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*This event is occurring as a live webinar. Registrants will be emailed a link to access the program.*

As we emerge from the initial shock and disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic, and while we wait for safe, effective vaccines and treatments, architects must consider how we will design public spaces that enable basic human needs for physical presence and social interaction while protecting us from infection or contagion.

Recent ad-hoc accommodations to social distancing and general hygiene permit re-opening of public spaces, but Level of Service has suffered while concerns for public health remain high.

Experts from very different sub-specialties of architecture and engineering –laboratory planning and transit design– will share current resources that inform good practice in the planning of public architecture for biosafety, access control, environmental monitoring, and materials properties while also discussing how these elements and practices can be combined into a new criterion for safe, effective, and beautiful public architecture.

Charles H. Beauvoir, PE, SE, Vice President, Senior Program Manager, HNTB Corporation
Jim Braddock, FAIA, Partner, Mitchell Giugola Architects
Jennifer Dimambro, CEng, Principal, Science, Industry and Technology Leader, ARUP
Thomas L. Grassi, FAIA,  NCARB, PMP, Associate Vice President, Project Director Transportation Architecture and Infrastructure, HNTB Corporation 

Anna Torriani, AIA, Principal, Atelier Pagnamenta Torriani; Co-Chair, AIANY Public Architecture Committee
Michael Plottel, FAIA, Public Architect NYC; Co-Chair, AIANY Public Architecture Committee

Organized by
AIANY Public Architecture Committee
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