Resilience

     
     RESILIENCE DAY SESSIONS 

 

 

Earn up to 19 AIA-approved CES/HSW credits, over 4 days, for full conference attendance. Or, earn up to 8 AIA-approved CES/HSW credits for attending resilience day sessions. More details about ICC CEUs coming soon.


8:30am - 10:00am

Opening Keynote Breakfast 
Billie Faircloth, Partner, KieranTimberlake

 

10:15am - 10:45am

Resiliency, Infrastructure Impacts and Future Proofing
Anica Landreneau, Global Director, Sustainable Design, HOK
Studio B

Optimizing Capex for Asset Sustainment
Rolf Alexis, Sr. Asset Manager, General Motors
Studio D

Resilience and Life Cycle Cost Analysis - How Cost and Durability Factor into a Resilient Built Environment 
Vicki Worden, President & CEO, GBI
Dr. Mark Russell, PE, Partner in Wise Built, LLC
Micah Thomas, Senior Director of Program Development & Compliance, GBI
Studio E

 

10:55am – 11:25am

Future Ready Design - Concepts for Better Building Enclosures
Paul E. Totten, VP, National Practice Leader - Building Enclosures, WSP
Studio B

Longevity of Structures and Functioning Building Skins
Lee Dunham, Principal, PE, SE, OAC  Services, Inc. 
Dave Bates, Senior Architect, OAC Services, Inc. 
Studio D                                                                         

If It Makes So Much Sense, Why Is It So Hard To Do Mitigation?
Dr. Keith Porter, University of Colorado Boulder and SPA Risk LLC
Bryan Koon, 
Vice President, International Homeland Security and Emergency Management, IEM
Studio E

 

11:35 AM – 12:05 PM

Convergence of Design and Resilience in a Hospital for the Future + Minimally Invasive Laboratories
Judy Ou, Associate Principal, Perkins Eastman Architects 
Robin Whitehurst, Technical Principal, Bailey Edward Design, Inc. 
Studio B

How Blast Resistance Fits into the Building Envelope Design Process 
Hollice Stone, Stone Security Engineering, PC 
Studio D

Mitigation: How Do You Make People Care?
Jeremy Gregory, Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jamie Leigh Price, 
Mitigation Investment Lead, Risk Management Directorate within FIMA at FEMA
Studio E

 

12:15 – 1:45 PM

Luncheon Keynote: Innovations in Building Energy, Resilience and Security
Ken Sandler, High Performance Building Advisor, GSA
Ralph DiNola, CEO of the New Buildings Institute (NBI)
Joe Donovan, NIBS Chair and SVP, Beacon Capital Partners
Roger Grant, Executive Director, BIM, National Institute of Building Sciences
Ballroom

 

2:00 – 3:30 PM

Quantifying Building Fire Resistance + Energy Storage Systems, a Fire Service Response
Jon Narva, Director, External Relations, National Association of State Fire Marshalls
Sean DeCrane, Manager, Industry Relations, Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
Studio B

Housing Affordability and Resilience
Ryan Colker, VP, Innovation, ICC

Laurie Schoeman, Senior National Program Director, Resilience and Disaster Recovery, Enterprise Community Partners, Inc
Studio D

How to Pay for Mitigation + Sustainable Cities: Policies to Enhance Community Resilience
Dr. Keith Porter, University of Colorado Boulder and SPA Risk LLC 
Kayed I. Lakhia, Director, Hazard Mitigation FEMA/DHS
Sean Kevelighan, President & CEO, Insurance Information Institute
Carl Hedde, Vice Chair, NIBS
Studio E

 

3:45 – 4:30 PM

The Role of Seismic Standards in Mitigating Risk and Enabling Functional Recovery
Mai Tong, Senior Physical Scientist, FEMA Building Science Branch
David Bonneville, Senior Principal, Degenkolb Engineers
Steve McCabe, NEHRP Director
JQ Yuan, Executive Director, Multi-Hazard Mitigation and BSSC, National Institute of Building Sciences
Studio B


Improving the Operational Resiliency of America's Diplomatic Platform
Keith Hanigan, Deputy Assistant Secretary, U.S. Dept. of State  
Studio D

Zero Energy on a Shoe-String Budget
Philip Donovan, AIA, Project Architect on NeoCity Academy, and Principal, Little Diversified Architectural Consulting
Marc Clinch, Chief Facilities Officer School District of Osceola County
Studio E

 

4:30 – 5:00 PM

Wrap-up Session
Peter Culyer, Owner, Culyer Consultancy Group
Ballroom