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73rd annual convention and design expo 18–20 october 2012 austin convention center Fulfill your annual continuing education requirements in one weekend! Now offering USGBC-approved courses and LEED credit.


Table of Contents A Word from the President . . .................................. 3 Daily Schedule: Continuing Education, Events, and Tours Thursday, October 18. . ................................ 5 Friday, October 19. . ....................................13 Saturday, October 20.. .............................. 23 Sunday, October 21. . ................................. 31

Features & Attractions. . ...................................... 32 Volunteer to Help a Student............................... 33 Hotel Accommodations...................................... 34 General Information........................................... 35 Sponsorships . . .................................................... 37 Design Expo........................................................ 38 Awards and Recognitions................................... 40

Schedule at a Glance...................inside back cover Map.............................................inside back cover Registration Form............................. center spread

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Architecture Influences Architects have always understood, believed, and promoted the premise that architecture influences. From our early collegiate years and throughout our careers, we have studied and promoted how thoughtful design will not only accomplish our clients’ tangible objectives, but also touch and fulfill the aspirations to enhance, educate, and inspire. By engaging in civic passions through our involvement in our communities, architects influence and shape the built environment. By advocating the needs of our profession to our elected officials, we influence their decisions that enhance our opportunities to fulfill our mission. And by designing meaningful, influential architecture, our public gains a greater appreciation and understanding of the value of architects and architecture. Involvement, essentially, is leadership. You, as a member of the Texas Society of Architects, have considerable opportunities and responsibilities of leadership. Through our membership’s collaborative efforts on commissions and committees, Texas Architects continues to achieve presence and praise. Our inherent ability to problem solve has been consistently recognized as an asset necessary for all planning, developing, or redeveloping of buildings and communities. By influencing our clients, we directly influence the communities around us. Leadership is influence. This year we will gather for the 2012 Annual Convention in Austin, a city appreciated for its unique extremes, talents, history, and beauty. As we converge on our state’s capitol to learn, network, and socialize with our friends and colleagues, we must continue leveraging the relationships forged through our involvement in our professional society, and work to influence our clients, civic leaders, and students to speak for the value of architecture. INFLUENCE – the central mission for The Voice of Texas Architecture. Austin calls. See you in October!

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Craig Reynolds, FAIA 2012 President

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Daily Schedule: Continuing Education, Events, and Tours All events take place at the Austin 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. indicates the session meets the GBCI requirements for LEED credit. 2012 will be the first year Texas Architects offers LEED credit! Although not anticipated, session titles and speakers are subject to change. View www.texasarchitects.org/convention for updates. Session handouts will be posted to this site as .pdf documents at a later time.

Key to continuing education credit icons: Health, Safety, and Welfare American Disabilities Act Sustainable Design LEED

Key to track icons preceding each session title: Optional Event (costs extra/ticket required) Related to Theme窶的nfluence Appropriate for Associates/Interns Appropriate for Firm Principals Design/Planning Environment Leadership/Community Life Skills Marketing Practice Technology

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8:30 AM - 11:15 AM Early-Bird Workshop: The New Accessibility Standards Jeromy Murphy, AIA, American Construction Investigations The 2012 Texas Accessibility Standards are more restrictive in some critical areas but provide more latitude for designers to comply. This presentation identifies the major differences between the old standards and the new standards, beginning with applicability of the law and continuing with the major technical changes and special exceptions. Sponsored by Workman Commercial Construction Services, Ltd. CC 01 LUHs 2.75

Early-Bird Workshop: From Blueprints to Greenbacks­— Making a Business of Architecture D. Michael Hellinghausen, AIA, Omniplan Architects While we are in 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. They’ll then use 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 use all of this information to complete a fun quiz. Sponsored by Edwards & Mulhausen Interior Design CC 02 LUHs 2.75

9:45 AM - 11:00 AM Tour A: SOL Visit the holistic sustainable development SOL, a 40-unit community designed by KRDB, located three miles east of Austin’s Central Business District. Through a comprehensive systems approach to building technology and good passive design, these homes are 100 percent electric and capable of achieving Net Zero energy, which means they can produce as much energy as they consume. In addition, 40 percent of the homes are slated as affordable housing in partnership with the Guadalupe Neighborhood Development Corporation. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation) SOL (scan for video) CC 03 LUHs 1.25

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Tour B1: Governor’s Mansion (first tour) Take advantage of this rare opportunity to tour the newly completed restoration, renovation, and addition of the Governor’s Mansion with Dealey Herndon, the Project Manager, and Carolyn Peterson of Ford, Powell and Carson, the project

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architects. Spots are limited on this highly desired tour, so don’t dally in signing up! Driver’s license information will be required for all attendees. (limited to 20; fee includes transportation) CC 04 LUHs 1.25

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Annual Business Session Component leaders and members convene with Texas Architects’ leadership for general business, which includes election of 2013 officers and at-large directors by Chapter Delegates, annual reports, and highlights of the year’s programs and activities.

11:00 AM - 12:15 PM Tour B2: Governor’s Mansion (second tour) This is a repeat of Tour B1. Please see the previous tour description. CC 05 LUHs 1.25

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Creating New Societal and Real Estate Value: A Presentation by the UTA School of Architecture Center for Metropolitan Density Donald Gatzke, AIA, University of Texas at Arlington; Michael Buckley, University of Texas at Arlington Center for Metropolitan Density The University of Texas at Arlington School of Architecture has created an Advanced Studio to explore prototype solutions for high-density mixed-use environments as a companion to its new urban think-tank, The Center for Metropolitan Density (CfMD). This fast-paced session will illustrate the CfMD’s goals for defining the cultural, life/work, and societal benefits of increased density, along with selected studio concepts.   CC 06 LUH 1

Influencing the Quality of Life Thomas Hayne Upchurch, AIA, Upchurch Architects, Inc.; Elizabeth Price, AIA, Upchurch Architects, Inc.; Jennifer Eckermann, City of Brenham In small Texas rural towns, architects have unique capabilities and vision for improving communities. By getting involved and doing good work, concepts and ideas develop from small projects to big improvements. Come listen to how in Brenham, Texas, ideas for cleaning up a public alley led to an ICE-T grant and greater downtown improvements and development. CC 07 LUH 1

Apps for Architects: Mobile Applications for Increased Productivity Andrew Hawkins, AIA, Hawkins Architecture, Inc.; Ken Ethridge, AIA, Ethridge and Company Handheld devices and tablets create a new way to do business. The practice of architecture can greatly benefit from these devices with these new technologies, depending on how you use them. Learn how architects can equip them-

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12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Tour C: A Pair of Historical Gems See two old gems shined up and sparkling! A 1903 Victorian house has been enhanced by Mell Lawrence Architects. Just up the street, Clayton & Little Architects peeled back years of neglect to artfully restore and recreate the Byrne-Reed House, an Austin Landmark for the home of Humanities Texas, winner of preservation and design awards. (limited to 35; fee includes transportation) CC 09 LUHs 1.5

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12:45 PM - 1:45 PM Influence: Water. Greenroofs. Resilience. Joe Douglas Webb, AIA, Webb Architects While there are no certified Living Buildings in Houston currently, an office building designed by Webb Architects serves as a local prototype that exemplifies tools and technologies that let us begin to encroach on the strategies required in the Living Building Challenge. A result: we influence a client’s approach to development and the environment. CC 10 LUH 1

Small Green BIM François Lévy, AIA, AIAA, François Lévy Architect While Building Information Modeling (BIM) is often considered for large projects, BIMs ability to derive alternate, rich graphical, and tabular views can be key to making quantitatively informed decisions for high performance buildings. We’ll examine how using BIM early in design maximizes the sustainable potential for smaller buildings, whose performance is especially site- and climate-influenced. CC 11 LUH 1

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selves with the proper mobile devices to become more productive and efficient, integrating technologies into their everyday practice. CC 08 LUH 1

Art is Hell: Strategies for the Pursuit of Municipal Art Chuck Anastos, AIA, Chuck Anastos Associates, LLC As a subjective element in the built environment, public art can be inclusive, alienating, and divisive at the same time. Listen to how one architect’s twelveyear involvement with public art eventually allowed him to impact what art was procured and where it was placed in his community. CC 12 LUH 1

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12:45 PM - 3:30 PM Early-Bird Workshop: Process for Code Compliance Carroll Lee Pruitt, FAIA, Pruitt Consulting, Inc.; J. Matthew Brown, AIA, JMB2ArchitectureCooperative Learn a developed process for designing with code compliance in mind. Proper application of the code is a basic principle that many times is overlooked. This presentation will present a proven step-by-step process for applying the code and establishing code requirements, and it will provide specific details on establishing allowable area, type of construction, and means of egress. Means of egress will include proper calculation of occupant loads, travel distance, common path of travel, number of exits, and calculation of egress widths. Sponsored by LaMette Consulting, LLC CC 13 LUHs 2.75

Early-Bird Workshop: Building Enclosure Barriers Influence Building Performance George Blackburn, AIA, Construction Consulting International; Maria Schneider, Terra Shelter Codes and building owners are demanding higher performance buildings. But this can only be achieved architecturally with proper design and installation of building enclosure air, moisture, and thermal barriers. This presentation details the requirements, materials, methods, and validation associated with building envelope barriers, and will show you when, what, how, and where to employ detail and specify them. Sponsored by Vincent Hauser Architect CC 14 LUHs 2.75

1:00 PM - 5:30 PM AIA Austin Reading Room Open A salon experience for meeting Texas authors writing about architecture! Join us in a relaxed and comfortable environment to hear from authors including Larry Speck, FAIA, Frank Welch, FAIA, Jane Hickie, and Michael Malone, AIA. Books will be available for purchase and personalization. Look for the schedule on site during the Convention.

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Understanding LEED for Healthcare Kim Shinn, PE, LEED Fellow, TLC Engineering for Architecture; Chris Mundell, AIA, HKS This presentation will focus on the changes and differences between the new LEED for Healthcare rating system and LEED NC v2009. We will specifically address the new prerequisites required for certification, new credits created specifically for healthcare, and the minor changes to the existing credits. CC 15 LUH 1

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2:00 PM - 3:15 PM Living in the Landscape: Design that Embraces Nature Gary Furman, FAIA, Furman + Keil Architects, PLLC; Mell Lawrence, FAIA, Mell Lawrence Architects; Kevin Alter, Assoc. AIA, Alterstudio How have Austin architects drawn powerful design character from the beauty and ecology of the Texas Hill Country? How have they employed the climate, topography, and native materials of the region to create an authentic ethos of this memorable place? Three award-winning designers will discuss ways in which architecture and the natural environment can work together in symbiotic harmony. CC 17 LUHs 1.25

Propelling Virtual Collaboration and Knowledge Management with Video Michael Woods, AIA, RTKL Associates Inc. Architects, designers, engineers, manufacturers, and contractors have always collaborated, but the way we collaborate and the influence we have on each other is transforming in dramatic ways. Video is an effective tool to propel virtual collaboration and knowledge management, as it engages your audience and promotes innovations through sharing ideas. Come listen to the best ways to use this new and easy tool to enhance collaboration. CC 18 LUHs 1.25

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Rapid and Early Energy Modeling Wesley W. Stidham, AIA, LEED AP, PE, Shah Smith and Associates This presentation shows how early energy analysis can be used to make informed design decisions on building orientation, location, shading, and envelope designs to optimize the energy performance while staying true to the architect’s design vision. Explore examples of how early and rapid energy modeling allowed project teams to make informed building design decisions for energy performance with feedback on project costs, HVAC equipment sizes, and building appearance. CC 16 LUH 1

2:00 PM - 4:15 PM Tour D: Three Hip Hotels Head down to the hip, trendy SoCo neighborhood to wander through three uniquelydesigned boutique hotels. Two of the projects are the creations of this year’s Cornerstone recipient, Liz Lambert, with architects Bob Harris, FAIA, of Lake|Flato and Emily Little, FAIA, of Clayton & Little Architects. Hotel San Jose opened a decade ago and was a catalyst to much of the change in SoCo. It is a destination of choice for designers from around the world. Hotel St. Cecilia hits another high note

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as a secret enclave just steps from the hubbub of South Congress. For the last of the trio, Burton Baldridge Architects took a sliver of land between downtown and the suburbs and transformed it into a design-savvy destination, the Kimber Modern. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation) Sponsored by Hossley Lighting CC 19 LUHs 2.25

Tour E: Living and Working in Downtown Here’s your chance to see two of the best makeovers in downtown! On top of the historic Norwood Tower, once home to the Texas Society of Architects, Barbee Architects converted three levels of penthouse, terraces, and pool into the most unique pied-àterre in the city as a home for Luci Johnson and Ian Turpin. Just a block south of Norwood Tower is the mid-century modern McGarrah Jessee building, which graced the cover of Texas Architect in 2011. Come see how McKinney York transformed the space originally designed by Florence Knoll and Tom Shefelman! (limited to 35; fee includes transportation) McGarrah Jessee (scan for video)

Sponsored by McKinney York Architects CC 20 LUHs 2.25

3:30 PM - 7:30 PM Expo Open Come and see the newest innovations in building materials, design technology, construction services, and more! Whether you’re here to check in with a favorite supplier, reaffirm fellowship, share information, or look for the idea that can make your practice cutting edge, our Design Expo is the place for you.

3:45 PM - 5:15 PM Design-Build Status Report: Real Lessons from Real Practitioners Peter L. Gluck, Peter Gluck and Partners Architects; Mark Friedlander, Schiff Hardin LP Design-build project delivery offers new opportunities, increased productivity, enhanced profitability, and greater control of projects. To be successful, architects’ so-called traditional roles and accepted behaviors must change. Hear perspectives from an architect-led design-build practice as well as legal counsel advising those operating exclusively in design-build project delivery. CC 21 LUHs 1.5

Defining and Executing Quality Control within a Design Practice Steve Patmon, AIA, SJPA This presentation will explore a client’s expectations as they pertain to quality, quality control, and implementation strategies for quality control. Additionally, the presentation will feature an interactive work session and discussion focused around the design practice process, so you can learn how to offer the

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What’s New in LEED Michael Kawecki, GA-C, LEED AP BD+C, ID+C, O+M, Axiom Sustainable Consulting Are you already familiar with the LEED Rating System but need a quick update on the recent changes? We will cover items such as the new LEED ratings systems (and those in development), the structural and major credit changes in LEED v2009, LEED Interpretations, Regionalization, the new Minimum Program Requirements, the LEED Pilot Credit Library, LEED Automation, and more. CC 23 LUHs 1.5

Design in Austin: It’s about Quality of Life Larry Speck, FAIA, Page Southerland Page; Arthur W. Andersson, AIA, Andersson Wise Architects; Dick Clark, AIA, Dick Clark Architecture; Juan Miró, FAIA, Miró Rivera Architects Four design architects who have made significant contributions to the creation of many the most memorable and endearing parts of the city will talk about how design generates amenity, interaction, and a celebration of everyday living. CC 24 LUHs 1.5

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The Wizard Show - An Interactive Learning Game about Architects’ Role in Energy Efficiency Kirk Teske, AIA, HKS; Kim Shinn, PE, LEED Fellow, TLC Engineering for Architecture A lively and interactive demonstration of how architects can integrate energy modeling into their design process to inform their schematic phase design decisions. The presenters will divide attendees into competitive teams and engage them as participants in the design process. CC 25 LUHs 1.5

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4:45 PM - 6:15 PM Tour F: Saint Andrew’s Episcopal School Chapel Come see the new Saint Andrew’s Episcopal School Chapel in mid-town Austin! Designed by STG, the chapel is the crowning glory of a campus started in 1952 and devoted to a daily chapel experience for its students grades 1-8. Designed to fit an odd-shaped lot, the serene architecture and its connection to the rest of the campus have significant lessons to impart. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation) CC 26 LUHs 1.5

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5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Welcome Party: Austin’s SoCo Influence There isn’t a place in the world that’s managed to marry the hip and the trendy with down-home Texas fun like Austin. Visit the Town Square in the Expo Hall, which features a South Congress food trailer, where you can relax at a picnic table and enjoy live music, festive drinks, and snacks. You’ll even have an opportunity to play a few frames of bowling, and maybe even work on your golf swing! The Welcome Party is the perfect place to mix with exhibitors, meet new friends, and reaffirm bonds with a few old ones. Sponsored by DPR Construction, ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions

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 the details for your event in the on-site guide, or contact your alumni organization.

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7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Acme Breakfast, Hilton Austin 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.

8:00 AM - 9:15 AM Tah.Ma.Lah - An Environmentally Regenerative Residence well beyond LEED Kirk Teske, AIA, HKS Tah.Ma.Lah., the Holland-Yates family’s rural home, was designed and built with full commitment to the goal of exceeding every existing performance standard, going well beyond LEED Platinum and striving to create a project that is not just sustainable but restorative in every aspect. The lessons learned and the concepts presented are applicable to buildings of all types and sizes. CC 27 LUHs 1.25

Ready, Set, Action: Video Use for Architects Susan H. Welker, AIA, Harris Welker Architects; Brad Bogus, Speak Social Why should firms use video in their marketing efforts? What’s the best way to use video in website portfolios, jobsite interviews, client testimonials, and digital capsules of historical architecture? Come listen to the do’s and don’ts of using video for in-house uses and case studies, including Q&A time for participants to share and learn from others. CC 28 LUHs 1.25

Claim Symposium Scott Lyford, Mills Shirley LLP; Grant Gealy, Mills Shirley LLP Join Lyford and Gealy as they delve into approximately 10 different claims against architects, reviewing what facts and factors influenced the claims, how the design professionals responded to the claims, what influence the contracts had, the legal issues the claims raised, and how understanding this process can influence how you practice.

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Sponsored by Waeltz and Prete, Inc. CC 29 LUHs 1.25

Form Follows Function: The New Parkland Hospital in Dallas Chuck Armstrong, AIA, Corgan; Thomas Taylor, PE, Datum Engineers This presentation by Armstrong (Lead Designer) and Taylor (PIC Design Engineer) explain the relationships between departmental function and architectural massing in this two million SF replacement hospital design. The resulting iconic massing called for extraordinary structural strategies and solutions. CC 30 LUHs 1.25

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Raising an Influential Intern Laura Davis, AIA, HPD Architecture LLC; Larry Paschall, AIA, HPD Architecture LLC Interns traditionally are assigned tasks that offer little exposure to design or the dynamics of the overall business. This session outlines steps to help mentors and interns leverage opportunities to create influential relationships that benefit both intern and firm. CC 31 LUHs 1.25

Social Media: Advanced Tactics Andrew Hawkins, AIA, Hawkins Architecture, Inc. An advanced look at strategies and techniques to take your social media presence to the next level. Learn tips for greater interaction, how to increase your visibility, discuss metrics in a manner that is understandable, and receive tips on managing a successful social media identity. CC 32 LUHs 1.25

When Worlds Collide: ADA and LEED Michael Kawecki, GA-C, LEED AP BD+C, ID+C, O+M, Axiom Sustainable Consulting More and more teams are pursuing LEED and are being surprised at the end when they don’t pass an ADA inspection. But LEED is intended to work with ADA regulations. This session will focus on multiple LEED credits and include the key points to focus on to ensure ADA compliance along with successful LEED Certification. Sponsored by SpawGlass CC 33 LUHs 1.25

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM Tour G: Topfer Theatre at ZACH Austin’s most vibrant performing arts organization and oldest continually operating theatre in Texas, ZACH will open its new, 420-seat Topfer Theatre in September 2012, nearly doubling its current capacity. Andersson-Wise Architects designed the building and surrounding outdoor spaces to define a dramatic, iconic image for ZACH within the context of the city, transforming the property into a performing arts campus that engages its site on Lady Bird Lake. Arthur W. Andersson, AIA, will lead the tour through this sustainablydesigned building. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation) Sponsored by JE Dunn Topfer Theatre

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Tour H1: New Federal Courthouse Hard Hat Tour (first tour) Take advantage of a rare opportunity to see the new U.S. Courthouse in Austin just before occupancy. Mere weeks after this tour, the Courthouse will be locked

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Sponsored by Architectural Engineers Collaborative CC 35 LUHs 1.5

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8:00 AM - 5:30 PM AIA Austin Reading Room Open The Architects’ Reading Room, presented by AIA Austin, will be open all day. Make sure to check the on-site schedule to see who’s signing, and when!

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Tips and Tricks for using the NCARB Practice Software Pablo Serna, Assoc. AIA, Serna + Design Consultants If you’re an intern or associate looking for ways to prepare for the ARE, come listen to short, informative vignettes presented while utilizing the NCARB practice software and the ARE User’s Forum! Attendees are encouraged to bring a laptop and download software in advance. Presented by AIA Austin.

9:30 AM - 10:45 AM General Session The High Line and Community: Transforming Manhattan’s West End Robert Hammond, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Friends of the High Line The High Line, a new public park atop an elevated freight rail structure on Manhattan’s West Side, is among the most innovative urban reclamation projects in memory. Come and listen to Robert Hammond, co-founder of Friends of the High Line, share his story about the High Line’s preservation and transformation at a time when the historic structure was under the threat of demolition. With no prior experience in planning and development, Hammond and Co-Founder Joshua David collaborated with their neighbors, elected officials, artists, local business owners, and leaders of burgeoning movements in horticulture and landscape architecture to create a park celebrated worldwide as a model for creatively (scan for video) designed, socially vibrant, ecologically sound Hammond

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down by security, and no one else will have the same freedom to experience the courthouse’s beautifully crafted interiors. Designed by Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects, this elegant building is the last word in courthouse design. Due to the nature of the site, cameras and cell phones will not be allowed. Please make sure to bring a hard hat! (limited to 30; fee includes transportation)

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public space. Sponsored by D|C|CADD CC 36 LUHs 1

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM Tour I: Congress Avenue - A Laboratory of Urban Planning As a sister program to the panel “So Close Yet So Far Out: Austin’s SoCo District,” walk from the Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge to the Old Bakery just south of the Capitol. Within those 11 blocks, observe the myriad design goals, market pressures, public policies, and logistics that are currently shaping development and redevelopment along the most famous street in the state. This is a walking tour, and does not accommodate all accessibility needs. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation) Sponsored by D|C|CADD CC 37 LUHs 1.25

Tour H2: New Federal Courthouse Hard Hat Tour (second tour) This is a repeat of Tour H1. Please see the previous tour description. CC 38 LUHs 1.5

11:00 AM - 5:30 PM Expo Open, Lunch with Exhibitors Reserve an easy-to-eat box lunch (only $10) 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 PM, but you must be present to win! Sponsored by Hanson Brick

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Fireside Chats with Texas Architects If you’re an intern, associate, student, or young architect, here’s your chance to have a conversation with some of Texas’s iconic and influential architects! In a series of seminars reserved only for emerging professionals, we’re offering six intimate conversations where Ted Flato, FAIA, Max Levy, FAIA, Natalye Appel, FAIA, Val Glitsch, FAIA, Larry Speck, FAIA, and Frank Welch, FAIA, can share their wisdom, experience, and career advice. Participants can only attend one seminar, and seats are limited, so make sure to register early!

12:15 PM - 2:00 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 2012 will be introduced. (Location to be

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Sponsored by Austin Fellows: Tommy Cowan, FAIA, Heather McKinney, FAIA, John Nyfeler, FAIA; Larry Speck, FAIA

11:45 AM - 2:00 PM Tour J: East Austin Artisan Tour An annual “must see” in Austin is the November East Austin Studio Tour—a twoweekend walk-around of hundreds of studios of artists and artisans who live and work in this eclectic neighborhood. We’ve selected the best of the best architectural artisans for a mini-tour that will end at the famous Springdale Farms, a sustainable, local, family owned and operated farm. This is your chance to stock up on some of the best stuff grown in Texas and get a glimpse into why Austin is homegrown and handmade! (limited to 30; fee includes transportation) CC 39 LUHs 2.25

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Light, Energy, The Environment: The Influence of Sustainable Design Research on Contemporary Practice Matt Fajkus, AIA, The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture In recent decades, the disciplines of architecture and engineering have grown increasingly distant, particularly as building system complexity has led to specialization within both fields. Sustainable initiatives offer the possibility to integrate seemingly disparate agendas of performance and aesthetics, both in research and practice. CC 40 LUH 1

So Close Yet So Far Out: Austin’s SoCo District Jana McCann, AIA, McCann Adams Studio; Jay Barnes, AIA, Barnes, Gromatzky, Kosarek Architects; Liz Lambert, Bunkhouse Group; Teri Myers, Preservation Central, Inc. South Congress wasn’t always the hip, fun place that it is. So how did it get there? Come take a historic look at the funk and cool that is South Congress Avenue’s SoCo District, and the power of creative restoration and reinvention along the historic avenue! CC 41 LUH 1

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Understanding Pleasure and Its Role in Place Earl Broussard, AIA, TBG Partners Why are humans drawn to creativity by nature? What’s evolution’s role in creativity? New discoveries in neuroscience are revealing exciting insights into who we are as human beings and pleasure’s role in our evolution. Together we’ll examine how issues of framing and essence can create value in art and landscapes. CC 42 LUH 1

It’s Elementary! How AIA Chapters Can Get Architects Involved in Local Schools Darren Heine, AIA, BBA Architects; C. Denise Shaw, AIA, Carson Design As-

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sociates; John Cameron, AIA, Connolly Architects; Jason Fryer, AIA, O’Connell Robertson; Stephanie Perry, Hill Elementary; Paul Martinez, Assoc. AIA, Ariktex Studio How can architects be The Voice for Texas Architecture and use their collective INFLUENCE in their communities? Hear from leaders in AIA Austin and AIA Brazos’ “Architecture in the Schools” programs present how AIA chapters, large and small, are making a difference by involving children, parents, and teachers in the analysis and design of the built environment. CC 43 LUH 1

Roofing Constructions: An Interactive Look at Roofing Systems, Requirements, and Installations Edis T. Oliver, WJE Join us in a discussion of common roofing systems used in commercial buildings, exploring pros and cons, code requirements, and methods for selecting systems based on usage and construction. This presentation will also include a hands-on demonstration of some typical roofing system installations. CC 44 LUH 1

Changes Ahead: TBAE, The Sunset Process, and How You Can Make Your Voice Heard Cathy Hendricks, Texas Board of Architectural Examiners The Texas Board of Architectural Examiners (TBAE) is evolving. With TBAE’s Sunset review ongoing and the Texas Legislature convening soon, we’ll keep you informed of the latest developments and ways to take part. We’ll also cover amended agency rules, accessibility news, and other information you need, and finish with Q&A. CC 45 LUH 1

Designing the High Line: Gansevoort to 30th Street Robert Hammond, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Friends of the High Line The High Line, a public park atop an elevated rail line on Manhattan’s West Side, is among the most innovative urban reclamation projects. Co-Founder Robert Hammond will talk about the High Line’s design, now celebrated as a model for creatively designed, socially vibrant, and ecologically sound public space. CC 46 LUH 1

Archibowl - Come on Down! Pablo Serna, Assoc. AIA, Serna + Design Consultants Utilizing the always popular Archi-Flash software, intern and associate contestants will participate in a rousing game of Archi-Bowl for fun and prizes! Come prepare for the ARE while meeting new emerging professionals in a game of friendly competition. Presented by AIA Austin.

2:15 PM - 3:30 PM General Session Now You See It: Telling Stories about the Built World Roman Mars, Radio Host and Producer of 99% Invisible While consumers are invited to have opinions about the products of graphic and industrial design, discussions about architecture often rely heavily on unneces-

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Roman Mars is host and producer of 99% (scan to listen) Invisible, a short radio show about design and Mars architecture. With nearly two million downloads, the 99% Invisible podcast recently reached number two in the iTunes rankings for all podcasts, as well as number one in both the Arts and the Design categories. Sponsored by SpawGlass CC 47 LUHs 1

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Tour K1: Architectural Research + Support Facilities - An Inside View (first tour) Want to know about the research being conducted in our profession? Come see the results of on-going and completed research projects taking place at UT’s School of Architecture. The tour will include a visit to the Center for Sustainable Development, which features the Thermal and Daylighting Labs. Also on the tour is a visit to the University Co-op Materials Resource Center, which houses over 28,000 material samples and will feature exhibits of material and fabrication research completed by current UTSoA faculty members. Finally, tour attendees will visit the Architectural Conservation Lab where historic materials are studied at the microscopic scale for weathering affects. (limited to 25; fee includes transportation) Arch. Research (scan for video) CC 48 LUH 1

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sary jargon that distances the average person from the art form where they literally live and breathe. Roman Mars believes it doesn’t have to be this way—it’s up to design professionals to learn how to inspire mindfulness and wonder in all the things that surround us. Once we all begin to view the world through this lens, the inorganic springs to life and we can see all the humanity in the built environment.

2:30 PM - 4:30 PM Tour L: What’s New at The University of Texas at Austin? Come see two of the newest additions to the University of Texas campus! Designed by Lawrence Group Architects, the Belo Center for New Media is a high-tech “gateway” building on the west side of campus and will be the new home for the College of Communication’s Journalism and Advertising departments, as well as KUT Radio. On the East Mall side of campus, the new Student Activity Center by Overland Partners brings a whole new scale and aesthetic to its neighborhood. Both buildings, although very different, illustrate the evo-

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lution of design within the Master Plan tenets. This tour does require some walking, and does not accommodate all accessibility needs. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation) CC 49 LUHs 2

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Tour K2: Architectural Research + Support Facilities - An Inside View (second tour) This is a repeat of Tour K1. Please see the previous tour description. CC 50 LUH 1

3:45 PM - 5:00 PM Architectural and Building Code Influences for Preserving Historic Buildings - Case Study: The Historic Bexar County Courthouse Lewis Fisher, AIA, Fisher Heck Architects The Bexar County Courthouse is a San Antonio landmark, dating back to 1896 and featuring gorgeous Romanesque Revival design. But what goes into renovating such a structure? This program will use Texas’s largest and oldest historic courthouse as a case study to highlight code deficiencies and design implications related to preserving and adapting historic buildings to contemporary needs, and will walk participants through the maze of complexities and challenges design teams face when renovating historic buildings. Courthouse (scan for video) CC 51 LUHs 1.25

High-Density Development: Sustainable Growth Strategy Scott Ziegler, Sr., AIA, Ziegler Cooper Architects Come and explore several high-density mixed-use development models, and follow as we use them to create a sustainable urban growth strategy. We’ll also discuss the failures of the suburban sprawl model, and look at the environmental benefits of micro-village developments through several case studies. Sponsored by SpawGlass CC 52 LUHs 1.25

Lean Project Delivery - An Alternative Delivery Method Jason Choyce, AIA, DPR Construction; Jim Susman, AIA, STG Design By using Target Value Design, Lean Design, and the appropriate Building Information Modeling tools, see how a design team took on the stalled St. Edward’s University new Natural Science and Technology Center building and added a significant amount of scope to the project during the nine-month preconstruction phase. In the end, over 15 construction cost estimates and multiple micro budgets helped guide the design team to create the correct design the first time, thus avoiding multiple drawing revisions that are typical during a “value engineering” process. Learn the techniques that helped this project be St.

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2012 COTE - Top 10 Eco-Buildings and Communities Filo Castore, AIA, Perkins+Will The AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Top 10 Award is the profession’s best-known recognition for sustainable design excellence. The 2012 award winners will be presented with an overview of the design and sustainability goals that drove their projects, and lessons learned. Jurors’ comments will be shared on the advance of sustainability. CC 54 LUHs 1.25

Live Performance Theater Design - It’s Not Just an Auditorium Anymore Chip Ulich, Schuler Shook Live production has become increasingly complex, and so have the buildings presenting these shows. Today’s theaters are designed to accommodate intelligent/moving lighting, video, motorized systems, stage lifts, concert enclosures, and variable acoustic systems. This session takes a holistic look at theater design. CC 55 LUHs 1.25

Pugin at 200 Jason Haskins, Assoc. AIA, Locus Iste In honor of the bicentenary of AWN Pugin, we will consider how he continues to influence church architecture by weighing the polemics surrounding revivals of Gothic architecture against its persistent appeal. CC 56 LUHs 1.25

If Your Firm Fell in the Woods… Laura Davis, AIA, HPD Architecture LLC; Larry Paschall, AIA, HPD Architecture LLC If your firm was to close today, what would be its legacy? The architecture you created, or the influence you had on employees, clients, and the community? “If Your Firm Fell in the Woods” outlines the steps involved in creating a memorable and valuable footprint for your firm. Sponsored by SpawGlass

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Edward’s most successful project to date.

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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM The Old Way and the New Way Larry Speck, FAIA, Page Southerland Page Do you think the “Old Way” of viewing and critiquing architecture and architects needs to change? Has society changed? Has the industry changed? Join other Interns and Associate members as they discuss the “New Way.”

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7:30 PM - 10:00 PM Emerging Professionals’ Gathering - “Arthouse of Congress” Come and enjoy a night under the stars – literally – in the heart of Austin! Join other emerging professionals (associates, interns, students, and young architects) on the rooftop of AMOA–Arthouse at the Jones Center in downtown Austin, a beautiful modern art museum designed by New York’s LTL Architects, mere blocks from the Texas Capitol. Share your stories, knowledge, and experience with one another as we provide drinks, food, and music, with all of downtown Austin at your feet! Sponsored by The Arthouse at the Jones Center

7:00 PM - 10:30 PM Gala Evening, Hilton Austin The annual Gala Evening is a celebratory environment shared with close friends and business associates. It’s an opportunity to engage in warm fellowship and inspiring recognition for the year’s accomplishments. Hosted by 2012 President Craig Reynolds, FAIA, and the 17 AIA component presidents, the evening is highlighted by the presentation of the Medal for Lifetime Achievement in Honor of Llewellyn W. Pitts FAIA, the Architecture Firm Award, and the 12th Cornerstone Award. Chapter presidents join President Reynolds in a champagne toast prior to dessert. Guests enjoy drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and a three-course dinner with wine. Before the dinner, guests will hear short, student-composed musical works, inspired by the architectural process. Sponsored by Headwaters Construction Materials (Dinner); Flintco (Dinner); JQ (Dinner); Haynes Whaley (Wine & Champagne Toast); Bury + Partners (Reception); University of Texas Performing Arts – Tommy Cowan, FAIA (Music)

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8:00 AM - 1:00 PM AIA Austin Reading Room Open The Architects’ Reading Room will close at 1:00 p.m. today. This will be your last chance to get your personalized copy of a book by your favorite architect!

8:15 AM - 9:30 AM Lean Architecture - Excellence in Project Delivery Michael F. Czap, AIA, RTKL Associates, Inc. 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. CC 58 LUHs 1.25

A New Life for a Nationally Registered Historic Building - and Getting LEED Platinum Certification Robert L. O’Connell, Consultant to Dallas Area Rapid Transit; Steve Bourn, AIA, Dallas Area Rapid Transit In March of 2011, the near-century-old Monroe Shops streetcar maintenance building was converted into the DART Police Headquarters, with a focus on making the renovations as environmentally sensitive as possible. The work was soon rewarded: the DART Police Headquarters became the first publicly owned building listed on the National Register of Historic Places to achieve LEED Platinum Certification. Come listen to a panel discussion about how the historic nature of the building influenced the renovations, and how they maintained the building’s place in the community while implementing effective sustainable strategies! CC 59 LUHs 1.25

Hinterlands: The First Texas Architects Design Conference

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Michael Malone, AIA, Michael Malone Architects, Inc.; Mark Wellen, AIA, Rhotenberry Wellen February 2012 marked the first Texas Architects Design Conference. Themed as “Hinterlands,” the program looked at the idea that great architecture can occur anywhere. In Midland, attendees listened to Brian MacKay Lyons and a special symposium. Frank Welch, FAIA, led attendees on walking tours through some of his early work and four of his houses. Come study the past to learn design principles for the future! (scan for video) CC 60 LUHs 1.25 Hinterlands

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Numbers, Numbers, Numbers: Dissecting the Difference in Green Standards Robert Meckfessel, FAIA, DSGN Associates; Doug Ekstrom, Purdy-McGuire, Inc. Architects must deal with many numerical standards when designing to high levels of sustainability: LEED, ASHRAE, 2030, carbon zero, net zero, and more. Using a case study of Dallas Fire Station #6 (LEED Platinum targeted), the design team will compare standards, exploring their significance, their limitations, and why they don’t always agree. CC 61 LUHs 1.25

The Fellowship Process Donna Kacmar, FAIA, University of Houston; Larry Speck, FAIA, PageSoutherlandPage; Canan Yetmen, CYMK Group Kacmar, Speck, and Yetmen will present strategies for successful College of Fellowship submittals. College of Fellows Texas representatives will share how many Texas chapters are supporting the fellowship process. CC 62 LUHs 1.25

8:15 AM - 10:15 AM Tour M: All about the W Austin Hotel and Residences

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Block 21, located at the heart of an enlivened Second Street, features a bold hotel, condominiums, and the Moody Theater, the new home for Austin City Limits. Come see what all the buzz is about in this neighborhood and in this building! Arthur Andersson, AIA, of Andersson-Wise Architects, the design architect, will take us through the hotel and theater, and Tim Cuppett will wrap up with a tour of residences within the stylish, sophisticated W tower. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation) CC 63 LUHs 2

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM What Are Employers Looking For in the Future? Carole Steadham, Hon. AIA, Placement by Design Join us for a panel discussion with employers from around the state from a variety of firm and practice types, discussing what talents, training, and experience makes an employee most desirable.

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. Or, return that phone call or email that’s been waiting all morning. However, you’d like to spend it, this break is yours, so enjoy it!

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Architect as Trusted Code Advisor Carroll Lee Pruitt, FAIA, Pruitt Consulting, Inc. Code compliance in today’s world can be a daunting challenge. The ever-changing maze of codes creates many obstacles to the design of today’s buildings. Yet as registered architects, our responsibility is to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the occupants of the built environment. Code knowledge sets us apart from the building designer. Become a Trusted Code Advisor. CC 64 LUHs 1.5

Scoping Provisions of the new 2012 Texas Accessibility Standards Gaila Barnett, AIA, Barnett Consulting Group The 2012 Texas Accessibility Standards (TAS) came into effect in March 2012 with several key differences from the 1994 TAS. We’ll analyze the differences and explore the ways scoping pertains to all TAS sections, how to meet the necessary requirements, the differences in implementing the TAS in a new building and an existing building, and the notable exceptions to the TAS. Sponsored by SpawGlass CC 65 LUHs 1.5

Green By Design IS Influence Peter Pfeiffer, FAIA, Barley & Pfeiffer Architects Green building “BY DESIGN” represents a special talent and gift to society that only architects can deliver. It is not just the right thing to do: it pays in such a way that most people can relate to. But to have the influence in the sustainable living arena, to say nothing of society in general, you have to be able to articulate the value of this to your potential clients, clients, and the public—and to do it very well. Come and get some ideas as to how to accomplish this. CC 66 LUHs 1.5

Design Awards Panel 1 Come listen to the winners and judges of the Texas Architects 2012 Design Awards describe what made the winners so compelling, and how their designs augment their clients’ lives, the community, and the environment. CC 67 LUHs 1.5

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10:15 AM - 11:45 AM Emerging Professionals’ Forum: Lessons from the YAF20 Summit Jennifer Workman, AIA, AIA Dallas; Sam Garcia, AIA, AIA Lower Rio Grande Valley This year the YAF celebrates 20 years of serving architects at the development stages of their careers. In recognition of this milestone, leaders from all levels of the profession gathered for the YAF20 Summit to examine issues affecting young architects today. Join us for an interactive presentation detailing the outcomes identified during the YAF20 Summit. Jennifer Workman, AIA, and Sam Garcia, AIA, will share best practices to support, engage, and communicate with emerging professionals.

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10:45 AM - 12:15 PM Tour N: Organic House

Organic House

Designed by John Watson in 1978, “Organic House” is set deep in the rolling hills of West Austin. Originally conceived as a concrete vault hovering over the valley and stream below, the recent addition of a negative edge pool appears to bring the stream right through the house. Come see why, in builder Don Crowell’s words, “it’s like living in a cave and a tree house at the same time.” (limited to 40; fee includes transportation) CC 68 LUHs 1.5

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM 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. Or, return that phone call or email that’s been waiting all morning. However, you’d like to spend it, this break is yours, so enjoy it! Sponsored by Sebesta Blomberg

11:45 AM - 1:15 PM Awards Luncheon Celebrate passionate leadership, inspiring achievement, and design excellence as Texas Architects recognizes those who have made exceptional contributions to the built environment. The presentation of the 2012 Honor Awards demonstrates the efforts of members, individuals, and organizations that have improved the profession and their communities. Recipients of the Texas Architects 2012 Design Awards receive their awards and brief jury comments are provided. Learn about the significant contributions being made and all that is being accomplished. Sponsored by Westminster Manor Project Team: Life Care Services - Brian Robbins; Perkins & Will - Paul Donaldson; Urbanobsky Project Management; Westminster Manor Board of Trustees; White Construction - Neel White CC 69 LUHs 1.5

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Measure Twice and Cut Once: A Fresh Approach to Integrated Project Delivery Richard Markel, AIA, M Moser Associates; David Weinberg, AIA, M Moser Associates Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) is an innovation emerging as the preferred way to organize project teams to achieve more efficient and better-planned projects.

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LEDs - Getting Beyond the Hype Jefferey F. Knox, Schuler Shook We compare LED sources with other lamp technologies and point out the pros and cons of each. We will look at some of the regulations being developed to help ensure that we get what the manufacturers are claiming, and provide the best possible lighting for every project. CC 71 LUH 1

The Architectural Potential of Tilt Wall Design Jeffrey Brown, AIA, Powers Brown Architecture; Mark P. Gardner, Hinman Consulting Engineers This presentation will balance exploration of the general design opportunities that are possible utilizing tilt wall construction technology (including building type emphasis and creating markets around this method) with an in depth exposition on how this technology accommodates, at very low cost, the current Department of Defense Unified Facility Criteria for Blast and Progressive Collapse resistance.  CC 72 LUH 1

2012 Texas Accessibility Standards: 10 Big Changes Jeromy Murphy, AIA, American Construction Investigations, Ltd. The 2012 Texas Accessibility Standards are more restrictive in some critical areas but provide more latitude for designers to comply. This presentation will cover ten important changes architects need to know. CC 73 LUH 1

The Architect’s Boot Camp Matthew C. Ryan, Allensworth & Porter, LLP; Matthew B. Cano, Allensworth Porter, LLP I am a new architect with so many questions! How and when do I use my seal? Do I need insurance? What are my obligations to the profession, community and state? This session provides an overview of the critical items that all practicing architects need to know. CC 74 LUH 1

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IPD is a team-centric approach that increases value to the owner by leveraging the knowledge, experience and talent of all team members to improve quality, eliminate waste, and reduce costs with less risk. CC 70 LUH 1

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Tour O: Uniquely Austin Residences Visit two unique Austin residences! One home, perched above Lake Austin, was designed as “hill-town” and was constructed in the mid 90s. Recently, the original architect Paul Lamb had the unique opportunity to refine his work with additions, a pool, and a total interior renovation. Craftsmanship doesn’t get any better than this. The other residence is located in a neighborhood listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Burton Baldridge, AIA, built and currently owns this unabashedly modern, urban glass home designed to fit into the his-

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toric neighborhood and to be private and energy efficient. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation) CC 75 LUHs 2

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM A Grand Adventure: Influencing Your Project Management to Control Risks Jim Atkins, FAIA, Atkins Consulting; Grant Simpson, FAIA This workshop explores project management activities that carry increased risk, and examines how to influence your project management with transparent risk control, benefiting everyone involved. Jim Atkins, FAIA, and Grant Simpson, FAIA, will guide attendees through critical basic services while examining risk options through interactive discussion. Influence your services with risk awareness for an effective project delivery. CC 76 LUHs 1.5

Managing the Architect-Consultant Relationship from Contracting through Claims R. Craig Williams, AIA Esq., HKS; Hollye C. Fisk, FAIA, Fisk & Fielder, P.C. Architects are generally responsible and liable for services and acts of their consultants. Therefore, it’s critical to gain a thorough understanding of an architect’s responsibilities with regard to consultants, how to manage the solicitation of proposals, negotiating contract terms for scopes of services and legal issues, and managing claims. This program will analyze the nature of the conultant relationship, and how to proceed with the best results for everyone. CC 77 LUHs 1.5

Cracking the Code - An Early Look at the New International Green Construction Code Robert L. Meckfessel, FAIA, DSGN Associates; Betsy del Monte, FAIA, LEED AP, The Beck Group This session will describe the overall structure of the IgCC, its key elements, and how it is different from current codes and green standards, such as LEED. Potential challenges to its successful adoption and implementation will be discussed, including technical requirements, potential pressures on project budgets, liability, and contractual issues for practitioners. CC 78 LUHs 1.5

Choices of Air Barriers for Commercial Enclosures - AB-01 Casey Robb, DuPont Building Innovations This seminar will review the basics of air leakage and air leakage control: sources of air leakage, impact of air leakage on building enclosure performance, strategies for air leakage control, and the most recent advances in air barrier codes and air leakage control implementation through measurement and verification programs. CC 79 LUHs 1.5

Leadership Effectiveness and Creative Problem-Solving Peter A. DeLisle, Ph.D., The Posey Leadership Institute at Austin College

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Design Awards Panel 2 A continuing panel discussing the designs of the 2012 Design Award Winners. Please see Class Code 67 for more. CC 81 LUHs 1.5

NCARB and You: IDP, ARE, and Certification Martin Smith, AIA, NCARB, LEED, National Council of Architectural Registration Board Smith will present on a range of licensure topics relevant to students, interns, supervisors, architects, and people in the architecture profession. The presentation will review what steps are necessary to achieve licensure to become an architect. Smith will also cover other programs that should be considered to get the most out of a career in architecture. Updates to IDP 2.0 will be covered as well.

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Tour P: A Walk through History at The University of Texas at Austin Experience a book coming to life with Larry Speck, FAIA, guiding you across the UT campus. Speck (along with co-author Richard Cleary) wrote the new definitive book on the buildings of UT, The University of Texas at Austin (Campus Guides). Strap on your best walking shoes for a thoroughly entertaining jaunt through the campus, highlighting trends in architecture and campus planning. Get the backstory on all the best and worst of this beloved home of Bevo. This is a walking tour, and does not accommodate all accessibility needs. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation) Waggner Hall (scan for video) CC 82 LUHs 1.5

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This highly interactive seminar will address the issue of leadership effectiveness and decision-making. The importance of critical self-reflection and awareness of the impact of the leader’s behavior on people and processes will be examined in depth through the use of an inventory and dialogue on cognitive problemsolving. The session will develop personal insight in real-time. CC 80 LUHs 1.5

The Influence of 21st Century Education Principles on K-12 School Facility Design Michael B. Baker, AIA, Parkhill, Smith & Cooper, Inc.; Melody L. Will, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk District The Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) is the largest geographical K-12 school district in the world. DoDEA recently changed to 21st Century Education Specifications. This change has influenced the architecture of DoDEA school facilities worldwide. This session will focus on how 21st Century Education has changed the school environment, both inside and out. CC 83 LUHs 1.5

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The Rolodex Reflex: Digital Methodologies for the Lean Design Practice J. Michael Leinback, AIA, Randall Scott Architects, Inc. As design firms increasingly look to BIM to streamline the entire architectural process, antiquated and clumsy internal office procedures and processes stubbornly persist. This session will explore the various tools, systems, and methodologies that can truly promote and support a lean practice by managing data, documents, communication, events, resources, and more. CC 84 LUHs 1.5

Improving Lighting Quality Using Demonstrations and Mock Ups Charles Thompson, FAIA, Achillume Lighting Design, Inc. Fast paced technology developments have challenged the design professional to master lighting solutions using digital tools and 3D modeling. Often the value of hands-on manipulation of light is forgotten in this frenetic pace of new product, technology, and codes. This seminar will remind you of the tactile quality of light, and describe a process to improve most lighting details. Specific attention will be paid to design and executing a successful mock-up. CC 85 LUHs 1.5

Timber! An Architect’s Love Affair with America’s Oldest and Most Sustainable Building Resource Michael Malone, AIA, Michael Malone Architects, Inc. Wood building products have long been a part of American construction traditions, but current focus on sustainable and renewable building materials has given new viability to this proven material. This program will explore the role wood has played in architecture in the past and look at new trends for the future. Current trends suggest new uses for wood as structure and cladding, but in this program the history of innovation particularly in America will be reviewed and explored. Historic projects that transcend mere vernacular building will be explored and reviewed as prototypes for their patterns of use in wood structures today. Lake Yellowstone Lodge

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Design Awards Panel 3 A continuing panel discussing the designs of the 2012 Design Award Winners. Please see Class Code 67 for more. CC 87 LUHs 1.5

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8:00 AM - 11:00 AM Texas Architectural Foundation Tour des Monuments Ride You are invited to join Texas BIKEiTECTS for a Sunday morning ride and unique tour of downtown Austin. This fundraiser supports Texas Architectural Foundation’s (TAF) programs and scholarships for students pursing architectural degrees from qualified Texas universities. Register via the TAF webpage at texasarchitects.org (click on the Texas BIKEiTECTS link for additional information). The Foundation is able to realize its goals through your generous support. To make your contribution as a ride participant or as a benefactor, please visit the TAF webpage on texasarchiBIKEiTECTS tects.org, or email taf@texasarchitects.org.

9:00 AM- 12:00 PM Tour Q: The Mueller Center What was once the Robert Mueller Municipal Airport has been extensively reworked into an ambitious mixed-use urban village devoted to new standards of sustainability, and meeting extensive goals in housing and economic development. The award-winning Mueller master plan and the ambitious Master Development Agreement with Catellus Development Group and the City of Austin are the culmination of decades of community planning efforts from visionary neighbors and active citizens. Come explore this project’s publicprivate partnership, the planning principles, the design elements that underlie this new urbanist development, and the sustainable features that have contributed to Mueller’s LEED ND Silver designation. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation) Mueller CC 88 LUHs 3

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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 11:30 a.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

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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 2012 National Convention in Washington, D.C. 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 Expo.

Continuing Education Opportunities in the Expo Registered AIA/CES Providers who are also exhibiting at this year’s Design 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. Access to the Expo and these exhibitor-provided sessions is FREE for registrants. Qualifying professionals who are unable to register for the convention may secure an Expo Only badge on site. Free CE in the Expo

Sponsored by Graeber Simmons & Cowan

Details related to the above events and attractions will be available in the On-Site Program Guide, or view www.texasarchitects.org/convention for periodic updates.

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Volunteer To Help a Student Mentor a Student If there’s one thing architectural students are hungry for, it’s mentorship – and you can help provide it! By designating yourself as a Convention Mentor, you can be paired up with a student, and offer them advice, experience, and information about the profession and how to navigate the convention. Students will enter themselves into the Mentorship Program on their registration form. Upon being paired with their mentors, both will spend a few hours together on Friday (preferably in the Expo). On Saturday, mentors and students will attend the Annual Awards Luncheon together with tickets purchased by you and the student. Students and their mentors will be recognized during the event.

Student Stephen Dietert with mentor Mike Butler and family.

This is a rare opportunity to reach out to the emerging professionals of the field and offer them the help and guidance they need! Please, help the Texas Society of Architects in preparing our future architects for their careers. All you have to do to begin is indicate your intent on the registration form, and purchase Award Luncheon tickets for yourself and your student.

Host a Student Overnight Convention organizers are calling on AIA Austin members to host students attending the 2012 Convention in their homes on Thursday and Friday nights (October 18th and 19th), providing lodging 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!) to limit their cost to attend. You’ll be serving the future of the profession, and making a friend for life! Thank you in advance for stepping into one or both of these highly interactive, vital, and fun roles. For more information, please contact Ted Kozlowski at 512-4787386, or ted@texasarchitects.org.

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Hotel Accommodations HILTON AUSTIN 500 East 4th Street The headquarter hotel for Texas Architects’ 73rd Annual Convention and Design Expo is the Hilton Austin, directly adjacent to the Austin Convention Center on the northern side. The Hilton Austin is only one block from Austin’s famous Sixth Street nightlife, and a short stroll to the entertainment, shopping, and dining in the Warehouse Entertainment District and 2nd Street District. Each of the 800 rooms features a spacious work desk, two phones (each with 2 lines) and voicemail, data port offering high-speed Internet service, wireless Internet service, minibar, coffee maker, iron/ironing board, and hair dryer. The Hilton also offers four fantastic food and beverage options, from Finn & Porter with its prime steak, fresh seafood, and sushi, to the Liberty Tavern, a casual café offering traditional favorites for breakfast and lunch. Hilton Austin

Convention Rates: $179.00 single occupancy, $199.00 double occupancy (current tax rate is 15%) (Note: Because the Texas Society of Architects is contractually obligated to the Hilton Austin 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 excellent property.)

MAKE HOTEL RESERVATIONS BEFORE SEPT. 18 * Toll-Free Reservations: 1-800-236-1592 Please identify yourself as a Texas Society of Architects Convention attendee to secure the group rate.

Reserving Your Guest Room Online is Easy: For a direct link, please visit www.texasarchitects.org/convention. * Reservation requests received after the September 18 deadline will be accepted based on space and rate availability. Penalties will apply for late cancellation.

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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, 12 of which must address health, safety and welfare (HSW), of which four hours must address sustainable design (SD). Use the badge scanners at each session to record your participation. For further information regarding annual requirements, view www.texasarchitects.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. texasarchitects.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 Texas Architects intern and student members is waived if registration forms are received by September 12. 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 3. Faxed registrations can be accepted through 5:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 10. Online registration is open until midnight CDT, Wednesday, October 10. After October 10, preregistration is closed and individuals must register on site. Confirmations will be emailed to individuals whose forms are received by October 10. Full refunds are issued if a written cancellation notice is received by 5:00 p.m.

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on Wednesday, October 3. Between then and 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 10, cancellations are subject to a 30 percent penalty. Registration, class, and tour fees become non-refundable and non-transferable after October 10. Requests for refunds may be emailed to membership@texasarchitects.org, faxed to 512.478.0528, or mailed to Texas Society of Architects, 500 Chicon St., Austin, TX 78702. Refunds will be processed after the convention and no later than November 30.

Attire Attire that is considered business casual may be worn throughout the convention. Friday’s 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 Texas Architects’ 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.texasarchitects.org/convention for updates and additions.

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

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Major Sponsors $7,000 to $10,000 Blackson Brick DICICADD SpawGlass Total CAD Systems

$3,000 to $5,000 American Retention Components, Inc./The Keep Clip™ ASSA ABLOY Door Security DPR Construction

$1,500 to $2,500 Bury+Partners Tommy Cowan Foundation Flintco Graeber Simmons & Cowan Haddon + Cowan Architects Collaborative Hanson Brick Haynes Whaley Headwater Construction Materials JQ Sebesta Blomberg

$1,000 to $1,200 Architectural Engineers Collaborative Dennehy Architects Edwards + Mulhausen Interior Design L.A. Fuess LaMette Consulting Heather McKinney, FAIA McKinney York Architects John Nyfeler, FAIA Oldcastle Building Products Larry Speck, FAIA Terracon Consultants University of Texas Performing Arts Foundation Vincent Hauser Architect Waeltz & Prete Workman Commercial Construction Services List as of June 11, 2012.

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Design Expo THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18 (3:30 PM – 7:30 PM) Expo Open! Welcome Party (Prizes will be awarded at 7:15)

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19 (11:00 AM – 5:30 PM) Expo Open! Lunch with Exhibitors (Prizes will be awarded at 5:15)

Å. Bargas & Associates....................... 733

D|C|CADD............................................606

Ace Hardwood Flooring/

Daltile.....................................................631

The Mesquite Collection..........102, 104

DEA Specialties.................................... 623

Acme Brick Company.......................... 635

DEACERO..............................................614

Action Floor Systems...........................218

Dupont Tyvek-WPL............................... 720

Alpolic Materials-Mitsubishi Plastics

Efficient-Tec International.......... 406, 408

Composites America.......................608 American Independence Manufacturing................................... 230 American Tile & Stone..........................641

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Eggers Industries..................................710 Elgin Butler............................................212 Exclusive Windows & Doors of Austin/ Bieber Central USA-European

Ameristar Fence Products.................. 435

Windows........................................... 525

Andersen Windows & Doors............... 636

ez WALL concentrate........................... 744

Arch Resource...................................... 610

Featherlite Building Products/

Armko Industries.................................309

Texas Quarries................................. 639

Armor Glass International................... 137

Flintco....................................................441

ASSA ABLOY Door Security Systems.122

Garland Company, The........................ 728

Avian Flyaway....................................... 750

Gate Precast.........................................440

BAi......................................................... 207

Georgia-Pacific Gypsum.....................508

Blair Corporation................................. 536

Glidden Professional.............................210

Boral Building Products............. 640, 642

Grand Openings...........................650, 652

Burke Flooring.....................................206

Graniti Vicentia.................................... 726

Butterfield Color.................................. 553

GRAPHISOFT........................................213

Cad Supplies Specialty....................... 735

HAWA Americas................................... 533

Cavallini Co.

Headwaters Construction

Stained Glass Studio, The...............602

Materials...................................330, 328

Centria Architectural Systems............ 714

Henderson Engineers..........................504

Childers Carports & Structures.......... 205

Hendrick Manufacturing..................... 407

CMC Steel Products............................506

ILCOR & ILCOR Homes.......................450

Cold Spring Granite Company............ 543

Innovative Building Products.............. 637

Concept Surfaces................................ 202

International Code Council................. 227

Corpus Christi Stampworks............... 225

Iron Doors Plus..................................... 511

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Rehme Steel Windows & Doors...........519

Journeyman Construction.................. 632

Rhino Austin.................................. 613, 615

Kalwall Corporation............................. 302

Rigidized Metals Corporation............. 607

Keene Building Products......................718

Rogers-O’Brien Construction............. 730

Kroll Security Group.............................619

Roman Fountains Corporation........... 734

L.A. Fuess..............................................515

Ron Blank & Associates....................... 717

Landscape Forms................................ 353

RoyOMartin.......................................... 708

Livers Railing........................................306

Rulon International.............................. 437

LP Building Products............................231

Schluter Systems................................500

Lucifer Lighting.................................... 704

Schuler Shook......................................600

M3 Glass Technologies........................208

Serge Ferrari......................................... 709

Manhattan Construction.....................409

Shah Smith & Associates.....................541

Marvin Windows and Doors................ 324

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

MBCI..............................................609, 611

Smoke Guard........................................310

McGraw Hill Construction................... 643

Solatube International/Griesenbeck

MCT Sheet Metal................................. 401

Architectural Products....................304

METL SPAN.......................................... 537

Southwest Solutions Group................ 326

Mid-Continental

Spec Mix............................................... 542

Restoration Company..................... 842

Sport Court of Texas............................ 228

Midland MFG Co...................................850

Sports Flooring....................................209

Minick Materials.................................. 220

Stone Solutions................................... 222

Modernfold...........................................308

Sun Ports............................................... 211

Mortar Net USA.....................................513

Sunsational Solutions......................... 534

Natural Gas Utilities of Texas...... 507, 509

Sunset Glass Tinting............................214

NCARB.................................................. 336

Tamko Building Products.................... 229

OGI Architectural Metal Solutions-

Temple-Inland...................................... 502

an Ohio Gratings Company.............605 Oldcastle Building Products............... 332

Terracon Consultants...........................612 Texas Board of

Pacific Consulting Group.................... 334

Architectural Examiners................... 706

Panel Specialists...................................215

Thermal Building Systems.................. 535

Parex USA..............................................341

TimberSIL of Texas...............................719

Plyboo and Richlite (Tech Product

Total CAD Systems....................... 312, 314

Specialties).......................................621

Travis Tile Sales........................... 400, 402

Portella Steel Doors & Windows.434, 436

Trespa North America......................... 503

PPG Industries......................................501

Veneerstone......................................... 546

Protection Development (PDI)...........604

Virtual Builders Exchange................... 625

Pyrok.....................................................540

Wade Architectural Systems............... 721

Quikrete................................................ 544

Wasco Products................................... 653

R.M. Rodgers/SWISSPEARL................531

WTG Systems.......................................340

Raven Industries.................................. 629

Yates Construction.............................. 634

Regal Plastics....................................... 627

Design Expo

Jockimo................................................630

List as of May 30, 2012.

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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 highest honors and recognitions at various events throughout the convention. For your convenience, the schedule of presentations follows.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19 9:30 AM at the General Session • 25-Year Award • Award for Outstanding Educational Contributions in Honor of Edward J. Romieniec FAIA

2:15 PM at the General Session • Award for Young Professional Achievement in Honor of William W. Caudill FAIA • Award for Community Service in Honor of James D. Pfluger FAIA

8:00 PM at the Evening Gala • Architecture Firm Award • Cornerstone Award • Medal for Lifetime Achievement in Honor of Llewellyn W. Pitts FAIA

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 11:45 AM 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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