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Q2 Stadium & St. David’s Performance

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Nexus East

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Q2 STADIUM & ST. DAVID’S

PERFORMANCE CENTER:

CELEBRATING THE LOVE

OF THE GAME AND

COMMUNITY

By Jonathan Emmett, Gensler

This spring, Austinites will officially welcome its’ first

major league team, Austin FC, and come together to

cheer them on at the new stadium and surrounding

parks. Q2 Stadium, which can host 20,500 fans on game

day, creates a world-class experience for all who visit,

capitalizing on its natural landscape, the City’s cultural

heritage and tech-forward growth. The stadium is a 365-

day destination, encouraging fans and guests to interact

in an environment that supports living, working and

recreation.

The Ultimate Fan Experience

Before and after matches, fans can come together in the

multiple, landscaped outdoor spaces which surround the

stadium, including an outdoor amphitheater and stage

for live music. One of the many clubs inside Q2 Stadium

opens to the exterior, with outdoor terraces overlooking

the amphitheater.

Other amenities include a beer hall that will be open

before, during and after matches, featuring local food

and beverage offerings, as well as large video screens for

watch parties and pre- and post-game entertainment.

The Verde Store, Austin FC’s open year-round retail store,

offers customizable jerseys and unique team apparel for

every fan to personalize and show off their team spirit.

The store will also feature team-branded merchandise

from YETI, the Club’s official jersey partner.

With a steep and intimate seating bowl, the venue

ensures a great view of the action from every seat. Each

side of the venue offers unique viewing experiences,

including the Supporters Section in the south end. This

area holds almost 4,000 of the most ardent fans, who will

lead the crowd in songs and chants from this standingroom

only section. Open concourses and other standing

areas allow fans to move around the venue and socialize,

or visit local food vendors while keeping a close eye on

the action.

On game days, VIP guests enjoy diverse premium

experiences like no other. Air-conditioned clubs and

suites offer some of the best and closest views of the

action, as well as locally-inspired food and beverages.

The character of each space provides authentically Austin

experiences for both gameday and for hosting private

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events year-round. The exclusive Q2 Field Club comes

with VIP seating only feet away from the pitch and a clear

view of the players as they walk onto the field.

Throughout Q2 Stadium, measures have been put in

place to ensure an optimum environment for fans, staff

and players. For example, many of the amenities have

been designed with touchless controls, and, cashless

food and beverage sales will be available throughout Q2

Stadium.

Technology as a Top Amenity

Technology is a prime feature throughout the venue

and site. The large video board, LED ribbon boards

and distributed sound system offer fans a true allencompassing

experience. In addition, they will benefit

from premium connectivity at the stadium via a neutralhost

cellular distributed antenna system (DAS) and

Wi-Fi 6 networks, the latest generation of Wi-Fi. The

DAS system enables multi-carrier coverage and will

accommodate 5G upgrades, when available. Fans can

also access next-generation hotspot technology.

A Place for Community and Connection

The 24-acre site for Q2 Stadium is designed as a hub for

the surrounding neighborhood. Taking inspiration from

Austin’s outdoor culture, the stadium is surrounded by

large open spaces that will be open to the neighborhood

on non-game days. These spaces will be used by the

community to host a range of activities. As such, the

stadium doubles as a 365-day venue for the community

as a place of connection and recreation. The recent

funding of Project Connect will provide an onsite metro


station, that will bring fans to the stadium on game day

and serve as a catalyst for surrounding transit-oriented

development.

Sustainability at the Core

Austin FC and the design team worked closely with the

City of Austin to ensure sustainable design elements are

incorporated and expressed throughout the venue and

site. These include indoor water use reduction; enhanced

site water quality and rainwater management features, as

well as optimal energy performance.

The incorporation of flexible outdoor open-area and

minimal-conditioned spaces promote a connection to

nature throughout the year and optimize fan comfort.

The large roof canopy, which covers the entire seating

bowl, protects fans from rainfall and keeps the seats

shaded for much of the day– a must when temperatures

reach triple digits. Additionally, the stadium was oriented

to pull in breezes aided by open corners, an open-air

concourse, and breathable mesh fabric seats, the most of

any major league sports venue worldwide, which all help

keep the lower bowl cool for the comfort of the players

and fans.

A New Kind of Training Facility

St. David’s Performance Center is a 30,000 sf, state-ofthe-art

facility, offering professional and academy players

access to top-notch sports medicine and training. The

facility features three full-sized soccer pitches and one

half-sized pitch, including a community field with seating

for 1,000 spectators. The community field is available as

a public amenity as part of the larger effort to leverage

soccer as a positive influence for the neighborhood and

in support of youth wellness. St. David’s Performance

Center creates an anchor for the Parmer Pond Complex, a

23-acre recreation, office and entertainment district.

Jonathan Emmett is a Principal and Design Director at Gensler. His expertise lies

in designing sports venues and training facilities, combining his extensive technical

knowledge of these projects with his passion for great design, to create exceptional

spaces for all major sports leagues. These projects include Lincoln Financial Field,

home of the Philadelphia Eagles, Staples Center, and Toronto FC’s BMO Field.

He has also worked on a number of prominent international projects including

the technologically- innovative Saitama Super Arena in Japan and Perth Arena in

Australia. Jonathan recently directed the design vision for the Dallas Cowboys

World Headquarters and training facility, LAFC’s Banc of California Stadium, and

the interior design for Chase Center, home of the Golden State Warriors.

Austin FC is targeting a minimum of LEED Silver

Certification for the venue.

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Nexus East

By: Britt Design Group

Photos by: Matt Batista

Prominent commercial and residential interior design

firm, Britt Design Group (www.brittdesigngroup.com)

is behind the interior design of some of Austin’s most

well-known public spaces and multi-family developments

like Citadel at Tech Ridge, The Grove, The Astonian,

Indeed Tower and more. Recently completed by Laura

Britt and her team is Nexus East, a 351 unit multifamily

community located at 720 Airport Blvd in Austin, by

Ardent Developers.

Britt Design Group collaborated with architect Davies

Collaborative, builder Oden Hughes, LLC and landscape

architect Benkendorfer + Associates on the 375,000

square foot complex touted as a next-generation

community featuring amenities for today’s “work fromhome

lifestyle.”

Laura Britt and her team designed all of the expansive

common areas of Nexus East including the lobby,

leasing center, club area, business center, 2,504 square

foot fitness center, roof top clubhouse and deck, pool

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One of the highlights of the complex is the 2,529 square

foot, state-of-the-art business center which caters to the

growing trend and popularity of a work from home/ coworking

environment.

The business center and co-working spaces are loaded

with amenities and features for residents to comfortably

and efficiently WFH. This includes private offices, private

phone rooms, conference rooms, open workspace,

and lounge seating. The wide palette of workspace

gives residents everything they need to conduct work

from Nexus without needing to leave the premises.

Conference rooms provide access to TV’s that can be

used for presentations or video meetings. The overall

palette of the business center is neutral with pops of

red, yellow, teal and a mix patterns with movement

throughout to enhance the energy in the space.

Another highlight is the first level clubhouse. Laura and

her team designed the area with a modern industrial vibe

-- giving a nod towards the tech community in the area.

The use of corrugated metal, tile, and hardwood in the

finish-out contrasts nicely against the warm leathers and

soft velvets used in the furnishings. Dark solids, vibrant

patterns, and large light fixtures ground the various

spaces. The café area offers plenty of space for large

gatherings or individual seating. The club house is fully

equipped including a kitchen and bar area and is able

to accommodate any type of event, large or small. The

stylish lounge is perfect for watching a sporting event


or an intimate place to hang out. The pool table and

shuffleboard liven up the space, making the clubhouse a

laid-back and welcoming environment.

The roof top club gives residents a secondary space to

lounge, dine, or work. With a smaller footprint, it has a

more intimate feel. The community table and lounge are

grounded by light fixtures hanging from the warm wood,

pitched ceiling. The white subway tile used throughout

the project and mix of dark and bright furniture elements

continue out to the roof deck. The large island and grilling

area give residents the opportunity to grill out and relax

in the laid-back atmosphere. The lounge is flexible,

allowing residents to move seating to accommodate

their party.

The property offers various other touch-down locations

for residents to utilize, including the lobby and

mezzanine. Both offering comfortable seating and a

warm, welcoming atmosphere. The pool and secondary

courtyards give residents opportunities to lounge, swim,

and grill out while enjoying the Texas sun. The large

courtyards offer plenty of space to enjoy the outdoors

while on the property. The fitness center features a fun,

energizing carpet throughout with double height ceilings

and a mezzanine level; maximizing the overall space and

giving residents a high-end workout experience.

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The City of Austin Permitting and Development Center

(PDC) is a striking campus designed to attract, retain, and

inspire top talent — including the many millennials now

entering the workforce — and to serve the customers

and citizens of Austin more effectively and conveniently.

The building promotes information sharing and increases

the interaction between departments to better serve the

Austin community. The large flow of daily visitors will

benefit from an approachability and convenience not

normally associated with civic departments.

Centrally located within the city, the PDC is housed in

a new, four-story office building on a 5.1 acre site in

the revitalized Highland Mall neighborhood, also home

to Austin Community College. The neighborhood is

comprised of residential buildings, entertainment and

food and beverage options all within walking, biking

or a short driving distance. The user experience of the

building is characterized by its embrace of the outdoors

with large windows to draw in natural light, a rooftop

deck space and open, inviting public spaces.

Design Driver: The Customer Experience

The City of Austin had a simple request for the

Gensler design team: create an exceptional customer

experience. Previously, all the PDC departments

were dispersed throughout several facilities or

located on different floors. This separation hindered

interdepartmental collaboration and communication,

resulting in a high level of customer dissatisfaction.

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SF building, establishing a greater cohesion and increased

resource sharing between them. This strategy created

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The variety of public spaces in the PDC is based on

the idea of a multi-level service model and one-onone

meetings that serve as a single, inclusive response

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to customer concerns. This model was extended to

promote self-service, assistance and guidance through

informal meetings, in addition to those with departments

personnel. The large floor plates allowed for a single

ground floor customer experience and also foster a

greater variety of meeting spaces, seating areas, outdoors

spaces, which created a facility able to accommodate

both City employees and customers’ needs.

Modernizing the Workplace

PDC employees also needed a more efficient and

upgraded workplace to not only help facilitate day-today

tasks, but also attract and retain the next generation

of talent. The design team began by standardizing all

the workstations, which will allow departments to easily

expand or relocate without new construction or having to

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meeting rooms, libraries and focus rooms, the design

improves efficiencies, augments future departmental

re-organizations and reduces the need for extensive

interior work. This approach contributes to the long term

sustainable goals of the project by reducing material

waste over time and extending reuse strategies to space

reorganization.

Move Toward Greater Sustainability & Wellness

Various aspects of the PDC building encourage

sustainability and wellness. One highlight of the facility is

a blackwater system – among the first in the city. Nestled

in native vegetation, the system allows for the reuse of

wastewater for flushing of toilets within the building.

The facility can also reclaim water from rainwater and

condensate for landscaping purposes, which significantly

reduces water use. Both systems contribute to the PDC’s

sustainability goals, which include diverse and walkable

communities, site specific climate and hydrology design,

access to public transportation, bicycle routes and access,

greenfield protection and habitat restoration.

Other sustainable design elements in the PDC include

advanced energy metering, certified wood, heat island

reduction, green energy, indoor air quality, light

pollution reduction and natural light promotion and

control, low volatile organic compound (VOC) emitting

materials, sound reduction and thermal comfort. The

PDC is also designed to promote water quality, waste

management and the implantation of the whole building

life cycle assessment to better track its energy use and

environmental impact.

The abundance of natural light throughout the building,

views to the outdoors, 100% of workstations being sitstand

with fully adjustable seats, LED lighting, healthy

food options, all further enhance and contribute to an

environment that supports employee wellbeing.

To further emphasize access and convenience for

employees and customers, the PDC has a new onsite

parking garage, located next to the building. In addition

to the 969 parking spaces, the garage features 16 electric

vehicles charging stations and provisions to install up to

80 more. Employees can also take advantage of a secure

bicycle storage and repair shop, the employee fitness

center and a future retail and community space, which

further contribute to the community and wellness goals

of the development.

Finally, the City wanted the PDC to function as a

paperless division, a need further accelerated by the

pandemic. As a result, the PDC’s design of consolidating

all the departments into one building will lower paper

usage and encourages the implementation of more digital

processes.

In recognition of the building’s resilient design strategies,

the PDC is currently expecting to receive WELL Silver

and Austin Energy Green Building 4-Star certifications.

While the project’s goals were driven by streamlining

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processes, encouraging digital tools, and enhancing

the customer experience, the value of the human

connection, individuals needs, encounters settings, and

outcomes, wellness and wellbeing, all were and will

remain what this facility brings to the experience of

both City employees and customers. The importance of

designing an environment that supports and enhances

communications, sharing and wellbeing remains at the

forefront of sustainable and lasting strategies. Moving

forward, the Permitting and Development Center will

serve as a model for future development of other city

projects.

Sandrine Hitchcock is an architect and project manager at Gensler Austin. With

more than 20 years of experience working in the design and construction industry,

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local officials, and design professionals. As a licensed architect with expertise in

construction administration and project management from kick-off to completion,

she brings a true understanding of efforts required to ensure every project is

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THE CARPENTER HOTEL

By Specht Architects Photos by: Chase Daniel

Carpenter Hotel- in Austin Texas is truly a unique

structure that incorporates an iconic landmark building,

Austin’s Carpenter Union Building (circ 1940), with new

design and construction that melds seamlessly. Almost

all of the original heritage pecan trees on the site were

preserved and incorporated into the property designalthough

you are in the hub of busy downtown Austin the

hotel is enveloped by these old groves, giving a feeling of

warmth and protection from the busy city beyond.

The Carpenter Hotel is a hidden oasis in one of the last

pockets of Old Austin. It is a compound of buildings

of different vintages surrounding a pecan tree-shaded

courtyard and pool, and features a restaurant, café, event

pavilion, and 93 guest rooms. It has a character that is

unlike any other hotel in town. The new hotel building,

shade canopies, and Quonset-hut-based pavilion have a

new and distinct architectural expression, but the forms

and materials are harmonious with the existing union hall

and the other unselfconscious industrial buildings in the

area. It all fits together seamlessly.

The new hotel building is composed of an exposed

rough-concrete frame, with infill walls made of locallysourced

clay masonry blocks and recycled steel oil-drilling

pipe. Where trees had to be removed (in all cases these

were damaged or otherwise compromised), the pecan

wood was sawn into boards and used as a feature in the

spaces. Materials are expressed as-is, and decorative

effect, where it exists, is created through the spacing and

patterning of basic elements, or by the direct application

of signage. There is no attempt to mimic historic styles,

nor is there an attempt to follow architectural trends.

It is simple and direct, and its power comes from this

straightforward expression.

The design was driven by a sense of place; the desire

to create something that is natural to its location,

neighborhood, and the city as a whole,” says Scott Specht,

Founder of Specht Architects. “ It is a new take on the

idea of adaptive re-use that doesn’t mimic what was

existing, or create a bright line between the “old” and the

“new”, but a stealth approach that merges all the parts

into an urban collage that feels unforced and authentic.”

An existing “mid-century-utilitarian” union hall for

Carpenter’s Local 1266 on the site was also re-purposed

as the lobby and restaurant with minimal changes.

The interiors of the hotel are in continuity with this

attitude. Floors and ceilings in the rooms are concrete,

and most walls are the same clay block as the exterior.

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Furniture and cabinetry are made from raw plywood,

or sourced from small manufacturers. Each room has a

large terrace that overlooks the surrounding treescape. It

is a place that feels simultaneously new, and “like it has

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SEMINARS & WORKSHOPS

All Seminars at the Build Expo are FREE to attend!

Keynote Speakers

(ALL KEYNOTE CLASSES WILL BE IN THE KEYNOTE AREA)

Tom Woodcock

President | Seal the Deal

Sponsored by

Selling in the COVID Era

Wednesday, August 11 | 1:15 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. | Keynote Area

Selling in the construction industry during and post COVID is challenging. Some of the tried and true methods are less

effective and many new ones are not as effective as they were at the onset. How do you adjust your sales strategy to

continue to produce profitable business, increase revenue and even grow in this time period? Giving up on sales is a

mistake and will be realized often when it’s too late. What we’ll cover:

• Is outside sales still relevant • Is Zoom the new normal • Is face to face selling possible

How can you integrate digital selling with traditional selling?

We will dive deep into all these areas and you will come out with a baseline to build a sales plan. Many construction

industry related companies are thriving in this climate. This is a chance for you to be one of those experiencing success.

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

Networking & Association Use

Thursday, August 12 | 1:15 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. | Keynote Area

Many contractors never join relevant associations that can produce revenue for them. Even worse they spend the dues

money and don’t maximize the effectiveness of the association. We will layout how to determine what associations to

join, how to work them and get business from your involvement. The single greatest way to find grouped customers and

network contacts is right in your backyard association!

Work them to the fullest and you’ll never make a cold call again!

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

Scott Specht

Founder & Principal | Specht Architects

House of the Future

Wednesday, August 11 | 11:30am - 1:00pm | Keynote Area

Scott Specht, founder of AIA Award-Winning firm Specht Architects, will give an interesting and humorous talk about

the history of the “House of the Future.” This will cover unusual ideas from the 1920s through the1970’s of how we’d be

living in the future of 2020. Scott will cover the strange building techniques that these visionaries thought we’d be using,

including spray-foam structures, bolt-together fiberglass shells, and even inflatable bubble homes.

Scott will also talk about what the true home of the future will encompass looking forward, covering the newer ideas of

lighting, home automation, and architecture.

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders, and Remodelers

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Laura Britt

Founder & Principal | Britt Design Group

The Everchanging Shift for Multifamily Design Post-COVID-19

Thursday, August 12 | 11:30am - 1:00pm | Keynote Area

2020 forced us to pivot quickly and learn to be productive working from home. Many companies have found their

employees enjoy this flexibility and value more time at home. Because of this, we predict we’ll see the rise in the focus of

the home as a workspace as well as a deeper emphasis on health and wellness. As the work from home trend is here to

stay, it will be increasingly important to take all that comes with that into account in post-pandemic design. Amenities like

large business centers, community gathering areas, and gyms and wellness centers will be key in creating functional and

enjoyable live/work environments.

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders, and Remodelers


Workshops & Classes | Wednesday, August 11, 2021

Sponsored by

Beating the Price Objection

9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. | Keynote Area

Tom Woodcock

President | Seal the Deal

Stop letting price be the determining factor in winning projects! This topic deals specifically with the pressure to always

be low. Learn the sales tools necessary to get the inside track in the bidding process. The goal being to consistently win

projects and raise profitability on those projects. The most common mistakes made in bidding are revealed and countered.

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

The Pursuit to 100% Subsurface Damage Prevention

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor D

Dave Mulcahey

Sales Manager ‐ Western US | GPRS

The class will focus on data associated with subsurface damage on construction sites … and how to avoid adding to

the statistics. The material will include details on the dangers associated with concrete sawing and drilling, excavating,

directional drilling, and micro and macro trenching. We will also review implementation recommendations during this

presentation to help organizations improve their safety policy for their employees.

Target Audience: General Contractors, Sub Contractors, PM/VP/Exec, and construction safety professionals.

Don’t Kill your Golden Goose-Lawsuit Protection, Tax Reduction & Estate

Planning Strategies to Protect & Perpetuate your Business

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor A

Larry Oxenham

Speaker, Trainer | American Society for Asset Protection

Discover the tools you can use to become invincible to lawsuits, save thousands in taxes, and achieve financial peace of

mind.

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

Google Partner Teaching: Intro to SEO & Understanding your Website

(BEGINNERS) - Part 1

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor B

Joshua Ramsey

Marketing & Communications Strategist | Strategic Point Marketing

In this class you will learn:

(The starting point for business owners that don’t know

much about online advertising)

• Types of coded websites

• What makes sense for you to use

• What the cost should be

• Basic Building of your website – easiest things to do,

most overlooked

• How to read the basics in Google Analytics

• Google Search Console

• Density of text

• Understanding user experience

• Reading competitors’ strategies

• Identify keywords that will have the most impact

• Understand why all SEO companies have different

strategies

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

The Basics of Construction Contracts, Subcontracts & Purchase Orders

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Room 2

Rob Holcomb

Partner | Knolle, Holcomb, Callahan & Taylor, P.C.

This presentation will look at construction contracts, subcontracts and purchase orders from the perspective of all parties.

It will also cover key issues and provisions relating to negotiating a contract, contractual duties, responsibilities, and breach

of contract.

Target Audience: owners, general contractors, subcontractors, design professionals, home builders, homeowners,

landowners, landlords and tenants

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The Sustainable SITES Initiative - 1 GBCI General CE Credit

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Room 3

Sarah Andrews

CEO | Sustainable Solutions

This course provides an overview of the SITES v2 rating system for developing sustainable landscapes and resilient spaces.

The presentation content explains the intent of each of the five areas of focus – considering water, soil, vegetation,

materials, and our interaction and connection with a site – along with best practices and related key terms and concepts.

Target Audience: Industry professionals and any others interested in green building topics.

Tricks, Tips, & Ploys in Project Scheduling

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Room 1

Saleh Mubarak

Author, Public Speaker & Trainer

Construction project scheduling is an interesting field where science meets art. Even though the concept is simple and can

be explained in less than an hour, there are still many issues that need the attention of the expert. These tricks and tips can

make a big difference between the success and failure of the project. This seminar covers a wide collection of them to make

the project management team aware of them. This includes tips for good practices as well as common mistakes.

Target Audience: Builders and Contractors

Google Partner Teaching: Understanding & Training (MID-LEVEL) - Part 1

10:40 a.m.-11:30 a.m. | Floor B

Joshua Ramsey

Marketing & Communications Strategist | Strategic Point Marketing

In this class you will learn: (Bring a laptop and have a good understanding of what SEO already is)

• Writing text with your keywords

• Security strategies

• Writing meta tags (Title, Description, H)

• Ranking Strategies

• Implementing and Following Google Strategies

• Google AdWords – BASIC training

• Bert

• Do’s / Don’ts

• EAT

• HREFLANG Tag

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

LEED v4 Core Concepts and Strategies - 1 GBCI General CE Credit

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | Room 3

Sarah Andrews

CEO | Sustainable Solutions

The LEED v4 Core Concepts and Strategies presentation provide an examination of sustainable building, the LEED Rating

System and the LEED certification process. The course content is introductory and helps to build awareness for participants

by reviewing important terms and concepts.

Target Audience: Industry professionals and any others interested in green building topics.

The 5 Things Holding Your Company Back from Break-Through Results

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | Room 4

Michael Caito

MAP Vital Factors Solutions

As a leader, ever scratch your head wondering why you aren’t achieving your desired growth? You have a great team, a solid

business plan and quality partnerships… so what’s the missing piece to the puzzle?

Join this session to crack the code as to why:

• Only 50% of members on executive teams identify the same organizational priorities.

• Less than 25% of those executive team members identify the same owners for those priorities.

• Almost 100% of executive teams believe they are well aligned on their priorities.

You will learn actionable, practical strategies to boost accountability, alignment and focus, resulting in improved

productivity and profitability through a proven system of sixty years.

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The Rise & Fall of the Green Building Movement - 1 AIA Credit

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | Floor D

Peter Pfeiffer, FAIA

CEO & Founder | Barley|Pfeiffer Architecture

Why is today’s technology-based “LEED” Green Building program a far cry from the original, and arguably deeper, ideals

and aspirations of the “Green” movement? What’s more real? What’s next? Now the green building movement has been

codified into a checklist approach to integrating various “green” building products and technologies into our homes and

buildings. New “catchy” terms are being bantered about – like “IAQ” and “Net Zero” homes and buildings. What does this

mean? What does it “boil down” to? Isn’t what we’re trying to achieve is to make our buildings, homes, and communities

simply perform better? What about a different approach – that of “Green” or “High Performance” building – BY DESIGN?

Target Audience: Architects, developers, general contractors, environmental & green consultants, Realtors

QuickBooks for Contractors - Part 1

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | Room 1

Sam Hallburn & Vanessa Vasquez

This class is an overview of how contractors can utilize the QuickBooks functionality to facilitate job

costing, payroll, receivables and the overall benefits of either the online or desktop applications.

Target Audience: Contractors, Subcontractors, and anyone curious about the features & benefits of

QuickBooks

Building A Paperless Supply Chain: Lauren Concrete Creates

Community on CONNEX

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | Room 5

Matt Jetmore & Ryan Bartholomew

Lauren Concrete

John Shanks & Trey Secor

Command Alkon

Join us for a perspective on how the entire Austin construction market can benefit from adopting

technologies that remove paper tickets from your heavy building materials delivery processes. Whether

you are dealing with material or hauling tickets coming into or out of your plants or onto your jobsites,

there are significant savings in time, both in the field and at the office, as well as improvements in data

accuracy, operational visibility, and collaboration with your trading partners that can benefit us all. Hear

how Lauren Concrete built a community of vendors and customers on the CONNEX platform to make this

a reality for their Austin market supply chain. Let’s talk about how we can all work better together.

Target Audience: Materials Supplier, Haulers, DOTs and General Contractors

Selling During COVID - Using Technology

11:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m. | Floor B

Joshua Ramsey

Marketing & Communications Strategist | Strategic Point Marketing

COVID is causing every business frustration when it comes to selling and prospecting. The strategies that you have been

using for years now has completely changed. What can you do? Learn the exact steps of a program that has sold millions of

dollars in the last 12 months. What you can expect to learn:

• How to build an Avatar. Then turn that into a Prospects

Bio.

• Target your Prospects using the information from the

previous step

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

• How to break through the clutter of the world to GRAB

ATTENTION.

• Putting leads into your sales system as well as nurture

leads that don’t buy immediately.

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Workshops & Classes | Thursday, August 12, 2021

Sponsored by

Common Construction Sales Mistakes

9:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m. | Keynote Area

Tom Woodcock

President | Seal the Deal

Many in the construction industry consistently make the same mistakes that kill their opportunity. There are many common

errors and mentalities that hinder sales success. We’ll put a light on these problems and give the behaviors that counter

them. Make sure your approach to the customer base is the most effective possible. These errors are often made without

the contractor even realizing they’re making them. This cripples their chances of winning profitable projects.

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

Don’t Kill your Golden Goose-Lawsuit Protection, Tax Reduction & Estate

Planning Strategies to Protect & Perpetuate your Business

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor A

Larry Oxenham

Speaker, Trainer | American Society for Asset Protection

Discover the tools you can use to become invincible to lawsuits, save thousands in taxes, and achieve financial peace of

mind.

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

Google Partner Teaching: Intro to SEO & Understanding your Website

(BEGINNERS) - Part 2

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Floor B

Joshua Ramsey

Marketing & Communications Strategist | Strategic Point Marketing

In this class you will learn:

(The starting point for business owners that don’t know

much about online advertising)

• Types of coded websites

• What makes sense for you to use

• What the cost should be

• Basic Building of your website – easiest things to do,

most overlooked

• How to read the basics in Google Analytics

• Google Search Console

• Density of text

• Understanding user experience

• Reading competitors’ strategies

• Identify keywords that will have the most impact

• Understand why all SEO companies have different

strategies

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

Introduction to Construction Cost Estimating

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Room 1

Saleh Mubarak

Author, Public Speaker & Trainer

Cost estimating is arguably the most important function in construction project management. It may be indeed the

difference between winning and losing. The seminar briefly covers the principles of construction cost estimating, direct vs

indirect costs, detailed vs approximate estimates, and more.

Target Audience: Builders and Contractors

LEED 0 & True Zero Waste

9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. | Room 3

Sarah Andrews

CEO | Sustainable Solutions

The LEED Zero program highlights the achievements of LEED projects in areas that are critical to the goal of reaching a

regenerative future. This short presentation provides highlights of the program designed to encourage reductions in net

carbon emissions, energy use, potable water use, and waste.

Target Audience: Industry professionals and any others interested in green building topics.


Google Partner Teaching: Understanding & Training (MID-LEVEL) - Part 2

10:40 a.m.-11:30 a.m. | Floor C

Joshua Ramsey

Marketing & Communications Strategist | Strategic Point Marketing

In this class you will learn: (Bring a laptop and have a good understanding of what SEO already is)

• Writing text with your keywords

• Writing meta tags (Title,

Description, H)

• Implementing and Following

Google Strategies

• Bert

• EAT

• Security strategies

Target Audience: Architects, General Contractors, Subcontractors, Builders & Remodelers

• Ranking Strategies

• Google AdWords – BASIC training

• Do’s / Don’ts

• HREFLANG Tag

The 5 Things Holding Your Company Back from Break-Through Results

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | Room 4

Michael Caito

MAP Vital Factors Solutions

As a leader, ever scratch your head wondering why you aren’t achieving your desired growth? You have a great team, a

solid business plan and quality partnerships… so what’s the missing piece to the puzzle? You will learn actionable, practical

strategies to boost accountability, alignment and focus, resulting in improved productivity and profitability through a proven

system of sixty years.

LINEAR DRAINS: The solution to common plumbing and remodeling

problems -1 HSW/ADACE Credit

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | Room 2

Chris Lindsay

Regional Sales Manager | QM Drains

During the one-hour session attendees will learn:

• Which linear drains solve the issue of having an offcenter

drainpipe

• Choosing the perfect linear drain for your project:

functionality meets design.

• All placement options for linear drains and other

solutions.

• Aesthetics and functionality of walk-in showers.

• What is the best material for a drain?

QuickBooks for Contractors - Part 2

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | Room 1

Sam Hallburn & Vanessa Vasquez

This class is an overview of how contractors can utilize the QuickBooks functionality to facilitate job

costing, payroll, receivables and the overall benefits of either the online or desktop applications.

Target Audience: Contractors, Subcontractors, and anyone curious about the features & benefits of

QuickBooks

Building A Paperless Supply Chain: Lauren Concrete Creates

Community on CONNEX

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | Room 5

Matt Jetmore & Ryan Bartholomew

Lauren Concrete

John Shanks & Trey Secor

Command Alkon

Join us for a perspective on how the entire Austin construction market can benefit from adopting

technologies that remove paper tickets from your heavy building materials delivery processes. Whether

you are dealing with material or hauling tickets coming into or out of your plants or onto your jobsites,

there are significant savings in time, both in the field and at the office, as well as improvements in data

accuracy, operational visibility, and collaboration with your trading partners that can benefit us all. Hear

how Lauren Concrete built a community of vendors and customers on the CONNEX platform to make this

a reality for their Austin market supply chain. Let’s talk about how we can all work better together.

Target Audience: Materials Supplier, Haulers, DOTs and General Contractors


From Estimating to Invoicing

- How To Manage Your Jobs

More Profitably

9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. Wednesday 11

& Thursday 12 | Floor C

Eric Fortenberry

Founder & CEO | JobTread

In today’s highly competitive market, it’s more

important than ever to be on top of your numbers.

If you can’t price your jobs accurately and

don’t have a great process for managing your

costs throughout the job, you’re setting yourself

up for failure.

During this presentation, we’ll discuss common

pitfalls, cover lessons learned from real world

experiences, and provide actionable takeaways

to improve your processes for everything from estimating

to bidding, job costing, purchase orders,

vendor bills, customer invoicing, and more.

A Better Way to Manage Your

Jobs From Start to Finish -

JobTread Demo

12:15 p.m.-1:00 p.m. Wednesday 11

& Thursday 12 | Floor C

Eric Fortenberry

Founder & CEO | JobTread

JobTread brings your entire business together

in one platform. It’s the easiest way to get

organized, win your time back, and supercharge

your efficiency. All in one place.

Come learn how the latest in construction

management technology is helping builders and

contractors get organized, improve your day-today

processes, and take your home building to the

next level.

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Leveraging Technology to

Manage and Scale Your Jobs

Based Business

11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Wednesday 11

& Thursday 12 | Floor C

Eric Fortenberry

Founder & CEO | JobTread

Business can be done today in ways that the

leaders who have gone before us could only

dream of. Effectively leveraging software systems

can give you the edge over your competition and

take your business to the next level.

During this session, we’ll unpack ways to help

you better manage your business and discuss

strategies to help you win more jobs and make

more money in less time.


Booth # 407

Structural Concrete Systems, LLC

Industry Leaders Since 2001

• Concrete Repair

• Corrosion Control

• Force Protection

• Strengthening

Come Visit With Us at the Austin Build Expo

& See What We Can do For You.

281.583.7776 | info@scs.net | www.SCS.net | Booth # 407

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A GUIDE FOR GENERAL CONTRACTORS BUILDING LEED

THE INTEGRATIVE PROCESS

AND EARLY CONTRACTOR

INVOLVEMENT

By: Sarah Andrews, Sustainable Solutions

The integrative process is a multidisciplinary approach

to working collaboratively as a project team throughout

the design process. The team is ideally formed before

design and continues its engagement throughout

the design phase, including programming, predesign,

schematic design, and the final design phases. Team

members are drawn from all of the disciplines involved

on a project, both design and construction. Project

stakeholders such as the owner, facility manager, and end

users are also engaged to provide the most inclusive and

comprehensive review of the project to produce a highperformance

design.

The integrative process is intended to be inclusive,

collaborative, goal-driven, and iterative in nature in that

the process is repeated as decisions are made by the

project team and design of the project moves forward.

The integrative process is most effective when adopted

early in the design phase, but the process can be utilized

later and still provide valuable insights. The overarching

intent is to include as many designers, constructors, and

stakeholders as possible to achieve the goal of a highperformance

facility.

The integrative process team includes members from the

owner, design professionals, construction professionals,

trade partners, specialists, and stakeholders like the

end users. The owner’s team may be comprised of an

owner’s representative, a financial manager, and/or a

construction manager. The responsibilities of the owner’s

team members include providing the owner’s project

requirements, establishing a project budget, defining

goals for sustainability, and defining a basis of design

for the team to work from. Core design team members

would likely consist of the architect, mechanical and

structural engineers, a civil engineer, and a landscape

architect. The architect is typically the lead for the design

team, and all disciplines are responsible for the overall

design of the project and facility systems as well as

providing support toward the team’s sustainability goals.

The construction team members are the hand’s on

experts and would include a construction manager or a

general contractor along with their trade partners. The

constructors, subcontractors, and suppliers are highly

skilled at providing realistic and practical viewpoints on

construction materials and methods. Responsibilities

for these team members would include providing

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constructability reviews throughout the design process

and providing estimating and design assist services.

Along with subs and suppliers, team members can make

suggestions for controlling costs and for systems which

will meet the owner’s project requirements while also

supporting the green goals.

In addition to the core design and construction team,

there may be a number of specialists involved with the

project on the team. These may include an equipment

planner, acoustical consultant, food service consultant,

infection control staff, functional and space programmers,

telecommunications designer, or a controls designer. The

actual makeup of the team will vary depending on the

specific needs of the project, but all of the specialists will

be onboard to provide specialized expertise and aid with

any basis of design parameters as appropriate.

One of the most vital groups to incorporate into

the project team are end users. They have the best

knowledge of how the facility will be utilized, familiarity

with associated practical matters, management staff

capabilities and any limitations that might impact the

performance over time of the facility. These end users

might include facility green teams, physicians and nursing

teams, facility managers, environmental services staff,

and other building occupants.

Finally, we come to the last major group of members on

our project team – stakeholders. These stakeholders are

persons, groups or entities with an interest in the project

outcome and may include community representatives,

neighbors, municipalities or other governmental agencies,

and the local economic development corporation.

Stakeholders provide community engagement and

support for the project, and may also be involved with

permitting, inspection, and financial incentives. They

are allies and can be very important in providing positive

publicity for the project.

The unified path is going to require widespread buy-in

from all team members beginning with an initial selection

of a certification system and setting the sustainability

goals for the project. At this early juncture you’re looking

to establish preliminary goals based upon the budget

and the owner’s project requirements. As the project

moves forward these preliminary goals will be further

defined and refined until the team has settled on the final

certification goal and works together to design toward

those goals.

Once you have identified the certification goal for the

project, the team will decide together which credits

will be pursued to meet that established goal or

level of certification. Every team member will have

clearly defined responsibilities and deliverables, and

communication among all team members will be critical

to the overall success of the project. This is where the


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power of the integrative approach really comes into

play – when the team is functioning as a cohesive whole

making decisions together in order to move toward the

goals shared by the entire team.

The project team will have settled on the certification

goal based upon the owner’s project requirements,

among other parameters, and will be exploring options

during design to assess the most effective way to achieve

the requirements set for each strategy. This process will

no doubt require research and analysis to determine how

to most effectively incorporate the selected strategy

into the project. For example, there are many types

of building façade or mechanical systems to select

from. The project team will work together to make

those choices based upon input from the architect and

structural engineer, the mechanical engineer, and from

the electrical engineer as well.

Through the collaborative process the team will develop

a consensus on the project goals and performance targets

as the design progresses. To keep the team moving in

the same direction and on schedule, I highly recommend

conducting regular team meetings. Even though

the process has all team members at every meeting,

sometimes additional meetings between team members

may be required to work through details on a specific

design challenge.

Utilizing the integrative process successfully requires that

team members are or become comfortable with a process

that questions conventional assumptions and tests new

ideas. Team members must be fully committed to going

beyond minimum code requirements to achieve highperformance

sustainable outcomes. All members must

be willing to work collaboratively to navigate obstacles

as a team to achieve the best possible outcome for the

project. Although each team member will have assigned

responsibilities, all must be willing to learn from the

experience of others and to maintain a positive attitude

toward achieving an innovative project.

We’ve covered the concept of the integrative process

and the role of the project team members. We now

come to the role that is most critical to success on a

LEED project – the LEED project manager. While most

construction projects have a project manager, the LEED

PM is the green champion who ensures that the project

stays on track with regard to green goals. This person is

the troubleshooter and the resource for all things LEED.

A LEED PM takes the lead on managing the project from

a LEED point of view, as well as managing the herd, i.e.

the project team. It is not easy keeping a project team

moving forward on task and on time, especially if you

have a large project team. At times it can seem as if

you’re herding bees. The LEED PM maintains perspective

on the entire project to successfully achieve certification

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as a means of recognizing the project’s sustainability

accomplishments.

The LEED PM views the project from 30,000 feet

through green glasses to assure that the project’s

green goals and performance targets are met, while

also keeping the budget in mind and the owner happy.

The LEED PM is also a liaison between the various

disciplines to aid in coordinating the efforts of all toward

a successful conclusion. The LEED PM will make sure

that preliminary calculations to establish compliance with

LEED prerequisite and credit documentation are done

as early as possible so if there is a need to make a design

change to meet or exceed an established metric, it can

be done quickly and efficiently in order to maintain the

schedule, the budget, and the green goals.

The LEED PM is also in charge of both providing guidance

to and ensuring compliance from subcontractors and

suppliers as trade partners. Serving as a resource for all

team members, both during and following the design

phase, the LEED PM is also the troubleshooter to guide

the project through any rough patches that occur. The

LEED PM should be able to expound on the topics,

requirements, and intent of credits and prerequisites

should any questions arise among the project team.

As the subject matter expert, the LEED PM should also

be able to make recommendations on ways for the team

to maximize the points achieved toward certification.

I highly recommend having a credit buffer just in case

something doesn’t pan out as planned. Sometimes

things happen, and it’s obviously preferable to have

an extra point or two or three instead of being a point

or two short of your desired certification level. In the

unfortunate instance that the points toward certification

don’t line up as planned, or in the case where another

point or two can move the project into a higher

certification level, the LEED PM will be a resource for

finding opportunities to earn those points by taking

advantage of the pilot credit library, innovation in design,

exemplary performance, and regional priorities. This

requires a deep understanding of the system and the way

the credits work, but your green champion should be

up to the task. In summary, your LEED project manager

should be knowledgeable in all things LEED, able to

translate the arcane language into terms the entire team

can understand, and resourceful if the team finds itself in

a sticky wicket.

Assembling a cohesive and qualified project team and

utilizing the integrative process can help ensure success

on a LEED project, or any other green building project.

Collaboration among multiple disciplines including early

contractor involvement will allow a project to stay on

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