Facades+ Los Angeles 2022

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Los Angeles

November 3+4, 2022

Earn up to 12 AIA HSW CEUs

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Welcome to Facades+ Los Angeles!

The Architect’s Newspaper is celebrating our 10th year of Facades+ conferences and we are thrilled to welcome both new attendees and longtime supporters to the program’s dynamic dialogue. We strive to bring fresh and relevant programming to each city and are ecstatic to be able to do so again in Los Angeles. We’ve got an exceptional group of projects for you to learn about today.

Facades+ Los Angeles brings together top professionals from the worlds of design, engineering, fabrication, and construction to consider how high-performance envelopes are evolving and transforming the built environment and respond to evolving codes, green standards like NZE, materials and technologies, and changing client expectations.

I’d like to thank our conference Co-Chairs, Adaeze Cadet, David Frey, and their team at HOK Los Angeles who have brought together this amazing program of design leaders. We invite you to connect with presenters and your peers during networking breaks in the Methods+Materials Gallery.

Please get to know the industry-leading sponsors in the Methods+Materials Gallery and learn how they shape the future of building-facade technologies.

Has Facades+ struck a chord with you? Have a look at our upcoming events held in cities across the country. Facades+ heads to Seattle next. Visit The Architect’s Newspaper website to learn more about our other events and more opportunities to earn your CEUs.

We are eager to hear from you about how we might improve the Facades+ experience. Talk to us. And please spread the word—help us to continue to grow the Facades+ dialogue and community.


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David leads the technical direction and development of projects designed in HOK’s Los Angeles studio. This includes initiating, developing and monitoring methods of technical production, technical content, quality assurance and construction phase services. He also is a member of the firm’s technical board working to improve project delivery standards and protocols. Over the past three decades, David has provided technical leadership and innovative project delivery methods on many significant projects in California and worldwide. He has special expertise in the design of high-performance building facades.

As design principal, Adaeze provides leadership for projects in HOK’s Los Angeles studio. She is a member of the firm’s board of directors and design board. Adaeze has 17 years of experience working in all phases of architecture on innovative projects throughout the West Coast. Before moving to Los Angeles in 2013, she worked in San Francisco and Dallas. She is active in the SoCal NOMA chapter and often mentors architecture and interior design students.



Founder / Taller Mauricio Rocha Mauricio Rocha is one of the leaders of the contemporary generation of architects who have been instrumental in re-making Mexico City. Rocha is known for a wide range of buildings, installations and architecture-based interventions, including the San Pablo Oztotepec Market, the Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired, and the House for Abandoned Children. Through the work of his Taller de Arquitectura and his teaching at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and throughout Latin America and North America, Rocha’s concepts of form, composition and material have deeply influenced a generation of architects and urbanists. Rocha’s work establishes a deep commitment to sustainability — he explores local materials and traditional labor practices — and that his work has a profound connection to context.

8:00 AM PST Check-in & Breakfast Methods + Materials Gallery 9:30 AM Welcome Adaeze Cadet | HOK Co-Chair Dionne Darling | The Architect’s Newspaper 9:45 AM Platinum Presenting Partner Welcome Steve Schohan | YKK AP 9:50 AM Civic Perspective Mic Patterson | Facade Tectonics Institute 10:10 AM SPOTLIGHT | Classical Performance Through Modern Computation Paul Woolford | HOK Sean Quinn | HOK David Frey | HOK Co-Chair 10:50 AM Methods & Materials Presentation Russell Williams | YKK AP 11:00 AM Networking Break Methods + Materials Gallery 11:30AM PANEL | Drawdown: The Decarbonization and Optimization of the Building Envelope Patrick Chopson | cove.tool Anne Cotter | ZGF Architects Jennifer Hoover | Hensel Phelps Forrest Zhang | HOK Moderator 12:30PM PANEL | Fabrication Futures: Advances in Materials for Building Envelope Excellence Bob Zhang | North Glass Erin Gosende Lindsay | EQUITONE Joe Fitzpatrick | ARCHITYPE Aaron Seward | The Architect’s Newspaper Moderator 1:00 PM Complimentary Networking Lunch Methods+Materials Gallery Break Earn up to 12 HSW CEUS 6 Facades+ LA 2:00 PM Platinum Presenting Partner Welcome Trevor Hall | Vitro 2:05 PM KEYNOTE | Context & Materiality: The Work of Mauricio Rocha Mauricio Rocha | Taller Mauricio Rocha Aaron Seward | The Architect’s Newspaper 3:00 PM Networking Break Methods + Materials Gallery 3:25 PM PANEL | Mass Timber in California: Climate Conscious Facades Thomas Robinson | LEVER Architecture Joe O’Neill | Cannon Design Craig Booth | Yazdani Studio—Cannon Design Frank Cauthen | HOK Moderator 4:25 PM SPOTLIGHT | Delegated Design: Realizing Google Bay View Chris McAnneny | Heatherwick Studio Anthony E. Birchler PE | ZAHNER Tim Fuller | ARUP David Frey | HOK Co-Chair 4:55 PM Closing Remarks Dionne Darling | The Architect’s Newspaper David Frey | HOK 5 7PM Cocktail Reception WIFI NETWORK: MarriottBonvoy_conference PASSWORD: ARCADIA! AGENDATHURSDAY NOVEMBER 3 SCAN TO JOIN WI-FI

PATRICK CHOPSON Co-Founder / cove.tool

Focusing on the crossover between architecture and technology, Patrick Chopson leads cove.tool, a web-based design software for buildings using machine learning and automation to drive decision making. As Co-Founder, he oversees product development and research. A graduate of Georgia Tech with a Master’s in High Performance Buildings, he is a licensed architect with over 17 years of experience in architecture, research, and mechanical engineering firms. Prior to cove.tool, he co-founded a successful building performance consulting firm Pattern r+d. He is featured in multiple publications include Architect Magazine, Tech Crunch, Site Selection, ArchDaily, and more.


Computational Lead, Research & Development / ZAHNER

Nathan Barnes is the Computational Lead at ZAHNER. He has a background in architectural fabrication through programmatic mass customization. He is passionate about encapsulating solutions to problems through technological solutions. Additionally, he has a passion for fostering an inquisitive culture around him. Nathan holds a master’s degree in architecture from UTA with an emphasis on digital fabrication. His current research is centered around developing software and hardware improvements to nudge forward fabrication capabilities.

ANTHONY E. BIRCHLER Vice President Sales Engineering / ZAHNER

Birchler’s 38 years of professional experience in all aspects of facades is well respected. He consults and collaborates with Owners, Architects, Engineers, and Construction Managers to develop bespoke complex metal façade solutions utilizing ZAHNER Assist methods. He is a key member of multiple ZAHNER teams. Since 1997, he has been responsible for the design and implementation of many of the patented systems used to complete bold architecture throughout the world. Birchler earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from The University of Missouri-Rolla.


CRAIG BOOTH Principal / Yazdani Studio— Cannon Design

With 37 years of diverse architectural experience and the last 26 years being collaborative in the design and execution of all Yazdani Studio projects. As an integral design leader, he establishes a clear design vision and is capable of project execution from conceptual design through project completion. His work combines experimental design with a mature resolution of pragmatic requirements, along with a high degree of technical expertise.

NICK CAMERON, AIA, Principal / Perkins&Will

As Perkins&Will’s Director of Digital Practice, Nick takes a big-picture approach to his work, and employs a thorough understanding of how the digital practice enhances and completes the design process. Having spent the first part of his career as a designer, he now views his work as an opportunity to work alongside design teams to put the finishing touches on projects.


Frank is a performance-oriented designer focused on innovative solutions to complex problems made possible by emerging technologies. By leveraging over 15 years of experience across a broad range of project types, including the Hamad International Airport in Doha, Qatar and several net-zero facilities buildings in San Diego, Frank delivers spaces that balance performance, cost, and environmental concerns for his clients.

SAGAR CHAVAN Sr. Associate / SLAM Collaborative

Sagar has experience as a designer and project manager. Since joining the firm, he has worked on numerous projects for the County of Los Angeles, City of Los Angeles, Kaiser Permanente, University of Southern California, UCLA, City of Hope, Disney, Northrop Grumman and Mattel. Sagar’s experience includes recreation projects, medical office buildings, laboratories, academic buildings, high-rise residential projects, largescale tenant improvement work, campus planning, urban design and master planning.

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ANNE COTTER Principal / ZGF Architects

Anne Cotter has 33 years of experience in the planning, design, and management of a wide variety of complex projects, ranging from hospitality, mixed-use, and residential to civic, educational, and healthcare facilities. She is responsible for all phases of project development, including initial client interactions, contract negotiation, code research, entitlement approvals, and Schematic Design through on-site Construction Administration. Her personal passion for sustainability underscores her well-versed expertise in delivering green design solutions across typologies. Anne holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University.


Principal – Senior Project Engineer / RDH

Megan Cross-Wilkinson is an Associate, Building Science Engineer in San Francisco Bay Area with 9+ years of experience. She works on new construction, existing building rehabilitation, and forensics/litigation projects. Her experience ranges from façade design for high-rise unitized curtain wall to large re-cladding projects for existing woodframed structures. She is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of Washington and is the Past President of the Northern California Chapter of the International Institute of Building Envelope Consultants (IIBEC). She holds at BASc in Honours Environmental Engineering from the University of Waterloo.


Digital Practice Manager / Perkins&Will

As Digital Practice Manager for Computational Design, Luc brings a programmer’s rigor and designer’s creativity to every area of Perkins+Will’s diverse practice, giving designers new tools to create more sophisticated designs. Trained as an architect, his portfolio now encompasses a wide range of scales and disciplines, from robotic fabrication to environmental simulation and responsive parametric design. Luc’s work pushes at the boundaries of technology and creativity.


Senior Project Manager / Swinerton Builders

Jared is a Senior Project Manager at Swinerton leading construction projects across heathcare and other sectors.

EFRIE ESCOTT Principal / KieranTimberlake

Efrie Escott investigates materials, ecosystems, and digital technologies as a Principal in the KieranTimberlake Research Group, translating data-driven research into building design. She was a core member of the development team for Tally, the founder of Philadelphia’s Dynamo User Group, and a member of the USGBC Materials and Resources Technical Advisory Group. She lectures internationally about environmental research and teaches at the University of Pennsylvania.


With an education in architecture and business management, a background in project management, decades of experience in creative design, strategy for companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500, and a passion for all things architecture and design, Joe serves as a consultant/advisor to architects, owners, and contractors all seeking expertise in achieving their architectural design visions through advanced manufacturers and cutting-edge solutions providers.


Design Director / Gensler

Joining Gensler in 2010, Brian Fraumeni’s expertise includes hospitality, mixed use and campuses & headquarters. He is a core project and technical designer for projects including Westin DIA Hotel and Transit Center, ITC One Colombo Hotel and Residences, and City of Hope Administrative Office Building. Brian has presented at conferences hosted by USC, Facade Tectonics, Autodesk, SCIArc, and Los Angeles Harbor.


Senior Engineer / ARUP

Tim Fuller is a Senior Engineer in the ARUP’s Façade Engineering group where he specializes in façade structural engineering, building envelope physics, and materials. Tim has recently contributed to the design and delivery of several prominent projects in the Seattle metropolitan area, in addition to wide-ranging projects throughout Asia, the Middle East, Mexico, Brazil, and the United States.

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Erin has spent the past 20 years representing manufactures within the architectural community. The last 10 have been in Los Angeles with an emphasis in façade materials.


President / Willis Construction

For 35 years, Mark Hildebrand has worked on the design, engineering, fabrication and installation on scores of architectural precast, GFRC and thinshell panel systems for projects in California. Some of the notable recent projects are The Broad Museum in L.A., The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Geffen Theater, and the Loma Linda University Medical Center Tower. Mark is a registered civil engineer and has worked with Willis Construction since 1986. He currently serves as the President of Willis.


Area Superintendent / Hensel Phelps

In her position as Area Superintendent, Hoover is highly skilled at supervising and coordinating work activities for Hensel Phelps’ employees, as well as our trade partners. Her knowledge of production, purchasing, equipment and scheduling distinguish her as a top-to bottom leader. She has developed an exceptional safety culture, is conversant in MEP Coordination, cost control, quality and management skills from her vast experience on a myriad of project types, and is thoroughly knowledgeable of building codes, permitting, and other regulatory processes. She brings effective management and efficient organization to the day-to-day onsite administration to each project to which she is assigned.

KATIE HORAK Principal / Architectural Resources Group

Katie Horak is a Los Angeles-area native and Principal in ARG’s Los Angeles office. She has nearly twenty years’ experience in the field of historic resource management in both the public and private sectors. Katie is a recognized leader in the industry, bringing creative and innovative solutions to complex issues related to historic site documentation, preservation policy and approvals processes, heritage management and interpretation, and adaptive re-use.


SOM IEMPINYO Sr. Associate / Gensler

Som is a registered architect, with B.Arch, M.Arch degrees and over 16 years of experience working in the architectural field. She has been providing valuable project support on a wide-range of projects from pursuing the project to the final product delivery which has prepared her to work efficiently in a variety of roles.


Researcher / Miller Hull Partnership

Alex Ianchenko works as a researcher and designer with the Miller Hull Partnership in Seattle. Her passion for data management and visualization informs her ongoing work in whole-building life cycle assessment, building performance forecasting, and mapping. Today, Alex is dedicated to applying her background to climate advocacy as the regional lead of Carbon Leadership Forum – Seattle.


Senior Facade Engineer / ARUP

Irene Pau Martin is an Associate at ARUP with an Environmental and Mechanical Engineering background. She leads the Building Envelope Physics sub-discipline within the Americas Region and co-leads the Los Angeles Facades team. Having worked in London and Los Angeles, Irene has 16 years of experience on international projects ranging from historic buildings to new-build museums and office towers. Her passion for environmental considerations and occupant comfort has led her to advocate for thoughtful envelope designs that balance architectural delight with responsible resource consumption, particularly that of carbon and energy.


Associate / Architectural Resources Group

Lindsey Miller is an architect with over 13 years of architectural experience, with a focus on the rehabilitation of historic buildings and sites. Her experience includes developing planning and management strategies for historic properties through feasibility studies and historic reports, design development for rehabilitation projects, and developing construction documents and providing construction administration for work on historic buildings.

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CHRIS MCANNENY Sr. Associate / Heatherwick Studio

Chris McAnneny is an Associate with Heatherwick Studios and was project architect on the Google Bayview Campus. Previously, he was an Project Architect at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and ARUP. He holds a MArch from Columbia GSAPP.


Senior Principal / IMEG

Edwin has been practicing structural engineering for more than 20 years. He has led the design and analysis of several billion dollars in new building construction as well as seismic retrofit of existing buildings in sectors including but not limited to: healthcare, education, essential facilities, public and residential buildings. He also has extensive experience in alternate project delivery approaches such as Design-Build, Integrated Project Delivery (IPD), Public Private Partnership (P3), Design Assist, and Lean Delivery Approach. His leadership role allows him to actively participate in all stages of projects from project negotiation until the end of construction.


Senior Vice President / Cannon Design

Joseph possesses more than 37 years of architectural experience, he is a highly innovative, well-rounded architect with expertise in design development, construction documents, and exterior wall detailing. As a technical architect with design sensitivity, Joseph is a primarily focuses on exterior envelope design. He also serves as the Quality Leader responsible for quality control of our technical documents.


Senior Principal / IMEG

Bob’s vast engineering experience includes designing, budgeting, overseeing production, and construction administration in a variety of markets including healthcare, university, government, justice, aerospace, and housing. Bob specializes in the design and construction of central plants including cogeneration; upgrading of various mechanical equipment and systems; and comprehensive master planning and infrastructure assessments. In addition to his LEED AP accreditation he is an Associate DBIA and a mechanical engineering graduate of the University of Southern California.

ADAM PADUA Sr. Associate / Moore Ruble Yudell

Adam Padua is a Senior Associate and project manager at Moore Ruble Yudell. Adam’s projects include Horace Mann School, San Jose and Steger Center at the University of Cincinnati which garnered two National AIA Design Awards and two National AIA Committee for Architecture in Education Design Awards, and projects at University of Virginia; Washington University in Saint Louis, UCLA and UCSD. Adam is an associate member of the American Institute of Architects, SCUP and a LEED® Accredited professional.

MIC PATTERSON PHD, LEED AP Ambassador of Innovation & Collaboration / Facade Tectonics Institute

Mic Patterson is a designer, researcher, educator, futurist, author, photographer and entrepreneur. He has concentrated his professional and academic career on advanced facade technology and sustainable building practices. He pioneered the introduction of structural glass facade technology in the United States in the 1990s, implementing diverse and novel applications including cable trusses, cable nets and grid shells. Patterson was among the founding group of the Advanced Technology Studio of Enclos, where he works as the Vice President of Strategic Development. He is a co-founder of the Facade Tectonics Institute and serves on the steering committee, and co-founder of the Facades+ conference series. He is on the technical research committee for GlassCon Global and a member of the Advisor Group for the Council for Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.

SEAN QUINN Director of Regenerative Design / HOK

Sean Quinn leads the Regenerative Design practice for HOK leveraging natural systems and building technology to enhance development as a steward of the environment. Based in San Francisco, he works across the firm’s broad portfolio of local, regional and international projects to establish positive performance strategies. He seeks common solutions to the complex problems of the day through design efforts that achieve significant environmental, health and resilient enhancements while striving beyond carbon neutrality. With 19 years of architectural experience focused on sustainable design, Sean has led and assisted the design of projects across all typologies through North America, Europe, Africa, Middle-East and Asia.

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THOMAS ROBINSON, AIA Founding Principal / LEVER Architecture

Thomas Robinson is the Founder of LEVER Architecture, a design practice based in Portland, Oregon that is dedicated to the creation of buildings that elevate human experience. The firm works closely with missiondriven clients and has a body of built work that includes student housing for the Pacific Northwest College of Art, campus planning and design for leading entertainment companies, and the L’Angolo Estate Winery. LEVER is nationally recognized for material innovation and pioneering work with mass timber construction.


Sr. Preconstruction Manager / Clark Pacific

With over 30 years of experience in the precast construction industry, Scott started his career in General Contracting with Gate Precast as a project manager, and later, Director of Sales and Marketing and Head of Pre-Construction. In 2021, Scott joined Clark Pacific as the Senior Manager of Pre-Construction for Southern California. Personally, Scott is a licensed pilot and has kayaked over 100 miles. As an avid climber, Scott has climbed 14 mountains in the Rockies.


Computational Designer / Perkins&Will

Mario Romero is a computational designer and digital practice manager at Perkins&Will. His work primarily deals in the melding of technology and architecture including robotics, Digital\physical interface design, Digital fabrication (in specific, 3D printing), Modular building automation & intelligence. Mario previously worked at AS+GG in Chicago and holds a BArch from University of Illinois Chicago.


Climate Strategist / EHDD

Jack Rusk is a Climate Strategist for EHDD, an architecture firm with offices in San Francisco and Seattle. In addition to his involvement in the firm’s design and planning projects, Rusk the lead technical developer of EHDD’s EPIC tool. In the last few years, Rusk presented research at the International Mass Timber Conference, applied machine learning and remote sensing techniques to model how urbanization is changing people’s exposure to natural hazards in mountainous areas. He has written articles for a number of architecture publications and peer-reviewed research journals.


SEAN SCOTT Sr. Associate / Ankrom Moisan

With 26 years of experience working as an enclosure focused Architect, Building Scientist, and University of Oregon Professor, Sean Scott has made a habit of contributing to the building industry field of knowledge and educating the industry regarding enclosures. He is known as a “process-driven” high value member of the enclosure field in the Pacific North West. With his clear, concise communication style, Sean leads his firm of almost 300 staff for enclosures through consulting, research, and education. Sean’s has served on the Portland Building Enclosure Council, and was an enclosure professor at the University of Oregon.


Director-Product Application & Development / EXTECH

Kevin Smith leads the EXTECH team in the design and customization of daylighting and other façade technologies, and oversees projects from concept through implementation. He previously worked for the Port Authority of Allegheny County (one of the largest mass transit providers in Pennsylvania) and William Pleva Architects. Kevin has over 33 years of experience managing projects through the design, award, and construction phases. He is a Registered Architect in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University.

FELIX WEBER Facade Specialist / RDH

As a Façade Specialist, Felix has a deep knowledge in complex façade and glass design. He is a highly creative engineer and experienced team leader with over 15 years of experience in façade consulting and structural engineering. He enjoys designing structures and façades influenced by individual materials or products. He has worked with many cladding types and specializes in structural facades, structural glass, complex geometry structures, and uncommon building materials such as ETFE and fiber-reinforced polymers.

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BRIAN WICKERSHAM Founding Partner / AUX Architecture

Brian Wickersham, AIA, is the founding partner of AUX Architecture. With more than twenty years of experience, he creates meaningful spaces that promote creativity and community. AUX Architecture’s diverse body of work includes award-winning residential and multifamily homes, retail environments, art galleries, and education and cultural arts centers. Notable projects include the Saddle Peak Residence, which uses natural materials and sustainable approaches to connect the house to the surrounding landscape, and the luminous, community minded

Glorya Kaufman Performing Arts Center at Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services. A native of the Pacific Northwest, Brian strives to mitigate architecture’s impact on the environment. He integrates care and sustainability into all aspects of the studio. He is a licensed architect in California and Nevada, NCARB certified, and a LEED Accredited Professional..


As the design principal for HOK’s San Francisco studio and member of the firm’s global design board, Paul leads interdisciplinary teams of architects, engineers, interior designers and landscape architects. He has focused his entire career on rethinking

BOB ZHANG Sales Director | North America / North Glass

Bob is the Sales Director of Tianjin Northglass for North America, the leading fabricator of specialty and oversized architectural glass for the global construction industry. Bob has many years of experience working with Quality Control department. Bob was the project manager for Apple Park project in Cupertino, supporting the design team on the glass selection for Apple’s new headquarters.


Forrest is an Associate in HOK’s structural engineering group in San Francisco. He has a particular passion for architecturally driven projects where there are opportunities to meld rigorous analysis with constructible design. He has recently taken an interest in how a building’s structure and enclosure impact the embodied carbon of buildings and is excited on working towards reductions to hit HOK’s commitment to the SE2050 challenge.

Powered by 9:05 AM Glass for Enhanced Building Design Kyle Sword | Pilkington 10:05 AM Advances in Structural Glass Megan Cross-Wilkinson | RDH Felix Weber | RDH 11:05 AM No Half Measures: How a Whole Carbon Perspective Informs Facade Design Jack Rusk | EHDD Efrie Escott | KieranTimberlake Alex Ianchenko | Miller Hull Partnership 12:05 PM Digital Collaboration and Instant Iteration Nick Cameron | Perkins&Will Luc Deckinga | Perksin&Will Mario Romero | Perkins&Will Nathan Barnes | ZAHNER Materiality, Methods, and Measurement Reaching Sustainability Goals & Optimization Reaching Sustainability Goals & Optimization Powered by 9:05 AM Design Considerations for a Resilient, Sustainable and Prefabricated Facade Solution Scott Robinson | Clark Pacific 10:05 AM Navigating Complexities and Creative Exterior Transformation of Large Facilities Sagar Chavan | SLAM Collaborative Bob Okajima | IMEG Corp Edwin Najarian | IMEG Jared Delatorre | Swinerton Builders 11:05 AM Two Sides to Sustainability & High-performance: The Belardi Family Pavilion at City of Hope Brian Fraumeni | Gensler Som Iempinyo | Gensler TRACK A TRACK B TRACK C Facades+ LA 13 AGENDA Powered by 9:05 AM Advanced Perimeter Fire Containment Systems for Galvanized Backpan Assemblies Michael Zanotelli | STI Firestop 10:05 AM Brutalism Rebuilt: Reviving UCSD’s Humanities & Social Sciences Building Katie Horak | Architectural Resources Group Lindsey Miller | Architectural Resources Group Adam Padua | Moore Ruble Yudell Mark Hildebrand | Willis Construction 11:05 AM Adhered Masonry and Seismic Testing: A New Approach Sean Scott | Ankrom Moisan 12:05 PM Not Your Grandad’s Polycarbonate: A Case Study of the Material in a Performing Arts Building Brian Wickersham | AUX Architecture Kevin Smith | EXTECH FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4

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