Chapter Lunch Meeting
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Time: 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Location: Workman Junior High School,
701 East Arbook Boulevard
Arlington, TX 76014
How do you make a school better and let the client dream while still maintaining the client's budget? Through a multistep collaborative process, not using a "one fits all approach," the new Arlington ISD Junior High School does just this!
The opportunity for an Architect to sit in the audience with the client and have input in the process at the planning stages reaps benefits when designing the project. Learn how to plan a project involving everyone from the Superintendent, Teachers, Facilities Management, Construction Manager to the Architect.
PANEL DISCUSSION WITH ARLINGTON ISD:
Moderator – Lisa W. Lamkin, FAIA, Principal, BRW Architects
Anne Hildenbrand, AIA, Director, BRW Architects
Zach Walker, Vice President, Pogue Construction
Wm. Kelly Horn, Exec. Dir. Of Plant Services, Arlington ISD
Javier Fernandez, RTSBA, Director, Fac. Planning, Arlington ISD
Richard A. Flores, AIA, Staff Architect, Arlington ISD
Special Guest – Superintendent of the Year Dr. Marcelo Cavazos, Superintendent, Arlington ISD
Check-in: Members and guests must check in at the front office.
Parking: On-site visitor parking north of the building accessible from S. Center Street.
Learning Units: AIA
Southern Regional Conference
April 1-4, 2017
Reverb: Laissez les Bons Temps Rouler
Hilton New Orleans Riverside
New Orleans, LA
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