AIA Utah Annual Conference - EXHIBITORS AND SPONSORS
Be an exhibitor or sponsor for this year’s conference, and you’ll be in good company! Successful businesses from all over the state and region support the ONE architect conference in the state of Utah, and take this unique opportunity to showcase their products, materials, services, and more with the design leaders and decision makers of the profession.
UPDATES TO THIS YEAR'S CONFERENCE:
- CLOSE, INTIMATE ATMOSPHERE
- EXHIBITORS HAVE SIT-DOWN LUNCH WITH ATTENDEES
- DEDICATED NETWORKING TIME
- EARLY TEAR-DOWN (2PM)
- OPPORTUNITY TO ATTEND TOURS WITH MEMBERS
150+ Attendees, including board members, firm principals, students, and allied professionals!
Questions?Call AIA Utah: (801) 532-1727 or email: email@example.com
Exhibitors and Sponsors can count on a great day full of networking and meet & greet opportunities.
SETUP AND TEARDOWN SCHEDULE:
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21
6am - setup
8am - Breakfast in exhibit hall
9am - speakers
10:30am- morning break
noon - lunch with attendees / keynote presentation
TOURS FOR REMAINDER OF AFTERNOON
EXHIBITOR TEAR DOWN CAN BEGIN AT 2:00pm
ALL EQUIPMENT MUST BE REMOVED BY 5PM.
Allied Member Booths: $875
SPONSORSHIPS STARTING FROM $500
Ed Steinfeld, AIA
Edward Steinfeld, ArchD, AIA is a registered architect and gerontologist with special interests in universal design, accessibility, and design for the lifespan. At The State University of New York at Buffalo (UB), he is a Professor of Architecture and Director of the IDeA Center. Dr. Steinfeld has directed over 30 sponsored research projects, including co-directing the RERC on Universal Design and the Built Environment and the RERC on Accessible Public Transportation. He has over 100 publications and 3 patents. Many of his publications are considered key references in the fields of accessible and universal design; he was a co-author of the seven Principles of Universal Design and the primary author of Universal Design: Creating an Inclusive Environment. He is internationally known for his research and has travelled widely to lecture in many countries.
Born in South Dakota in 1977, Becky Hammon was a three-time All-American in basketball at Colorado State University. She became one of the best and most popular players in the WNBA, despite a controversial decision to play for the Russian Olympic team. In 2014, Hammon joined the NBA's San Antonio Spurs to become the first full-time woman coach in the four major North American professional sports leagues. She has recently been promoted to "front of bench" and been named the first woman head coach of NBA summer league basketball.
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