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Program 7:30–8:30 AM 8:30–8:40 AM

7 AIA CEUs

Registration Welcome

Dionne Darling, The Architect’s Newspaper Will Babbington, Studio NYL, Co-Chair Alastair Huber, Stantec Architecture, COBEC Co-Chair

8:40–9:50 AM

9:50–10:10 AM

10:10 –11:10 AM

11:10–11:30 AM

11:30 AM–12:30 PM

Facade Strategies for Curatorial Institutions PRESENTERS:

MODERATOR:

Neil Meredith, MG McGrath Yushiro Okamoto, Diller Scofidio + Renfro Stephanie Randazzo Dwyer, Machado Silvetti Ned Kirschbaum, Fentress Architects Andrea Kalivas Fulton, Denver Art Museum

Will Babbington, Studio NYL

Networking Break Methods+Materials Gallery

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12:45–1:30 PM 1:30 PM–4:30 PM

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Complimentary Networking Lunch Dynamic Interfaces of Water-Resistive Barriers PRESENTER:

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4:30–4:40 PM

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Closing Remarks

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Conference Co-Chairs WILL BABBINGTON Principal | Facade Design Director, Studio NYL

As both architect and engineer; Babbington has designed, realized, written, and presented on award-winning and high-performance enclosures around the country and world. He is also an active member in numerous professional organizations such as the American Institute of Architects, an AIA National representative on ASHRAE’s 90.1 envelope subcommittee, Building Enclosure Technology and Environment Council, and ASTM where he is a voting member on the E06 Performance of Buildings Committee. He is also the National Vice Chair of the Building Enclosure Council (BEC).

ALASTAIR HUBER Senior Project Architect & Chair of COBEC, Stantec Architecture

Educated in Halifax, Huber has also lived and worked in Boston, Chicago, Boulder, and now Denver for the past 18 years. He has been active in promoting the Building Enclosure Council the past 10 years and is currently the president of COBEC, the Colorado Chapter of the BEC, a non-profit organization. Huber believes in free access to information critical to the building industry and advocates for detailing and constructing competently.

KEN ANDREWS Principal Architect, Arch11

Andrews brings a rigor to Arch11’s design leadership through directing project delivery and implementing new technology into the design and construction process. While on the faculty at the University of Colorado College of Architecture and Planning, Andrews was named AIA Colorado’s 2007 Instructor of the Year and received AIA Colorado’s Mentor of the Year in 2013. He continues to engage the academic community through lectures, design juries, advisory positions, and mentorships. A registered architect in Colorado, Utah, Missouri, and Ohio, in 2011 he was named AIA Colorado Young Architect of the Year and AIA Western Mountain Region Young Architect.

BRIAN DALE Principal, Sort Studio

Prior to co-founding Sort Studio, Dale was an Associate at Zaha Hadid Architects in London, leading teams in the design of high-profile projects in Europe and the Middle and Far East. He also teaches design studios as a Lecturer at the University of Colorado College of Architecture and Planning, and has lectured at the Royal University of Phnom Penh and ETH Zurich. Dale holds a MArch and Urbanism from the Architectural Association, London, and a Bachelors of Environmental Design with Special Honors from the University of Colorado–Boulder. He is a Registered Architect in the state of Colorado and a member of the AIA.

SARAH DAVID Senior Associate, Walter P Moore

David specializes in developing innovative practices for design, engineering, detailing and construction management. After graduating from Yale University, she worked with Frank Gehry on various projects including: the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Las Vegas. She continued her pursuit of unique design challenges with Gehry Technologies (GT) where she helped to maintain design integrity and constructability via an intensive and customized virtual management and delivery process.

STEVEN DOGGETT Founder & CEO, Built Environments, Inc.

Doggett’s expertise combines advance building science and computational modeling with extensive field and design experience to help multi-stakeholders achieve resilient, high-performing buildings. He has served as the principal forensic investigator on hundreds of projects involving all markets and all building types. Doggett currently chairs the Minnesota chapter of the Building Enclosure Council. STEPHANIE RANDAZZO DWYER

Principal, Machado Silvetti

Randazzo has a diverse portfolio of cultural, educational, and housing projects. She is the Project Director on Denver Art Museum’s North Build-

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Speakers ing Project, including the renovation of the 1971 Gio Ponti– designed North Towers and the design and construction of a new campus welcome center. She is also Project Director on the Alamo Museum and Visitor Center project. Recent efforts have focused on master planning and programming for arts and cultural facilities including: the Addison Gallery of American Art at Phillips Academy Andover, the MassArt Bakalar and Paine Galleries, and the Kennedy Theatre and Studio Arts Building at Hamilton College.

ANDREA KALIVAS FULTON Deputy Director & Chief Marketing Officer, Denver Art Museum

Fulton is responsible for the Museum’s earned-revenue strategies, including marketing and communications, as well as government affairs and strategic partnerships. She oversees the institution’s technology initiatives and is currently spearheading a master planning and renovation effort for the 1971 Gio Ponti–designed North Building. From 2001 to 2006, Fulton led the communications effort for the Museum’s Daniel Libeskind–designed expansion project. Following the opening of the Hamilton Building, Fulton led marketing and communications for the new campus. She was named a Livingston Fellow by the Bonfils Stanton Foundation in May 2016.

TODD KENNEDY Principal, CCY Architects

Kennedy has led a variety of commercial and residential projects throughout the Intermountain West and is currently involved in the design of custom residences in Aspen, Telluride, and Lake Tahoe. Along with various mixed-use and hospitality projects, his work has been recognized with over a dozen AIA awards including the 2018 AIA10 Award by the AIA Western Mountain Region Council. Kennedy serves on the board of the Tenth Mountain Hut Association and as a member of the Urban Land Institute–Colorado: Resort, Entertainment, Tourism, and Leisure Council.

NED KIRSCHBAUM Technical Design Director, Fentress Architects

Over 40-plus years, Kirschbaum has distinguished himself as an expert in many fields including high-performance building envelope design. He has served as project director for all eight of Fentress Architects’ high-rise buildings in the Arabian Gulf. He was the founding chairman of the Building Enclosure Council–Colorado and served as an Advisory Group member on the National AIA Building Science Knowledge Community. As Technical Design Director at Fentress, Kirschbaum is responsible for the development of the firm’s cutting-edge facades.

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NEIL MEREDITH Associate, MG McGrath

Meredith is a New York City–based architect working at the intersection of technology, fabrication, and construction. Previously, he consulted at Gehry Technologies, specializing in complex geometry and parametric design. He also worked for the facade consulting office Front, and another fabricator, Island Industries. Meredith holds a B.S. and MArch from the University of Michigan. He has taught at Columbia University, the University of Michigan, and New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). Research into ceramic building materials undertaken at the European Ceramic Workcentre (.ekwc) was published in Loose Fit: Experimental Ceramic Building Materials , as well as Transmaterial 3, and is part of the materials database at Material ConneXion.

YUSHIRO OKAMOTO Design Architect, Diller Scofidio + Renfro

Since joining the firm in 2012, Okamoto has worked predominantly on academic and cultural projects, including the Museum of Modern Art Expansion, NY (2019), Tianjin Juilliard School, China (2019), and the University of Sydney Susan Wakil Health Building, Australia (2020). He currently leads the design, facade development, and DS+R construction administration efforts for the US Olympic Museum, Colorado Springs (2020). Originally from Japan, Okamoto received his MArch from MIT with The Arthur Rotch Prize.

CHRIS O’HARA Founding Principal, Studio NYL

O’Hara is facade director for the Skins Group, a division of Studio NYL, specializing in thermal modeling, moisture/condensation analysis, and in-depth detailing. Although recognized for its skins work with cutting-edge glass and glazing, the team also specializes in digitally fabricated metal skins, GFRC, reinforced polymers, stone, ultra-high performance concrete, terra cotta, and traditional precast. O’Hara is currently working on multiple projects in the Boston area.

KARL WOLF Project Manager, Meridian 105

Wolf has consulted with multiple awardwinning designers on a variety of projects, including: Skydance Bridge, Chesapeake Finish Line Tower, Chesapeake Child Development Center, and Chesapeake Car Park 4. At Meridian 105, he heads up the Firehouse Mixed Use project, an adaptive reuse of an 1890s firehouse, and a 110unit mixed-use apartment project in the Highlands neighborhood of Denver. Wolf holds architectural licenses in Colorado and Oklahoma.


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Day 2 Workshops Up to 5 AIA CEUs

Join us Friday, Sept. 13 for Breakfast and Workshops 4 presentations • Up to 5 AIA CEU credits Hilton Garden Inn Denver–Cherry Creek • Room: Morello 600 S Colorado Blvd Denver, CO 80246 Breakfast will be served and up to 5 CEU credits will be provided (1–2 credits per presentation), on Friday, September 13. $40 ENTRY FEE. Registration required. Please see the registration table for more information and to sign up (space permitting).

8:00–8:30 AM 8:30–9:25 AM

Breakfast & Registration Understanding Perimeter Fire Barrier Systems in the Modern Age: Maintaining Integrity in Today’s Complex Backpan Designs PRESENTER:

Eric Lacroix, STI Firestop

9:25–10:20 AM

The High-Performance Benefits of Laminated Glass PRESENTER:

Michael Ondrus, Eastman

10:20–10:40 AM 10:40–11:35 AM

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Networking Break Pattern Mapping for Lasting Design PRESENTER:

Tanner Flynn, Parasoleil

11:35–12:30 PM

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Building the Perfect Envelope with Insulated Metal Panels PRESENTER:

Paul Collyer, Packard Building Envelopes

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Workshop Presenters ERIC LACROIX STI Firestop

TANNER FLYNN Parasoleil

Recognized for his firestop expertise, Lacroix has over 20 years’ experience on complex high-profile projects around the world. He works closely with inspectors, glazing contractors, and curtain wall consultants during the design, fabrication, construction, and installation of curtain wall projects. Previously, Lacroix was the STI Firestop Regional Manager for the Southeastern U.S., Latin America, the Caribbean, South America, and Mexico. MICHAEL ONDRUS Eastman As Architectural Market Manager, Advanced Interlayers for Laminated Glass in the Americas, Ondrus works with architects, specifiers, engineers, consultants, and designers as well as laminating customers, providing advanced yet practical interlayer solutions for laminated glass that meet project-specific performance and aesthetic needs for exterior and interior applications. He has over 25 years’ glass industry marketing and technical experience at the float glass, interlayer, specialty fabricator, and processing levels.

Flynn is the VP of Operations at Parasoleil. As a partner and member of the senior management team, he drives the company culture to ensure quality and service excellence are at the heart of every partnership and project. Prior to joining the firm in 2015, Flynn enjoyed leadership roles with Northern Lights Systems Navigation, Kitchell Contractors/FDI, and Bank of America. PAUL COLLYER Packard Building Envelopes Collyer has over 27 years’ experience working for construction product manufacturers in the insulated metal panel, single element metal cladding, and pre-engineered metal building industry. He has held various positions during his career, including: District Manager, General Sales Manager, V.P. of Sales, Technical Consultant, and Director of Technical Services. His is currently V.P. of Business Development for Metl-Span and Centria (divisions of Cornerstone Building Brands).

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