November 13, 2019
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ULI Construction Update: How technology is transforming construction, design and development
Labor-intensive and wasteful of building materials, construction technology has barely changed in the U.S. since World War II. With rapidly rising costs threatening both pro formas and general affordability, developers, architects and builders are responding with innovations. Has the time finally come for computer-customized, factory-built homes and commercial buildings? Will manufactured cross-laminated timber (CLT) replace steel framing with greater efficiencies and more sustainable solutions? Come learn from the leaders and network in one of Denver’s newest venues for factory-built homes.
Wednesday, November 20, 5-7 PM (optional pre-program tours start at 3:30 pm and 4 pm) Simple Homes factory – 5151 Bannock St. (Building H), Colorado Trade Center, Denver
Thursday, December 12, 3:30 – 8 pm
Historic Evans School, 1115 Acoma St., Denver
ULI’s mission is to create compact communities that are walkable, transit-friendly, and conserving of our landscapes and natural resources. However, density has become a bad word in many neighborhoods and communities, where residents fret about traffic and loss of character. What are the pros and cons of dense urban infill? The consequences of slow-growth policies? Our panel will present diverse viewpoints in a lively debate format moderated by Ed Sealover of Denver Business Journal.
After the program, we’ll have an end of year holiday celebration with live music, appetizers, bar, and a closer look at the historic and long-shuttered Evans School, a 1904 historic gem soon to be revived with new uses. Festive attire and guests encouraged with additional registration!
Thursday, January 16, 7:30 – 10 am
Hilton Denver City Center, 1701 California St., Denver
Denver and Colorado continue to rank highly in ULI/PWC’s annual global survey of investment trends in real estate. But the experts think that headwinds may be gathering force as the era of easy money and low interest rates begins to transition. Will you and your business be ready? Join ULI Colorado for information and networking at this annual breakfast – always one of our biggest and best events. AIA, AICP, and Colorado Real Estate Commission continuing education credits will be offered. Full breakfast included!