2018 ARE Lecture Series: Site Planning & Design
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
1909 Woodall Rodgers Freeway
Dallas, TX 75201
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***ARE 5.0 candidates studying for PA and PPD, will benefit from this lecture***
Architecture Registration Exam Preparation: Site Planning
Presented by Adam Denais, Assoc. AIA
This customized course will lead to competency in systems and processes involved in site planning. The application of knowledge and skills of site planning and design including environmental, social, and economic issues, project and practice management.
Areas of focus include:
Principles - Review and assess sites. Incorporate the implication of human behavior, historic precedent, and design theory in the selection of systems, materials, and methods related to site design and construction.
Environmental Issues - Interpret site and environmental conditions. Assess and apply systems, materials, and construction methods. Incorporate principles of sustainability. Assess design impact on human behavior.
Codes & Regulations - Incorporate building codes, specialty codes, zoning, and other regulatory requirements in site design and construction.
Materials & Technology - Analyze the implication of design decisions in the selection of systems, materials, and methods incorporated in site design and construction.
Project & Project Management - Assess and administer site design, including construction sequencing, scheduling, cost, and risk management.
*Pizza and drinks will be provided for those that pre-register.
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Full schedule of the 2018 ARE Lecture Series can be found here.