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Deep dive into the world of adaptive reuse and historic preservation in this two-day conference. Examine unique case studies of building stock being given new life, and learn what supports are available to keep urban and rural heritage sites intact.

Keynote Speakers

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Tom has practiced architecture for over 25 years, with a special focus on integrating sustainable design and adaptive-use strategies. He has lectured at more than 50 national and international conferences and universities presenting case-studies for his award-winning work in urban revitalization, adaptive use of historic structures, and sustainable design. Tom was recognized in 2013 by AIA Baltimore as Community Architect of the Year. In 2022, the Maryland Department of Planning and Maryland Planning Commissioners Association presented him with the Citizen Planner of the Year award in recognition of his years of service in the preservation in Baltimore City.

THURSDAY KEYNOTE 
Tom
Liebel,
FAIA

Moseley Architects
Vice President

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Barbara Campagna was elevated to Fellowship in the AIA in 2009 as “the leading national architect and policymaker for the integration of preservation values into green building practices.” She was the co-founder and architectural leader of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Sustainability Program whose goal was to help professionals and the general public better understand the value of preservation in fostering development that is environmentally and socially sustainable.  Her collaborative approach to design, advocacy and education has elevated the integration of preservation principles into sustainable design to a national level by developing a network of professionals, partners and organizations.

FRIDAY KEYNOTE 
Barbara Campagna, FAIA 
BAC Architecture + Planning, PLLC
Founder

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Sponsors

Thanks to these sponsors for making this conference possible

10Fold Architecture + Engineering - Workshop Sponsor
Bluestone Engineering -Virtual Event Platform Sponsor

Commercial New Construction Program -
Virtual Event Platform Sponsorship

ISU Dept. of Architecture - Keynote Speaker Sponsor
 
MODUS - Virtual Event Platform Sponsor
Northern Facades - Workshop Sponsor

RDG Planning & Design - Workshop Sponsor
Simonson & Associates - Virtual Event Platform Sponsor

FAQ:

How do I receive continuing education credits?

AIA Iowa will be closely monitoring webinar attendance over the two-day period. Participants are required to use their first and last names, rather than firm names or generic identifiers, for accurate tracking. Attendance records for AIA members will be reported to AIA National after the event. For those seeking a certificate of completion or with questions regarding credits, contact Colette Sheaff at csheaff@aiaiowa.org.

How many credits can be earned?

Attendees who participated in the FULL Spring Conference on April 4-5 can earn up to 7.5 AIA CES LUs. AIA Iowa is an AIA CES approved provider (#A023) with the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System. For more information about the number of credits earned, contact Colette Sheaff at csheaff@aiaiowa.org.

When will connection information be sent?

Conference connection information and other details will be emailed to registered attendees the week of April 1 to the email address attendees used when registering for the event. Please update your email settings to whitelist chuling@aiaiowa.org.

What is the refund policy? 

No refunds are provided for AIA Iowa events after the early registration deadline of March 8, 2024. Additionally, failing to log in to the website for the member discount does not qualify for refunds or price adjustments. Participants needing registration website log-in information or cancellations and refund-related inquiries, contact Vicki Scott at vscott@aiaiowa.org.

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