Join us at the 2019 CPI Saving Places Conference

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Annual Happy Hour

Meet us for our Annual Happy Hour after enjoying the CPI Saving Places Conference! Rocky Mountain Chapter APT members drink free. Bring a fellow preservationist as your guest. Anyone looking to join our chapter drinks free if you sign up online at https://rockymountainapt.com/membership/.

Date: 4:30pm-7:30pm on Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Location: Wynkoop Brewery – 1634 18th Street, Denver, CO 80202

 

Lightning Talk

Also make sure to register & check-out the Lightning Talk session we’ve put together. It will be on Monday, February 4 from 10:30am-11:45am. This year’s session will feature four dynamic presentations related to saving historic buildings.  Each presenter will talk for 15 minutes with slides changing every 30 seconds.  This fast-paced format will provide a quick and highly informative overview of each topic.  Speakers and topics include:

  1. Anne McCleave: “Three Different Properties, Three Different Uses for Three Different Communities” – The Denver, South Park, and Pacific Railroad Depot, the Bromley/Koizuma-Hishinuma Farm and Crossan’s M&A Market, located in Como, Brighton and Yampa, each had buildings that once lacked paint, were falling down and had skeptics who thought they could not be saved. See how they were rehabilitated to new uses by and for their communities.
  2. Jessica Reske: “Preservation of the Temporary” – Throughout history, buildings have been constructed with locally sourced materials for specific, temporary purposes. Explore how to address issues with converting temporary structures to permanent use through case studies of mining and agricultural structures.
  3. Tim & Kris Hoehn: “The Saga of the Sagging Ceilings” – How a homeowner’s decisions during the early life of Hamill House impacted its future and the steps that had to be taken to correct the mistakes of the past.
  4. Ron Anthony: “Challenges with Wood as a Changing Construction Material” – Explore how engineered wood products developed since the 1940s bring technical challenges for assessment and treatment options that are quite different from those needed for tradition wood.

 

CPI Saving Places Conference Registration

Need more information about the CPI Saving Places Conference? You can find everything you need to know and register for the conference at http://www.cvent.com/events/2019-saving-places-conference/event-summary-a834bfc3dcbf435e9776508bc09cde01.aspx.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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