R4! Resilient Residential, Retrofit and Reconstruction
Benefits of building beyond code for you, your client and community
Speakers: Illya Azaroff, AIA click here for bio
Date: September 27, 2018
Time: 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Dinner
6:30 pm - 7:00 pm Annual Meeting (Voting and By Law changes)
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Seminar
Venue: IBM Learning Center
20 Old Post Road
Armonk, NY 10504
CES: 2 AIA HSW
Fee: $35 AIA Members
$25 Associate AIA Members
$60 Non members
Architects are being asked to understand where and how to build better in the face of mass migration, population growth, resource stress and associated risks posed by natural disasters and climate risk. The AIA and its members are at the forefront of addressing these issues highlighted by a commitment to the New Urban Agenda that aims to provide quality housing to people and communities around the world. Here in the US, we are coming to grips with the transformation of communities and the way we build to ensure the health, safety and welfare of all. In this seminar, Illya Azaroff, AIA, will take you through a series of housing projects that directly address risk through resilient adaptation, and beyond code building practices. He will introduce several relevant resources covering residential construction and retrofit to achieve resilient building design and benefit to the stake holders.
Learning Objective #1: Attendees will gain an understanding of how to recognize Resilient and Sustainable building methods that can synthesize and coexist to contribute to a better holistic building.
Learning Objective #2: Learn where to find and access various resources & best
practices for use in their own practice related to resilient residential building and design implantation.
Learning Objective #3: Attendees will learn about and Gain access to beyond code benefits and measurable material outcomes along with testing results illustrating risk reduction measures for residential building design and construction.
Learning Objective #4: Attendees will learn how to incorporate resilient best practices in existing residential retrofit projects including those in historic districts and in at risk areas.
Slate 2019 - to be voted on by General Membership of AIAWHV:
President Elect - Kim Miller, AIA
Treasurer - Teresa Marboe, AIA
Secretary - JC Calderon, AIA
Directors (3 years unless notes)
o Eric Wilson, AIA
o Farley Baker, AIA
o Brian Crowley, AIA
o Alison Spear, AIA (2 Year)
o Stephen Tilly, AIA (2 year)
o John Cutsumpas, AIA (1 Year)
o Dion Miller, Associate AIA (3 Year)
By Law Changes - to be voted on by General Membership of AIAWHV
Click here for By Law changes