Is using salvaged building materials a viable option for residential additions and remodels? Join the Small Firm Forum on May 6, 2010 from Noon to 1:30pm for a case study presentation and round table discussion. The team consisting of the architect, owner and contractor from a recently completed 500 SF addition with kitchen remodel in Alameda will present their experiences finding and using salvaged materials. They'll discuss possible sources for salvaged materials, identify categories of materials and comment on materials that worked well and those that didn't . A round table discussion will follow the presentation to share experiences, tips and comments on the viability of salvaged materials.
The speaking team consists of:
The Architect, Maggie Maiers, AIA who has specialized in residential additions and remodels for 24 years.
The client and homeowner, Mark Manes, a tug boat caption from Richmond motivated to use salvaged materials to reduce the cost of the addition/remodel.
The General Contractor, Tom Shafer, who has specialized in residential construction for new homes, additions and remodels in California and Colorado for 30 years.
Small Firm Forum: Salvaged Building Materials
Is using salvaged materials a viable option for residential additions and remodels? Hear the team from a recently completed project discuss the pros and cons.
Time: Noon - 1:30pm
Location: AIA East Bay Chapter Office, 1405 Clay Street, Oakland.
Contact: 510/464-3600 or Doug Coe
Cost: Free for AIA members; $3 for non-members. Please RSVP.
1.5 CES LUs
For more information: 510/464-3600