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2017 APT WGLC Symposium - Preservation and the Environment

  • Saturday, April 22, 2017
  • 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
  • Bulley and Andrews Training Room and Roof Top, 1755 West Armitage, Chicago


  • Registration for members of neighboring APT Chapters that would like to attend the event will receive membership reciprocity for this event.
  • Registration for the Symposium Building Hosts
  • APT WGLC Member Rate
  • Non APT WGLC member price
  • Registration for non-member speakers, students, and for Event Sponsors (beyond their included allotment of spaces); we will provide the registration code directly to non-member speakers and sponsors. For interested students, contact APT WGLC for the registration code.
  • Symposium pass for credentialed members of the press interested in producing articles related to the proceedings or topics presented at the event.
  • Registration for Symposium Speakers

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Join us for our annual symposium discussing:

Preservation and the Environment – When Historic Preservation and Environmental Requirements Clash

The symposium will be held on April 22, 2017 from 8:30am - 3:00pm at 1755 W Armitage, Chicago, IL (Bulley & Andrews)

The lineup of speakers presentations includes:

Delph Gustitus (BTL Architects) - Finding Compromise between Historic Preservation and Sustainability

Ken Maschke, Taylor Dodson (Thornton Thomasetti) - Rehabilitating and Reusing Historic Structures in New Riverside Plaza

David Artigas (Simpson Gumpertz & Heger) - An Unfair Reputation: The Energy Performance of Mid-Century Metal-and-Glass Curtain Walls

Rachel Michelin (Thornton Thomasetti) - RR Donnelly Headquarters Building Window Replacement

Meg Kindelin (Johnson Lasky Kindelin Architects), Mark Nussbaum - A Geo Trio: Three Landmark Homes, Three Programs, One System Concept

Edward Gerns, Rachel Will (Wiss Janney Elstner) - When Form Really Does Follow Function

Heidi Granke (Heritage Architecture Studio) - Green Roof and Rainwater Catchment System at Fort Point National Historic Site

Steve Kelley (Stephen J Kelley) - Global Climate Change and Historic Preservation

Bill Rose (University of Illinois) - ASHRAE Guideline 34: Energy Guideline for Historic Buildings

This program will provide 5 CEUs HSW.

Lunch and snacks will be provided during the program.

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