The Traditional Building Conference Series delivers focused, relevant education and training for architects, contractors, craftspeople, designers, building owners and facilities managers in a time efficient format for AIA Continuing Education Credits. The 2022 curriculum is a combination of three in-person events and six web seminars:
- April 6-7, 2022, Alexandria, VA
- June 14-15, 2022, Newport, RI
- December 14-15, 2022, West Palm Beach, FL: Register Now.
The Traditional Building Conference Series faculty features industry experts and practitioners who present a mix of hands-on construction techniques, methods and materials, classical design, urban planning, and sustainable building practice for updating and preserving traditional and historic buildings of all types.
The Traditional Building Conference Series is produced by the Home Group, Active Interest Media, a trade events and magazine media company with offices in New York City, Gloucester MA., Washington D.C., Des Moines IA., and Boulder CO. AIM's conferences and magazine media serve an audience of over 55 million with brands which include: TRADITIONAL BUILDING; Period-Homes Digital; NEW OLD HOUSE; OLD HOUSE JOURNAL; ARTS & CRAFTS HOMES; TimberHomeLiving.com; POPULAR WOODWORKING, WOODSMITH and Woodsmith Shop T.V.; GARDEN GATE; HORTICULTURE and ANTIQUE TRADERS.
Meet our team!
Judy Hayward, Education Director
Carolyn Walsh, Director of Operations
Genevieve Dickinson, Marketing Partnerships Manager and Copy Editor
Dorian Henao, Web Seminar Tech
MAGAZINE and DIGITAL MEDIA
Patricia Poore, Editorial Director, Editor OLD HOUSE JOURNAL
Nancy Berry Editor, TRADITIONAL BUILDING. NEW OLD HOUSE
LJ Lindhurst, Director of Digital Media
Mary Ellen Polson, Associate Editor OLD HOUSE JOURNAL
Cal Bowie, Bowie Gridley Architects
Graham S. Wyatt, Robert A.M. Stern Architects
Stephen Payne, Payne Bouchier Builders
Steven Semes, University of Notre Dame
Erik Evens, Evens Architects
Duncan Stroik, Duncan G. Stroik Architect
Jill H. Gotthelf, WSA/Modern Ruins
The Traditional Building Conference Series is a registered provider of AIA continuing education credits. Credits for NARI, AIBD, and certain NAHB classifications can be arranged. LEED accredited professionals and interior designers should contact the education director to determine if any courses have been registered for continuing education credits with the IDCEC or the USGBC.
Interested in learning about previous events?
Past Attendees Include:
Robert Stern Architects
Peter Pennoyer Architects
John Murray Architects
Einhorn Yaffee Prescot
Quinn Evans Architects
Schooly Caldwell Architects
Barnze Vanze Architects
David Schwartz Architects
Shope Reno Architects
The Architect of the Capitol
The National Park Service
U.S. Department of State
U.S. Department of Defense
General Services Administration
Amer College of the Building Arts
S.C Historic Preservation Office
N.C. State Historic Preservation Office
Past Webinar Attendees Include:
Texas Historical Commission
City of Jacksonville
N.C. State University
Historic Santa Fe Foundation
City of Hattiesburg MS.
Historic Rehab Contractors Inc.
Metropolitan Restorations Company Inc.
City of Auburn AL.
Johnson Laskey Architects
Vanccouver Heritage Foundation