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BY-RIGHT/BY-DESIGN: Los Angeles Housing Designed & Developed

In BY-RIGHT/BY-DESIGN, Liz Falletta of USC presents a qualitative analysis of significant Los Angeles multi-family housing design projects and their associated development types. A side-by-side graphic comparison of these works—common, basic types developed in large numbers over time by builders...

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Focus Search - The, at times conflicting, values of architecture, urban planning and real estate development will be presented via a review of housing projects each discipline considers to be exemplary. 2


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2016 Public Architects Workshop Resources

Resources for the Public Architects Workshop WE203 - Architects, Public Architects, and P3 Development: Innovation, Challenges, Lessons Learned https://convention.aia.org/Attendee/Schedule/SessionDetails/36181 #Tips #Presentations #Development #publicarchitects #CaseStudies ...

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Focus Search - Speakers List ▪ Karen Backus, Co-Founder & Principal, U3 Advisors ▪ Nicole Ferreira, Vice President - Real Estate Development, New York City Housing Authority ▪ Robert Harris, Director, Special Venture Acquisition, NAVFAC Headquarters ▪ Robert Henderson, President, Keating Consulting, LLC ▪ Tom Lollini, Senior Associate Vice President, Physical Planning & Development, San Francisco State University ▪ Terri Matthews, Director, Town + Gown, New York City Department of Design & Construction ▪ Lee Solomon, Deputy Director, New York City Housing Authority Speakers List ▪ Amy Stokes, Deputy Director, New York City Housing Authority ▪ Karina Totah, Senior Advisor to the Chair and Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, New York City Housing Authority ▪ David Trevino, Senior Program Manager and Architect, City of Dallas; Chair of the Public Architects Advisory Group ▪ Willis Winters, Director, City of Dallas Session Organizer and Moderator: Emily Marthinsen – Assistant Vice Chancellor & Campus Architect, AIA, University of California, Berkeley Moderator: Kacey Clagett, Appleseed Strategy Course / Learning Objectives ▪ Upon completion, participants will be able to identify main types of public/private financing and will be able to access tools and resources to evaluate them. ▪ Upon completion, participants will be able to describe pros and cons of P3 development for diverse building types and sectors and will have made connections to other design professionals from whose P3 experiences they can learn. ▪ At the end of this workshop, participants will have helped establish criteria for evaluating public/private partnerships and for defining the role of design professionals in these partnerships. ▪ Upon completion, participants will be have information needed to shape P3 decision-making, engaging both proponents and opponents of proposals in creating the highest quality and best value public realm


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CD-07: The Private Sector's Best Practices in Delivery Methods - CCA Experience and Philosophy

A historical perspective CCA’s best practice experience in procuring services for their facility development over a 30 year history and why this process continues to evolve to response to today’s changing marketplace. #Presentations #CorrectionsandDetentionsTrack #2013AAJConference ...

CD-07 minus slide 11.pdf


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Notes from the Project Delivery Symposium at the Texas Society of Architects 72nd Annual Convention

The following PDF is a compilation of my notes from the Project Delivery Symposium at the Texas Society of Architects 72nd Annual Convention. #DesignBuild #IPD #P3 #PublicPrivatePartnerships

PD symposium notes.pdf


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LE-03: California Highway Patrol, Grass Valley Lessons Learned – A Case Study

The Design / Build / Finance / Maintain delivery method presents many advantages to all participating parties. It also presents many risks and challenges. In this presentation the D/B/F/M team members of the recently competed California Highway Patrol – Grass Valley Area Office present their...

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Focus Search - I’m partner in Capitol Avenue Development & Investments in real estate development


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CT-06: Renew, Expand or Replace: Making the Tough Calls

How can we help court stake holders make informed decisions on whether to renovate, expand or replace their existing facilities? How to intelligently and rationally, understand and balance factors such as: financing challenges, potential construction/operations conflicts, transformational...

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2017 COD Austin Guidebook

This is the conference booklet for the COD Conference in Austin, February 23-26, 2017. #Austin #conference #COD #Conferences #CommitteeonDesign #2017 #Guides #programming #austin

AIA COD 2017 Spring Conf Austin - BookSM.pdf