Achieving Quality Architecture with Design-Build

Achieving Quality Architecture with Design-Build is a one day conference taking place March 24 from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Co-sponsored by the Graduate School of Fine Arts, Philadelphia and New York chapters of the American Institute of Architects and McGraw-Hill Construction Information Group, the conference will include such topics as:

  • The Master Builder: Historical Myth or Contemporary Reality?
  • What Kind of Architecture is Design-Build Producing?
  • What Does Quality Architecture Cost? Who Pays?
  • How Can Critics Judge Design-Build Products?
  • Round Table Discussion: Quality Architecture, Profitable Architecture or Both?

Speakers include the Honorable Robert A. Peck, Eugene Kohn, Professor Peter D. Linnemen, Norbert W. Young and Robert Ivy.

The conference will be held in room 110 of the Annenberg School. The conference fee is $150 and includes a continental breakfast and box lunch. Penn students and faculty may attend at no charge but must register in advance by calling (215) 898-3657.

Almanac, Vol. 46, No. 24, March 7, 2000

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