Secretary’s Standards Unraveling the Nuances of the Secretary of Interior Standards $115 Members | $150 Non-members Includes AIA, ASLA, AICP Continuing Education Downtown Sacramento, California Register. Or Call 415-495-0349 Wed., Feb. 10, 2016 | 6 AIA HSW, AICP, ASLA Units This intensive, one-day workshop will delve into the dos and donts of treatment in order to meet the Standards for Rehabilitation. Particular attention will be paid to materials, safety, and the often-subjective Standard #6 and #9. Using case studies from California and the Sacramento region, attendees will examine the standards relationship with material, setting, and integrity. The workshop will close with a tour of an exemplary site in Sacramento to examine how the standards were met using creative solutions. You Will Be Able To… 1. Differentiate between projects that meet the standards and those that fail to comply 2. Balance financial, environmental, and safety demands of projects with the Standards 3. Engage with creative methods for meeting the standards using solutions from case examples 4. Examine case examples in the Sacramento region and the measures used to meet the Standards for Rehabilitation. Speakers * Roberta Deering, LEED AP, Preservation Director, City of Sacramento. * Melissa Gaudreau, AIA, Director of Sacramento Office, Page & Turnbull * Mark Huck, AIA, LEED AP, Restoration Architect, California Office of Historic Preservation * Michael Malinowski, AIA, President, Applied Architecture, Inc. Michael F. Malinowski AIA President, Applied Architecture Inc 2015 2016 AIACC VP/President 2012-2014 AIA National Director 2009-2010 AIACC Vice President Communications/Public Affairs 2008 President American Institute of Architects Central Valley 2007 Chair, Development Oversight Commission, City of Sacramento 2550 X Street Sacramento CA 95818 Corner of 26th and X 916 456 2656 voice 916 456 1050 fax email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org www.appliedarchitecture.net 36 years of sensitive and sensible architectural solutions ü Please consider the environment before printing this email.