NKY Restoration Friday Professional Track
FRIDAY MARCH 10, 2017
8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Baker Hunt Cultural Arts Center
620 Greenup St.
Registration: Due to the overwhelming response for the past 5 years, we do request that you email your AIA / ACIP number no later than March 8th.
RSVP to the Friday Professional Track classes by emailing us at email@example.com
NKY Restoration is again offering relevant continuing education classes for those who work on Historic and Restoration endeavors in Northern Kentucky, specifically in the Architecture, Planning and now Real Estate professions. Our Friday professional development classes are offered to those in the Architecture, Planning & Real Estate professions that are seeking AIA or AICP CEU's.
AIA and AICP classes are free, but pre-registration is required for the event.
(Please note AIA CEUs have been APPROVED)
AIA and AICP CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES
Classes Begin Promptly
Sound Structures From the Ground Up E. Jacob, J. Hillenbrand, K. Reid, P.G., C.P. 1 AIA/AICP CEU
Testing the soils for contaminants and other issues. The elements of historic structure surveys and how they are done. Whatto do with the results of your historic structure survey.
Road Diets & Placemaking Caroline Duffy CPE, Kevin Wright, Joe Nickol 2 AIA/AICP CEU
An overview of transportation projects used to improve streetscape promoting walkability of neighborhoods; including implementing successful road diets & benefits within a historic neighborhood; how creative place making increases the value of neighborhoods & creative strategies to create high impact low cost amenities where people want to spend time, interact socially, create memorable experiences & connect with the built & natural environment. Participants will be able to determine the right strategy for a neighborhood given its assets, location, demographics, and other unique characteristics
Strong Preservation Tax Credit Applications Mike Radeke, M. Arch 1 AIA/AICP CEU
Overview of the application process for Federal & State Rehabilitation Tax Credits. including: How to build a strong application; Signs, materials & other considerations; Common pitfalls in applications and how to avoid them.
Windows & Historic Rehabilitation Mike Nalitz, Patrick Kennedy, James Turner 1 AIA/AICP CEU
This presentation looks at historic renovation projects. Research, planning, window assessment, standards, and historic tax credits are reviewed. A broad range of window rehabilitation solutions are shown through case studies of historic projects.
This event has been partially funded through efforts of our local vendors and craftsmen in addition to partial funding with federal funds from the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, and administered by the Kentucky Heritage Council. The contents and opinions do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Department of the Interior, nor does the mention of trade names or commercial products constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the Department on the Interior.