March Chapter Meeting: Tour at MUSD Innovation Campus

March Chapter Meeting: Tour at MUSD Innovation Campus

March 20, from 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Our March Chapter meeting will be a Project Tour of the MUSD Innovation Campus, followed by a Presentation.

Free for Members $25 for Non-Members, Log in to see discounted ticket price!

(1 LU: Approved).

If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please contact [email protected].

The MUSD Innovation Campus is a unique project in many ways. From unconventional programming, phased construction and tight time lines and budgets, the team had to apply an unconventional approach. The presentation will focus on the story of the Innovation Campus from programming through construction and the unique elements of those phases – creative use of spaces, pre-engineered buildings, prefabrication and integrated teaming.

Tour Schedule:

Tour #1 begins promptly at 5:00pm.

Registration and networking from 5:30 – 6:00pm.

Program presentation from 6:00-7:15pm.

Tour # 2 begins promptly at 7:30pm.

  Ryan Holman

As a senior project manager at Blach Construction, Ryan Holman oversees all day-to-day operations on his projects, from preconstruction to close-out, collaborating closely with clients, consultants, and field teams. Additionally, he champions Folia, Blach’s patented, prefabricated building created in partnership with Quattrocchi Kwok Architects and Gregory P. Luth and Associates. A true design-build solution that is flexible, adaptable and durable, Folia buildings can be delivered quickly and cost-effectively. Ryan has completed several distinct and highly successful Folia projects, served as advisor on several others and is focused on evolving the solution with the broader Folia team.

   Aaron Jobson

Aaron Jobson is CEO/President and one of six principals of Quattrocchi Kwok Architects (QKA) in Northern California. With more than 20 years of experience, his work, passion and advocacy has garnered his reputation as a leader on how educational design impacts academic success. Aaron is certified as an Accredited Learning Environment Planner and is a member of the faculty of the A4LE Advanced Academy. He also advocates for school facilities with the School Energy Coalition and CHPS.