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Join Perkins+Will at Events in October 2015

Connect With Our People Throughout the Month

We hope to see you out in the field this month. Connect with our thought leaders around the globe in October.

Thursday, October 1
Kevin Bacon and Audrey Plummer will lead the session “Innovators & Attractors: Assembling The Ingredients For Successful Innovation Districts” at the Association of University Research Parks conference in Buffalo, New York.

Saturday, October 3
Geeti Silwal will moderate the panel “Paradigm Shift in Water Use - Local & Global Water Policies Reworked” at the American Planning Association California conference in Oakland, California.

Sunday, October 4
Geeti Silwal will host the mobile workshop “Getting from Vision to a Thriving District: Cultural Vibrancy & Economic Vitality in the transformed neighborhood of Mission” at the American Planning Association California conference in Oakland, California.

Monday, October 5
Ian Griffiths will be part of a lunchtime panel on “Transit Harmony” hosted by SPUR in Oakland, California. Come learn the ways we can design for a more accessible and more navigable transit network in the Bay Area.

Mark Jolicoeur will present the concurrent session “A New Planning Collaboration Model - Accelerating University Research to Market” at the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) North Central Regional Conference in Columbus, Ohio.

Tuesday, October 6
Kristen Hall and Gerry Tierney will lead the session “Vibrant Streets Start at the Edges” at the American Planning Association California conference in Oakland, California.

Jason Chan will present the concurrent session ”A New Collaboration Model – Accelerating University Research to Market“ at the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) North Central Regional Conference in Columbus, Ohio.

Wednesday, October 7
Cathy Simon will moderate the concurrent session “Turning the Tide: Innovation, Placemaking, and Resilience at the Water’s Edge” at the ULI Fall Meeting in San Francisco, California. Join this interactive panel to discuss groundbreaking projects that create value, mitigate risk, and tackle this great challenge of the 21st century.

Thursday, October 8
Sharon Woodworth will present “Fostering Wellness: A Case Study on Patient-Population Based Design” at the Healthcare Facilities Symposium and Expo in Chicago, Illinois.

Friday, October 9
Phil Freelon will lead a workshop at the Black in Design conference hosted by Harvard Graduate School of Design in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Wednesday, October 14
Peter Busby will give the lecture “Exploring Architecture’s New Edges” for the University of Washington Department of Architecture in Seattle, Washington.

John Drew will present “What will future occupiers be looking for?” at the Property Asset Management Conference in London, England.

Sunday, October 18
Bill Doerge will be a panelist during the “Architecture: From the Skyscraper to the Riverwalk” talk during Chicago Ideas Week in Chicago, Illinois.

Tuesday, October 20
Doug Williams will present “Design teams take back control of BIM design coordination + this is how we are doing it!!” at the BIM Forum in Orlando, Florida.

Friday, October 23
Phil Freelon will give the keynote presentation “Design Leadership – Driven by Ideas and Collaboration” at the AIA Leadership Institute symposium in Washington, DC.

Monday, October 26
Phil Freelon will give the J. Max Bond Lecture during Archtober at the Center for Architecture in New York, New York.

Friday, October 30
Doug Williams will present “Design teams take back control of BIM design coordination + this is how we are doing it!!” at the RTC Technology Conference in Budapest, Hungry.

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