Final free Pre-Conference Lecture! AIA credit Architect Panel!
E-BULLETIN OF THE HISTORIC DISTRICTS COUNCIL
February 2013, Volume 10, Number 3
TOMORROW!- Wednesday, February 27, 6:00pm- 8:00pm
An often-hidden aspect of the preservation movement is its direct impact on people. Preservation attracts professional expertise, employs skilled craftspeople and encourages citizen activism. Join us to find out what professionals working in a range of fields have to say about the Landmarks Law and learn how it provides jobs, economic growth and supports standards in the building arts that are not always seen in new construction with Daniel Karatzas, Jeff Greene and David Richter.
These discussions will be held at the Neighborhood Preservation Center located at 232 East 11th Street New York, NY 10003. Admission is free but an RSVP is required. This schedule is subject to change. To RSVP, please email Ashley Shedd at email@example.com.
The 19th Annual Preservation Conference and related programming is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Additional support is provided by City Councilmembers Margaret Chin, Inez Dickens, Daniel Garodnick, Vincent Gentile, Stephen Levin and Rosie Mendez. The conference is also co-sponsored by HDC’s Neighborhood Partners.
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Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Fee: Public-$125 / Friends of HDC- $100 Includes continental breakfast
4 AIA Approved LU/HSW Credits/ 4 NY State Licensing Credits
Participants will learn how energy, environmental and health issues on proposed construction projects can affect the design and construction stages of historic properties. Presenters will use case study examples from New York City and beyond to demonstrate how to integrate sustainable, passive and other green guidelines into historic building renovations and restorations. Speakers include Ken Levenson, a registered architect in New York State, President of NY Passive House and Certified Passive House Consultant; Amanda Lehman, LEED AP, of COOKFOX Architects; Alex Posner, licensed professional geologist and Project Director at the Office of Sustainable Design at the New York City Department of Design & Construction; and Stephen Tilly, AIA, LEED AP, principal of the firm Stephen Tilly, Architect.
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