On the Road: Sharing Lessons Learned & Best Practices at National Events

By Hennebery Eddy

PAM Rothko Pavilion Hennebery Eddy Architects Portland Oregon
The glazing system of Portland Art Museum's new Rothko Pavilion is the subject of an upcoming presentation at BEST6, a national building enclosure conference in March.

Our teams are hitting the road over the next few months to present at a range of conferences around the country, sharing best practices and lessons learned from our process and projects. We’ll see you there!

Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) Pacific Regional Conference
  • March 18-20 |  University of Washington  |  Website
  • “Reshaping Tech-Based Learning Through Student-Centered Priorities” — Associate Principal Gregg Sanders presents with an owner team from Montana State University on the student-centered process for designing the new Gianforte Hall.
National Institute of Building Sciences’ Building Enclosure Science & Technology Conference (BEST6)
  • March 18-20 |  Austin, Texas  |  Website
  • Associate Noah Winkler will share about the historic rehabilitation of the midcentury landmark Painted Desert Community Complex at Petrified Forest National Park, originally designed by renowned architect Richard Neutra
  • Associate Josh Stein will present with Will Babbington of Studio NYL on developing the glazing system at the Portland Art Museum’s new Rothko Pavilion.
Rendering of MSU’s Gianforte Hall
2024 AIA Historic Resources Committee Taliesin West Colloquium
International Living Future Institute’s Living Future 2024
  • May 7-9 |  Atlanta, Georgia  |  Website
  • “Dream, Discuss, Design, DO: Tips for Starting LBC Projects” — Principal Will Ives shares lessons learned from planning and designing the new campus for Great Smoky Mountains Institute, which aims to achieve Living Building Challenge certification.
Great Smoky Mountains Institute rendering
Design-Build Institute of America Northwest Region Annual Conference
  • May 9-10 |  Seattle, Washington  |  Website
  • “Pups, Plants, & Ping Pong: Setting the PDB Standard for the City of Bend” — Associate Principal Camilla Cok will share best practices for fostering an integrated progressive design-build team, with lessons learned and teammates from the City of Bend Public Works Campus project.
AIA24 American Institute of Architects Conference on Architecture
  • June 5-8 |  Washington DC  |  Website
  • “Beyond Aspirational: Tools for Centering DEI in Design” — Associate Principal Erica Thompson and Associate Danáe Sakuma discuss our firm’s DEI in Design Conversation Guide and lessons learned from using the tool across different project types.