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Hilton Head, South Carolina March 25- March 27

CEFPI SOUTHEAST REGIONAL CONFERENCE


Welcome to

Hilton Head, South Carolina

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Hilton Head Island is one of the most popular resort destinations in the United States. Settlement began in the 17th century, but the Island was not connected to the mainland until 1956. Offering quality accommodations, championship golf and tennis, 12 miles of beautiful sandy beaches, marinas, nature preserves, and some of the finest shopping and dining in the Southeast, Hilton Head is a great resort for all ages.


President’s Welcome Christina H. Lighthall 2012 President CEFPI Southeast Region

Welcome! On behalf of the CE FPI Southeast Region, welcome to this year’s Annual Southeast Regional Conference. This year's theme is "Seeking New Horizons". The emphasis on teaching and learning and the power that holds for

You will find many activities that will encourage you to think "outside the box" and see what's new on the horizon for education/design. In addition, enjoy those extra curricular activities that will enable you to enjoy and savor the flavor of our beloved South. I hope that you will renew old friendships and acquaintances and make new friends and contacts in the coming days - centered on the very best in educational

students is both enlightening and exciting. Each year

facility design.

architects, educators and planners are pushing the envelope

Welcome to an informative and challenging conference!

with regard to design and curriculum that ensures that all students obtain the very best education in the very

Sincerely,

best learning environments. I am proud to be a part of an organization that puts students FIRST and encourages those individuals/organizations that do the same. The seminars planned during this year's conference will focus on "student centered learning" through facilities design that can only improve student achievement.

Christina H. Lighthall President, CEFPI SE Region Sr. Director, Long Range Planning Wake County Public School System


Table of Contents 04 General Conference Information 05 Schedule-at-a-Glance 06 Hotel Information 08 Keynote Speaker Overview 10 Sponsors 12 Schedule Details 14 Conference Program 24 Conference Floor Layout 25 CEFPI Leadership 26 Thank You


General Conference Information Registration

Dress

• Renovation/Addition (any grade)

Conference Package includes:

Dress for activities is business casual.

• Higher Ed./Special Educational Facility

• All conference materials

Pirate Party - Best dressed pirate costumes will receive a very nice award.

• Proposed Projects

• Admittance to all conference seminars and general sessions • Admittance as noted on the Daily Schedule • Admittance to Exhibit/Trade Shows • Admittance to Exhibition of School Architecture • Admittance to President's Private Reception & Awards Banquet Opening Reception Begins at 6:30 on Sunday night.

(costumes encouraged, not required)

Architectural Exhibits Throughout the conference, we are giving all architects who have submitted a project for the Exhibition of School Architecture show and competition an opportunity to share their projects with colleagues. The categories of the competition are: • New Construction - Elementary (PreK– 5) • New Construction - Middle (6-8) • New Construction - High (9-12)

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Golf Join us at the Shipyard course, The Heritage Collection on Hilton Head Island on Sunday, March 25, 2012, for a round of golf. This is a fabulous golf course at a reduced price. • Registration: 12:00 pm • Shotgun Start: 12:30 pm • Event Format: 4 Person Scramble • Lunch will not be provided


Schedule-at-a-Glance Sunday, March 25, 2012

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

8:00 AM

Conference Registration

7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

Breakfast/Business Meeting

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Board Meeting

9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Conversation Cafe

12:00 PM

Exhibit Set-up

10:30 AM - 11:45 AM

Panel Discussion

12:30 PM

Golf/Tennis Outing

11:45 AM - 12:00 PM

6:30 PM

Opening Reception

Closing Remarks and Box Lunch to go

Monday, March 26, 2012 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

Breakfast – Exhibit Hall

8:45 AM - 10:30 AM

General Opening Session: Welcome and General Announcements

10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Breakout Sessions (Choice of 3)

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM

Awards Luncheon

1:45 PM - 3:00 PM

Breakout Sessions (Choice of 4)

3:15 PM - 4:30 PM

Breakout Sessions (Choice of 3)

7:00 PM

Pirate Party

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Hotel Information:

Crowne Plaza Hilton Head Island Beach Resort Crowne Plaza Hilton Head Island Beach Resort is a special slice of Southern Hospitality set on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean on a unique sea island in South Carolina. We're worlds apart from the hustle and bustle of your daily routine, but close enough for a quick getaway. Located on the Island's convenient south end within a verdant, semi-tropical setting in Shipyard Plantation, an 11-acre oceanfront haven.

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About Trung Le Trung Le is a pioneer of Cannon Design's education practice and has an incessant energy and passion for learning. Le is widely recognized as an advocate for incorporating multiple intelligences and learning styles in the design of education environments. As the lead designer for Cannon Design's education group, he creates spaces that encourage student inquiry and imagination and offer students a sense of what it means to be a part of a global community. It is this design philosophy that has yielded awards from the Chicago, Illinois and national chapters of the American Institute of Architects during his 20 years at Cannon Design. Le's projects have been published in such periodicals as Architectural Record, Contract Design and Edutopia. Le is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences for organizations such as the British Council for School Environments, the Council of Educational Facility Planners International, the AIA Committee on Architecture for Education and the Architecture + Design Education Network. Le sits on the annual thesis project review panel for schools of architecture at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign and Illinois Institute of Technology. Recently, he helped lead a collaboration with Bruce Mau Design that resulted in the publication The Third Teacher, a cabinet of wonders on how design can transform teaching and learning. Le also currently writes for Fast Company's Design Experts' Blog. 8


Keynote

Trung Le, AIA Principal | Practice Leader | The Third Teacher Plus of Cannon Design Toward a Regenerative Learning Ecology When complex global problems require creative thinking... When we are swept into a global culture but simultaneously find our specific, physical locale irreplaceable... When social networks reveal the capacity of and necessity for collaboration... When passionate learning is active, dynamic and happening outside education institutions... When students flourish in the face of challenges that are real and impact the world... When the environments and expectations for learning are identical to those from the Industrial Era... It is time to change the conversation about learning. It is time to transform our understanding of teaching and learning. It is time for a holistic consideration that creates a new ecology of living, growing and learning for our children.

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Silver level Sponsors

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bRONZE Sponsors


Exhibitors

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Schedule Details Sunday, March 25, 2012 8:00 AM

Conference Registration

12:00 PM

Exhibit Set-up

12:30 PM

Golf/Tennis Outing

6:30 PM

Opening Reception

Awards Luncheon

1:45 PM - 3:00 PM

Breakout Sessions (Choice of 4)

• 2011 Architectural Award Winners – Salon A • 2011 Architectural Award Winners – Crystal Ballroom • Flexible Learning Environments: A Presentation on the Design and Theory of Elementary 19 for Richland School District Two – Salon B • "Smarter Schools" – How evidence based design has improved buildings for learning – Salon C

Monday, March 26, 2012 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

Breakfast – Exhibit Hall

3:15 PM - 4:30 PM

8:45 AM - 10:30 AM

General Opening Session: Welcome and General Announcements

• New CEFPI Chapter and Regional Board Member Training – Salon A

10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Breakout Sessions (Choice of 3)

• Student-Centered Learning Environments using the Building as a Teaching Tool – Salon A • Adaptive Re-Use for Student Centered Learning – Salon B • Collaborative Design for Collaborative Education: Non Traditional HS Design for Montgomery, AL – Salon C

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12:15 PM - 1:15 PM

Breakout Sessions (Choice of 3)

• The Immersive Learning Space – Salon B • Planning and Design Strategies for 21st Century Middle Schools – Salon C

7:00 PM

Pirate Party


Tuesday, March 27, 2012 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

Breakfast/Business Meeting

9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Conversation Cafe

10:30 AM - 11:45 AM

Panel Discussion

11:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Closing Remarks and Box Lunch to go


Student Centered Learning Environments using the Building as a Teaching Tool Date/Time: March 26, 10:45 AM Location: Salon A To be truly successful, a Student-Centered Learning Environment project must be addressed in its entirety, not just one or two of its many pieces. This session will endeavor to define and address each of the facets that make up a successful project. The facets include developing the initial vision for the exciting new learning environment, engaging the public and organizing a successful campaign, designing a truly innovative facility that encompasses the necessary solutions, planning, executing and managing the construction process, assuring the facility is complete, safe and fully operational for the students, faculty and staff to occupy and that is just the beginning - to make the school truly successful it must be an environment that encourages learning. This session will use Marshall County’s LEED Schools; Hilltop Elementary and the New Cameron High School project as the crucible for exploring how the built environment can help drive the learning process by addressing solutions to real word problems. Addressing the topics will be the professionals that were directly involved in the project design construction and curriculum development. Thom Worlledge – McKinley & Associates Mark Swiger – Marshall County Schools

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Notes....


Flexible Learning Environments: A Presentation on the Design and Theory of Elementary 19 for Richland School District Two Date/Time: March 26, 10:45 AM Location: Salon B

Notes....

Elementary 19 is the first school in Richland School District Two built under the new Superintendent Dr. Katie Brochu. Dr. Brochu brought with her new concepts and ideas for the design and curriculum of educational spaces. Luke McCary the project Architect with Stevens and Wilkinson and Dr. Brochu will lead the interactive presentation discussing the evolution in program and design based on the revised curriculum and teaching methods planned for the school. The floor plan features spaces that allow for a variety of teaching methods in large and small group settings. The design is centered around 4 pods that function as smaller schools within the 750 student population. Each pod focuses around a large central commons and can contain a mixture of grade levels pre-k through 5. The project is targeted as LEED Silver and is set to be under construction shortly. Luke McCary, AIA – Stevens & Wilkinson Dr. Katie Brochu – Superintendent, Richland School District Two

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Collaborative Design for Collaborative Education: Non Traditional High School Design for Montgomery Alabama Date/Time: March 26, 10:45 AM Location: Salon C In 2005 Montgomery Public Schools developed a comprehensive Facility Master plan which was updated in 2010 and a program developed to include the construction of a new high school for east Montgomery which does not have a high school and a majority of the students either attend a magnet school or various private schools. This session will discuss the planning and issues of developing a new high school program which is attractive to potential students while fitting in well with the new urbanism developments located in its attendance area. The new high school is being designed to physically illustrate the 21st Century learning concepts adopted by the Montgomery public School system. The Superintendent of Education, Ms. Thompson will provide insight into the educational goals of the project and discuss the hurdles involved in reaching consensus within the community. The architect, Mr. Lynn will discuss how the traditional high school design in Montgomery has been reinvented from the ground up to enhance the learning concepts Montgomery Public Schools are implementing. Freddie Lynn Jr. AIA – Goodwyn, Mills, and Cawood, Inc. Barbara W. Thompson – Superintendent, Montgomery Public Schools

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2011 Architectural Award Winners Date/Time: March 26, 1:30 PM Come and learn more about the outstanding educational facilities that were recognized at the 2011 CEFPI-SE Conference. Location:

Notes....

Salon A

Renovation/Addition Eastern High School District of Columbia Public Schools | Washington, DC Fanning Howey Proposed Project Rolesville High School Wake County Public School System | Rolesville, North Carolina RATIO Architects Location: Crystal Ballroom New Construction Glen Allen High School Henrico County Schools | Henrico County, Virginia James McCalla - Moseley Architects Higher Education, Special Educational Facility or Unique Grade Structure Hunter B. Andrews PK-8 School Hampton Public Schools | Hampton, Virginia James McCalla - Moseley Architects

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Adaptive Re-Use for Student-Centered Learning Date/Time: March 26, 1:30 PM Location: Salon B Learning is far more complicated than once thought, but far simpler than commonly presumed. It involves so much more than curriculum and test results. Now that the economy has left so many office buildings, warehouses and strip shopping centers empty or at reduced market value there are unique opportunities for school districts. We will provide examples of past projects and how we created unique learning spaces out of old buildings. A prime example is the New North Atlanta High School being adaptively reused from an eleven story office building formally occupied by IBM. This new high school will contain four Small Learning Communities occupying the top eight floors of the building. We will address the spatial relationships and how each learning community will contain communicating spaces as part of the learning approach. As well, common spaces are being designed with the understanding that learning often takes place outside the classroom. Not forgetting the traditional classrooms, laboratories, studios and seminar spaces we will also discuss these spaces with regard to flexibility and how learning is a product of the entire facility and surrounding environment. Bob Just – Cooper Carry Inc.

Jeff Fincher – Copper Carry Inc Jere Smith – Atlanta Public Schools

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“Smarter Schools” – How Evidence Based Design has Improved Buildings for Learning Date/Time: March 26, 1:30 PM Location: Salon C This presentation seeks to offer a brief history into the development of the school building from its early years to its current state in the 21st century and the factors that impact its design, most notably a student centered approach to teaching. The presentation will address various teaching methodologies over the past 75 years and examine the resulting architecture that those methodologies sparked. Evidence based design is a phrase that applies to any process which takes cues from past experiences and embeds those lessons learned into the design itself. No building type offers more examples of evidence based design opportunities than schools, and with the advent of new materials, new technology, and new building systems the opportunities are very exciting. Collaborative, problem solving, engagement, interdisciplinary are all words that describe the new learning landscape. The schools of the future need to embrace this direction in order to capture the energy of today’s student.

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John Poelker – Perkins+Will Charles Wilson – Bulloch County Schools

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CEFPI-SE New Regional and Chapter Officer Training and Orientation Date/Time: March 26, 3:00 PM Location: Salon A Many times new chapter and regional board members are elected but do not have an understanding of the responsibilities of their office, bylaw requirements, and the relationship between State, Regional, and International organizations. CEFPI-SE suggests all new chapter and board members would benefit from attending this session which will include overview of office responsibilities and tools available from CEFPI International. We will also discuss “best practices” as they apply to each Chapter. Plan to attend for acquiring information regarding your new position and how to assist CEFPI-SE and your chapter in becoming better organizations. Jim Copeland, AIA, REFP – Moseley Architects. Carla Terian – CEFPI

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The Immersive LearningScape Date/Time: March 26, 3:00 PM Location: Salon B In an increasingly flattening world, a heightened focus on providing an outstanding 21st century education will be the differentiator in how we compete on a global scale. How will we holistically teach students; allowing them to experience new learning methodologies and embrace the world as an accessible, transposable knowledge environment? The classroom must give way to the LearningScape: a combination of spaces that together make a landscape for various ways of scholarship and multiple opportunities for size-specific learning. The Immersive LearningScape of the future will be centered on authentic, experiential learning to create a classroom environment where students are able to Think, Create, Discover, Impart and Exchange through various interaction levels with other students, teachers, professors and mentors ‌ whether they are in the same room or across the world.

Notes....

Tomas Jimenez-Eliaeson - Little

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Planning and Design Strategies for 21st Century Middle Schools Date/Time: March 26, 3:00 PM Location: Salon C When the new Colonel Smith Middle School Complex opens in 2012, it will be one of the country's most progressive examples of a collaborative and technology-based learning environment for middle school students. This presentation shows how the client's dynamic vision, combined with a truly integrated planning and design process, will result in a high-tech, flexible, and sustainable 21st century learning environment. From the beginning, the client, Fort Huachuca Accommodation School District, expressed the desire to implement a STEM curriculum with a focus on project-based, interdisciplinary instruction. A collaborative approach that brought all disciplines to the table from day one greatly enhanced this effort. Hand-held technology, cloud computing, flexible furniture and furnishings, and Net Zero Energy Building strategies are just a few of the elements used to achieve a student-focused planning and design solution that can be applied to new or renovated middle schools across the country. Michael Hall, AIA, REFP, LEED AP – Fanning Howey

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NEW DIRECTIONS, or better stated … Now What? Panel Discussion Date/Time: March 27, 10:30AM Location: Exhibit/Meeting Hall In recognition of the large scale changes impacting educational organizations (economy, instruction practice, technology, etc …) over the last few years, the CEFPI-SE Region 2011 Strategic Plan created a focus group to identify the variables in the new directions occurring in the marketplace. Come and participate in this panel discussion to assist the sub-committee identify the areas and issues where our constituency would benefit from CEFPI-SE developing awareness and expertise. Topics could include Community Use of Schools, Changing Requirements of Core Space, Innovative Collaboration for Silo Organizations, Assessing Benefits of Design Innovations (Technology); Business Teams (Project Team Building), Temporary Space (mobile, swing, alternate, recovery, etc…) among a few. This is your chance to assist in defining the specific areas of interest the Region will intentionally focus on over the next few years, providing valuable benefits to our public and private members.

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Co-Chairs: Andy LaRowe, Guilford County Schools, Greensboro, NC Don Van Ollefen, Design Collective, Durham, NC

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Conference Floor Layout

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CEFPI Leadership Board of Directors

Board Members:

State Directors:

chapter presidents:

President

Membership Chairman

Georgia State Director

Georgia

Christina Lighthall

James N. Copeland, AIA, REFP

Mike Satterfield

Ted Gilbert

Wake County Public Schools

MOSELEY ARCHITECTS

Fayette County Public Schools

Clarke County School District

President- Elect

Bylaws Chairman

Kentucky State Director

North Carolina

Ray Maher

Howard Collins

Michael Mulheirn, FCIOB, REFP

Robert Sotolongo

Brantley Construction

Waller, Todd & Sadler

Jefferson County Public Schools

DTW Architects and Planners

First Vice-President

Architects, Inc.

North Carolina State Director

LTD

Roger Leeson

South Carolina

Glenn E. Meeks Meeks Educational Technologies

International Board

North Carolina Dept of Public

Doug Quackenbush

Secretary

Member - SE Region

Instruction - School Planning

Quackenbush Architects +

William S. Bradley

R. Wayne Roberts, AIA, REFP

South Carolina State Director

Planners, LLC

SHW Group LLP

Executive Director/Principal

Mary Beth Branham

Virginia

Treasurer

Fanning Howey

LS3P Associates LTD

Doug Westmoreland

Cynthia Owens Richardson,

Raleigh, NC

Tennessee State Director

MOSELEY ARCHITECTS

REFP

Phone: 919.831.1831

Ken Swann

Tennessee

Chesterfield County Public

International Chair Elect

Pinnacle Construction

Dale Randels

Schools

David M. Waggoner

Partners LLC

Pinnacle Construction Partners,

Past President

Vice President

Virginia State Director

LLC

Michael Hall, AIA, REFP,

Heery International, Inc.

Maureen Hannan

Kentucky

LEED AP

Raleigh, NC

Prince William County Schools

Ron Murrell

Fanning Howey

Phone: 919.838.6755

RossTarrant Archiects, Inc.

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Special Thanks To Ray Maher

Brantley Construction

Hotel Liaison, Entertainment, Tennis

Glenn Meeks Meeks Technologies

Program, Speakers

Lakisha Johnson

Fanning Howey

Program Design

Walter Bruch D.H.

Bruch Markteing, Inc. Trade Show

Vijay Ramnarain

Virginia Department of Education

Architectural Exhibits

Michael Hall

Fanning Howey

Historical Knowledge

Doug Westmoreland Moseley Architects Golf Tournament Peter Finsen Georgia/Carolinas PCI Golf Tournament Michael Mulheirn

Jefferson County Public Schools

Wayne Roberts

Fanning Howey Event Photography

Planner of the Year

Mary Beth Branham LS3P Associates LTD Conference Signage

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CEFPI 2012 Southeast Conference Booklet