The California Preservation Conference
The True California Adventure: Preservation's Wild Ride Wednesday, May 1 - Friday, May 3, 2013 Orange County
Conference Headquarters: Crowne Plaza Resort Anaheim
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California Preservation Conference will be held in Orange County - a county with over 200 years of history. In just 3 days you will gain a year's worth of education and networking with over 100 speakers and 500+ expected attendees. Don't miss your chance to make valuable business connections, earn continuing education credit and experience Orange County. The 38 th Annual
Attend this year’s 20+ Educational Sessions and Workshops, Taught by 100+ Expert Instructors on Issues spanning four Tracks:
Continuing Education Credits available for AIA, AICP, ASLA, CLG, and MCLE
Tours and Special Events
Exclusive Tours and Events that Highlight Orange County’s Rich Architecture, Landscapes, and History:
Old Orange County Courthouse – Los Rios Historic District – Casa Romantica
Anaheim Citrus Packing House – Crystal Cove State Park
Helena Modjeska Historic House and Gardens – Old Towne Orange
Crystal Cathedral – Muckenthaler Cultural Center – Chapman University - and more!
Annual Silent and Live Auction
Buy something cool or donate an auction item while supporting a good cause! Items often include artwork, antiques, memorabilia, gift baskets, or gift certificates for restaurants, hotels, tours, museums, theater and much more.
Who Should Attend?
Preservationists, city and county planners, architects, landscape architects, community leaders, landmark and historic resource commissioners, historians, archeologists, educators, attorneys, realtors, students, historic property owners, Main Street coordinators, members of Certified Local Governments, developers, contractors, craftsmen, advocates of historic preservation, heritage travelers, and involved citizens.
Register Now for the 2013 California Preservation Conference, Study Tours, Special Events and More! Early Registration Ends March 15 Study Tours, Workshops, and Special Events will be open to the public on March 16 without registering for the entire conference! If you only want to register for a Study Tour, Workshop or Special Event download this registration form or call 415-495-0349 after March 15.
Wednesday, May 1 8:00 am–12:00 pm Registration Registration and Exhibitor Set-up 9:00 am–12:30 pm Study Tour Superstars and Silver Mines: Modjeska’s Canyon Paradise T 9:00 am–12:30 pm Study Tour Revitalizing Downtown Santa Ana: A Work in Progress T 9:00 am–12:30 pm Workshop Beyond the Building: Identifying, Documenting and Managing Non-Building Resource T 9:00 am–12:30 pm Workshop Hidden Details Make All the Difference: Flashing Windows in Historic Structures T 9:00 am–5:00 pm Study Tour Journey Through Time: South Orange County T 9:00 am–5:00 pm Forum Local Preservation Forum T 12:00–5:30 pm Registration Registration, Bookstore, Auction and Preservation Products & Practice Exhibit Hall 1:30–5:00 pm Study Tour A Day at the Beach! Crystal Cove State Park T 1:30–5:00 pm Study Tour Driving into the Recent Past: Eichler Homes & the Crystal Cathedral T 1:30–5:00 pm Workshop Demystifying the Past: Archaeology and Native American Consultation T 6:00 –7:30 pm Event Opening Reception at the Old Orange County Courthouse T 8:00–9:30 pm Event Emerging Professionals Mixer T Thursday, May 2 8:00 am–5:30 pm Registration Registration, Bookstore, Auction and Preservation Products & Practice Exhibit Hall 9:00–10:30 am Event Opening Plenary Session at Chapman University 11:00 am–12:30 pm Special Session Preserving Public Places as Historic Spaces 11:00 am–12:30 pm Special Session Preservation 101 12:45–1:45 pm Event Legislative Lunch at Crowne Plaza Anaheim Resort T 2:00–3:30 pm Session Behind the Orange Curtain-wall: Preserving Modern Architecture 2:00–3:30 pm Session Mix It Up!: Creative Methods to Engage the Public in Historic Preservation 2:00–5:15 pm Mobile Session Anaheim Citrus Packing House: Squeezing Adaptive Reuse from Historical Structures T 2:00–5:15 pm Mobile Session Destination Old Towne Orange: There’s More to this OC Icon than Meets the Eye! T 3:45–5:15 pm Session Sputtering about Sputniks: Evaluating Modern Resources 3:45–5:15 pm Session Heritage Conservation or Bust!: A Student's View 6:00–7: 30 pm Invitation Only President’s Circle Reception 7:30–10:30 pm Event Three-Minute Success Stories at Muckenthaler Cultural Center T Friday, May 3 8:00 am–7:00 pm Registration Registration, Bookstore, Auction and Preservation Products & Practice Exhibit Hall 9:00–10:30 am Session Aluminum, Linoleum, and Fiberboard, Oh My!: Conserving Modern Materials 9:00–10:30 am Session Challenges of Developing Historic Buildings for Exciting New Uses 9:00–10:30 am Session Destination Identification: Finding Treasures 9:00 am–12:15 pm Mobile Session Saving Historic Wintersburg: A Rare Nikkei Community in Orange County T 10:45 am–12:15 pm Session Modern Multiples Madness: Preserving Postwar Housing Developments 10:45 am–12:15 pm Session New Tools and Technology to Understand Old Buildings 10:45 am–12:15 pm Session Destination Implementation: Tools and Strategies for a Successful Trip 12:30–1:45 pm Event CPF Annual Membership Meeting at Crowne Plaza Anaheim Resort T 2:00–3:30 pm Session Design Roundtable: Process of Review 2:00–3:30 pm Session Destination Marketing: Making New Friends 2:00–3:30 pm Session Creative Approaches to Preservation Funding-Three Case Studies 2:00–5:15 pm Mobile Session I Heart the ‘70s: Exploring Irvine T 3:45–5:15 pm Session Historic Windows: Relative Merits of Replacement of Historic Windows 3:45–5:15 pm Session Destination Success: Heritage Tourism at the Local and Regional Scale 3:45–5:15 pm Session Significance Based on Intangible Cultural Values 5:15–7:30 pm Event Closing Auction and Reception T: denotes Ticketed Events, Tours, and Mobile Sessions
Conference Workshop, Session, Mobile Session, and Study Tour Speakers (as of 1/25/13) Antonio Aguilar, Historic Architect, National Park Service Carson Anderson, Senior Architectural Historican, ICF International Elizabeth Bagwell, Associate Archaeologist, Aspen Environmental Group Liz Bamattre, Dana Point Historical Society Robert Batemen, Staff Consultant, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Carey Baughman, Historical Resource Specialist, OC Parks Chris Bennett, Director of Development, LAB Holding, LLC Amanda Blosser, State Historian II, California Office of Historic Preservation Yvonne Boehm, Modjeska Historian, Tim Brandt, AIA; Architecture Review Supervisor, California Office of Historic Preservation Ilse Byrnes, San Juan Capistrano Historical Society Kevin Cabrera, Senior Tutor, Santa Ana Public Library Josh Callahan, Project Manager, Wilson Meany Robert Chattel, President, Historic Architect, Chattel, Inc. Phil Chinn, Heritage Orange County, Inc. Robert Clocker, Senior Associate, Perkins + Will David Cocke, President, Structural Focus Rita Cofield, Student, USC Jay Correia, State Historian III, Registration Unit, California Office of Historic Preservation Amy Crain, State Historian II, California Office of Historic Preservation Susan Deering, Author- Silverado History Book, Bill Essert, President, Wooden Window Adrian Fine, Director of Advocacy, Los Angeles Conservancy Michele Fischer, Administrative Assistant, Leonis Adobe Museum Brad Flynt, Historical Resource Specialist, OC Parks Kathleen Forrest, Historian, Office of Historic Preservation Kari Fowler, Senior Preservation Planner, Historic Resources Group (HRG) Marlise Fratinardo, Project Consultant, Andrea Galvin, President, Galvin Preservation Associates Inc. Michael Garavaglia, President, Garavaglia Architecture Inc. Thomas Gates, Ethnographer, Preservation Management Services Sam Gennawey, K, P & A Erin Gettis, Historic Preservation Director, City of Riverside Lambert Giessinger, AIA; Historic Preservation Architect, LA Dept. City Planning, Office of Historic Resources Sarah Gilbert, student, interior designer, USC Jeannie Gillett, President, The Old Orchard Conservancy Donna Graves, Director, Preserving California's Japantown's Christopher Gray, Director, Business Development, Mollenhauer Group Peyton Hall, FAIA, Historic Resources Group Bonnie Hall, Vice President, Development, Philharmonic Society of Orange County Art Hansen, Professor Emeritus, CSU-Fullerton Daniel Herrick, Student, USC Alan Hess, Architect and Author Katie Horak, Senior Associate, Architectural Resources Group Kristopher Houger, Branch Manager, Western Waterproofing Mark Huck, Restoration Architect, California Office of Historic Preservation Barbara Johannes, Dana Point Historical Society Kevin Johnson, Planner, City of Pasadena Diane Kane, Trustee, California Preservation Foundation Lisa Kim, Economic Development Manager, City of Orange Community Dev. Dept. Shannon Lauchner, State Historian II, California Office of Historic Preservation Janelle Leafbland, Senior Staff II, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Blythe Liles, District Interpretive Coordinator, California State Parks Annie Lo, McGinnis Chen Reuben Lombardo, Estimator, Spectra Company John Loomis, Thirtieth Street Architects, Inc Taylor Louden, Historical Architect, Modern Historic Architecture Leo Marmol, Managing Principal, Marmol-Radziner Architects Laurie Matthews, Consultant, MIG Sue McIntire, Historic Resource Manager, OC Parks Kelly Sutherlin McLeod, President, Kelly Sutherlin McLeod Architecture David Meyerson, Project Manager, San Francisco Public Utility Commission Leslie Mouriquand, Archaeologist, Rob Neal, Hager Pacific Properties Marie Nelson, State Historian II, Survey Coordinator, California Office of Historic Preservation Kyle Normandin, Sr. Project Specialist, Getty Conservation Institute Kris Olsen, Assoc. VP of Facilities Management & Campus Planning, Chapman University Gail Ostergren, Research Associate, Getty Conservation Institute Christina Parker, Senior Staff II, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Daniel Paul, Architectural Historian, ICF Jones and Stokes Jim Pechous, City Planner, City of San Clemente Anna Pehoushek, AICP, Principal Planner, Comprehensive & Advance Planning Section, City of Orange Community Dev. Dept. Julianne Polanco, Director; Cultural Resources, Member, State Historical Resources Commission, Lend-Lease Stefanos Polyzoides, Partner, Moule & Polyzoides Leason Pomeroy, Owner/Principal, Scott Pons, Project Manager, Spectra Company Nicole Possert, Principal, Arroyo Guild Shaheen Sadeghi, Founder, LAB Holding, LLC Linda Sadeghi, Co-Owner, LAB Holding, LLC Rosalind Sagara, student, USC Trudi Sandmeier, Director, Graduate Programs in Heritage Conservation, USC School of Architecture Jenan Saunders, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, California Office of Historic Preservation Susan Secoy-Jensen, Owner/Principal, Secoy Architects Dennis Shaffer, Historical Resource Specialist, OC Parks Elisa Skaggs, Associate, Page + Turnbull Hally Soboleske, Associate Planner, City of Santa Ana Nick Spain, Board Member, The Old Orchard Conservancy Kevin Staniec, Program Officer, Great Park Linda Taira, Corridor & Special Studies Branch Chief, Caltrans, District 7 Mary Urashima, President, Historic Wintersburg Preservation Task Force Becky Urbano, Preservation Services Manager, Garavaglia Architecture Inc. Max van Balgooy, President, Engaging Places, LLC Karin Vardaman, Maritime Director, Ocean Institute Zoot Velasco, Executive Director, Muckenthaler Cultural Center Octavia Vlagea, Senior Staff II, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Chris Wasney, Principal, Cody Anderson Wasney Architects Alan White, Geospatial Engineering Consultant, GB Geotechnics USA Jack Williams, Owner, John Williams Architect Jim Wilson, Architect, Thirtieth Street Architects Nore' Winter, President, Winter & Company Lucinda Woodward, State Historian III, Local Government Unit, California Office of Historic Preservation Joe Woollett, Woollett Architecture Margarita Wuellner, Principal Architectural Historian, PCR Services Corporation