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Like the best aerial walkers, we must be technically proficient, we must carry the vision, and we must be graceful.

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Balance: Engaging the Immediate and Extending the Context Balance is fundamental. Much of our value to society centers in our ability to discover equilibrium. Whether we are composing an elevation, organizing user requests, resolving gravitational forces, managing business objectives, or adjudicating deeply-held beliefs, we are constantly seeking balance as architects. Our professional title is itself about balance. The architecton is literally the “master builder”—the one who places one piece together with another into an overarching vision. Details must be balanced in the holistic idea. Vitruvius was talking about balance when he urged that buildings must be solid, useful and beautiful. When we are at our best, architects engage the immediate details, extend the context of possibility, and balance it all with grace. We are tightrope walkers. We navigate between client groups, neighborhood associations, code officials, consultants, special interests, and lawmakers. Like the best aerial walkers, we must be technically proficient, we must carry the vision, and we must be graceful. Our best projects address the details at hand while responding well beyond the property lines of our sites. . .they anticipate future generations; they leverage our clients’ resources; they extend relationships into forging new ways of collaborating. It is that kind of thinking—beyond the property lines—beyond now, beyond here, beyond who we now know, and beyond what we now have that typifies our work. Now as we converge on Dallas, a city famous for thinking big and living large, it is inspiring to see balance here too. In 1841, when Tennessee attorney John Neely Bryan laid claim to 640 acres and sketched out a 20-street town with a courthouse square, he could not have imagined his Dallas 170 years later. A thriving national hub for commerce and industry and quickly becoming a center for arts and culture, Dallas is thinking big and living large in countless, new, balanced ways. scan for video With stirring keynote speakers, invigorating tours, stimulating sessions, exciting new products and services, and affirming fellowship, this is an opportunity for you to find balance. Engage your convention and extend your context. Balance is a beautiful thing.

Dan Hart 2011 President

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Daily Schedule: Continuing Education, Events, and Tours All events take place at the Dallas Convention Center unless otherwise noted. As a courtesy to speakers and colleagues, use of communication devices (cell phones, etc.) in any manner is prohibited in continuing education sessions and general sessions. The number of AIA/CES Learning Unit Hours (LUHs) that may be earned is indicated with each session description. indicates the session meets the AIA/ CES Health, Safety, and Welfare requirement. indicates the session meets the Texas licensure requirement for education in barrier-free design. indicates the session meets the Texas licensure requirement for education in sustainable design. Although not anticipated, session titles and speakers are subject to change. View www.texasarchitect.org/convention for updates. Session handouts will be posted to this site as .pdf documents at a later time.

Key to icons preceeding each session title: Optional Event (costs extra/ticket required) Related to Theme–Balance A Top-Ten Program at a Texas Architects’ Convention Appropriate for Firm Principals Design/Planning Environment Leadership/Community Life Skills Marketing Practice Technology

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8:00 AM–11:00 AM Early-Bird Workshop: COMFEN–façade design tool Maurya McClintock, McClintock Facade Consulting, LLC, Walnut Creek, CA; Robin Mitchell, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA; Stephen Selkowitz, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA This highly interactive training session is a unique opportunity to learn how to use new, free software to compare façade systems and components with respect to their ability to control solar gain, internal heating/cooling energy, lighting energy, and more. This effective desktop tool is in the public domain and was developed with the U.S. Department of Energy’s funds and backing. Receive the software and the skills to apply it in assessing energy and comfort implications of façade alternatives, particularly at early concept/schematic design and/or value-engineering phases of projects. Attendees must bring a laptop (software will be uploaded on site) to work through simulation examples in parallel with the presenters allowing questions to be addressed in real-time. Emphasis will be on how the resulting information can be used to inform sustainable design choices. 111001 LUHs 2.75

8:30 AM–11:30 AM Early-Bird Workshop: Public-Private Partnerships Geoffrey Stricker, Edgemore Real Estate Services, Bethesda, MD; Corbin Van Arnsdale, AGC-Texas Building Branch, Austin PPP or P3 is short for Public Private Partnership, a venture funded and operated through a partnership of government and one or more private sector entities. This presentation will discuss the P3 project delivery model and the role architects play. The different phases of the pursuit, “preferred proponents,” and design will be discussed in the context of fee and risk. Recommendations on integrated delivery techniques to overcome the challenges of the post-award phase will be part of the program, too. Additionally, hear about the latest developments in Texas that should smooth the way for more uniform successful P3 activity. (a special presentation by the AIA Project Delivery Knowledge Community) 111002 LUHs 2.75

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9:30 AM–12:00 PM Tour A: Walking the Dallas Arts District Enjoy a morning in the Dallas Arts District, the cornerstone and catalyst for creative vitality in the region. A five-decade consultant-led progression produced boundary definition, design guidelines, and the opening of the Dallas Museum of Art, followed by Myerson Symphony Center, the Crow Collection of Asian Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center, and the Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. The opening of the AT&T Perform-

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ing Arts Center completed the vision of the Arts District, constructing a “village of the arts’ downtown, establishing Dallas as the only city in the world with buildings designed by four Pritzker prize-winning architects in one contiguous block, and creating a self-contained, pedestrianfriendly oasis in the heart of the city. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation) Arts District

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Tour B: Classic Modern Dallas–The Rose Residence Since the early 1990’s, Dallas has been the backdrop to a number of homes designed by nationally and internationally recognized modern architects. Nestled among the trees and wide lawns of Highland Park, University Park, and Preston Hollow are grand homes with both historic and modern roots. On this tour, visit Antoine Predock’s Rose Residence. The house engages its natural surroundings and places the focus away from the street toward the green space of the creek behind the house. The whole house takes the cue of the owner’s fondness for birdwatching, in which the wide variety of floor levels and expansive tree-covered roof garden recall a tree with branches at multiple heights, offering distinctive views depending on where one is perched. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation) 111004 LUHs 2

9:30 AM–12:30 PM Early-Bird Workshop: From Blueprints to Greenbacks– Architecture as Business Michael Hellinghausen, AIA, Omniplan, Dallas While architecture is a uniquely creative business, there are nevertheless some business basics that apply to all design firms. Beginning with profit/loss fundamentals, participants will walk through an annual net revenue forecast, labor expense forecast, and overhead expense forecast, using these three components to build a fiscal-year financial summary, and then calculate key indicators for our industry. Participants will also review detailed financial reporting, and finally, use all of this information to complete a fun quiz. 111005 LUHs 2.75

10:30 AM–11:30 AM Annual Business Session Join members of the 2011 Board of Directors, Committee and Task Force Chairs, and leaders of related entities for a current snapshot of the health and organization of the Society. General business includes election of 2012 leadership, financial information, and highlights of the past year’s activity.

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Integrated Project Delivery Method–The Real Story Betsy del Monte, FAIA, The Beck Group, Dallas The term “integrated” as applied to the delivery of a building project can mean different things, from a team that simply works together, to use of the AIA’s IPD contracting system. This discussion will review the issues that an integrated delivery method addresses, and how they are impacted. It’s a unique opportunity to understand IPD in comparison to other methods. (a special presentation by the AIA Project Delivery Knowledge Community) 111006 LUHs 1.25

The Sleepover Project–Research in Senior Living David Dillard, AIA, D2 Architecture LLC, Dallas The Sleepover Project is a two-year research initiative that has sent (by end of summer 2011) virtual “sleepers” to 40 different senior living communities across the U.S. to observe and learn first hand (as a resident, complete with assigned physical limitations) what works and doesn’t work in the physical environment for elders. The learning device itself has been a top item of discussion within the architectural community. However, the findings themselves have never been presented publicly until now. 111007 LUHs 1.25

1:00 PM–4:00 PM Early-Bird Workshop: What’s the Real Impact of the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design? Jeromy Murphy, AIA, American Construction Investigators, Ltd., Houston On March 15, 2012, the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design will be mandatory for the renovation or new construction of state and local government buildings, public accommodations, and commercial facilities. Using photos and illustrations, this program cuts through the words to identify the most important changes and their impact on existing or new construction. Aside from technical changes, the format of the Standards has changed dramatically. Murphy uses a tablet to sketch examples or draw on top of photos making information easy to comprehend and apply. 111008 LUHs 2.75

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1:30 PM–4:30 PM Early-Bird Workshop: The Outlook for the Texas Economy and the Construction Industry Ray Perryman, Ph.D., The Perryman Group, Waco Join one of the world’s most influential and innovative economists for an indepth exploration of the Texas economy. Perryman’s complex modeling systems form a basis for corporate and governmental planning around the globe. This unique opportunity brings expert focus to reasons for the recent downturn and their effect on the economy going forward, and details the underlying demographic and economic trends in the U.S. and Texas. Perryman will help you

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understand the fascinating world of fiscal difficulties, budget shortfalls, lingering oversupply, and other adverse conditions affecting the Texas economy, and their most likely resolution. Learn where Texas is headed not only in terms of construction, but also how the arts, education and government will be affected. 111009 LUHs 2.75

2:00 PM–3:30 PM Design-Build Status Report–Real Lessons from Real Practitioners Greg Gidez, AIA, Hensel-Phelps Construction Co., Greeley, CO; Peter Gluck, Peter Gluck and Partners, New York; Jim Whitaker, AIA, Skanska USA Building Inc., Alexandria, VA Design-build project delivery offers new opportunities, increased productivity, enhanced profitability, and greater control of projects, but to be successful, architects’ so-called traditional roles and accepted behaviors must change. Learn how from three architects operating exclusively in design-build project delivery, yet in three different ways. (a special presentation by the AIA Project Delivery Knowledge Community) 111010 LUHs 1.5

Affordable High Performance “Workforce Housing” Design David Rodriguez, Assoc, AIA and William Ware, Ware Architecture, Addison This team presents a case study on affordable, high performance workforce housing design, including material and systems selection, energy reduction, and improved indoor environmental quality. The session will focus on building methodologies such as Standard Construction (baseline), advanced framing with standard insulation, advanced framing with spray foam insulation, structural insulated panel (SIP) construction, and insulated concrete form (ICF) construction. Learn what is attainable and the derivatives that can be applied to other housing. 111011 LUHs 1.5

Ambassador Training! Joanne Linowes, Linowes Executive Development International, Westwood, MA Wherever you go, you’re an ambassador for both your firm and the entire architecture profession. How can you maximize your public moments? This session provides engaging, practical, unforgettable techniques for every design professional at every level. Learn to vibrantly and memorably distinguish your organization, impress your publics, and promote your influence. Sponsored by Austin Foundation for Architecture 111012 LUHs 1.5

2:30 PM–5:30 PM Tour C: Oak Cliff Community Renewal The Oak Cliff neighborhood across the Trinity River from downtown Dallas is an enduring jewel of the city. The historic homes that exemplify the craftsman style of the early 20th Century still remain and are augmented by the Bishop Arts District’s collection of unique shops and restaurants. After exploring the

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Sponsored by Blum Engineering 111013 LUHs 2.25

Early-Bird Workshop: Focus on Construction Documents– Innovative Project Delivery Methodologies Michael Czap, AIA, RTKL Associates, Dallas; Grant Simpson, FAIA, Dallas Take a thought-provoking journey through the complex dynamics of construction document preparation and delivery. This fast-paced program, drawn from the popular Focus on Construction Documentation series, presents innovative methods for achieving greater accuracy and productivity in construction documents and better navigating the often stormy waters of project delivery. 111014 LUHs 2.75

3:30 PM–7:30 PM EXPO Open Energy and interest will be high with the exchange of information and warm greetings between colleagues. Learn about a new product, discover an innovation, and check in with a favorite supplier. Come early and stay late to make the most of your Expo experience.

4:00 PM–5:30 PM Solar Ready: Preparing for an Alternative Energy Future Larry Speck, FAIA, Page Southerland Page, Austin; J.C. Shore, Circular Energy, Austin; Katherine Blair, Page Southerland Page, Austin Many architects have been frustrated during the past decade by the promise of solar energy coupled with the economic difficulty of getting it into new building projects. At the same time, retrofitting to accept solar power can be daunting because of required building modifications. “Solar Ready” offers long-term, less expensive solutions aimed at both problems. 111015 LUHs 1.5

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Bishop Arts District, move on to Kessler Woods, a collection of modern homes that continue the tradition of materiality and scale in this historic neighborhood. Conclude with a visit to the Belmont Hotel and its spectacular views of downtown Dallas. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation)

The Purpose of Balanced Social Media for Architects Bob Borson, AIA, Bernbaum/Magadini Architects, Dallas; Laura Davis, AIA, HPD Architecture, Dallas; Jamie Crawley, AIA, Hamilton & Associates, Pflugerville Participate in a rare face-to-face opportunity to engage interactively with peers who successfully utilize Social Media in their careers and business ventures. Whether it’s Twitter, Facebook, blogs, rss feeds, discussion forums, etc., architects need to know these tools and utilize them in their daily practice. Discussions will introduce a social media plan, dismantle the myths, generate dialogue, and empower attendees to utilize Social Media to achieve real-world business objectives. An exciting evolution has started and it’s only 140 characters in length! 111016 LUHs 1.5

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Project Delivery Summit Meeting Carlos Cardoso, AIA, Blinder Belle Architects, New York; Betsy del Monte, FAIA, The Beck Group, Dallas; Peter Gluck, Peter Gluck and Partners, New York; Geoffrey Stricker, Edgemoor Real Estate Services, Bethesda, MD Almost a summary of the three earlier presentations (design build, integrated project delivery, and private/public partnership), this Summit is a gathering of the presenters involved in the earlier sessions plus a moderator who will pose various pro and con questions for the panel and facilitate Q&A/discussion with the audience. (a special presentation by the AIA Project Delivery Knowledge Community) Sponsored by GS&C 111017 LUHs 1.5

5:30 PM–7:30 PM Welcome Party–Harmony & Balance (Wa Kai) Did you know that Sendai, Japan is Dallas’ sister city? Join in the folding of a thousand colorful origami cranes that are a symbol of honor and respect in the Japanese culture to support the reemergence of the City of Sendai. Did you know that chopstick etiquette requires that they be held to face southwest? Or that it is perfectly acceptable to eat sushi with your hands? Visit with the Society’s valued Expo partners surrounded by captivating Japanese sounds and movement. AIA Dallas members will be on hand to greet and direct guests toward scrumptious food and festive drinks. Enjoy performances showcasing Japanese culture and try your hand at traditional Japanese artistry. It’s a meetup of two cultures designed to generate an atmosphere of Harmony and Balance where doing business is both easy and fun! Bar Sponsors – L.A. Fuess Partners, Inc.; Pavestone Company/Veneerstone; Satterfield Pontikes Construction, Inc. Signature Drink Sponsor – Schmidt & Stacy Consulting Engineers, Inc.

7:30 PM – 8:30 PM Alumni Gatherings Join classmates and educators as schools of architecture host events that bring alumni together. Learn about new developments at your alma mater, stimulate fundraising, and enjoy reconnecting to that unique and favored community of friends and colleagues. See details in the on-site guide or contact your alumni organization.

7:30 PM–9:30 PM Tour D: Victory Park–Urban Redevelopment This area to the north of the West End was long considered unusable. After a redevelopment effort that is considered exemplary by the EPA, Victory Park is charting a direction for the expansion of the urban city. Start at the recently completed Park 17 residential tower, located on the opposite end of the block from the 17Seventeen McKinney Avenue office tower. Between the two is a six-

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Sponsored by Sherwin Williams 111018 LUHs 1.5

7:45 PM–8:45 PM The Courthouses of Central Texas Brantley Hightower, AIA, Lake|Flato Architects, San Antonio The 254 county courthouses of Texas represent a rich and enduring architectural legacy. While the 50 courthouses of the central Texas region exhibit an endearing collection of historical styles, they remain relevant for the contemporary architect, providing lessons about meaning and modernity as well as sustainability and community. Come along for a unique look at these structures as architectural artifact. Courthouses (scan for video)

Sponsored by Talex Engineers 111019 LUHs 1

Balancing Work and Business Development in a Recovering Economy Laura Davis, AIA and Larry Paschall, AIA, HPD Architecture, Dallas As business starts to pick up our immediate focus turns to the project and client at hand. However, maintaining marketing efforts is critical, particularly when business is going well. In other words, “marketing is more like a daily vitamin and less like a pain reliever” according to Davis. Learn to evaluate and prioritize marketing strategies, and when to say “no” to ensure your work/life balance. 111020 LUHs 1

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level parking garage with a one-acre rooftop park. Enjoy views of downtown, the new Perot Museum of Nature and Science, and the Calatrava Bridge. Stroll the Victory Park development before stopping for a W Hotel visit. Conclude at the W’s 33rd-floor Ghost Bar. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation)

Max Levy, FAIA, Max Levy Architect, Dallas There is much we can learn about the intersection of daily lives, architecture, and nature by looking at several remarkable 19th century Texas buildings. These buildings far exceed today’s LEED Platinum rating, yet they embrace certain aspects of nature we long for today, aspects which often elude our own design efforts. Explore this realm of balancing the care of nature with the care of human nature and cultivate the architectural spirit by simply examining a group of noteworthy buildings. Sponsored by Dennehy Architects, Inc. 111021 LUHs 1

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28 7:00 AM–8:00 AM Acme Breakfast, Hyatt Regency Dallas Registered attendees are invited to breakfast with the leadership of Acme Brick. Join the early-morning throng to meet new people, have some fun, and interact with Acme’s representatives. Hosted by Acme Brick

8:30 AM–10:00 AM Adventures in Paradise: Balancing Project and Risk Management Jim Atkins, FAIA, Atkins Consulting Solutions, Dallas; Grant Simpson, FAIA, Dallas How knowledgeable are you regarding a firm’s service activities that carry risks? How broad is your understanding of well-intentioned actions that can result in claims? Using actual cases, these popular presenters will guide attendees through critical basic services while examining risk options through interactive discussion. Take home valuable, transparent risk management applications that work in a market that is challenged by competitive fees and low budgets. Balance your services with risk awareness for an effective project delivery. 111022 LUHs 1.5

Making the Transition into the 2011 Accessibility Standards Marcela Abadi Rhoads, AIA, Abadi Accessibility, Dallas On March 15, 2011, the 2011 Standards for Accessible Design became effective. There are many items that changed from the original 1991 ADAAG which architects, designers, and building owners should learn to incorporate into their new designs. Hear about changes to the Standards and how best to adapt existing buildings and new designs to the new design guidelines. Sponsored by Lonestar Access 111023 LUHs 1.5

High Density Development; Sustainable Growth Strategy Scott Ziegler, AIA, Ziegler Cooper Architects, Houston This session covers high density mixed-use development models supported by statistical research as a sustainable urban growth strategy. Ziegler will discuss the failures of suburban sprawl models and look at the environmental benefits of micro-village developments through case studies. Sponsored by Milestone Project Management 111024 LUHs 1.5

Regulatory Update from TBAE Scott Gibson and Cathy Hendricks, Texas Board of Architectural Examiners, Austin Design professionals need to stay abreast of the latest regulatory and legal developments critical to their practices. Key staff and leadership representing the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners will distribute the news and infor-

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The Advantages of Visualization for Design Exploration Jorge Tiscareno, Assoc. AIA, SHW Group, Houston Do you want to take full advantage of visualization for design exploration? Learn to explore, study, and design in a 3D/digital design workflow to convey and visualize your ideas quicker and better. Strike the perfect “balance” between technology and design by adopting the latest techniques in digital design to your everyday process, and become more efficient and productive while also generating more iterations of your designs. Sponsored by McCarthy 111026 LUHs 1.5

From BIM-pit to Boardroom–How-To’s for Effective Meetings Joanne Linowes, Linowes Executive Development International, Westwood, MA From BIM-pit to boardroom, conveying design ideas effectively is crucial to advancing the project, creating policy, promoting a new strategy, and building business. This session presents specific techniques to focus your meeting approach and information delivery toward your goal to move decision-makers to take action. 111027 LUHs 1.5

10:15 AM–11:30 AM General Session: Balance…a Simple Thing, Right? John Maeda, Providence, RI Retrace the journey in design taken from a Seattle tofu factory to the Rhode Island School of Design where John Maeda became President in 2008. His path involved tireless experimentation linked to his brand of witty observation. His work in design and technology explores the area where the two fields merge. In his 2006 The Laws of Simplicity, he provides ten laws for balancing simplicity and complexity in business, technology, and design–guidelines for needing less and actually getting more. He is still learning, still figuring out what it means to be a leader, and continues to be inspired by the process of learning. Graphic designer, visual artist, and computer scientist John Maeda is also founder of the SIMPLICITY Consortium at the MIT Media Lab. His work has been exhibited in Tokyo, New York, London, and Paris and is in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Institution’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. He is the recipient of many awards, including the Smithsonian Institution National Design Award

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in the United States, the Raymond Loewy Foundation Prize in Germany, and the Mainichi Design Prize in Japan. Sponsored by DC CADD 111028 LUHs 1

11:00 AM–5:30 PM EXPO Open, Lunch with Exhibitors Reserve an easy-to-eat box lunch (only $5 through early registration) and sit a short spell in the Expo. Before or after lunch, make your way around the hall to see what’s new and who’s new. Prize drawings are at 5:15 p.m.; you must be present to win. Lunch Sponsored by Hanson Brick

11:45 AM–1:30 PM AIA Fellows’ Luncheon Celebrate and acknowledge the achievements of Texas architects who have been elevated to AIA Fellowship. Fellows and their guests are invited to this annual gathering where the Class of 2011 will be introduced. (Location to be announced.) Sponsored by Hossley Lighting

1:15 PM–3:15 PM Tour E: Backstage Pass–Winspear and Wyly Performance Venues Take advantage of this exciting opportunity to get an intimate backstage tour of two of Dallas’ most prominent works of architecture. The Foster + Partners designed Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House is home to The Dallas Opera, Texas Ballet Theater, touring Broadway productions, and other performances. In a radically reconsidered approach to the traditional opera experience, the new opera house hosts internationally renowned performances of excellence and innovation. The REX/OMA designed Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre is an unprecedented stacked design that transforms the building into a “theater machine” and extends the technologies of the fly tower and stage into the auditorium, opening the performance chamber to its urban surroundings. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation) Backstage Pass (scan for video) 111029 LUHs 1.5

Tour F: On Campus at SMU–Past, Present and Future The tradition and history of Southern Methodist University, which opened for classes in 1915, is evidenced by its ten buildings listed on the National Historic Register. An important aspect of the school’s embrace of preservation lies in the

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Sponsored by TEXO 111030 LUHs 1.5

Tour G: Trinity River Audubon Center In early 2003, the Dallas community, City of Dallas Parks & Recreation Department, and the National Audubon Society began an endeavor to create a flagship educational center within the Great Trinity Forest, the largest urban hardwood forest in America. The site reclamation for Trinity River Audubon Center required transforming a 120-acre landfill into the three major environmental biomes of the North Texas Region–restored black-land prairies, cross-timbers forest, and river bottom marshy wetlands. Antoine Predock’s design for the building is inspired by the diversified context. Centrally nestled on a clearing, the architecture swiftly emerges from the landscape resembling a bird taking flight. (limited to 44; fee includes transportation) Sponsored by Sedalco 111031 LUHs 1.5

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2:00 PM–3:15 PM Greening More While Spending Less–The Story of UTD’s First LEED Platinum Building Daniel Day and Richard Miller, AIA, Perkins + Will, Dallas The University of Texas at Dallas faced a challenge when planning a new Student Services Building. Students and UTD’s administration desired a green building, but project budgets had no funding for anything beyond a normal campus building. Can a university have a LEED Platinum building for the same cost as the typical campus building? Yes. Examine the processes, challenges, and discoveries associated with this project success story.

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vision of the future through the SMU Master Plan. Stroll the campus and see the vision for its future unfold. At the end of your guided walk, enjoy a hardhat tour of the George W. Bush Presidential Center. The Robert A. Stern designed Center faces the campus on one end and a large, native landscape on the other. (limited to 30; fee includes transportation)

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Sustainable Sport Strategies Chris Mundell, AIA, HKS, Inc., Dallas Arenas and stadiums can evoke strong memories about favorite teams and rouse the passions of many people. However, sports facilities have fallen behind other major building types when it comes to sustainability efforts. Due to the number of people served by these buildings, they can become instrumental in teaching sustainable practices to those who would not otherwise come in contact with them. Look at three local university sports facilities: a new football

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stadium at the University of North Texas, a redevelopment of Texas Christian University’s football stadium, and the new special events center at the University of Texas at Arlington. Sponsored by Texas Christian University 111033 LUHs 1.25

The High Performance Building: Balancing Technology and Culture Douglas Oliver, Morris Architects, Houston One of the major ambitions of American architecture is the development of the mythical “high performance” building. The continued tightening of energy codes, regulations, and public sentiment will likely keep this pursuit in the forefront of contemporary practice for the next decade. This presentation will utilize case studies that suggest meaningful possibilities of balancing technology and culture, and point to specific strategies for integrating “deep green” technologies into larger design concepts. 111034 LUHs 1.25

Design, Technology, and Construction Integration of a New Museum Aleksander Tamm-Seitz, mOrphosis Architects, Culver City, CA The design team for the Perot Museum of Nature and Science has been using an integrated design and documentation process from early in the design phases. Complex and potentially expensive new systems were developed economically by collaboration between architect, contractor, and builder during the design and construction phases. Hear about an atypical process for the design and building industry that produced high-quality and complex work within budgetary constraints. (Want to see the project? Sign up for Sunday’s Tour L.) Perot Museum (scan for video)

Sponsored by Raymond L. Goodson Jr., Inc. 111035 LUHs 1.25

Texas Legislature 2011: What You Need to Know David Lancaster, Hon. AIA, Texas Society of Architects, Austin Volunteer bill analysts and the organization’s staff tracked about 300 bills through the 82nd Legislative Session that had the potential to affect the practice of architecture. Increase your knowledge of major issues that surfaced earlier this year, negotiations and strategies that secured or blocked passage of certain bills, and how your business practices will be affected as a result of the work done by Texas legislators, dedicated volunteers, and the Society’s lobby team. Sponsored by HKS, Inc. 111036 LUHs 1.25

What Are Recent Architect Grads Doing? Ryan Anderson, RAD Design, Austin; Greg Esparza, Hope Farmers’ Market, Austin; Sarah Gamble, Alley Flat Initiative, Austin; Larry Speck, FAIA, Page Souther-

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3:30 PM–4:45 PM General Session: Balancing Trends–How Smart Leaders Design for Tomorrow Rebecca Ryan, Madison, WI Sometimes irreverent, always engaging, and never content to sit on the bench, Rebecca Ryan has been called “progress in motion.” Relied on by corporate and community leaders to forge understanding and create strategies to retain young, future leaders, Rebecca’s firm, Next Generation Consulting, hustles, having surveyed over 40,000 young professionals. With this wealth of insight, Rebecca wrote Live First, Work Second: Getting Inside the Head of (scan for video) the Next Generation. She’s been able to help Ryan organizations and institutions view themselves through the lens of the newest crop of creatives, invigorate and improve leadership, and spearhead intelligent dialogue about creativity, innovation, and community development. Rebecca was raised in Wisconsin by members of “the greatest generation.” She returned to home turf after living, working, and playing professional basketball in the U.S., Germany, and Hungary. She received her B.A. in Economics and International Affairs from Drake University and also studied at Kozgaz University in Budapest, Hungary and the Institute for European Studies in Freiburg, Germany. Her favorite coffee mug reads, “Well-behaved women rarely make

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land Page, Austin The last few years of a down economy have been tough on young people just entering the profession. Hear inspiring stories of how several recent graduates have used their architectural education, along with a great deal of tenacity, creativity, and hard work, to forge interesting and rewarding new alternative careers.

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6:30 PM–10:00 PM Emerging Professionals Gathering–”Apps and Art” Got an appetite for performing and visual arts? How about a passion for architecture? Maybe it’s a love for fellowship and fun? Or is it simply a pure hunger appetite? No matter what it is, We Have an App for That!  Join other “emergers” (associates, interns, students, etc.) in a voyage to and through Dallas’ most vibrant district for art and entertainment. The trek consists of a trip on Dallas’

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light rail system to a renewed arts district where you will experience world-class structures designed by Piano, Pei, Foster, and Koolhaas, to name a few. Team members from these projects will provide their perspective on the design and construction of these facilities. The evening culminates at One Arts Plaza with appetizers, drinks, and fellowship. Your appetite will surely be satisfied! (fee includes transportation and appetizers)

7:00 PM–10:30 PM Gala Evening, Hyatt Regency Dallas An important aspect of any organization’s value to its members is that of bringing together people from a variety of industry roles and responsibilities to reflect, celebrate, and recognize achievements and legacies. The annual Gala, a gracious environment shared with close friends and business associates, is such an opportunity. Hosted by 2011 President Dan Hart and the 17 Texas AIA component presidents, the evening is highlighted by the presentation of the Society’s highest honors. Recipients of the Medal for Lifetime Achievement in Honor of Llewellyn W. Pitts, the Architecture Firm Award, and the 12th Cornerstone Award will be honored. Chapter presidents join President Hart in a champagne toast prior to dessert. Guests enjoy drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and a four-course dinner with wine, all intermingled with meaningful and spontaneous moments. Brandt Engineering – Wine and Toasts Sponsor Headwaters Construction Materials – Dinner Sponsor IMAGINiT Technologies – Dinner Sponsor JQ – Dinner Sponsor Lee Lewis Construction, Inc. – Reception Sponsor

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7:00 AM–8:00 AM Minute-to-Share-It Breakfast Select two of four 20-minute information exchanges (Option 1), or one 50-minute segment (Option 2) and pick up useful, practical advice you’ll not get anywhere else. Within the hour, you can learn something you’ve wanted to know more about but didn’t have a resource. Now you do. You’ll quickly absorb key facts and leave with an established contact and a new shared-interest community within the Society. A hearty continental breakfast adds to the enticement. Come early and enjoy the fellowship. Indicate one selection combination for Option 1 (A/C, A/D, B/C, or B/D) or select only E for Option 2 on the registration form.

Option 1 Group 1 (20 minutes, choose one) A –Supervising IDP...what it means to supervise and mentor today’s emerging professional toward becoming a licensed architect B –Intro to the Design Committee...its role and activities, including the Design Awards Program Group 2 (20 minutes, choose one): C–So you want to become a Fellow...an overview of the AIA Fellowship application/elevation process D–Leadership Development...a snapshot of the award-winning and highly successful AIA Dallas Emerging Leaders Program

Option 2 (50 minutes): E– Texas Society of Architects...the rebranding of a 72-year-old organization and tips for navigating the new Web site

7:30 AM–9:30 AM Tour H: Designed for Learning–Three Special Sites

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Great care has been given to string together this perfect combination of impressive education facilities for early-in-the-day visits. 2009 AIA Dallas Design Award winner Dallas Academy is a private school for children with special challenges from first through twelfth grades. The existing building was renovated to accommodate a new lower school component. Both facilities embrace a newly landscaped courtyard. Richland College is a part of the Dallas County Community College District. Its Sabine Hall is home to biology, chemistry, physics and geosciences classes. The College was honored with the 2005 Malcolm Baldridge National Quality Award and the 2005 Texas Award for Performance Excellence. In 2006 the campus won the AIA Dallas 25-Year Design Award. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation) Sponsored by Blum Engineering 111039 LUHs 1.5

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8:15 AM–9:30 AM A More Balanced Sustainable Future Sean Garman, AIA and Richard Miller, AIA, Perkins + Will, Dallas Do you have the 2030e2 energy reduction calculator? It’s a useful tool created by Perkins + Will’s internal research initiatives that allows architects to calculate a project’s energy efficiency and determine if goals of the 2030 Challenge are being met. The presenters will offer ideas and tools to advance sound sustainable planning and design principles through the use of the calculator. In addition, he’ll provide a precautionary list of suspected or known carcinogenic substances impacting project specifications, and demonstrate through various project case studies how to advance the future of sustainable design beyond LEED. 111040 LUHs 1.25

Using Video to Explain Architecture Michael Woods, AIA, RTKL Associates, Inc., Dallas

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The Arts District Link: Woodall Rodgers Park Jim Burnett, Office of James Burnett, Houston; Tom Phifer, FAIA, Thomas Phifer and Partners, New York; Willis Winters, FAIA; City of Dallas Parks and Recreation Woodall Rodgers Park will serve as an important pedestrian connection between the Arts District, Downtown, and the Uptown area. It is a park that spans over an existing, sunken freeway and provides a series of amenities to unify and provide vistas within the Arts District. This engaging panel discussion will focus on the design of both the Park and a related pavilion, and the unique scope and methodology of the highly anticipated project. Sponsored by NOW Specialties 111042 LUHs 1.25

Urban South Texas: Balancing Transportation and Growth Sam Garcia, AIA, ROFA Architects, Inc., McAllen Poised to approach three million residents within a generation, cities in the Rio Grande Valley are exploring alternatives to auto-exclusive development patterns. Railroads brought life to a wild land one hundred years ago, and its imprint provides a template for an urban metropolis to emerge over the next hundred. This session explores what rail mass transit could be in South Texas and the role

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The Living Building Challenge for Texas Catherine Callaway, AIA, BNIM Architects, Houston; Julie Hendricks, AIA, Kirksey Eco-Services, Houston; Amanda Tullos, AIA, Green Building Services, Bellaire What if every single act of design and construction made the world a better place? The purpose of the Living Building Challenge is straightforward–it defines the most advanced measure of sustainability in the built environment possible today and acts to diminish the gap between current limits and ideal solutions. Whether your project is a single building, a park, a college campus, or even a complete neighborhood community, the Living Building Challenge provides a framework for design, construction, and the symbiotic relationship between people and all aspects of the built environment. Sponsored by Kaizen Renewable Energy 111044 LUHs 1.25

Preservation of ‘Modern Movement’ Architecture Nancy McCoy, FAIA and Marcel Quimby, FAIA, Quimby McCoy Preservation Architecture, Dallas The preservation of ‘Modern Movement’ architecture poses new philosophical and technical challenges that call into question the canonized standards that Preservation Architects have practiced within the United States and worldwide. Even as the definition of “authenticity” is broadened in these structures, the endemic conflicts between standards and practice have not been fully resolved. Join McCoy and Quimby as they frame and encourage the dialogue through recent case studies that have impacted architectural practice. 111045 LUHs 1.25

9:30 AM–10:00 AM Networking Break Take a few minutes to relax and grab a beverage to refresh. Seek out someone you don’t know and start a conversation. Return that phone call or email. Browse the special displays provided by AIA Dallas. However you want to spend it, you’ve got a few minutes to yourself.

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10:00 AM–11:30 AM Balancing Design and Sustainability Betsy del Monte, FAIA, The Beck Group, Dallas; Bob Harris, FAIA, Lake|Flato Architects, San Antonio; Brian Malarky, FAIA, Kirksey, Houston; Larry Speck, FAIA, Page Southerland Page, Austin The topic of sustainability has been bantered about to near meaninglessness, but how does it relate to excellent design? This panel of recognized architects from around the state will engage in an open, in-depth discussion of the issue. Topics include comparison of metrics for sustainability to programs rewarding design excellence, what makes a sustainable building an excellent building, and

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how sustainability impacts design. Sound interesting? Bring your ideas, questions, and comments for the Q&A portion. 111046 LUHs 1.5

Cities by Design–A Collaborative Approach Brent Brown, AIA, Dallas CityDesign Studio; Mary Suhm, City of Dallas; Gail Thomas, Ph.D., Hon. AIA, Trinity Trust Foundation, Dallas Through a collaborative, neighborhood-based process, the CityDesign Studio used design to bridge the interest of several community groups. Passed by Dallas City Council in March, the Urban Structure offers a clear vision for urbanization while also helping to conserve an existing neighborhood, facilitate organic growth, and encourage adaptive reuse. Cities by Design

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Demystifying the Building Code Carroll Pruitt, FAIA, Pruitt Consulting, Fort Worth Proper application of the code is a basic principle that many times is missed in the beginning of the design process. Pruitt will review some basic but important principles in establishing occupancy classification, incidental/accessory uses, allowable area, type of construction, and how to determine the occupant load, including the required widths. Survey the many options for determining type of construction based on the complexity of separated versus non-separated occupancies and participate in problem-solving exercises. Sponsored by W. B. Kibler Construction Co., LTD. 111048 LUHs 1.5

Liability and Construction Administration: Law and Lessons Architects Must Know Hollye C. Fisk, FAIA, Fisk and Fielder, P.C., Dallas; R. Craig Williams, AIA, HKS Architects, Inc., Dallas A recent court decision has created new concerns about the extent of liabilities arising from construction administration services. Presenters will discuss rules established by the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners, contract language, and recent case law applicable to construction administration services. Architects must know the law in order to understand and avoid liabilities arising from the practice complexities of providing construction contract administration services. 111049 LUHs 1.5

The Grand Tour–Travel Influences on Architectural Design Brantley Hightower, AIA, Lake|Flato Architects, San Antonio; Michael Malone, AIA, Michael Malone Architects, Inc., Dallas The Grand Tour has long been a part of an architectural education, one that combines the actual experience of a building and its context in an understand-

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Redefining Professional Design Services James Haliburton, AIA and Jason Kinnard, AIA, Jim Singleton Architects, Bryan Professional design services are being redefined in the technological continuum. Practitioners who embrace this, learn to guide it, and adapt business models in productive ways will find profitable times ahead. Building Information Modeling (BIM) is not changing the core values of professional design services; change is impacting the methods in which services are delivered and the way firms profit from them. Discover strategies to balance BIM in the delivery of professional design services and prepare for the next evolution in the technology continuum. 111051 LUHs 1.5

11:45 AM–1:15 PM Awards Luncheon Celebrate passionate leadership, inspiring achievement, and design excellence as the Society recognizes those who have made exceptional contributions to the built environment. The presentation of the 2011 Honor Awards demonstrates the efforts of members, individuals and organizations that have improved the profession and their communities. Recipients of the 2011 Design Awards receive their awards and brief jury comments are provided. Learn about the significant contributions being made and be enlivened by all that is being accomplished. Sponsored by Haddon & Cowan Architects Collaborative 111052 LUHs 1

12:00 PM–1:00 PM Chilled Beam Air Conditioning Systems

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ing of how it contributes to the built environment. How has this seminal activity influenced the work of architects? In an ever global world, architectural practice everywhere is influenced, shaped, and inspired by work done internationally, yet we do not always understand this work, its context, or the forces that served to shape it in the first place.

Wesley Stidham, Shah Smith & Associates, Inc., Houston Chilled beam air conditioning systems offer a more energy efficient air conditioning system than typical VAV forced air systems with smaller mechanical spaces, less distribution duct work, and reduced construction time. This presentation provides an introduction to chilled beam air conditioning systems for architects, facilities managers, engineers and builders. 111053 LUHs 1

Raising a Balanced Intern Laura Davis, AIA and Larry Paschall, AIA, HPD Architecture, Dallas A traditional architectural internship usually involves design tasks with little attention to the dynamics of the overall business. Considering that during the next decade a significant number of senior-level architects will retire, some firms will close their doors with remaining staff seeking new positions or strik-

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ing out on their own. What steps can be taken that will help ensure the future strength and continuity of the profession? “Raising a Balanced Intern” provides tools to help mentors and their interns become involved in the firm’s operations and future growth, demonstrating a “win-win” relationship for everyone. 111054 LUHs 1

Finding the Balance: Developing Leaders for the Future Peter DeLisle, Ph.D., Posey Leadership Institute, Austin College, Sherman Do you consider yourself a “high potential” member of the design leadership community? Do you know or work with someone who has untapped leadership potential? How does your practice address the need for personal effectiveness to be balanced with the drive for design and technical excellence? This presentation is a response to the identification of leadership challenges, especially those faced by new supervisors and managers. Designed in the spirit of practicality and utility, the content to be explored places great emphasis on the ability of the participant to begin immediate application of the knowledge gained to his/ her work effort. Leaders in complex organizations will find the session especially helpful since the examples and models are based on illustrations from firms engaged in problem resolution in these domains. Sponsored by Austin Foundation for Architecture 111055 LUHs 1

1:30 PM–3:00 PM A Balanced Approach to Sustainable Design Trumps “EcoBling” Peter Pfeiffer, FAIA, Barley & Pfeiffer Architects, Austin “Green by Design” represents a balanced approach to Green Building. It is not just the right thing to do–it pays in ways that most people can understand and relate to. But architects must be able to articulate this to clients, potential clients, and the public. With the aid of specific multi-year performance data, learn to evaluate green building strategies, particularly those associated with suburban infill settings in southern climate zones, and how to effectively convey useful information in a meaningful, sensible way. 111056 LUHs 1.5

Lighting Design: Global to Local Granville McAnear, Craig Roberts Associates, Inc., Dallas Take an enlightening trip around the globe with Texas as your final destination as McAnear leads an exploration of lighting design applications. As the world embraces new environmental concerns, energy codes become more prevalent and stringent. This is propelling the emerging LED market, but in McAnear’s opinion, not quite fast enough. Come for an informative analysis of design from the perspective of a lighting designer and take home design ideas that meet your projects’ goals and visions. 111057 LUHs 1.5

Elevating and Balancing Consciousness in the Urban Community Brent Brown, AIA and David Whitley, Dallas CityDesign Studio, Dallas

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Lean Architecture: Excellence in Project Delivery Michael Czap, AIA, RTKL Associates, Inc., Dallas Lean Architecture is the ongoing process of rethinking architectural methodology by applying “Lean” principles to every aspect of practice. This fast-paced program introduces participants to techniques of process management with three goals for application to architectural management, documentation, and technology. 111059 LUHs 1.5

Balancing Perspectives: Getting to Win-Win with Your Contracts Grant Gealy, Esq. and Scott Lyford, Esq., Mills Shirley, LLP, Houston This knowledgeable duo provides practical advice on favorable and unfavorable contract language. Among the items on the agenda are indemnity provisions; contractual standard of care; consultant contracts; limitation of liability; submittals; construction cost, budgets, and value engineering; project scope; and contract administration. Learn how to successfully negotiate the removal or inclusion of certain contract language. 111060 LUHs 1.5

Striking Career, Family and Life Balance Betsy del Monte, FAIA, The Beck Group, Dallas; Heather McKinney, FAIA, McKinney York Architects., Austin; Patricia Oliver, FAIA, University of Houston; Elizabeth Chu Richter, FAIA, Richter Architects, Corpus Christi In architecture school, 50% of students are women, but in practice only about 15% of registered architects are women. Some argue that women leave architecture because of long hours, dedication, and commitment that leads to excessive time away from personal life. This distinguished panel of women architect-leaders will share their stories of overcoming the challenge of life/practice issues, explain model uses of technology to minimize work overload and redundant overtime, and help others create a list of life balance do’s and don’ts.

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The design consciousness of the area immediately surrounding the Santiago Calatrava bridge has been elevated through the collaborative efforts of the CityDesign Studio, city officials, the local design community, and local residents, resulting in the enhanced livability of all Dallas citizenry. With a focus on the importance of urban design, the presentation shows how collaboration from the public and private sector can result in an enhanced built environment. 111058 LUHs 1.5

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3:00 PM–3:30 PM Networking Break While rounding the final lap of this three-day event, take time to enjoy beverages, stretch your legs, and a last bit of networking. Sponsored by Purdy-McGuire Inc.

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3:30 PM–4:45 PM Lessons Learned from Post-Occupancy Evaluations of a High Performance Home Melinda Florian, AIA, Lake|Flato Architects, San Antonio; Hazem Rashed-Ali, University of Texas at San Antonio; Jennifer Young, Assoc. AIA, Lake|Flato Architects, San Antonio Join a team comprised of project overseers and a university assistant professor to gain insight from their collaboration experience. Their goal was to develop a protocol and overall strategy for post-occupancy evaluation. The team succeeded in full implementation of the process at one residence and is planning to apply to many others in the near future. This residential project case study demonstrates how LEED for Homes helped guide the process for creating beautiful architecture using building materials, methods, and systems that address sustainability issues. The session will cover water and energy saving strategies that helped the design achieve LEED Platinum, the 2030 Challenge target, and regional sustainable leadership. 111062 LUHs 1.25

Understanding LEED for Healthcare Chris Mundell, AIA, HKS, Inc., Dallas; Kim Shinn, PE, TLC Engineering for Architecture, Nashville, TN The new LEED for healthcare rating system was launched in November 2010. This presentation focuses on the changes and differences between this rating system and LEED NC v2009. The team will address the new prerequisites, new credits created specifically for healthcare, and the minor changes to the existing credits. Additionally, this presentation incorporates examples of current healthcare projects that are either LEED certified or seeking certification. These examples help illustrate both the intents and requirements of the credit as well as the soft and hard costs incurred through seeking LEED certification. 111063 LUHs 1.25

Balancing Energy: Tradeoffs Between Embodied and Operating Energy in Building Design Francisco Gomes, AIA, University of Texas at Austin More energy is consumed operating buildings than constructing them, but as buildings become more energy efficient, the balance between lifetime operating energy and embodied energy is rapidly changing. Just as lifecycle cost calculations have influenced material and design decisions, techniques for quantitatively balancing embodied energy with operating efficiency can improve project decisions. Sponsored by ccrd 111064 LUHs 1.25

Recent Advances in Building Envelope Air Leakage Control Maria Spinu, Ph.D. DuPont, Wilmington, DE Air leakage can affect building’s energy use, building envelope durability, and occupants’ comfort and safety. A continuous air barrier is a cost effective strategy for air leakage control. This presentation contains a review of the most recent changes in air barrier codes, industry practices, and successful imple-

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The Practice of Collaborative Design Jim Taylor, AIA, Overland Partners Architects, San Antonio How do you engage clients and other stakeholders in design? How can a collaborative design process improve design, project management, and profitability? In a reprisal of their 2009 Texas Architects’ Convention presentation, Overland Partners will share successful strategies, proven techniques and valuable lessons learned from its collaborations with clients across the country. 111066 LUHs 1.25

Dallas Designs for the Trinity River: Recovering the Soul of the City Gail Thomas, Ph.D., Hon. AIA, Trinity Trust Foundation, Dallas Dallas in the 21st Century is designing for the delight of future generations with Nature as teacher–water, trees, wetlands, trails, bird sanctuaries–a design that includes downtown lakes, an island, hike and bike trails, and water courses. This project includes two Santiago Calatrava designed bridges, and will offer untold economic opportunities. Gain insights and observations from a non-architect whose passion and communication skills helped engage a community and gather support for a vision that is creating vast community change and bringing much needed elements of balance to the city center. 111067 LUHs 1.25

3:30 PM–5:30 PM Tour I: Mind, Body and Soul (a library, research lab, & chapel) A combination of three award-winning projects is sure to resonate with you. First, satisfy your mind at the Grauwyler Park Branch Library with its environmentallyfriendly features. Next, take in The University of Texas Center for Brain Health where diverse, state-of-the-art technologies aid researchers and clinicians. Finally, soothe your soul at the Cathedral of Hope and Interfaith Peace Chapel. When architect Philip Johnson died in 2005, many thought his best designs had already been built. Last fall, however, Johnson’s Interfaith Peace Chapel at the Cathedral of Hope was completed. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation)

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Tour J: Urban Reserve–a modern neighborhood Architecture at Urban Reserve, Dallas’ first low-impact development, is modern, arising from the talents of a select group of regionally and nationally recognized architects. The homes of Urban Reserve are of their time and of their place– North Texas in the early 21st century. Each home is sustainably designed, incorporating sensible siting and massing, non-toxic, high-quality materials, efficient systems, and low-impact construction techniques. Its landscaping was named one of Eco Structure Magazine’s “Innovative Green Projects 2009.” Participants will visit Vanguard Way, the main street through the reserve, as well as a few homes in the neighborhood. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation) 111069 LUHs 2.25

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30 8:30 AM TAF Tour des Monuments – 9th Annual Texas BIKiTECTS Ride 8:30 a.m. departure from Trinity Crossing, Hyatt Regency Dallas Join fellow architects, emerging professionals and biking enthusiasts for a Sunday morning ride through downtown, the Arts District, and other significant places and neighborhoods. Registration is through the Texas Architectural Foundation (TAF) via the link at texasarchitect.org (click on the TAF icon) where additional details are available. This fundraiser helps support TAF’s scholarship program for students pursuing professional architecture degrees at qualified Texas universities. To ride, required contributions are: students, $20; individuals $50. Additional donations are encouraged, too, even if not participating in the ride. Need more information? Contact taf@texasarchitect.org.

9:00 AM–11:00 AM Tour K: Cowboys Stadium Cowboys Stadium enhances the international Cowboys brand with its modern, progressive architecture while incorporating elements of Texas Stadium’s heritage. As the largest NFL venue ever built, the new stadium boasts the most spectacular column-free room in the world, stretching a quarter-mile in length. The expansive retractable roof is also the largest of its kind. When closed, the roof encompasses 104 million cubic feet of volume. This Sunday morning outing, complete with breakfast treats, is a chance to grasp the full magnitude of this HKS Sports & Entertainment Group project. (limited to 40; fee includes breakfast and map/driving directions) Cowboys

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Tour L: Perot Museum of Nature and Science The Museum of Nature & Science is the result of a 2006 merger of three cultural institutions—the Dallas Museum of Natural History (est. 1936), The Science Place (est. 1946), and the Dallas Children’s Museum (est. 1995). The Museum has begun the process of expansion with a second facility to address the growing need for science, math, and technology education. Designed by Pritzker Prizewinning architect Thom Mayne of mOrphosis, the project has already received a 2010 Chicago Athenaeum Award. This hardhat tour provides a rare opportunity to see history in the making and a view of the site and exterior from the 17th floor of the nearby 17Seventeen McKinney Avenue. Breakfast treats will be provided as well. (limited to 40; fee includes breakfast and map/driving directions) Sponsored by TLC Engineering for Architecture 111071 LUHs 1.5

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Features & Attractions Earn All 18 AIA/CES Learning Units with Your General Registration Fee Architects who are required to attain 18 units to maintain membership in the AIA can get all of them easily and without additional tickets for workshops or tours. To ensure 18 credits are earned, attend a session in every Professional Development Session timeslot starting with the 12:30 p.m. sessions on Thursday and ending with the 3:30 p.m. sessions on Saturday, and also attend at least two presentations in the Expo given by AIA/CES Providers on Thursday and Friday. In doing so, participants receive 16.5 hours from convention sessions and at least two hours through the Expo Education Center. Plan your schedule carefully to avoid conflicts.

AIA COTE Top Ten Green Architecture Projects The AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) selected the best examples of sustainable architecture projects chosen on the basis of reduced environmental impact as well as their positive contribution to their communities. The projects were honored earlier this year at the AIA 2011 National Convention in New Orleans and are now making their way across the country in the form of this portable display. See these impressive top ten projects in the Design Products & Ideas Expo. Sponsored by Austin Commercial

Continuing Education Opportunities in the Expo Registered AIA/CES Providers who are also exhibiting at this year’s Design Products & Ideas Expo will offer continuing education in a designated section of the Expo. Presentations will be offered only during official Expo show hours with AIA/ CES credits awarded directly by the Providers themselves. Access to the Expo and these exhibitor-provided sessions is free. Qualifying professionals who are unable to register for the convention may secure an Expo Only badge on site. Sponsored by Flying Colors, Powered by Moss Details related to the above events and attractions will be available in the on-site program guide, or view www.texasarchitect.org/convention for periodic updates.

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Volunteer To Help a Student Mentor a Student Members have a unique opportunity to spend some convention time with an architectural student. Student registrants will express their wish to be paired with an architect or associate member at the convention. Your commitment requires only a little time and a small amount of money. Mentors will spend a few hours on Friday (preferably in the Expo) helping the student understand what convention offers and how to get the most from their convention experience, introducing them to your colleagues, and answering questions they may have related to practice. On Saturday, mentors and their students attend the Annual Awards Luncheon together with tickets purchased by you for yourself and the student. Students and their mentors/hosts will be briefly recognized during the event. This is a seldom-had opportunity to further introduce an architecture student to the profession: they will gain something not found in campus life. Please help the Society fulfill this worthy goal to interested and engaged students. If you are willing to mentor a student and can fulfill the above commitments, indicate your intent on the convention registration form and purchase an Awards Luncheon ticket for yourself and the student/mentee.

Host a Student Overnight Convention organizers are calling on AIA Dallas members to host students attending the 2011 Convention in their homes on Thursday and Friday nights (October 27 and 28) providing lodging, breakfast on Saturday, and transportation to and from the convention center if needed. Please check the appropriate box on the convention registration form if you are willing to help a student (or two) limit their cost to attend. You’ll be serving the future of the profession and make a friend for life.

Thank you in advance for stepping into one or both of these this highly interactive, vital, and fun roles. For more information, contact Ted Kozlowski at 512.478.7386 or ted@texasarchitect.org.

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Hotel Accommodations MAKE HOTEL RESERVATIONS BEFORE SEPT. 28TH * The headquarter hotel for the Society’s 72nd Annual Convention is the Hyatt Regency Dallas, located just four blocks or one stop north on the DART light rail from the Dallas Convention Center. Known as one of the city’s most consistent AAA Four Diamond luxury hotels, its glistening exterior and elevated sphere of dancing light has been a distinct skyline icon since 1978. Throughout the hotel, the Mazziotta Collection serves as a visual reference to the many events, both large and small, that gave shape to Dallas in the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s. Each of the 1,120 guest rooms are appointed with the Hyatt Grand Bed™, wireless high-speed internet access, hair dryer, coffeemaker/coffee, and iHome® alarm clock radio. Five food and beverage outlets satisfy every taste and budget, from Centennial Café with its new American and southwest influences, to the Asian influenced cuisine atop Reunion Tower in the new Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck. Five Sixty’s ultra-contemporary, illuminated glass bar and stylish lounges allow guests to experience drinks and a quick-bite while marveling at the 360-degree views.

Reserving your guest room online is easy: For a direct link, click on the Hyatt icon on www.texasarchitect.org/convention.

Reserving your guest room by phone: Call the number listed below and identify yourself as a Texas Society of Architects convention attendee to secure the group rate. *Reservation requests received after September 28 will be accepted on the basis of space and rate availability. Penalties apply for late cancellation.

HYATT REGENCY DALLAS 300 Reunion Blvd. Toll-free reservations: 888.421.1442 (or 214.651.1234)

Convention Rates: $149.00 single or double occupancy (current tax rate is 15%) (Note: Because the Texas Society of Architects is contractually obligated to the Hyatt Regency Dallas for a minimum number of guest rooms occupied, you are strongly encouraged to take advantage of this special rate and the opportunity to stay at this phenomenal property. The rate includes a $3.00 per night fee that is rebated back to the Society to offset transportation costs.)

Shuttle Transportation Although the headquarter hotel is only a short walk from the Dallas Convention Center, shuttles will operate throughout the convention for your comfort and convenience. Sponsored by Edwards Mulhausen Interior Design, LLC; LaMette Consulting, LLC; Pitt Architecture, LLC

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General Information AIA/CES Learning Unit Hours (LUHs) Licensed architects attending continuing education programs receive learning unit hours (LUHs) in accordance with the guidelines established by the AIA Continuing Education System (see individual session descriptions for number of LUHs applicable to each program). AIA architects must successfully complete 18 hours, eight of which must address health, safety and welfare (HSW) of which four hours must address sustainable design. Use the badge scanners at each session to record your participation. For further information regarding annual requirements, view www.texasarchitect.org.

Continuing Education for Architects Licensed in Texas The Texas Board of Architectural Examiners requires architects licensed to practice in Texas to complete eight hours of continuing education annually pertinent to health, safety and welfare. At least one hour must be related to barrier-free design; and at least one hour must be related to sustainable or energy-efficient design. For additional information, visit www.tbae.state.tx.us.

Online Registration You may use the printed version of the form (see centerfold of this guide) to register by mail or by fax, or as a helpful guide if you prefer to register online. Visit www. texasarchitect.org/convention to register online. (Please note that non-Texas AIA members cannot register online.)

Registration Policies General registration for design professionals includes all regular continuing education sessions beginning Thursday afternoon through Saturday, two general sessions, and unlimited access to the Expo. The general registration fee for Society intern and student members is waived if registration forms are received by September 15. To attend a social event, participate in a tour, or attend an EarlyBird Workshop, you must purchase a ticket. Space is limited for many events, so please register early. Do not fax and mail your form; use only one method to register. If you fax your form, do not call to confirm receipt. You may encounter technical difficulties and delays when registering if you wait until the day of the deadline. Do not mail your registration form after Wednesday, October 12. Faxed registrations can be accepted through 5:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 19. Online registration is open until midnight CDT, Wednesday, October 19. After October 19, preregistration is closed and individuals must register on site. Confirmations will be emailed to individuals whose forms are received by October 19. Full refunds are issued if a written cancellation notice is received by 5:00 p.m. on

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Refunds will be processed after the convention and no later than November 30.

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Wednesday, October 5. Between then and 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 19, cancellations are subject to a 30 percent penalty. Registration fees become nonrefundable and non-transferable after October 19. Requests for refunds may be emailed to membership@texasarchitect.org, faxed to 512.478.0528, or mailed to Texas Society of Architects, 500 Chicon St., Austin, TX 78702.

Attire that is considered business casual may be worn throughout the convention. Friday’s Presidents’ Gala Evening is business, cocktail, or black-tie. Please wear walking shoes while on tours. Keep in mind that the temperature may vary between meeting rooms and from one venue to another.

Consent to Use Photographic Images Registration and attendance at or participation in these convention events and other activities constitutes an agreement by the registrant to allow the Society’s use and distribution (both now and in the future) of the registrant or attendee’s image and voice in photographs, videotapes, electronic reproductions, and audiotapes of such events and activities.

Questions about registration? You may call 877.333.6418, send a fax to 650.565.9600, or send an e-mail to texasarchitect@SMART-reg.com. Also visit www.texasarchitect.org/convention for updates and additions.

General questions? Contact the Texas Society of Architects’ staff at 512.478.7386 or email membership@texasarchitect.org.

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Design Products & Ideas Expo* THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27 (3:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.)

Expo Open! Welcome Party | Prizes will be awarded at 7:15 p.m.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28 (11:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.) Expo Open! Lunch Service | Prizes will be awarded at 5:15 p.m.

A. Bargas & Associates...............522, 524

Concept Surfaces.................................716

Acme Brick Co./IBP...................... 717, 719

Dallas CSI..............................................710

Acoustonica.........................................805

De Carlo America......................... 323, 325

Alcoa Architectural Products.............. 610

Designmaster Fencing System............415

Alpolic Materials-Mitsubishi

Don Young Co. Custom Windows........504

Composites America.......................405 Amerete........................................704, 706

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Door Engineering & Mfg...................... 303 DuPont Tyvek-Weatherization

American Independence Mfg. .............514

Partners............................................ 607

American Skylites.................................513

Efficient-Tec International.......... 804, 806

Ameristar Fence Products...................701

EFI Global............................................. 529

Andersen Windows.............................. 423

Eggers Industries.................................. 317

Architectural Testing........................... 722

Featherlite/Texas Quarries.................. 715

ArchResource........................................ 511

Flintco................................................... 622

ARCOM.................................................500

Ford AV.................................................. 925

Armko Industries..................................519

The Garland Company.........................918

Atrium Doors and Windows.................617

Gate Precast Co................................... 422

ATS.........................................................713

Georgia-Pacific Gypsum...................... 611

Avian Flyaway........................................ 311

GRAPHISOFT....................................... 305

BAi..........................................................516

Griesenbeck Architectural Products...630

BellGroup Insurance............................508

Häfele America Co............................... 527

Berridge Manufacturing Co.................816

Hanson Brick................................503, 505

Bonded Lightning Protection Syst.... 300

Hart, Gaugler & Associates................. 507

Boral Bricks..................................330, 332

HAWA.................................................... 525

Butterfield Color.................................. 502

Headwaters Construction Materials.. 328

Cavallini Stained Glass Studio.............531

Henderson Engineers........................... 714

CCM Construction Services................414

Hendrick Architectural Products........ 632

CENTRIA Architectural Systems........903

Hohmann & Barnard............................ 326

Childers Carports & Structures...........814

ILCOR Builders...................................... 517

Cleary Zimmermann Engineers........... 817

IMAGINiT Technology.......................... 623

Cold Spring Granite Co.........................315

Innovative Lighting...............................219

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Protection Development.....................605

International Code Council..................510

Pyrok..................................................... 523

JAAS......................................................314

Quikserv Corp.......................................312

Jockimo.................................................318

R.M. Rodgers/Swisspearl................... 633

Journeyman Construction...................313

Raven Industries..................................509

Kelly Moore Paint................................. 625

Regal Plastic Supply............................ 708

Kinetics Noise Control..........................316

Rigidized Metals Corp..........................515

Knoxtile................................................. 407

Ron Blank & Associates.......................619

Kroll Security Group............................ 703

RoyOMartin..........................................506

Kusser Fountain Works.........................912

Rulon Co................................................916

L.A. Fuess Partners...............................518

Schluter Systems................................ 923

Levantina...................................... 627, 629

Schuler Shook...................................... 702

LP Building Products...........................308

Shah Smith & Associates.....................419

M2 Studio Inc.......................................402

Sherwin-Williams Co. .......................... 533

M3 Glass Technologies........................ 910

Sika Sarnafil..........................................712

Major Industries...................................309

SIPS Texas............................................ 732

Manhattan Construction Co............... 425

Southwest Solutions Group.................819

Marvin Windows and Doors........801, 803

Spraylat Powder Coatings...................417

MBCI............................................. 728, 730

StoneCare of Texas..............................406

McElroy Metal.......................................613

STS Coatings........................................ 301

McGraw Hill Construction....................416

Sun Ports.............................................. 709

McLaughlin Brunson...........................609

TAMKO Building Products..................403

MCT Sheet Metal................................. 924

Temple-Inland...................................... 901

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Grand Openings.......723, 725, 822, 824

Examiners........................................1027

Mortar Net USA.................................... 705

Thermal Building Systems ........ 606. 608

Natural Gas Utilities of Texas.......612, 614

Total CAD Systems..................... 602, 603

NCARB...................................................319

Tri-Tex Enterprises....................... 931, 933

NOW Specialties...................................615

Turner Construction Co. .....................802

Nuconsteel............................................718

TXI......................................................... 707

OGI Architectural Metal Solutions...... 401

Tymetal Corp...................................... 1003

Oldcastle Building Products...............400

Virtual Builders Exchange....................818

Pacific Consulting Group.................... 322

W.G. Yates & Sons Construction Co.....418

ParexUSA.............................................. 424

Wade Architectural Systems.............. 807

PGT Industries......................................512

Water Technology................................404

Plyboo & Omarno/Tech Product

Wilks Masonry Corp..............................815

Specialties........................................604

WinDoor.................................................917

Polytronix............................................1001

Xella Aircrete North America......823, 825

PPG Industries.....................................800

York Metal Fabricators, Inc.................. 302

Projectmates/Systemates.................. 711

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InPro Corp. ...........................................618

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Schedule of Award Presentations and Recognitions The Board of Directors of the Texas Society of Architects is pleased to present the Society’s highest honors and recognitions at various events throughout the convention. For your convenience, the schedule of presentations follows.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28 10:15 a.m. at the General Session • 25-Year Award • Award for Outstanding Educational Contributions in Honor of Edward J. Romieniec FAIA

3:30 p.m. at the General Session • Award for Young Professional Achievement in Honor of William W. Caudill • Award for Community Service in Honor of James D. Pfluger FAIA

8:00 p.m. at the Presidents’ Gala • Architecture Firm Award • Cornerstone Award • Medal for Lifetime Achievement in Honor of Llewellyn W. Pitts FAIA

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29 11:45 a.m. at the Awards Luncheon • Award of Excellence in the Promotion of Architecture through the Media in Honor of John G. Flowers Hon. AIA • Citation of Honor • Artisan Award • Honorary Membership • Associate Member of the Year Award • Design Awards

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