JOIN BONNEVILLE EBB & UTAH ASHRAE FOR AN EDUCATIONAL EVENT FRIDAY OCTOBER 6th, 2017 

 CHALLENGES, CONSIDERATIONS, DESIGN & TOUR OF THE HALE CENTRE PERFORMING ARTS THEATRE

 Schedule:

11:30-12:30 Lunch

12:30-1:30 Architectural Design and Challenges of the Hale Centre Theatre” Lyle Beecher *Centennial Ballroom

1:30-2:30 “Mechanical Challenges and Considerations of the Hale Centre Performing Arts Theater” Lance Smith

*Centennial Ballroom

2:30-4:00 “Walk to Theater & Tour”

Lyle, Lance and Jared Adamson, Project Manager, Layton Construction, will guide us on a tour of the theater.  The theater is will be nearing its scheduled completion date of November 2017.

 

This Event will take place at The

HILTON GARDEN INN – SANDY, UT

277 West Sego Lily Drive

sandy, utah 84070

Phone: (801) 352-9400

Featuring Speakers:

 

Lyle Beecher, AIA, Beecher Walker Architects

Lyle earned his Master of Architecture at the University of Michigan in 1992. He serves on several advisory Boards including the U of U Hospital Administration Board, the Hale Centre Theatre Board and is an Honorary Colonel with the Sandy City Police.  Lyle’s project experience includes The Loveland Living Planet Aquarium and the LDS Business College Addition.

 

Lance Smith, Project Manager, Van Boerum & Frank Associates, Inc. 

Lance has been designing mechanical systems for 17 years and has been integral to the design of three recent performing arts centers in Salt Lake, The Ballet West Capitol Theater, Utah Performing Arts Center and the George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Theater.

RSVP Required – Send by Tuesday, October 2nd to:shelleylester@sisna.com (shelleylester null@null sisna NULL.com)

 

There will be no charge for Utah ASHRAE members to attend.  For those who are not current members of Utah ASHRAE the cost is $35.

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