August 25 / Crocus City Hall

Conference on Architecture and Construction

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About the conference

5
Days of useful
communication
12
Unique
speakers
35
Hours
of lectures
Presentations on trends and materials in construction, quality control and real estate valuation are waiting for you. Speakers will answer all your questions using examples from practice,

Who will be interested

Architects
Construction specialists
Heads of construction companies
Specialists of appraisal and insurance companies
For professionals and novice specialists

Five days — topics on architecture and construction, invited speakers, photo shoots and communication. A powerful flow of information and personal experience.

At the conference you will receive:

New trends and fresh ideas in architecture design. Expert opinion on their application. You will learn about new products in building materials, as well as characteristics and signs that affect the quality of materials. You will learn the managerial and technical features for the safe construction of buildings, the principles of quality control and the responsibilities of the developer.
Program
Start time
Subject
Speaker
End of lecture
10:00
Modern styles of architecture
Maria Peterson
10:50
11:00
Reconstruction of old buildings
David Turner
12:10
13:15
Coffee break
14:10
14:10
The image of the architecture of the future
Thomas Brown
15:00
15:30
Communication
17:00
Start time
Subject
Speaker
End of lecture
10:00
Technologies of modern composite binders
David Turner
10:50
11:05
Coffee break
12:05
12:10
Modern multifunctional building materials
Edward Bailey
13:00
13:00
Coffee break
14:00
14:10
Modern building systems
Debra Smith
17:00
Start time
Subject
Speaker
End of lecture
10:00
Environmental requirements for building materials, structures and equipment
Anne Maes
10:50
11:05
Nature protection in an architectural project
Chandra Gaonkar
12:05
12:10
Coffee break
13:00
13:00
Risk assessment of environmental hazards
Mia Taylor
14:00
14:10
Communication
17:00
Start time
Subject
Speaker
End of lecture
10:00
Author's supervision of construction
Patrick Wilson
11:10
11:10
Coffee break
12:10
12:15
Construction and technical expertise
Sophie Miller
13:05
13:20
Standards for the quality of construction
Maxim Isaev
14:10
15:00
Communication
17:00
Start time
Subject
Speaker
End of lecture
10:00
Real estate valuation
Olivia Foster
10:55
11:10
Valuation of the land plot
Edward Bailey
12:00
12:00
Coffee break
13:00
13:05
Types of transactions and processing of transaction data
Charlie Clark
14:00
15:00
Special Guest Stars and Closing Ceremony
20:00

Specially invited guests

Maria Peterson
The architect, worked on many projects of commercial buildings and park buildings in Europe, runs a blog for aspiring architects
Gary Evans
Head of the Department of Automation and mechanization of production processes, participated in the design and construction of non-residential buildings in Germany
Patrick Wilson
Head of the quality control department, under his control, more than ten residential complexes were built in America
Maria Peterson
Head of the quality control department, under his control, more than ten residential complexes were built in America
Mia Taylor
Specialist in environmental safety, participated in the development of regulations for construction projects
Katy Smith
Designer of 3D visualizations, participated in the design of residential complexes, park areas and interiors in America
Chandra Gaonkar
The head of a real estate agency, with more than 10 years of experience, manages one of the best real estate agencies in India
Sophie Miller
A specialist in the evaluation of commercial real estate and land plots with more than 20 years of experience, has helped more than 120 companies to evaluate objects qualitatively in transactions
Olivia Foster
Chief civil engineer, has been working for a construction company for more than 30 years, participated in the development of standards for modern building materials
David Turner
Specialist of construction works, participates in the construction of residential and commercial facilities, selection of high-quality materials, maintains a blog about construction
Jessica Turner
Consultant in the field of investment project management, helped more than 20 businessmen to invest money in commercial real estate and residential complexes
Thomas Brown
The owner of a construction company, has successfully built more than 100 residential complexes in Europe since 2007 and has been conducting online training for the development of the construction business

Projects in which the speakers participated

Mostoles, Madrid
Hospital Universitario Rey Juan Carlos
This new hospital model is configured in three basic elements: efficiency, light and silence. The best about hospital architecture and the best in residential architecture. Conceptually, the new hospital is arranged on base that gives structure to the health care units, outpatient diagnosis and treatment. Structured in three modules or parallel buildings that reflect the best hospital main structures: flexibility, expansion, functional clarity and horizontal circulations.
Basel, Switzerland
Messe Basel
Basel is considered Switzerland’s most important exhibition and congress center and certainly one of the most important in Europe. The opening of the newly created exhibition center by the Herzog & de Meuron architects in 2013, therefore, met with a great echo. The various buildings of this magnificent structure can be viewed on a guided public tour of the exhibition center. And of course, the tour provides in-depth views of the construction type, technical aspects, possible use of the various halls - and, last but not least, the most impressive architectonic visitors card that the building presents to the city of Basel.
Siviglia, Spain
Metropol Parasol
Standing in the Plaza de la Encarnación is Metropol Parasol, also known as the 'mushrooms of Seville' ('Las Setas de Sevilla'). This building, which opened in 2011, was designed by the German architect Jürgen Mayer, who won a design competition to revitalise the square. It is the largest wooden construction in the world (150 x 70 meters and 26 meters in height). Mayer won the competition partly thanks to the way he integrated the remains of a Roman colony into his building. People originally wanted to build a parking lot here, but that idea was abandoned when these Roman remains were discovered.
Mexico, Mexico City
Museo Soumaya
The 150-foot tall structure rises at the heart of a new cultural and commercial district, Plaza Carso, also planned and designed by FR-EE. The museum’s form, a rotated rhomboid supported by 28 curved steel columns of varying size and shapes, is clad in a skin of 16,000 hexagonal mirrored-steel elements which reference the traditional colonial ceramic-tiled building facades and gives the museum a diverse appearance depending on the weather, time of day and the viewer’s vantage point, while optimizing the preservation and durability of the entire building. A seven-ring structural system creates cantilevers on multiple sides and stabilizes the museum’s continuous six-level promenade of exhibition, presentation and gathering space.
Nuevo Polanco, Mexico City
Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology
The Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology (MAAT) is a project of the EDP Foundation. It is spread over two neighboring buildings - Portugal’s first power station and a modern construction by British architect Amanda Levete. It has almost 3000 square meters for exhibitions and events, and was initially directed by the former curator of contemporary architecture of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, Pedro Gadanho, who, when the museum opened, said that it was unique in the world since no other crosses the disciplines of art, architecture, and technology. It presents the relationship between art and new technologies through contemporary and international exhibitions.

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