More Design Glitches & Building Blunders

imageHindsight is 20/20. “What would you do differently?” is the question owners should be asking prior to planning and building a new community recreation center. Drawing from the experience of over 220 projects built over the last 30 years, this session uncovers even more of the top lessons learned shared by community leaders, operators, contractors and designers.

Craig Bouck, AIA, LEED AP

CEO, Principal, Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture

Craig is a frequent speaker and author in the recreation design industry. For the past two decades, he has worked with recreation professionals to design value-driven projects that solve problems, create opportunities and build community. Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture has been involved in more than 200 community recreation projects across the country, providing feasibility studies, conceptual designs and award-winning architectural and interior design services.

Mick Massey, RLA

Texas Regional Director, Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture

Mick’s 29 years of experience in municipal government is value added to any community project. His experience as a former Parks and Recreation Director drives his passion for professionals and agencies to “plan your work, and work your plan,” especially when it comes to recreation center planning. Mick’s enthusiasm for public projects is contagious and his knowledge of local government is extremely helpful. He is a registered landscape architect, park planner, and a master at building public consensus.


More Design Glitches & Building Blunders
Recorded 09/25/2018
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