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Design for Security
Time: 1:00-4:00 pm
Location: AIA Connecticut, 370 James, Suite 402, New Haven, CT
CE Units: 3 HSW hours
Description: Presented by the AIA Connecticut Education Committee and generously sponsored by Assa Abloy.
With today’s concern and emphasis on security, designers are challenged to provide their clients with the latest and most effective security elements, without resulting in structures that look like bunkers.
Join us for a presentation by two experts in the field to find out how you can incorporate security elements without massive barriers that make your buildings look over fortified. This program can help with both large and small projects.
In it, you will learn:
• How to provide design for secure buildings that are open and inviting.
• What materials are best suited to achieving your ends.
• How and when to conduct a security assessment/audit and how it can help you in your design.
Philip Santore is Senior Principal at Ducibella Venter & Santore (DVS) Security Consulting and Engineering, Hamden. DVS is one of the oldest independent security consulting and engineering companies in the country. It provides security assessment of existing and new facilities and develops protection and comprehensive security programs. Its clients include the new World Trade Center, Madison Square Garden, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the New York Water Supply.
Brian Humes, AIA, is a founding partner in the firm of Jacunski Humes Architects, LLC, Berlin. Mr. Humes has over 25 years of experience in the design and construction of municipal Public Safety facilities and has consulted with national and governmental organizations on security issues related to design. He has conducted seminars on both public safety facility design and security design. Brian also holds current membership in national, regional and local chiefs of police associations.
Cost AIA, Senior Associate AIA, Affiliate or allied organization member: $60
Cost Associate AIA/Intern Architect member, Architecture Student: $25
Cost Non Member: $120