn

3936

Bonded Lightning Protection Systems, Ltd.

1363

RHEINZINK America Inc.

3837

Cordeck

2120

Richlite Company

2263

Crestron Electronics

2321

SAF Perimeter Systems Division

2127

DoorKing Inc

1428 3843

CertainTeed Saint-Gobain Vetrotech

3153

DORMA Group North America EPIC Metals Corp.

1916

GKD-USA, Inc.

643

Gordon, Inc. Hager Companies Home Automation, Inc. (HAI)

1928 1035 3002

Shakertown 1992 Inc. Stuc-O-Flex International, Inc. VMZINC

2262 444 253

Western Red Cedar Lumber Association

3245

Woodtone

3245


For complete convention information, visit www.aia.org/convention SIGNAGE Ecoglo Life Safety Products

459

Pictometry Intelligent Images

961

Avenere Cladding – Swirnow

3452

Pilkington North America, Inc

2943

The North Carolina Granite Corp.

3364

2605

Alabama Stone/Vetter Stone

3365

Alcotex Inc.

1027

Primex Wireless

APCO Signs Systems

3527

Brookview Technologies, Inc.

1440

CertainTeed Saint-Gobain Vetrotech

Cold Spring Granite Company

3122

Cooley Building Products

1820

Defense Holdings, Inc.

2519

Doug Mockett & Company, Inc. Duo-Gard Industries Inc. Eastern Metal Supply Electro-Mech Scoreboard Co. Gyford StandOff Systems Hendrick Architectural Products

453 1927

Solar Innovations, Inc.

2305

Solutia’s Performance Films Division

2505

534 1534 553 2761

Innoplast, Inc.

2160

InPro Corporation

1853

Stewart Signs

1905

Johnson Screens

3338

elements by Durcon

2243

GKD-USA, Inc.

643

Horizon Italian Tile/ KERLITE thin porcelain

437

VELUX America Inc.

STAIRWAYS Ecoglo Life Safety Products Ascendings

TorZo Surfaces

364 2904

SOLAR

2123

Scofield

3136

2519

MAPEI Corporation Marlite

2537

Feeney Inc.

3524

Newlook International Inc.

3000

Hayn Enterprises

343

Hearne Hardwoods, Inc.

2629 437

Johnson Screens

TAKIYA CO., LTD.

Independent Floor Testing & Inspection

3626

3729

3608

3300

2962

EeStairs America, Inc.

Rigidized Metals Corporation

STRATACACHE

459

466

Defense Holdings, Inc.

Horizon Italian Tile/ KERLITE thin porcelain

2417

2519

3937

2317

2623

Defense Holdings, Inc.

United Solar Ovonic

2226

SIEDLE

SURFACE TREATMENTS

2901

Mapes Industries

Sensitile Systems

119

Sulfurcell Solartechnik

Manning Lighting

765

Xypex Chemical Corp.

UVolve® Instant Floor Coatings

2009

Image Transform, Ltd.

Rocky Mountain Hardware

3153

Lapeyre Stair

SlipNOT® Metal Safety Flooring

2220

Stepstone, Inc.

541

Atlantis Rail Systems

735

The North Carolina Granite Corp.

3364

TorZo Surfaces

2904

1762

ATAS International, Inc.

3737

Construction Specialties, Inc.

1427

STONE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

Cooley Building Products

1820

Abatron, Inc.

Cristacurva / Craftsman

2860

AguaFina Gardens International Architectural Mall, Inc.

3452

TorZo Surfaces

2904

Xypex Chemical Corp.

440 119

145 2943

Apricus Inc.

1723

Avenere Cladding – Swirnow

USGreentech 3338

Pilkington North America, Inc.

TriPyramid Structures, Inc.

Stuart Dean Co., Inc.

439

828

SWITCHES/CONTROLS Cooper Lighting Crestron Electronics Home Automation, Inc. (HAI) Hunter Douglas Contract

2105

2321 3002 1641

Leviton Manufacturing Co, Inc.

2510

Levolux Ltd

3025

Lutron Electronics

2253

MAPA Products 3128

2516

SIEDLE Verve Living Systems

966 2417 2426

829

Draper, Inc.

1823

Fabral, Inc

3629

Bellcomb Technologies, Inc.

GAF Materials Corporation

2723

Cold Spring Granite Company

3122

Bostik, Inc.

Garland Company, Inc.

2005

Dahlstrom Roll Form

3637

Casalgrande Padana

3041

Ceramiche Refin

3041 3041

Geosis Corporation

2522

Interlam, Inc.

3758

227

TILE 536

BrightShelf

2327

Knight Wall Systems

2153

Ceramic Tiles of Italy

Hollaender Manufacturing Co.

3436

MAPEI Corporation

439

FAP Ceramiche

3041

3317

Subway Ceramics

3363

Hunter Douglas Contract Kalwall Corporation Kingspan Insulated Panels

1641

Kraftmaid/Merillat/Denova

1638

Mortar Net USA

2234

North Country Slate

1334

927

Levolux Ltd

3025

Parex USA, Inc.

LightLouver LLC

2430

Pavestone / Tejas

GlassBuild America/ Glass Magazine

1540

Quality Stone Veneer, Inc.

Petersen Aluminum Corporation

2817

Schluter Systems L.P. Sensitile Systems

Horizon Italian Tile/ KERLITE thin porcelain

437

Image Transform, Ltd.

2761 3041

1520

Italian Trade Commission/Ceramic Tiles of Italy

3561

Knight Wall Systems

2153

558

MAPEI Corporation

233

2623

Noble Company

439 3456

207


EXHIBITOR BY PRODUCT CATEGORY Parex USA, Inc.

233

Cooley Building Products

1820

Major Industries, Inc.

2535

Rocky Mountain Hardware

765

Dryvit Systems, Inc.

2753

Mapes Industries

2226

Schluter Systems L.P.

558

Henry Company

2501

Marvin Windows and Doors

1453

438

National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC)

Sensitile Systems Stepstone, Inc.

2623 541

Huber Engineered Woods Insulation Solutions, Inc.

The North Carolina Granite Corp.

3364

Knight Wall Systems

2153

Alabama Stone/Vetter Stone

3365

K-tect Sustainable Building Systems

3239

NCFI Polyurethanes VENTILATION

1426

2110

Quickflash Products

2707

Doug Mockett & Company, Inc.

453

Tamlyn

3936

DuctSox Corporation

2109

Fabral, Inc.

3629

FCSI The Americas Division

964

GAF Materials Corporation

2723

Keymer Tiles Ltd.

AIA EXPO2011

Pecora Corp.

2711

Atlas Roofing Corporation

Hendrick Architectural Products

553 3023

O’Hagin’s, Inc.

1925

Tamlyn

3936

Smart Vent Inc.

3723

Solar Innovations, Inc.

2305

CertainTeed Saint-Gobain Vetrotech Schock Bauteile GMBH Stego Industries Stuc-O-Flex International, Inc.

2111 1665 444

Cordrays Mill Lumber Co.

365

Homasote Co. Image Transform, Ltd. Interlam, Inc.

3945 2761 227

Marlite

2537

CertainTeed Saint-Gobain Vetrotech

3153

Tectum Inc. Tepromark International Inc. TFC/Bestworth

3360 1810 3927

TorZo Surfaces

2904

Wire By Design

3325

2110

Berridge Manufacturing

3541

Bonded Lightning Protection Systems, Ltd.

1363

Bostik, Inc. CETCO

536 3223

1634

Sage Electrochromics

3622

Solar Innovations, Inc.

2305

Solutia’s Performance Films Division

2505

Super Sky Products, Inc.

1629

1435

GRACE CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS

3717 2458 119

Andersen Windows, Inc.

1953

Bendheim Wall Systems

1806

Conrad Schmitt Studios, Inc. Contact Industries CPI Daylighting Inc. Cristacurva / Craftsman

3921 2660 737 2860

Crittall Windows LTD

2001

Dahlstrom Roll Form

3637

Duo-Gard Industries Inc.

1927

Eastern Metal Supply

2009

General Glass International

1321

GIESSE

2611

GS Window Systems

2238

Guardian Industries Corp.

2235

BrightShelf

2327

Insulgard Security Products

Kalwall Corporation

Atlas Roofing Corporation

3535

SAFTI FIRST Fire Rated Glazing Solutions

VaproShield LLC

Intus Consulting WEATHER RESISTANT BARRIERS

Polygal

2017

WINDOWS/SKYLIGHTS

1735

1441

2523

2224

Cambridge Architectural

743

PLEOTINT LLC

Sunflower Daylighting

Xypex Chemical Corp.

1764

2035

Pella Corporation

Soundproof Windows

429

2902

Optimum Window Mfg. Corp.

2753

Tate Access Floors

Ameriform

1540

3452

W.R. Meadows, Inc.

WALLBOARD/INTERIOR TREATMENT

GlassBuild America/ Glass Magazine

Tremco Commercial Sealants & Waterproofing

444

Wausau Window & Wall Systems

3153

219

Avenere Cladding – Swirnow

Stuc-O-Flex International, Inc.

AmaZulu, Inc.

208

2202

2612 2960 1638

Konrad Hornschuch AG

1963

Levolux Ltd

3025

LightLouver LLC

2430

Linetec

2230

Lutron Electronics

2253

Madico Window Films

3205

The Sky Factory TriPyramid Structures, Inc.

2630 828

Tubelite Inc.

2228

VELUX America Inc.

2243

Viracon

2102

Wausau Window & Wall Systems

2224

Weiland Sliding Doors & Window

1601

Winandy Green House Company Inc

2438


RECOGNITION SPONSORS 210 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 212

209


SPONSORS

SPONSORS

The AIA and AIA New Orleans thank the following AIA Convention and Expo2011 sponsors and acknowledge their generous support for, and contribution toward, the success of the AIA 2011 National Convention and Design Exposition.

210

Applied Technology Group Architects’ Guide to Glass/USGlass Magazine ARCOM/MasterSpec Specifications Armstrong World Industries Autodesk, Inc. Bartco Lighting Bellcomb Technologies, Inc. Cosella-Dorken Products, Inc. Dimplex North America Limited Dryvit Systems, Inc. Fabreeka International Inc. Firestone Forestry Innovation Investment LTD Guardian Industries GunterBarnes Contracting Company Huber Engineered Woods IDF Global InPro Corporation John Wiley & Sons Johnsonite

KONE, Inc. Lamboo Lutron Electronics McNichols Mitsubishi Plastics Composites America, Inc. NanaWall Systems Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope Pella Corporation Philips Gardco Pro-Bel Group of Companies Saint-Gobain Schock Bauteile GmbH Sherwin-Willams Simons Voss Technologies, Inc. Therma-HEXX, LLC TorZo Surfaces VT Industries W.R. Grace Wire By Design As of March 24, 2011


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ACKNOWLEDGMEN 2011 AIA NATIONAL CONVENTION ADVISORY COMMITTEE Marion L. Fowlkes, FAIA—chair Creed W. Brierre, FAIA Melissa Urcan Chester A. Widom, FAIA

2011 AIA NEW ORLEANS CONVENTION STEERING COMMITTEE Creed Brierre, FAIA—chair AIA New Orleans President

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Marcel Wisznia, AIA

Public Outreach and Local Community Events

Central States

Ray Manning, FAIA

Kevin J. Flynn, FAIA, IES Paul D. Mankins, FAIA

AIA NATIONAL CONVENTION TEAM Elizabeth Stewart, Esq. Christopher J. Gribbs, Assoc. AIA Terrence Canela, Esq., CAE Deneen R. Clarke Lisa Green Beverly B. Holton, CSI, CDT Tonya Horsley, CMP Glenn Ono Raymond Rhinehart, PhD Phil Simon Carolyn Snowbarger Duane Zepeda

Stacy A. Bourne, AIA Donald T. Yoshino, FAIA Gulf States

Donald C. Brown, FAIA J. Cyril Stewart, AIA Illinois

Leonard E. Koroski, AIA Larry C. Quenette, AIA Michigan

Glen S. LeRoy, FAIA

Executive Director

Melissa Urcan

Florida/Caribbean

2011 AIA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Middle Atlantic

Maya Hensley-Lapham

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

D. Graham Davidson, FAIA Christopher Morrison, AIA, LEED AP

AIA Guide to New Orleans

President

New England

Angela Morton, AIA Jessica Walker, Assoc. AIA

Clark D. Manus, FAIA

T. Gregory Ames Jr., AIA Mohamad Farzan, AIA, RIBA

Convention Coordinator

First Vice President Tours

Jeffery Potter, FAIA

New Jersey

Jerome L. Eben, AIA

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Helene Combs Dreiling, FAIA

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