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2018 Symposium: Preservation Challenges of Modernist Structures

  • Saturday, April 21, 2018
  • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • IIT S.R. Crown Hall - 3360 S State Street, Chicago, IL

Registration

  • Regular registration for APT WGLC Members
  • This registration type is only for APT WGLC Board Members and DOCOMOMO US / Chicago Board Members
  • Regular registration for DOCOMOMO US/Chicago Members
  • General registration for attendees that are neither APT WGLC nor DOCOMOMO Chicago chapter members
  • For IIT College of Architecture Guests (there is a 10 person limit for this registration
  • Speaker that is neither an APT WGLC or DOCOMOMO Chicago Member or is the second or third team member speaking
  • For those individuals providing a poster for their abstract submission but not presenting
  • For student attendees - Student ID will be required at check-in

Register

The Association of Preservation Technology, Western Great Lakes Chapter in collaboration with DOCOMOMO US/Chicago and the IIT College of Architecture invite you to join us for our 2018 Symposium - Preservation Challenges of Modernist Structures

The event will be held at IIT S.R. Crown Hall (3360 S State Street, Chicago, IL) on April 21, 2018. 

Registration begins at 7:30 am, presentations begin at 8:15 am.

This program will provide 5.5 CEUs HSW; Lunch and snacks will be provided during the program.

Crown Hall is easily accessible via Red Line (Sox-35th) and Green Line (35th - Bronzeville - IIT); for those driving to the symposium, public parking is available at the Southeast corner of 34th Street and South State Street.

The symposium will feature speakers from:

SOM, BVH Architecture, The General Services Administration, bKL Architecture, Bauer Latoza, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, Wiss Janney Elstner, Preserve LLC, Restoric, Stephen J Kelley Inc., Harboe Architects, Indiana Landmarks, Neal & Leroy, LLC, as well as the work of graduate students from IIT and SAIC.

See our event announcement at http://www.aptwglc.com/Annual-Symposium for more presentation information and to download the symposium abstracts.


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