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ROCKCON

Description

Join us for the 2019 RockCon Built Environment Expo & Conference! ASID, IIDA, IFMA, NEWH, NKBA, and WiD have joined forces to make RockCon an inclusive built environment based tradeshow. We believe that the more Interior Designers can find common ground, the stronger we can make our profession. There will be nearly 150 exhibitors displaying their newest and best products.

The Expo begins at 10:00am and ends at 5:30pm, with a Networking Happy Hour from 5:30pm-7:00pm.

Additionally, we will be offering (12) CEUs across three time slots with residential, commercial, and facilities focused courses, in addition to general professional development and sustainability.

We sincerely hope that you will join us for a full day at RockCon!

CEU Descriptions & Times:


Time: 9:30a - 10:30a | 4 CE Courses

LEARN TO RECESSION PROOF YOUR BUSINESS
Presenter: Home Advisor
Self-Report Credit

Do you wonder how your business will fare in the next big market fluctuation? When you listen to the news today, there’s a lot of talk about an impending recession or market crash. It’s enough to make anyone concerned about the future. But it’s especially daunting for business owners. Join us to learn about practical tips to safeguard your business.

NEXT GENERATION GREEN BUILDING CLASS DETAIL
Presenter: Tarkett
AIA | IDCEC

This presentation will cover trends that are influencing the green building movement and what that will mean for the NEXT generation of projects. We’ll review new tools to help you evaluate material health and the rating systems that are using them. We’ll also discuss design strategies to create actively beneficial spaces for learning, working, healing, and living.

UNDERSTANDING CCT AND COLOR METRICS FOR LIGHTING
Presenter: The MH Companies
AIA - HSW

How to accurately measure and quantifying correlated color temperature and color rendering has been a topic of discussion for decades. The new TM-30-15 method from the IES addresses many of the shortcomings of the old single metric CRI system. In the past, several other metrics were investigated and implemented with limited results. Now TM-30 applies the latest in color science and measurement techniques and features both numeric and graphic outputs that help better interpret the results in real-world applications.

THE BETTER AND BRIGHTER FUTURE OF WORKPLACE TECHNOLOGY
Presenter: Whitlock
Self-Report Credit

There are so many diverse audio and video solutions in the industry, and the technology is changing so fast; how does a facilities manager make the best decisions, and bring solutions to their work environment? This presentation will provide an overview of the current and future trends in A/V workplace technology, as well as key aspects to consider when selecting an integrated platform.

Time: 12:00p - 1:00p | 4 CE Courses **Includes Lunch**

COLOR NARRATIVE
Presenter: Hallmark Building Supplies
IDCEC

The "What's" and "Why's" of emerging color, design, and pattern. During this presentation, we will engage in the forecasting process, learn key directions in color and design, understand the drivers and inspirations to establish your directions, and lastly, apply the narratives to your designs and client interactions.

WHY THE OUTSIDE IS IN
Presenter: Tonik
IDCEC

We all instinctively understand the powerful connection between humans and mother-nature. When we think of a relaxing place, most of us think of a beach, a mountain-top, a garden - some-where serene and outdoors. There is power in being connected to our surroundings and this is enhanced through the power of great design in the built exterior environment.

WHY PIGMENTS MATTER
Presenter: Benjamin Moore
AIA | IDCEC

Pigments serve many functions in paint other than supplying color. This course will explore how color choices affect the appearance and performance of architectural paints. We will discuss the types of pigments used in architectural paints. How paint is tinted, and how pigments and colorants influence factors such as hide, gloss, fading, durability, and price.

ESSENTIAL WORKPLACE COLLABORATIONS
Presenter: Human Resources Leader, Facility Manager & Workplace Designer
Self-Report Credit

Mike Petrusky of the Workplace Innovator Podcast will conduct a livestream presentation on the benefits and importance of collaborating with key stakeholders in the built environment. His panel will include a Human Resources Leader, Facility Manager, and Workplace Designer.

Time:2:30p - 3:30p | 4 CE Courses

FLORENCE KNOLL: DEFINING MODERN
Presenter: Knoll
AIA | IDCEC

As an architect, interior space planner and furniture designer, the commitment Florence Knoll made to design excellence, in everything, resonates clearly. This program is an illustrative discussion of Florence Knoll’s contribution to interior design in the context of her landmark 2005 exhibition for the Philadelphia Museum of Art. This exhibition has been traveling to college art galleries throughout 2007, 2008, and 2009.

NEW METRICS OF PLACE
Presenter: Herman Miller
AIA | IDCEC

Traditional workplaces don’t support the way people actually work today. To find out what kind of workplace designs do, Herman Miller is studying progressive work environments around the world. This CEU summarizes the findings of that research so far, including six emerging patterns of use and associated metrics that organizations can draw on to create, measure, and manage high-performing work environments that empower people to do their best work.

PRIVACY: RE-BALANCING THE OFFICE
Presenter: LOFTwall
IDCEC | GBCI | EDAC

The open office revolution has gone too far, and now the revolution needs a revolution. This course will delve into the history of the last 70 years of office design, how we got to this place in time, and what steps designers can take to understanding the science behind privacy. If you’ve ever wondered how to inspire and motivate the next generation of the workforce and are desperate to find a way to get their headphones of and their collaboration skills “on,” then this course was made for you.

SOLVING COLD CASE DIAGNOSIS
Presenter: Building Commissioning Association
Self-Report Credit

Most every building has HVAC issues, some likely go back to when your building started operations. Indoor climate control is the number one complaint among employees. During this course you will learn about the facility commissioning process and know when and how to self-diagnose an HVAC mechanical concern, and when to seek additional expertise to bring long term solutions to your facility.