Speaker Presentations 2014

Conference 2014 : Architecture Now - From Policy to the Common Place

Day One

The Presidents Introduction Sunday (Day 1)

Introduction for the first day of the 2014 conference

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Niall Scott
Art in Scott Tallon Walker Architecture

Niall’s lecture will cover the incorporation of Art and collaboration with Artists from the 1930s to the present day which will include commissioned works by Patrick Scott and many other artists. He will also pay a special tribute to Ronnie Tallon

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Noel Dowley

An Architecture of Modest Means

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Day Two

The Presidents Introduction Monday (Day 2)

Introduction for the second day of the 2014 conference

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BC(A)R

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Rob Kitchin

Housing in Ireland: From Crisis to Crisis

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Andrew Keogh, ARISTO
The Value V Money Conversation

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Wayne Dignam, Tender Team
Procurement – Tip on Working the System

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John Graby, Chief Executive Officer RIAI
RIAI Now

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Arthur Acheson, Chair Ministerial Advisory Group, Northern Ireland
Designing Place Software
Administrators and project managers may not understand the holistic nature of design and tend to introduce designers too late. Research in the USA indicates that the success of a place is 80% due to its management and only 20% to its design. Yet project managers often fail to allocate sufficient resources to the design of the management of public places. This has caused failures, not of design but of briefing. The presentation will indicate how design can be embedded much earlier into projects and indicate successful outcomes of such processes.

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David Miller
Aligning a small practice with a BIM workflow
This presentation will describe the evolution of a small architecture practice into a BIM centric enterprise model as a response to the UK government’s mandation of Level 2 BIM by 2016. The presentation will be in two parts. Firstly exploring why change was necessary, the process undertaken, and the outcomes for the practice. The second part will illustrate by example the productivity and efficiency gains.

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John Mitchell
 

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Kathryn Meghen

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