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Andy Duckett-Emke, AIA and Rebecca Silva, AIA present on The Pitkin County Courthouse at the 2021 Saving Places Conference

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Kristen Craig, AIA speaks at 2021 Saving Places Conference - “Lightning Talk: Four Technological Facets of Preservation”

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Laine McLaughlin presents Up from the Ashes: Assessing and Addressing Effects of Fire on Historic Masonry

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Brandon Gossard presented on the panel for AIA Town Hall “Decarbonizing the Built Environment”

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Anderson Hallas Presenting at CPI Conference

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Andy Duckett-Emke, AIA and Rebecca Silva, AIA present on The Pitkin County Courthouse at the 2021 Saving Places Conference

Join Andy Duckett-Emke, AIA and Rebecca Silva, AIA of Anderson Hallas as they present The Pitkin County Courthouse: Providing Accessibility to 130 years of Colorado Courts at the Saving Places Conference. Their session describes how the design team gave new life to the 130-year-old Courthouse, while meeting accessibility and security needs of a 21st century Courthouse. For more information, follow the link below.

 https://virtual.savingplacesconference.org/talks/sc26pitkin-county-courthouse-providing-accessibility-to-130-years-of-colorado-courts/

Kristen Craig, AIA speaks at 2021 Saving Places Conference - “Lightning Talk: Four Technological Facets of Preservation”

Kristen Craig, AIA of Anderson Hallas joins the “Lightning Talk: Four Technological Facets of Preservation” at the Saving Places Conference. Learn about the opportunities and challenges in designing an addition to and rehabilitation for an adobe Visitor Center at Scotts Bluff National Monument, originally built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1935 with a brick Mission 66 addition. For more information, follow the link below.

https://virtual.savingplacesconference.org/talks/l…

Laine McLaughlin presents Up from the Ashes: Assessing and Addressing Effects of Fire on Historic Masonry

Anderson Hallas’s Laine McLaughlin, AIA will be presenting “Up from the Ashes: Assessing and Addressing Effects of Fire on Historic Masonry” with masonry specialist Mike Schuller of Atkinson-Noland & Associates at the APT - The The Association for Preservation Technology International (APT) 2020 conference! Don’t miss out on the fascinating story of how the team restored the historic Sperry Chalet, starting with the remains of the stone walls. For more information follow the link!
https://eventscribe.com/2020/APTNT/fsPopup.asp?Mod…

Brandon Gossard presented on the panel for AIA Town Hall “Decarbonizing the Built Environment”

Brandon Gossard, AIA, of Anderson Hallas discussed sustainability on the panel for the AIA Virtual Town Hall “Decarbonizing the Built Environment.” During the meeting he provided local examples of both existing and new buildings that are working toward highly sustainable design goals! 

Anderson Hallas Presenting at CPI Conference

We’re excited to have three of us from Anderson Hallas presenting at the Colorado Preservation Inc. (CPI) 2020 Saving Places Conference.

  • Attend “Up from the Ashes: Wildfires and Historic Resources,” to see our restoration of the fire-devastated Sperry Chalet in Glacier National Park, presented by Laine McLaughlin, AIA, LEED AP BD+C.
  • Catch “We Are Still Here: Designing with Respect to the Grand Canyon,” about our project to develop a tribal cultural heritage center, presented by Kristen Craig, AIA.
  • And don’t miss “A Critical Connection: Urban Planning and Preservation,” with firm Principal Liz Hallas, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, who will discuss design tools relevant to appropriate infill design in historic districts.
We hope to see you there!