2020 AIA Taliesin Colloquium
Building Codes are evolving to address an expanded view of Health, Safety and Welfare. Where do historic structures fit in this new vision of compliance? Join us at Taliesin West for a conversation with leading experts on both the history of building codes for existing buildings and the future impact of new code changes on historic and existing buildings.
Taliesin Colloquium Student Scholarship
Taliesin Scholars receive complimentary registration plus a stipend of up to $550 to cover travel and lodging expenses. Applications are now closed.
For questions or assistance contact (202) 626 7556.
Member – Early (ends December 13): $300
Member – Late (after December 13): $400
Non-member – Early (ends December 13): $400
Non-member – Late (after December 13): $500
Student: $50 (please email proof of enrollment to email@example.com in order to receive code for discount)
The registration deadline is Friday, January 17, 2020.
Please fax or email your cancellation requests to (202) 639-7556 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday, January 17, 2020.
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The AIA is committed to making meetings and conferences accessible to all to the degree reasonably possible. Please notify us at the time of registration if you have special accessibility needs or specific dietary requirements. Contact Angel Ward at email@example.com or via phone at (202) 626-7556 if special arrangements are required.
Nick Artim, Principal, Heritage Protection Group
Sean Denniston, Sr. Project Manager, New Buildings Institute
Melvyn Green, Principal, Melvyn Green and Associates, Inc.
Mike Jackson, FAIA, Visiting Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Marilyn E. Kaplan, Principal, Preservation Architecture
Helen Kessler DiFate, AIA, President, DIFATE GROUP, PC
Amanda L. Webb, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering & Construction Management, University of Cincinnati