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					      Green Design and Historic Preservation: Exploring the
                   Historic Building Envelope
                                              Sponsored by;

                              University of Massachusetts-Amherst

                         Department of Architecture + Design
                    Public History Program/Department of History
    Department of Environmental Conservation, Building Construction, & Technology
          The UMASS/Hancock Shaker Village Historic Preservation Program


When: Friday, October 19, 2012; 1:00 – 5:30 PM

Where: University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Lincoln Campus Center, Room 165-169

Admission: Free and open to the public

Program

This workshop examines the tension between historical integrity and the quest for greater energy efficiency
from the building envelope.

Topics include:

•     Preservation in a Changing Climate
•     Classical and Traditional Details of the Envelope
•     Merits of Original Windows
•     Improving Performance of Historic Building Thermal Envelopes
•     Case Study: UMASS Holdsworth Hall

Speakers

Jack Alvarez, AIA, Landmark Consulting LLC

Matthew Bronski, P.E., Senior Project Manager, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc. (SGH), Boston

Carl Fiocchi, M.Arch., Teaches Green Design and Historic Preservation in the Historic Preservation
Program and Energy Modeling and Building Physics in the Architecture and Building Construction
Technology Programs UMASS/Amherst

Thomas RC Hartman, AIA, Principal, Coldham & Hartman Architects, Amherst MA

Lisa Kersavage, M.S. Historic Preservation, Project Manager, Lower Mississippi River Delta Design
Initiative, NYC, NY
Speakers (continued)

Max Page, Ph.D., Professor of Architecture and History and Director Historic Preservation Program,
UMASS/Amherst

Ludmilla Pavlova, AIA, Senior Facilities Planner in Campus Planning at UMass/Amherst

Ben Weil, Ph.D., Teaches courses in energy efficient buildings UMASS/Amherst

Directions & Parking

For directions and maps: http://www.umass.edu/visitorsctr/Directions_to_Campus/

Parking: parking is available at the Campus Center garage (for a fee).

Learning Units

For all architects, learning units can be earned by attending this or any of the WMAIA monthly programs.
For more information regarding learning units contact Lorin Starr at director@wmaia.org

LEED Credential Maintenance credits are available through self-reporting. 4 Non-LEED credits are
possible for those attending the entire event.
  Green Design and Historic Preservation: Exploring the
               Historic Building Envelope
                                 Sponsored by;

                     University of Massachusetts Amherst
                     Department of Architecture + Design
Department of Environmental Conservation, Building Construction, & Technology
      The UMASS/Hancock Shaker Village Historic Preservation Program


                             SCHEDULE

  1:00 – 1:15        Opening Remarks : Max Page




  1:15 – 2:00        Introduction of and Presentation of Lisa Kersavage



  2:00 – 2:45        Introduction of and Presentation of Mathew Bronski



  2:45 – 3:30        Introduction of and Presentation of Jack Alvarez



  3:30– 3:45         Break and Refreshments



  3:45 - 4:30        Introduction of and Presentation of Tom Hartman



  4:30 – 5:15        Introduction of and Presentation of Holdsworth Speakers



  5:15 – 5:30        Closing Remarks: Max Page

				
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