Advanced registration now open for Design on the Delaware 2009

Advanced registration now open for Design on the Delaware 2009
Join us Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, October 28, 29, and 30 at Philadelphia’s Sheraton City Center and the Center for Architecture
Design on the Delaware is a three-day conference and trade show that brings together design and building professionals, business and public leaders, product and service providers for professional education and networking. The event is a collaborative effort of 25 professional organizations representing over 10,000 design and building professionals in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
Continuing Education:
Design on the Delaware will offer two general sessions and six sessions in six program tracks and tours. 48 hours of continuing education programs and three days of tours will be offered. Attendees can earn up to 18 Continuing Education Units. All seminars, keynote presentations and tours will offer AIA Continuing Education Learning Units. AICP Continuing Education Credits, ASLA/RLA Continuing Education Credits, and Continuing Education credits for other design and building professionals will be offered where applicable. AIA is a pre-approved provider of continuing education units per section 15.76 of the Rules and Regulations of the Pennsylvania State Board of Landscape Architects. Conference attendees may request proof of attendance for CEU/licensure purposes.

Program Highlights:
• A tour of the National Museum of American Jewish History led by James Polshek, FAIA, and the design team from Polshek Partnership Architects.

• The design and construction team of the Please Touch Museum will present a program and conduct a tour of the Museum’s new home at Memorial Hall in Fairmont Park.

• Philadelphia Zoning Code Commissioners and Alan Greenberger, AIA, Executive Director of the City’s Planning Commission, will conduct a participatory session on Philadelphia’s new zoning code.

• May it Please the Court, a hypothetical multi-million dollar trial where expert witnesses for the contractor and architect are cross-examined by the attorney for the owner.

• A full-day design charrette on interim use of industrial sites.

• Plus, programs on BIM, Integrated Project Delivery, contract documents, LED lighting, biomimicry, stormwater, LEED for schools, affordable housing, transit, waterfront development, regional issues and more.

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