2017 IBS NAHB International Builders’ Show®

2017 IBS NAHB International Builders' Show®

January 10, 2017

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Nick Lehnert – Production Builder Executive Club

January 10, 2017 | 8:00 AM5:30 PM

New for IBS 2017! The Production Builder Executive Club is an exclusive space for executives from the top 250 US builders. Brought to you by Restoration Hardware, this exquisite lounge offers builders with the chance to relax and take advantage of numerous networking opportunities and discussions led by industry experts.

Daily perks include:

  • Unlimited Coffee
  • Networking Breakfast, Lunch & Reception
  • Education Presentations & Discussions
  • Open Bar starting at noon
  • Business & Concierge Services
  • Device Charging Station
 Join us daily for presentations covering design, leadership, demographics, innovation, sales and marketing and economics.

Gain production builder perspectives and insights from:

  • Ryan Serhant, Million Dollar Listing New York/The Serhant Team
  • Glenn Cottrell, Director – Builder Solutions, IBACOS
  • Jim Tobin, NAHB Chief Lobbyist
  • Rob Dietz, NAHB Chief Economist
  • Nick Lenhert, Executive Director of Design Strategy, KTGY Architecture + Planning
  • Global Design Team, Whirlpool
  • David Rice, Founder, New Home Star

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Bill Ramsey – The Designer Is In: Architecture & Interior Design Plan Review

Tuesday, January 10 | 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM

Location: Design Studio, W311E

Format: Plan Review Session  Level of Content: Novice

Who Should Attend: Designers, Architects, Engineers & Planners

Track: Design, Land Development & Community Planning

Speaker(s): Donald Ruthroff, AIA, DAHLIN Architecture Planning, Pleasanton, California | Barry Glantz, AIA, McBride & Son Architecture, L.L.C., Chesterfield, Missouri | Bill Warwick | Kevin Kazimer, Kioxin, Inc. Architecture, South Barrington, Illinois | William Ramsey, AIA, NCARB, KTGY Architecture + Planning, Oakland, California | James Wentling, FAIA, James Wentling/Architects, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

What It’s About:

Our popular plan reviews are back, but with a new twist for 2017. You’ll again have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with an architect who will spend 30 minutes reviewing your housing plans and providing creative ideas for changing or expanding them to better meet the needs of today’s home buyers. New this year though, reviews will be taking place all-day, each day of the Builders’ Show! Those who wish to participate must reserve individual appointment times. Daily sign-up will take place each morning for reviews later in the day, so bring your plans and come to the Design Studio early to reserve your preferred time slot.

What You’ll Learn:

Meet privately with a licensed architect or interior designer to review and discuss your floor plans. Develop creative ways to enhance your project plans by maximizing their structural and aesthetic qualities. Receive expert advice and learn from a professional in a one-on-one environment. Generate ideas for improving your project plans’ market appeal and perceived value.

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Manny Gonzalez – The Anatomy of Successfully Planning Your First 55+ New Home Community

Tuesday, January 10 | 9:30 – 10:30 AM

Location: W307C

Format: Building Knowledge Session  Level of Content: Advanced

Who Should Attend: Single Family – Production, 55+ Housing Builders & Developers, Sales & Marketing Professionals

Track: 55+ Housing

Speaker(s): Manny Gonzalez, FAIA, KTGY Architecture + Planning, Los Angeles, California | John Schleimer, MIRM, CAASH, Market Perspectives, Roseville, California | Roger Glover, Cornerstone Homes, Richmond, Virginia

What It’s About:

In their effort to fend off larger national and regional builders in the more conventional single-family market, many builders overlook a market segment that could represent increased sales, market share and profitability—55+ buyers. This case study will outline the process used by one such entrepreneurial builder in planning a 55+ new home community, including market and consumer research; the design workshop formula used to develop products and plans; and details about the focus group process used to confirm the market acceptance of the development. The panel will also share the recommended steps and a checklist to help compete with national builders. This is a can’t-miss for those considering entering the 55+ market for the first time.

What You’ll Learn:

Learn the process and steps in planning a successful 55+ new home community. Understand how consumer research and focus groups can help confirm the market-acceptance potential of a proposed 55+ development. Discover how offering a design workshop can reduce product development costs.

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Nick Lehnert – Heartbeat of the Home: How the kitchen has evolved into one of the most vital elements of lifestyle

Tuesday, January 10 | 1:30 – 2:00 PM

Event Type: Networking

Location: Production Builder Executive Club – West Concourse, Level II, W222

Presenter(s): Nick Lenhert, Design Strategy, KTGY Architecture + Planning  |  Jason Tippetts, Whirlpool

Hear from two of the industry’s leading minds on design strategy on top trends that production builders can take advantage of in order to sell more homes in 2017.

How to Participate:

Admittance to the Executive Club is limited to senior-level staff (director or above) of the nation’s 250 largest production builders, based on the 2016 Housing Giants and Builder 200 Rankings. Attendance is free but an IBS registration is required.

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Michael Medick – Attaining Affordable Housing with Unique Density Solutions

Tuesday, January 10 | 9:30 – 10:30 AM

Location: W311C

Format: Building Knowledge Session  Level of Content: Advanced

Who Should Attend: Single Family – All, Multifamily Builders & Developers, Designers, Architects, Engineers & Planners

Track: Design, Land Development & Community Planning

Speaker(s): Cassie Cherry, Danielian Associates Architecture + Planning Irvine, California | Michael Medick, KTGY Architecture + Planning, Tysons Corner, Virginia | John Danielian, Danielian Associates Architecture + Planning, Irvine, California

What It’s About:

Millennial buyers, inter-generational households, move-down buyers—across the country, all of these segments are seeking affordable housing options. Featuring case studies, conceptual projects and design lab outcomes, this advanced session will offer “beyond the box” design and density solutions that make housing affordable and prove that amazing designs don’t always need to come with a steep price tag. This session will also focus on the “missing middle” types of housing, including varying densities, compatible forms, blended neighborhoods and integration of shared community spaces—all of which are used to create vibrant neighborhoods that are sought after by all generations.

What You’ll Learn:

Identify the wide range of building types used to create complete communities, and explore the idea of product differentiation to fully enhance market absorption. Utilize common sense principles of planning and design to maneuver the gauntlet of obstacles frequently associated with gaining approvals. Learn how to construct simple buildings—an alternative to achieve densities without the added financing challenges of more complex construction. Explore alternative housing types and design details to make smaller lots and spaces more open and livable.

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Manny Gonzalez – Creating Luxury in Kitchens at Any Price Point

Tuesday, January 10 | 3:30 – 4:30 PM

Location: WF3

Format: Spotlight Session  Level of Content: Intermediate

Who Should Attend: Single Family – All, Multifamily Builders & Developers, Designers, Architects, Engineers & Planners

Track: Design, Land Development & Community Planning

Speaker(s): MaryJo Camp, CAPS, CGP, CKD, CBD, CLIPP, DesignCamp, RLLP, Denver, North Carolina | Mary Jo Peterson, CAPS, MA, CMKBD, CLIPP, Mary Jo Peterson Inc, Brookfield, Connecticut | Manny Gonzalez, FAIA, KTGY Architecture + Planning, Los Angeles, California

What It’s About:

There are as many characterizations that go into what makes a luxury kitchen given varying budgets among buyers. In order to differentiate, builders need multiple approaches to respond appropriately to each buyers needs. Join three industry experts in exploring materials, products and design concepts that send the message of luxury in the kitchen to today’s buyers.

What You’ll Learn:

Understand the relationship of the kitchen to the rest of the home to maximize its function. Recognize flexibility as the key to achieving personalization in a production home. Explore multiple approaches to classic and current design trends to attain differentiation. Appreciate what’s important in luxury design to achieve impact even at a lower price point.

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Rohit Anand – From Community Rooms to Drone Landing Stations: The Future of Multifamily Amenities

Tuesday, January 10 | 3:30 – 4:30 PM

Location: W308C

Format: Building Knowledge Session  Level of Content: Intermediate

Who Should Attend: Multifamily Builders & Developers, Designers, Architects, Engineers & Planners, Sales & Marketing Professionals

Track: Multifamily Housing

Speaker(s): Daniel Gehman, BArch, LEED, Humphreys & Partners Architects, L. P., Dallas, Texas | Rohit Anand, AIA, NCARB, KTGY Architecture + Planning, Tysons, Virginia | Jong Chung, AvalonBay Communities

What It’s About:

Drone landing stations. On-site dog park. Electric car charging stations. Bike and stroller valet. Rooftop infinity pools and terraces. An in-house wellness center that offers Botox injections. Multifamily living has become much more than just your personal dwelling; technology and upscale amenities now compete with price and location when it comes to selecting an apartment or condominium. Learn about the newest and hottest trends shaping multifamily amenities from three of today’s leading architects and developers.

What You’ll Learn:

Discover which amenities have gone from luxurious to standard in today’s marketplace. Discuss how to successfully incorporate cutting edge amenities into the design of your multifamily development. Hear the latest technology that is impacting amenities and coming trends in the amenities space. Understand how to create flexible amenities that can be repurposed to meet future amenity demands.

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Bill Ramsey – 30 in 30: The Top Multifamily Products on the Show Floor

Wednesday, January 11 | 9:45 – 10:15 AM

Event Type: Presentation

Location: Multifamily Central – West Concourse, Level III, Room W308A

Panelist(s): Britney Gilley, BuildersDesign  |  William Ramsey, KTGY Architecture + Planning |  Brad Shapiro, Shapiro & Company

A team of architects and designers have scoured the show floor to find you the latest and greatest in multifamily products and companies that are a must-see at this year’s event. Hear about what these companies offer, why you should see them and where you can find them on the IBS show floor.

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Jonathan Boriack – The Condo Workshop

Wednesday, January 11 | 3:15 – 4:15 PM

Event Type: Workshop

Location: Multifamily Central – West Concourse, Level III, Room W308A

Panelist(s): Jason Will, Wells Fargo, Tampa, FL  |  Ronald Muzii, Canyon Partners Real Estate LLC, Los Angeles, CA  |  Jonathan Boriack, KTGY Architecture + Planning, Oakland, CA  |  Marco Filice, Liberty Development Corporation, Markham, ON, CAN

The Condo Workshop is a condominium development information session. The panel will cover development, financing, construction, and key legislation that impacts condominiums. Join us and learn the latest tips for creating condominiums. This workshop will provide pointers and education on the entire development process from finding a lender to designing your building.

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