DECEMBER 1-3, 2015
LAS VEGAS, NV
On December 3, Kevin Britt will discuss his experiences with lean planning techniques in the session titled, “Customer Panel: Lessons Learned from Lean Construction Projects.”
DECEMBER 2, 2015
Bisnow’s Los Angeles Healthcare Forum
LOS ANGELES, CA
Featuring DPR’s Lucy Villanueva as a panelist, the event will discuss the future of out-patient care facilities, the development of medical office buildings, advancements in technology, and hospital expansion.
DECEMBER 5, 2015
California Supplemental Examination (CSE) Panel at University of Southern California (USC)
LOS ANGELES, CA
DPR’s Andrew Fisher will be part of a panel discussion for USC students preparing for the upcoming CSE, an exam required by the state of California to become a licensed architect.
DECEMBER 16, 2015
Bisnow’s The Future of Buckhead: The Official Update on the Affluent Uptown District
DPR’s Russ Brockelbank will join a panel to discuss the Buckhead district of Atlanta and its development projects, investment trends, and the most exciting areas of growth for this Atlanta hot spot.
MARCH 20-23, 2016
American Society of Healthcare Engineers (ASHE) International Summit and Exhibition on Health Facility Planning Design and Construction
SAN DIEGO, CA
MAY 19-21, 2016
American Institute of Architects (AIA) National Convention 2016
SEPTEMBER 18-21, 2016
International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE) 2016 Annual Meeting
FEATURED PAST EVENT
Is a Net-Zero Energy Campus Possible?
When it comes to higher education facilities, how attainable is net-zero energy?
During the Florida Educational Facilities Planners’ Association, Inc. 2015 Summer Conference, Mouji Linarez-Castillo and Nick Ertmer joined other industry leaders on a panel to discuss sustainable design and construction strategies, and lessons learned from prior campus projects.
Among the key points made, the panel discussed how change starts early. The discussion underscored the importance of the industry advocating for sustainable options. Another hot topic was the consideration of human impact on sustainability, which highlighted the fact that the next phases of green building will be as much about people as technology.