SOLD OUT Joint Event: 21st Century Schools Tour & Panel
Join ULI Baltimore, USGBC Maryland, and AIA Baltimore for a tour and discussion of the 21st Century Schools Construction Program at the Robert Poole Building, home to The Academy for College and Career Exploration and The Independence School. The event will explore the creation and implementation of the 21st Century Schools Program, while diving into the design and construction process for the Robert Poole Building specifically. We will hear from the Maryland Stadium Authority – the authority managing the 21st Century Schools Construction Program; Baltimore City Public Schools – those ultimately operating the building; as well as JRS Architects and CAM Construction, representing the design and construction team.
After the presentation and tour, attendees will reconvene at a local bar for continued networking.
*Attendees eligible to earn 1.5 CE hours for both GBCI (BD+C & ID+C & Green Assoc) and AIA (HSW)
Eric Johnson – Maryland Stadium Authority
Cheri Vincent – Baltimore City Public Schools, 21st Century School Buildings Program
John Srygley – JRS Architects, Inc.
Ana Castro – JRS Architects, Inc.
Marc Munafo – CAM Construction
Moderator: Katie Fink – Lorax Partnerships
Date: Wednesday, August 8th, 2018
Tours & Panel Discussion: 5:30pm-6:30pm, Q&A to follow
Networking: 6:45pm- 8:00pm
* Networking Location: Blue Pit BBQ & Whiskey Bar, 1601 Union Ave, Baltimore, MD 21211
Robert Poole Building
Academy for College and Career Exploration & Independence School
1300 W 36th Street
Baltimore, MD 21211
Parking: Guests may park on the school lot
Cost: $30 – Members | $40 – Non-Members
*USGBC Maryland & AIA Baltimore members are eligible to receive the ULI Member Registration rate. Please email Danielle.Dunlap@uli.org to complete registration!
With a mission to use education, advocacy, and community outreach to support the development of sustainable buildings and communities, USGBC Maryland is committed to a prosperous and sustainable future for the state of Maryland through cost-efficient and energy-saving green buildings.
Founded in 1871, the Baltimore Chapter of The American Institute of Architects is the third oldest in the country. AIABaltimore serves as the voice of the architecture profession in the Baltimore metropolitan area. The chapter consists of nearly 1,300 architects, emerging professionals, and allied industrial members united to demonstrate the value of architecture and design.