Design on the Delaware Presents Programs of Regional Interest and Opportunities to Earn Up to 20 Continuing Education Hours November 14-16
Design on the Delaware is a collaborative conference examining the issues and opportunities of the built environment for design and building professionals in Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
LEED ND for Philadelphia, November 15, 10:25 am to 11:55 am at the Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel - 1.5 AIA/CES (HSW/SD) CEHs; 1.5 AICP CM
Walkable streets, proximity to transit, diverse, mixed-use communities… Philadelphia sounds like an ideal place for LEED for Neighborhood Development. But is it really feasible? Join speakers from Jonathan Rose Companies, WRT, APM, and rami + associates, for the November 15th session that will discuss successful LEED ND projects across the nation, the strengths and challenges of the local context for LEED ND, and the unique forms that LEED ND could take in Philadelphia.
Tour: LEED ND for Philadelphia, November 16, 9:45 am to 12:30 pm leaving from the Center for Architecture - 1.25 AIA/CES (HSW/SD) CEHs; 1.25 AICP CM
The tour on November 16 will include stops at two of APM’s most recent development projects—Paseo Verde and Sheridan Street Housing—that are at the leading edge of a new green wave of neighborhood development in the city.
Embracing Broad Street: Temple’s Transformative Vision for North Philadelphia, November 14, 10:25 am – 11:55 am at the Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel - 1.5 AIA/CES
(HSW) CEHs; 1.5 AICP CM; 1.5 LA CES; 1.5 CEU Eligible for PA Landscape Architects
This case study will describe the ambitious, long range vision for improvements to two Temple University campuses located along North Broad Street in Philadelphia, both focused on engaging Broad Street to create vibrant urban environments. The planning process, outcomes, implementation strategies and their potential impact will be discussed. Presented by Alan Greenberger, FAIA, Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development and Director of Commerce, City of Philadelphia; Margaret M Carney, AIA, Associate Vice President and University Architect, Temple University, and representatives from Payette, MGA Partners, and OLIN Studio.
Registration options are available for the entire conference, one day, individual Friday programs, selected keynote speakers, reception, and trade show. For more visit http://www.designonthedelaware.com.