Rolling Up Our Sleeves | Day Three

12 Apr 2016
8:45 am- 10:00 am
Marriott Ballroom

Rolling Up Our Sleeves | Day Three

8:45-9:00 am | Welcoming Remarks: Jeanne-Marie Napolitano, Mayor, City of Newport

9:00-10:00 am | Keynote: Mary Rowe, Urban Animator, Civic & Social Organization Leader
Community resilience and preserving the built environment

10:00-10:30 am | Coffee Break (Ballroom Foyer)

10:30am-12:00pm | PANEL #4: Structural Adaptations

Session chair: Ashley Wilson, AIA, ASID, National Trust for Historic Preservation

Meisha Hunter Burkett | Senior Preservationist, LiI/Saltzman Architects, New York, NY
Silent and Unseen: Historic Water Infrastructure and Global Climate Change

Lindsay S. Hannah | Project Manager and Architectural Historian | and Kate Kuranda, Senior Vice President, R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc., New Orleans, LA
Ain’t No Foundation High Enough: The Conundrum of Elevation

Janet Cakir | Climate Change Adaptation and Socioeconomics Coordinator, NPS
Making Decisions in the Context of Climate Change

Elizabeth English | Department of Architecture, University of Waterloo
Amphibious Architecture: Where Flood Risk Reduction Meets Climate Change Adaptation

12-1:30 pm | Lunch Break

12:15-1:15 pm | Workshop 

Boxed lunches will be provided.

Workshop w/Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation, 12:15 – 1:15 pm 
We Culcha and de Sea: Lesson of Community Engagement from the Sea Islands’ Indigenous Gullah/Geechee

Use the your lunch hour to explore Newport, visit the 74 Bridge Street case study property, or participate in the brown-bag workshop.

12:00-3:00 pm | 74 Bridge Street Open Hours

1:30-3:00 pm | PANEL #5: Imagined Adaptations

Session chair: Dennis Carlberg, AIA, LEED AP BD+C Sustainability Director, Boston University; and co-chair, Sustainability Council at the Urban Land Institute

74 Bridge Street Team (BCA, Inc. and Union Studio) 
Case study of resiliency measures for an 18th-c. Newport house and neighborhood

Mason Andrews | Department of Architecture, Hampton University, Hampton, VA
A Quarter Low: Tidewater Resiliency Design Challenge – Collaboration between Hampton and Old Dominion Universities

Suzanne Mathew | Department of Landscape Architecture, Rhode Island School of Design
Imagining the Future Historic in the Landscape Architecture Studio

3:00-3:30 pm | Coffee Break (Ballroom Foyer)

3:30-4:45 pm | PANEL #6: Administrative Tactics

Session chair: Edward Sanderson, Executive Director and State Historic Preservation Officer for Rhode Island

Dan Nees | Environment Finance Center, University of Maryland & Joanne Throwe | Deputy Secretary, Maryland Department of Natural Resources
Innovation in Resiliency Financing

Mary Kate Ryan | State Survey Coordinator, New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources
Heritage and Climate Change: on challenges of communicating within and outside of the state on efforts to mitigate and manage climate change effects on historical resources

Jeremy Young | Project Manager, Disaster Planning for Historic Properties Initiative Pennsylvania State Historic Preservation Office
Protecting Life, Property, and Place: Integrating Hazard Mitigation and Historic Preservation Planning

5:00-6:00 pm | CLOSING ROUNDTABLE: What Have We Learned & Where Do We Go From Here?

Session chair: Cornelia Dean | veteran science writer and science editor (1997-2003), The New York Times; teaching fellow and writer-in–residence, Brown University

Adam Markham | Deputy Director of Climate and Energy, Union of Concerned Scientists

John Englander | Oceanographer, consultant, author and sea level rise expert

Grover Fugate | Executive Director of the Coastal Resources Management Council

Jim Lindberg | National Trust for Historic Preservation, Preservation Green Lab

…..and on to Day #4 | Workshops & Seminars