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NAHB - 2005 Fall Board of Directors Meeting
Date: September 7 - 11, 2005
Place: Reno Hilton
Reno, NV USA
The Fall Board Meeting will be held at the Reno Hilton Hotel in Reno, NV September 7-11, 2005. Please check back for more details in the coming weeks.
Australian Structural Engineering Conference 2005
Date: September 11 - 14, 2005
Place: Newcastle, Australia
Technical Program

ASEC 2005 will have a strong and diverse program covering a wide range of topics pertinent to the Structural Engineering industry. The conference will provide an excellent opportunity for participants to share ideas, review current industry trends and discuss the future of Structural Engineering. The program will be held over 3 days featuring internationally recognised Plenary and Keynote speakers.

Suggested program topics include:

• Case histories • Concrete • Steel • Timber & masonry • New & other materials • Analysis & design • Bridges • Fire • Dynamics • Construction • Natural hazards • Heritage • Structural assessment • Structural remediation • Corrosion & rehabilitation
• Marine infrastructure • Standards & BCA • Deteriorating infrastructure • Structural project management • Risk and liability
The First International Conference on Built Environment Complexity
Date: September 11 - 14, 2005
Place: University of Liverpool
Liverpool, United Kingdom
The becon conference is part of an exciting international event offering academic and non-academic participants a unique opportunity for learning and interaction from over 30 different academic disciplines and a range of non-academic sectors, providing a unique opportunity for participants to present and discuss their relevant specialism.
HRC International Historic Preservation Education Symposium
Date: September 12 - 14, 2005
Place: University of Bath
Bath, United Kingdom
The Historic Resources Committee of the American Institute of Architects (AIA/HRC) will hold a symposium in Bath, England, on the state of historic preservation architecture education internationally, featuring sessions held in the historic Bath Assembly Rooms and on the campus of the University of Bath, as well as tours of historic sites in Bath and environs.

The symposium will further the dialogue between academicians and preservation practitioners to define the context, issues, approaches, and strategies to integrate preservation values into first professional degree programs while also addressing European educational models.
IABSE Symposium - 'Structures and Extreme Events'
Date: September 14 - 16, 2005
Place: Lisbon, Portugal
A commercial exhibition is planned at the Symposium venue. This offers a unique opportunity for companies to display their projects, products and services.
Prague: 20th-Century Architecture in Transition
Date: September 17 - 23, 2005
Place: Hotel Alcron
Prague, Czech Republic
Conference Overview
Once the realm of the great Austro-Hungarian Empire, the heart of Central Europe is enjoying a cultural, economic, and political renaissance after emerging from a century of tumult and turmoil. The AIA Committee on Design conference in Prague will explore design of buildings, sites, and the city in relationship to the political, social, cultural, and economic transitions and the permanence of the historical, climatic, and geographic environment. The architectural heritage of the hundred-spire city of Prague provides the background for Czech Modernism of the 20th century. The conference will focus on the architecture and society of the Interwar period, referred to as the Golden Age of Modernism. To be examined are works of Art Nouveau, Czech Cubism, Functionalism, Socialist Realism, and new developments since the Velvet Revolution and Velvet Divorce. At the crossroads of Europe, the cross-fertilization of ideas between Czechs and other cultures is evident in the arts and architecture of Prague.

Conference Highlights
• Stay in Prague’s Jazz Age Hotel Alcron, just off Wenceslas Square. Tour and discuss the Old Town Square, Hradcany Castle, and the Charles Bridge. Visit and discuss the Art Nouveau Obecni dum (Municipal House), the Cubist Dum u cerne matky bozi (House of the Black Madonna), and the Functionalist Baba Housing Estate.
• Take an all-day tour to Brno to explore and discuss Mies van der Rohe’s Villa Tugendhat and the permanent exhibition pavilions built in the Interwar period.
• Meet with award-winning Czech architects, including Ladislav Labus and Josef Pleskot, and noted architectural writer Vladimir Slapeta, Hon. FAIA.
DFI 30th Annual Conference on Deep Foundations
Date: September 22 - November 24, 2005
Place: Chicago, IL USA
Every Fall for the past thirty years, the Engineers, the Contractors, the Academics, the Suppliers and Manufacturers from the deep foundations construction industry have gathered to learn from each other and discuss the state of the practice and the state of the art within our field.

The DFI Member's Conference gives all industry members an opportunity to discuss, on equal footing, the technical concerns specific to the design and construction of deep foundations. Inclusive of all foundation elements and systems, the program and scope of the Conference is enriched by the presence of all disciplines in the industry, from around the world.

Four Sessions over 3 days comprise a program featuring the experiences of professionals at work in today's challenging industry environment. Presenters will be selected from among abstracts submitted by the industry worldwide by an interdisciplinary committee of foundation industry leaders.

Beyond the program, The DFI presents every opportunity for attendees to interact and exchange ideas with each other. We take pride that our breaks, Luncheons, Welcome Reception, and Awards Banquet reflect the appreciation we have for our Members. In 2005 we are pleased to bring the conference to Chicago.
Sinkholes and the Engineering and Environmental Impacts of Karst™
Date: September 24 - 28, 2005
Place: Double Tree Hotel
San Antonio, TX USA
Sessions on the following topics are tentatively planned, but all practical papers are welcome.
  • Geology & Origin of Sinkholes & Karst
  • Karst & Sinkholes in Evaporites
  • Karst Hydrology & Dye Tracing
  • Geoenvironmental Engineering in Karst
  • Modeling Groundwater Flow in Karst
  • GIS, Databases, and other Computer Applications for Karst
  • Legal Issues and Governmental Programs Related to Karst
  • Geophysical Applications to Investigating Karst
  • Foundation and Geotechnical Engineering in Karst
  • Prevention and Remediation of Sinkholes Karstic Settlement
  • Karst Hydrology of the Edwards Aquifer

4th ASEE AaeE Global Colloquium on Engineering Education
Date: September 26 - 30, 2005
Place: Sydney, Australia
This event is the major annual gathering of leaders in engineering education internationally. Since its inception in 2002 in Berlin, the colloquium has strived to be a conference with very topical themes, with speakers selected from around the world for their expertise and ability as speakers.
Product Lifecycle Management Road Map 2005
Date: September 28 - 29, 2005
Place: Dearborn, MI USA
At Product Lifecycle Management Road Map 2005 join Donald H. Brown, leading industry analysts from CPDA, key industry players, and front-line implementation experts as they discuss their experiences in addressing strategic PLM topics. Find out about their successes in making technology work by linking it across the whole product lifecycle, the obstacles they encountered on the way, and how they developed strategies to overcome them. Product Lifecycle Management Road Map 2005 represents a strategic conference focused on the issues confronting end users in design and engineering. Presentations will cover collaboration across the whole enterprise, knowledge capture and reuse, PLM interoperability, Open CAD and tight integration, up front simulation early in the design cycle, up front manufacturing constraints, the business benefits of PLM; and more. Join the CPDA team in Dearborn, MI on September 28 & 29 to find out how PLM can deliver immediate results to your bottom line.
2005 Annual Meeting & Design Awards
Date: September 28, 2005
Place: The Music Center at Strathmore
North Bethesda, MD USA
The Design Awards Program of AIA Maryland is held each year in September. It seeks to honor and bring attention to distinctive works of architecture created by Maryland architects. The program is dedicated to recognizing and applauding works of architecture exhibiting design excellence and promoting public awareness and appreciation of the diversity, quality and scope of Maryland architecture
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