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      8:00 AM » Registration

      8:30 AM » AIA Oklahoma General Membership Meeting
          For all AIA members, be sure to attend this annual membership meeting to get the latest annual
          report on AIA Oklahoma statewide activities.


      10:00 AM » Welcome
      Charles Graham, Ph.D., AIA, FRICS, President, AIA Oklahoma
      Dean, University of Oklahoma College of Architecture


      10:05 AM » “Wind, Pyramids and Obelisks”

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      Dr. Maureen Clemmons, President,
      Transformations, Winnetka, CA


          Using her own model of innovation, dr. maureen Clemmons
          developed a theory on how ancient egyptians built their
          pyramids. Not only has it revolutionized theories of ancient
          construction, it has opened up new methods of current
          construction in the jungles of South America and applications
          on mars. dr. maureen Clemmons holds both an ed.d in
          Organization Change and an executive mbA from the
          Pepperdine University. She has lectured at NASA, JPl, Caltech,
          the museum of Flight and various colleges, universities, and             » dr.
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          egyptians could have harnessed the wind to build their monuments.
       12:00 PM » Lunch & Keynote Address

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      “Changing the Skyline of OKC”
      Larry Nichols, Executive Chairman,
      Devon Energy, Oklahoma City


          What’s happening with the new devon skyscraper and how is it
          impacting all of the downtown OkC public areas? larry Nichols
          is a co-founder of devon energy and was elected executive
          chairman in June 2010. he previously held the position of
          chairman and chief executive officer from 1980 to 2010.
          Nichols graduated from Princeton University with a bachelor’s
          degree in geology and he completed his juris doctorate at the
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          law clerk to Chief Justice earl Warren and Justice tom Clark of the
          U.S. Supreme Court, followed by his service as special assistant to Assistant
          Attorney General William rehnquist in the U.S. department of Justice in Washington,
          d.C. A leader not only in the oil and gas industry, but in his community, as well, Nichols serves
          as chairman of the American Petroleum Institute and is on the executive committee of the board
          of directors for America’s Natural Gas Alliance.




      1:30 PM » “Effective Communication

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      & Why It Matters: Some Mistakes to Avoid”
      John Hayes, Esq, Hayes Magrini & Gatewood,
      Oklahoma City


          In this age of electronic communication, responding via email or just sending an Im to your
          contractor or engineer may seem like the quickest and simplest way to send a message, but it
          may not be the smartest move. learn why effective communication is vital to any project and
          key mistakes to avoid that may cost you liability concerns. Attorney John hayes is one of the
          premiere authorities on Oklahoma construction law. his experiences will shed light on best
          practice ideas for communicating in this electronic age.
                          3:45 PM » “The NZEF Initiative at the

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                          University of Oklahoma”
                          Lee Fithian, AIA, AICP, LEED AP,
                          GAC University of Oklahoma
                          Zahed Siddique, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma
                          Farrokh Mistree, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma
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                              the NZeF (Net-Zero energy and environmental Footprint) Initiative at OU embodies a
                              transformative vision for improving the quality of life in the built environment through efficient,
                              on-site, and distributed management of eco-energy services. lee Fithian develops curriculum
                              and conducts classes for environmental Controls, Architectural design Studios and Committee
                              member/Chair for masters Architecture thesis projects. her focus is on Sustainable design
                              in Architecture, Urban design and Construction; the use of analytical programs such as
                              energy Star, energy-10, ecotect, SketchUp, 3d Studio and lCCA to enhance building design;
                              the incorporation of leed™ and other sustainability criteria into the project delivery process. 
                              Zahed Siddique is currently working as an Associate Professor at the School of Aerospace and
                              mechanical engineering. his research interests include product family design, collaborative
                              design, design education and reverse engineering. dr. Siddique received his Ph.d. in mechanical
                              engineering from Georgia Institute of technology. Farrokh mistree holds the lA Comp Chair and
                              is the director of the School of Aerospace and mechanical engineering. he has co-authored
                              two textbooks, one monograph and more than 350 technical papers dealing with the design of
                              mechanical and structural systems; ships and aircraft. his design experience spans the areas
                              of mechanical, aeronautical, structural, and industrial engineering. Farrokh is a Fellow of ASme
                              and an Associate Fellow of AIAA. his passion is to have fun in providing an opportunity for
                              highly motivated and talented people to learn how to define and achieve their dreams.


                          4:30 PM » Adjourn

                          5:00 PM » Reception: OSU School of Architecture

                          6:00 PM » Design Awards Reception
                          ConocoPhillips Alumni Center

                          7:00 PM » Design Awards Banquet
                          ConocoPhillips Alumni Center
                              Opening remarks by incoming AIA National President Jeff Potter, FAIA.
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                  8:00 AM » Registration

                  9:00 AM » Welcome
                  Charles Graham, Ph.D., AIA, FRICS,
                  President, AIA Oklahoma
                  Dean, University of Oklahoma College of Architecture


                  9:15 AM » “Applying Revised ADA Regulations
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                  for New Construction and Alterations “
                  James A. Bostrom, Deputy Chief,
                  Disability Rights Division
                  Civil Right Division, U.S. Department of Justice,
                  Washington, D.C.
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                       Jim bostrom manages the AdA design Unit at the U.S.
                       department of Justice. his course will cover how the
                       revised title II and title III regulations of the AdA have major
                       implications that will affect buildings and facilities of State and
                       local governments as well as private businesses.   
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       and Keynote Address
      “Modern Ecological Residential Design”
      Randy Brown, FAIA, LEED-AP, Principal,
      Randy Brown Architects


          randy G. brown, FAIA, of Omaha, is an architect who
          has never forgotten his roots, says his former high school
          architecture teacher. Now the owner of award-winning
          randy brown Architects, llC (rbA) for almost 20 years, his
          practice challenges traditional architecture conventions
          and aims to incorporate innovative, community-oriented,              »   rAN
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          young Architect Prize in 2002. In addition, his work has been awarded
          several national awards, including seven AIA National honor Awards for
          Architecture and Interior Architecture. he is the developer, designer and contractor for an
          innovative new high density ecological community of modern homes.




      1:30 PM » “What’s New at the State Capitol

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      & How Does It Effect Your Practice?”
      Clayton Taylor, The Taylor Group,
      Legislative Liaison, AIA Oklahoma


          during the 2011 legislative Session, AIA Oklahoma actively
          participated and monitored a variety of legislation on
          behalf of the profession, including saving the state historic
          preservation tax credit; the Arts in Public Places Act, and,
          other issues.  In addition, 2012 is an election year in
          Oklahoma and it’s not too soon to start planning.  learn how
          these and other issues impact you and what to expect in
          2012.  ClAytON tAylOr has been the legislative liaison for
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         “go to guy” at the Capitol on design and construction-related issues. 
          With an extensive background in government relations, Clayton knows the “ins
          and outs” at the State Capitol.  you won’t want to miss this update.
      2:45 PM » “CMr & the Best Value Process”
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      Cary DeHart, President/CEO, CMS Willowbrook
      John Morrison, AIA, Oklahoma Dept. of Central Services
      J.C. Witcher, NCARB, AIA, Architectural Design Group


          this enlightening panel will lead a discussion on a team perspective of the “First, best Value
          Process and Project.” In addition, they will discuss rAVA Plan and the risk Assessment
          Weekly reporting and Outcomes. Panel moderator Cary dehart is President and founder of
          CmSWillowbrook.  he is a nationally certified Construction manager with more than 36 years
          experience in construction, and an expertise in public construction management. he received
          the “AGC Ok builder of the year” award in 1998,” is an OSU Construction management
          graduate, a past president of the AGC of Oklahoma, a member of leadership Ok,
          and is a member of the Construction management Association of America.


      4:30 PM » Adjourn




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      AIA Oklahoma is pleased to present a special activity for spouses or guests
      while convention registrants are attending the continuing education seminars.

      Friday, November 4, 2011 » 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
          Join us for fun and a light lunch at Stillwater’s own Café bella. established in 2003, Café bella is
          family-owned and operated and offers healthy and delicious tastes from around the world. Starting
          with their signature sandwiches, soups and salads, the café has evolved into classic mediterranean
          and Greek fare including Gyros, hummus, falafel and tabouli. meet at 11:00 Am at the café located in
          downtown Stillwater at 622 South main. After lunch, enjoy shopping in downtown Stillwater.
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 The Atherton Hotel
 Oklahoma State University Campus
 H-103 Student Union Building
 Stillwater, Oklahoma
     the headquarters hotel for AIA Oklahoma’s 16th Annual Convention and tradeshow is located in
     the Oklahoma State University Student Union building. this classic boutique hotel is the perfect
     starting point for enjoying all of the events offered during convention.


 Toll-Free Reservations
 » Call the hotel directly at 405.744.6835
 Mention the AIA Oklahoma group block reserved for convention.

 Convention rates:
     $98.00 single or double occupancy (does not include tax).
     Parking is available adjacent to the Atherton for a daily rate of $10.00.


 Parking
     AIA Oklahoma has reserved a block for parking adjacent to the
     Wes Watkins Center in lots 9A and 99C.
     Visit http://wwc.okstate.edu for more information or scan
     the Qr code to view the Wes Watkins Center on Google maps.
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  REGISTRATION FEES:
  » Full convention attendance for November 3-4, 2011:
    (does not include Awards of excellence banquet)
       $135/AIA Members              $160/Non-Members

  » Thursday Convention Only - November 3, 2011:
    Includes lunch & breaks
       $80/AIA Members             $95/Non-Members

  » Friday Convention Only - November 4, 2011:
    Includes Continental breakfast, lunch & breaks
       $80/AIA Members              $95/Non-Members



  AWARDS OF ExCELLENCE RECEPTION & BANqUET:
  » Thursday, November 3, 2011:
    Conoco Phillips OSU Alumni Center, 201 South Hester, Stillwater
    6:00 PM            Reception & Exhibit of Entries
    7:00 PM            Awards Banquet
    $45/per person       $435/table for 10 people

    Number of banquet reservations:


  GUEST EVENT:
  » Friday, November 4, 2011:
       Lunch on Your Own at Café Bella
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