Upcoming Events

May 2, 2017 4:00pm / SGH Chicago

Repair + Rehabilitation Deep Dives: 2017 Evening Series

Repair and rehabilitation projects for existing buildings pose many unique challenges. This evening seminar series will give a comprehensive look at specific material investigations and remediation options for these projects.
May 16, 2017 4:30pm / SGH San Francisco

Floor Failures and Repair Strategies

Speaker(s): Justin deWolfe
Changes in building code requirements, VOC regulations, and the construction industry have introduced new challenges to the flooring industry. This presentation will explore the causes of flooring failures and describe strategies for repair.
May 18, 2017 4:00pm / SGH DC

Vertical Expansion: Where New Meets Existing

Speaker(s): Gillian Love
In areas of dense development, vertical expansions can add valuable space to existing buildings but sometimes involve structural strengthening. Join us as we discuss applicable building code provisions, structural assessment methods, and design strategies for these projects.
May 18, 2017 5:30pm / SGH Boston

Part 4 of 4: Panel – Now What? A Discussion on Preparing for Climate Change Impacts

Speaker(s): Susan Knack-Brown, Casey Stevenson, Jill Allen Dixon, Randa Ghattas
Successfully addressing the impacts of climate change on our built environment will require the efforts of both individuals and communities. Join a discussion looking at individual and community strategies to strengthen our existing buildings and infrastructure against these impacts.
May 24, 2017 5:30pm / SGH New York

Digital Disruption and the Future of Building Design

Speaker(s): Paul Kassabian, Dimitri Papagiannakis, Andrea Steele
We are in an age of change in the AEC industry, as benefits from the digital disruption of the software world enter hardware and construction. This panel will discuss the advantages and challenges of improved methods for design, coordination, fabrication, and construction.
June 20, 2017 5:30pm / Atlantic Wharf, Boston

Structural Design at SGH: 2017 Summer Seminar Series

Project teams incorporate innovative structural design to overcome challenges for new and existing buildings. Join us this summer as we explore structural design examples ranging from an abandoned asylum to cutting-edge university and worship spaces.