APT Kansas City 2015
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APT Kansas City 2015: Convergence of People and Places—Diverse Technologies and Practices
Kansas City is more than Jazz and barbeque; Kansas City’s essence is CONVERGENCE. In this place, the settled East met the expansive West and the Union North clashed with the Confederate South. It is a historic transportation hub where river and overland systems converged and led to the development of a diverse economy of industry, agriculture, lumber, commodities, engineering and medicine. Kansas City is also a cultural place shaped by a tradition of visual and performing arts and a rich musical heritage.
In a city where CONVERGENCE is as much a part of modern life as it is deeply ingrained in the history and culture, APT Kansas City 2015 will explore the interface of diverse technologies and how this evolves the modern practice of heritage conservation.
Join us November 1-5, in historic Kansas City! Most Conference activities will take place at The Brass on Baltimore (formerly the Baltimore Club), located within the historic Kansas City Club building. APT has secured special Conference rates at four terrific hotels all within convenient walking distance with nightly rates between $159-$169 (plus taxes and fees). To find out more about our destination city, click here.
Continuing Education Credits
If you attend every CE opportunity (both keynote presentations, all paper sessions, one half day field session and one workshop) you can earn 27 CEs, which is $18.50 per credit for APT members who register early. If you attend only the paper and keynote sessions you can earn 10 CEs, which is also a great value at $50 per credit.
Continuing Education credits will be available throughout the Conference including:
• AIA LUs;
• U.S. Engineers RCEP PDHs; and
• Canadian Architects CEs (via reciprocity with AIA)