Nov
2
5:30pm 5:30pm

The Future of Construction

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Join us for a cocktail reception and tour of the UB School of Architecture & Planning’s research and development facilities. Learn about how this worldclass institution is exploring the cutting edge of advancements in construction materials and methods – right in our own back yard!

Cost is $40 per person. Registration is required. Download the registration form here.

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Nov
2
5:30pm 5:30pm

Architectural Paving and Design

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This presentation will teach you about the evolution of paving stones in North America and the manufacturing standards and process used today. Understanding the manufacturing process and the new technologies available and how they will impact the aesthetic and long term performance will allow you to choose a product that is fit for purpose.

We will explore various physical characteristics such as style, shape, texture, color and pattern and examine proper installation methods. Utilizing the many options available today ensures that the selection process will translate into great design. Includes traditional installation methods as well as permeable, roof deck, pedestal paver.

Following the event, there will be a reception at Flying Bison Brewery next door with food and beverages provided.

1 AIA LU, CES, HSW is available. There is no fee, but registration is required. 

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Nov
8
6:00pm 6:00pm

UB Fall Lecture Series: James DeFilippis

  • Hayes Hall 403, University at Buffalo South Campus (map)
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James DeFilippis Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy; Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey

James DeFilippis
Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy; Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey

James DeFilippis’ research focuses on the politics and economics of cities and communities.  He is particularly interested in the processes of social change, and questions of power and justice in cities.  His strives to makes connections; linking disciplines and connecting academic theory and grounded political practice. He has published work in academic journals in a variety of fields, both independently and in collaboration with other authors.  He is the author or editor of three books.  Professor DeFilippis has also written applied monographs and reports, and his interests extend well beyond the academy and into the practice of concrete political work and policy analyses.

 

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Nov
16
6:00pm 6:00pm

AIA Buffalo/WNY Design Awards

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The Annual Architecture Awards were established to encourage & recognize excellence in architectural design, to increase public awareness of the potential of the built environment and to honor the architect, owner & builder of significant local architectural projects.

Submissions Due | Sep 19 2017 (5:00PM EST)
Tickets to the Gala will be available soon.

For more information and to submit a project, visit www.aiadesignawards.org.

 

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Oct
16
2:00pm 2:00pm

AIA QUAD Conference

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The 2017 AIA QUAD (Quality Unites Architectural Design) Conference is a three-day event encompassing an expo, continuing education seminars, networking opportunities, and the QUAD State Design Awards Presentation. 

This event is the ideation of AIA Connecticut, AIA New Jersey, AIA New York State, and AIA Pennsylvania collectively touting more than 14,000 members.

For more information, visit the QUAD Conference webpage.

Registration is available here.

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Oct
5
6:00pm 6:00pm

6 Minute Building Stories

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6 Minute Building Stories (6Mbs) is an informal and fun gathering featuring presentations by esteemed speakers from diverse cultural disciplines.

Speakers share their building story with 18 images. The total time allotted for each slide is 20 seconds and, as the slide changes, so does the related verbal content.

$5 admission available at the door. For more information, visit the Buffalo Architecture Foundation's website.

 

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Oct
4
6:00pm 6:00pm

UB Fall Lecture Series: Nader Tehrani

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Nader Tehrani Dean, Cooper Union, Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture and Principal, NADAAA

Nader Tehrani
Dean, Cooper Union, Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture and Principal, NADAAA

Nader Tehrani was born in England and raised in Pakistan, South Africa, Iran, Italy and the United States. He received his BFA in 1985 and his BArch in 1986, both from the Rhode Island School of Design, after which he attended a post-graduate program in history and theory at the Architectural Association in London.  In 1986, he began his own practice.

He received the Young Architects Award in 1997, from the Architecture League of New York. His practice was called 'Office dA.' His research targeted material culture as the basis for speculation—exploring material properties, negotiating materials and their geometric predispositions and challenging the means and methods of building processes.

University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning Fall Lecture Series

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Oct
4
10:00am10:00am

Kemper Systems America Cold Liquid Applied Roofing & Waterproofing Systems

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History of fully reinforced, cold-fluid applied, liquid resin waterproofing membranes.  Technology -   composite of resin and reinforcement.  Understanding system components.  Application process, performance benefits, range of applications.

4 AIA LUs available. Additional credits available with the plant tour.

Registration for this event is full.

For more information, download the flyer and visit the Kemper Systems website.

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Sep
20
6:00pm 6:00pm

UB Fall Lecture Series: Oana Stanescu

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Oana Stanescu Partner/Co-Founder Family New York, Design Critic at Harvard GSD

Oana Stanescu
Partner/Co-Founder Family New York, Design Critic at Harvard GSD

Prior to joining Family, Oana worked at a diverse array of award-winning offices around the world including Herzog and De Meuron, OMA and SANAA.

She has also contributed to numerous architectural publications such as Domus, MARK and Abitare and co-taught a seminar at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University as well as studio Core I at MIT in Cambridge.

She is also a frequent critic at various schools like Yale University, MIT, GSD and GSAPP.

She has also lectured in places like AIA Memphis and The University of Memphis, University of South Florida, University of Arizona, Women in Design - Denver, Neocon and AIA Chicago or Design Miami in collaboration with UN, Miami Beach.

Oana’s work has been celebrated in publications such as the New York Times, Forbes, Madame Figaro, Architect Magazine, New York Magazine, Mark, Time magazine or Cultured, to name a few.

University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning

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Sep
16
9:00am 9:00am

Queen City Architecture Run

Join the AIA Buffalo/WNY for the 2017 Queen City Architecture Run. A 3.5 Mile run through downtown featuring Buffalo's renowned Architecture. After-party and awards at Big Ditch Brewing Co. All proceeds support scholarship initiatives and local architectural events.

Fees: $20 early registration/ $25 after Aug 25/ $30 day of

For more information and to register: https://www.raceentry.com/race-reviews/queen-city-architecture-run

 

*Entrants must be 21 or over to participate in the free beer at Big Ditch Brewing.

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Sep
13
6:00pm 6:00pm

UB Fall Lecture Series: Rima Yamazaki

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Join Rima Yamazaki, an independent documentry filmmaker, for a screening of her film Nakagin Capsule Tower: Japanese Metabolist Landmark on the Edge of Destruction (2010). 

Rima Yamazaki Documentary Filmmaker, Artist-in-Residence, UB Creative Arts Initiative

Rima Yamazaki
Documentary Filmmaker, Artist-in-Residence, UB Creative Arts Initiative

The Nakagin Capsule Tower, completed in 1972 and designed by Kisho Kurokawa, is a rare built example of the modern Japanese architectural movement Metabolism. Tracing the history of postwar Japanese architecture and reviewing the characteristics of the Nakagin Capsule Tower, this documentary examines the controversy over the building's future.

Screening to be followed by a Q&A with Yamazaki and Nicholas Bruscia, clinical assistant professor of architecture, who leads UB's study abroad program in Tokyo. 

Rima Yamazaki (山﨑梨真) is an independent documentary filmmaker who specializes in contemporary art and architecture. Her practice is an exploration of cinematic expression in documenting, studying and reflecting on the arts. She works as a one-person film crew; all her films are directed, photographed and edited by herself. Her films have been shown at various film festivals and venues internationally, including Anthology Film Archives (New York), the National Gallery of Art (Washington, DC), the Canadian Centre for Architecture (Montreal, Canada), the Center for Architecture (New York), the International Festival of Films on Art (Montreal, Canada), the Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam (Rotterdam, Netherlands) and Milano Design Film Festival (Milan, Italy). She received a BA in Social Sciences from Hitotsubashi University in 2005, and a BA in Film from Hunter College in 2008. She currently lives and works in New York.

University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning

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Aug
30
6:00pm 6:00pm

UB Fall Lecture Series: Ludovico Centis

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Fall 2017 Lecture Series: Border Crossing
Ludovico Centis

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Ludovico Centis is an architect, founder of the architecture and planning office The Empire (https://www.theempire.eu) and co-founder and editor of the architecture magazine San Rocco (http://www.sanrocco.info). Centis has a PhD in urbanism (Università IUAV di Venezia). He has been a partner at the architectural office Salottobuono (2007 to 2012). He has lectured at Università IUAV di Venezia (Venice), the Politecnico in Milan, Festarch (Cagliari), the Auditorium dell’Ara Pacis (Rome), the Hong Kong & Shenzhen Biennale of Urbanism, the Palais de Tokyo (Paris), the Architectural Association School of Architecture (London), the Faculté d’Architecture La Cambre Horta (ULB, Brussels), the 21er Haus (Vienna), Cornell University (Ithaca, NY), Princeton University (Princeton, NJ). Centis was the 2013–14 Peter Reyner Banham Fellow at the University at Buffalo. During the spring of 2015 he participated in the Center for Land Use Interpretation's Wendover Residence Program.

 

BORDER CROSSING presents architects, designers, urban planners, and researchers who are working across boundaries – national borders, cultural lines, or disciplinary demarcations.

In the current political climate, and in the border city of Buffalo, the program explores how borders can be productively transgressed through a number of discursive positions and practices, operating between territories, cultures, and ideologies. This series of speakers emphasizes the importance and urgency for transnational cross-pollination in architecture and planning and celebrates the positive impact of immigrants and citizens from diverse backgrounds. #BorderCrossing

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Aug
17
3:00pm 3:00pm

Bioclimatic Ceramic Assemblies

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Four teams, led by principals from AECOM, Walter P. Moore, Morphosis, UB Department of Architecture, Alfred University College of Ceramics and Boston Valley Terra Cotta will share their research and design prototypes for terracotta façade systems that focus on bioclimatic performance.

These strategize ways to develop sustainable micro climates in and around buildings and address issues like energy mitigation, hybrid structural systems and high performance façade systems for shading, snow collecting, heat harvesting and air circulation.

3 AIA LU's are available.

This program is free, but registration is required. For more information and to register, visit UB's event page here.

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Aug
9
9:00am 9:00am

Solar PV for Architects: Evaluation and Design Fundamentals

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The accredited course will provide architects and design professionals with a basic understanding of PV system components, common system types and operating characteristics. Participants will receive training on important design considerations for specifying PV technology as well as structural, electrical, and fire code issues associated with site assessments.

Additionally, this training will provide the tools required to evaluate the economic performance and energy output of a solar electric system. This should not be considered a course that will provide all the information that one may require in this field.

This course is free.

3 AIA LU's AVAILABLE

To register, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/solar-pv-for-architects-evaluation-and-design-fundamentals-orchard-park-tickets-35384795877

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Aug
4
7:00pm 7:00pm

Wright at 150 Lecture Series: Michael Desmond

Michael Desmond will 'unpack' his finds within the archive - revealing a discovery of Wright's circular homes and communities, with in-depth analysis of the drawings, concept, and philosiphies attached to this chapter of Wright's life and work.

Tickets are $25 for Members, $35 for Non-Members. VIP Tickets are $90 for Members, $100 for Non-Members.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the event's Facebook page here.

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Jun
28
9:00am 9:00am

Conquering the Energy Code

Conquering the Energy Code prepares architects and engineers to comply with the new requirements in the 2015 New York State Energy Conservation Construction Code. In an era of more stringent code enforcement, the course provides critical knowledge about significant changes, new provisions, and best practices to avoid objections and stalled projects.

View the event flyer here.

Registration is required to attend and costs $75.00.
7 AIA LU|HSW's available

For more information and to register, visit the Urban Green Council's website here.

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Jun
27
5:00pm 5:00pm

Tour of 905 Elmwood Avenue

This AIA presentation/tour will introduce a new infill completed by Ellicott Development, LLC located at 905 Elmwood Ave. The four-story mixed-use building replaced the Elmwood-Delavan Food Mart (and gas station).  Kideney Architects and general contractor Concept Construction were commissioned for this 52,000 sq ft building with 21 residential units and 6,200 SF of ground level retail & restaurant space. The restaurant includes a 1,050 sf second floor bar and seating area with a balcony overlooking Elmwood Avenue.

1.5 AIA LU's are available. This program is free, but you must register to attend at https://form.jotformpro.com/71645813091961.

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Jun
7
5:30pm 5:30pm

Biophilia, Wellness and the Visual Environment

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Attendees will gain an understanding of Biophilia and learn how Biophilic design principles can be employed into an interior.  The design aspects will focus on visual and material elements that give occupants a connection to nature, especially through surface materials.

1 AIA CEU is available.

There is no cost to attend, but registration is required. Fill out the form here to register.

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Jun
7
9:00am 9:00am

Conquering the Energy Code

Conquering the Energy Code prepares architects and engineers to comply with the new requirements in the 2015 New York State Energy Conservation Construction Code. In an era of more stringent code enforcement, the course provides critical knowledge about significant changes, new provisions, and best practices to avoid objections and stalled projects.

View the event flyer here.

Registration is required to attend and costs $75.00.
7 AIA LU|HSW's available

For more information and to register, visit the Urban Green Council's website here.

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Jun
5
7:00pm 7:00pm

FLW150 Lecture Series: Barry Bergdoll

The Martin House presents FLW150: a five-part lecture series celebrating the artistic legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright during the 150th year of his birth.  The public forums will feature prominent thinkers in the field of architecture and design who have each contributed to the exhibition, Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive, at the Museum of Modern Art.

Individual Tickets: $35|$25 members
VIP Series Tickets: $500|$450 members
includes priority seating and reception with guest speakers and a copy of the MoMA catalogue

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the Martin House's website here.

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Jun
5
to Sep 1

BAF Little Free Library Design Competition

 

"Ensuring that books are available to any child at any time of the year will be a good first step in enhancing the reading achievement of low-income students and an absolutely necessary step in closing the reading achievement gap.” 
         —Anne McGill Franzen and Richard Allington, 2009

This is an open, two-stage, design competition to design, construct, and install a contemporary book shelter in underprivileged neighborhoods in Buffalo, NY.  

Literacy-friendly neighborhoods (LFN) is a grassroots initiative started by Little Free Libraries (LFL) that aims to promote literacy, expand literary horizons, cultivate generosity, and promote general neighborliness.  These libraries will facilitate an informal exchange of books in the city’s public spaces, where residents and visitors may use and contribute to these communal resources.  

Each entry should speak to the goals of the LFN in an urban setting while addressing the basic demands of an outdoor enclosure and providing a form that breaks the mold of what has been deemed typical for a LFL.  Creative and innovative designs are encouraged.  

Architects, designers, students interested in rethinking and fabricating a library as part of this project are invited to submit their qualifications and describe their interest.  A conceptual design and brief narrative description of how your concept addresses the points presented in the Competition Brief must accompany each application. Multiple designs concepts are allowed and will require multiple entries.

A jury will select up to ten entrants to design and fabricate a library, hosted on public property or in the domain of a partnering community organization. Once installed, all libraries will be stocked by the Buffalo Public Library system. Entrants will be responsible for all design, material selection, and fabrication of one LFL within the defined schedule.  

For full contest rules, more information, eligibility and submission requirements, and selection criteria, please download a copy of the Competition Brief.  An entry form for HARD COPY SUBMISSIONS ONLY is included in the packet, but all participants are encouraged to use the Online Entry Form. 

For more information and to enter, visit http://buffaloarchitecture.org/little-free-library/.

FEES
AIA MEMBERS:  $25
NON-AIA MEMBERS:  $35
STUDENTS:  $20
MULTIPLE ENTRIES:  $15/EACH

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May
24
12:00pm12:00pm

KSA-1 Cold Liquid Applied Roofing & Waterproofing Systems

  • 1200 N. American Drive West Seneca, NY 14224 USA (map)
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History of fully reinforced, cold-fluid applied, liquid resin waterproofing membranes. Technology -   composite of resin and reinforcement.  Understanding system components. Application process, performance benefits, range of applications.

This program is free, but registration is required.
AIA/CES 1.5 LU|HSW available, additional credits available with the plant tour

For more information, view the full flyer here.

To register, fill out the form here.

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May
19
4:30pm 4:30pm

Concrete Paver Technology

This presentation will teach you about the evolution of paving stones in North America and the manufacturing standards and process used today.  Understanding the manufacturing process and the new technologies available and how they will impact the aesthetic and long term performance will allow you to choose a product that is fit for purpose. We will explore various physical characteristics such as style, shape, texture, color and pattern and examine proper installation methods. Utilizing the many options available today ensures that the selection process will translate into great design. Includes traditional installation methods as well as permeable, roof deck, pedestal paver.

Learning Objectives: After completion of this presentation, designers and specifiers will be able to:
Describe the inception and history of concrete pavers.
List new paver technology and industry design trends.
Utilize ASTM Standard C936 for evaluating concrete pavers. 
Specify proper installation procedures for concrete pavers.
Devise a method for selecting concrete pavers characteristics such as style, shape, texture, color and pattern. 
Examine LEED criteria for achieving potential credits for using concrete pavers such as solar reflectivity and recycled materials.

There is no fee for this program.
1 AIA CEU available
Registration is required. Register here.

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May
19
1:00pm 1:00pm

Celebrating Mark Mendell’s legacy B/a+p

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Mark Mendell was a founding member of the University of Buffalo’s School of Architecture and Planning’s Dean Council. To celebrate Mark, his dedication there and to his profession, CannonDesign is honoring him by naming the largest design studio within Hayes Hall after him.

The CannonDesign/Mark Mendell Studio reinforces CannonDesign's commitment to the school, as well celebrating our mentor and friend. Dean Bob Shibley will lead a dedication ceremony and plaque unveiling Friday, May 19.

This event is free and open to the community. Registration is not required.

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May
15
5:30pm 5:30pm

APA 2017 Annual Awards Reception

The Western New York Section of the American Planning Association is holding their 2017 Annual Awards Reception at Resurgence Brewing Co. The event features an open bar, food stations, director welcome, awards presentation and basket raffle. This is a great networking opportunity and and chance to learn about some great projects that are taking place around WNY.

Registration costs $20 and is required to attend. RSVP to WNYAPA via email here by May 5 to attend.

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May
12
to May 20

Fundamentals of Lighting and More

The IES Fundamentals of Lighting is the core curriculum upon which all advanced education modules are built. New and Improved in 2015, this is unlike the previous ED100, ED150, and FOL series. There are 3 full days of instruction, May 12, May 13, and May 20. This Course is approved by AIA for 20 HSW LU, by USGBC for 20 CE and by IES for 20 PDH.

Every attendee will receive: Printed text, slides, and references, Food and Beverages during breaks and lunches, Credits upon completion

IES & AIA Member: $350
IES Emerging Professional: $200
IES Student Member: $150
Non-Member: $600

Current promotion!
Cost of first person - price as outlined above
Cost of second person (or more) from the same company - $50 off
Four from the same company - save an additional $200 (Buy 3 get 1 free!)

For more information and to register, visit Buffalo IES's website here.

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May
4
6:00pm 6:00pm

6 Minute Building Stories

Every building has a story. The intriguing architecture of our community is celebrated through Building Stories — BAF’s multi-media project documenting and sharing profound individual experiences with architecture, construction, landscape and planning throughout Western New York.

6 Minute Building Stories (6Mbs) is an informal and fun gathering featuring presentations by esteemed speakers from diverse cultural disciplines. Speakers present their building story through 18 images. The total time allotted for each slide is 20 seconds and, as the slide changes after 20 seconds, so does the related verbal content.

Tickets are available for $5 at the door. Admission includes one beverage ticket.

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Apr
28
5:30pm 5:30pm

363 Grant Street Tour

  • 363 Grant Street Buffalo, NY, 14213 United States (map)
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This AIA presentation/tour will introduce a new infill completed by HES Properties I, LLC located at  363 Grant Street, site of the former Ellen Terry Theater.

Architect John Wingfelder, AIA and general contractor BRD Inc. were commissioned for this 12,600 sq ft building with 11 residential units and 2,500 SF of ground level retail space.  

363 Grant Street is the first new building in Buffalo to completely conform to the recently adopted Buffalo Green Code while incorporating geothermal heating & cooling systems.  It also demonstrates how to leverage resources such as the Better Buffalo Fund and Transit Oriented Development.

2.0 AIA LUs/ HSW available.
Registration is required. Click here for more information and to register.

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Apr
27
5:00pm 5:00pm

BAF presents at Pitch 10

Buffalo Architecture Foundation will be pitching their upcoming Little Free Library Design Competition! 

Ten nonprofit organizations at the leading edge of social innovation. Ten ideas to impact Buffalo and Erie County for the next generation. Come listen to how these ideas are transforming communities across Western New York and have your say in who wins $10,000 in grants from Next Generation United.

Pitch 10 is a pitch night for small grassroots organizations and Millenial-led nonprofits. Ten finalist organizations will be pitching their ideas for a grant of $5,000; second and third place vote-getters will each win $2,500 to implement their idea or expand their program.

Admission is $20 and includes a vote for your favorite idea, hors-d'oeuvres, and one drink. To learn more about Next Generation United, visit

Join us to vote for BAF!

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Apr
20
5:30pm 5:30pm

Tour of the Curtiss Hotel

See it before it opens. This 5 star boutique hotel is being built inside of the renovated historic landmark Harlow C. Curtiss building at 210 Franklin.

The hotel will feature 68 luxurious, high-tech rooms and breathtaking wedding, event, and conference spaces, as well as the first indoor outdoor year round Roman hot spring, and a roof top lounge with amazing views of the lake and Buffalo skyline.  

Come join us along with developer and restaurateur Mark Croce as he guides us through his latest and one of the most eagerly anticipated buildings to open in Buffalo.

Registration is required to attend and costs $20. To register, click here.

For more information, view the flyer here.

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Apr
17
12:00pm12:00pm

Integrated Building Design

Join the Niagara Frontier Chapter of ASHRAE to discuss integrated building design.

The quest of successfully providing a truly integrated building design (IBD) continues to challenge our industry and the built world.  This program looks at these challenges, identifies barriers to success, and explores solutions to promote and achieve holistic IBD.

Content covers the following topics:
     What is IBD? 
     Project delivery techniques
     Design team structures
     Design discipline cross-links and coordination
     Hidden barriers
     How do we make IBD work?

Speaker:
Charles E. Gulledge III, PE, HBDP, LEED AP
Senior Mechanical Engineer
AC Corporation
Greensboro, NC

Charles E. Gulledge III, PE, HBDP, LEED AP is a current ASHRAE Vice President, serving on the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors. He is a former ASHRAE Director-at-Large. Gulledge has served as past Chair of the ASHRAE 2011 Energy Modeling Conference, Chapter Technology Transfer Committee, and Technical Committee 7.1: Integrated Building Design. He has served as member of the Handbook Committee, CTTC-RVC for Region IV, President of the North Piedmont Chapter, and as the ASHRAE Liaison to the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI). Gulledge has received the Distinguished Service Award, Regional Award of Merit, Chapter Service Award, and the Dan Mills Technical Award.

In his role as the liaison to CSI, Mr. Gulledge was intimately involved in the overhaul of the MasterFormat 2004 (MF04) specification organization structure. He remains a MasterFormat Accredited Instructor for CSI.

Mr. Gulledge has presented multiple presentations on the Integrated Design Topic as an ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer and an ASHRAE Learning Institute (ALI) Instructor. He has provided outsourced ALI instruction to organizations such as the New York City Transit Authority and NAVFAC. Additionally, he participated as a speaker for the ASHRAE Satellite Broadcast on Integrated Building Design.

Mr. Gulledge is a Senior Mechanical Engineer with the design/build firm of AC Corporation in Greensboro, NC. He has over 31 years of experience in the HVAC industry. A licensed professional engineer in the states of North Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, South Carolina, Virginia, and Alabama; he received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina State University.

Registration is required to attend.
$30 for members of ASHRAE, $35 non-member, $20 students
(1) AIA LU/HSW available
Register here at ASHRAE's Eventbrite page.

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