Location: 2nd Floor Lounge
Course ID: C03272014
Number of Sessions: 1
Credits: 1.5 NJ Credits: 1.5 General
1.5 NY Credit:: 1.5 PP; Transitional and Non-transitional
3D Printed Houses? Printable wire? Programmable Piping that expands and contracts on its own?
Come learn the latest capabilities, trends, and applications for 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing in the Architectural and Construction Industry.
We will discuss the practical, legal and regulatory landscape of both plastic and metal applications of this new technology.
Pat Comerford: is
a manufacturer's trial lawyer (McCarter & English, Boston
office) and a frequent speaker on 3D printing.
Kevin Kennon: Kevin Kennon
Architects is an architect, located in New York City, whose work includes large
mixed-use developments to residential interiors and includes cultural
institutions, hotels, resorts, educational facilities, galleries, residences,
commercial spaces, and theaters- domestic and abroad.
Elisabeth Malsch: Dr. Malsch is head of the Advanced
Analytics Group, at Thornton Tomasetti. She has more than 12 years of
experience in modeling and mechanical behavior of structures. She uses 3D
printed models to explain critical structural connections and members in
forensic investigations, and for constructing prototypes in support of
Program Co-sponsor: NYCLA's Construction Law Committee
Moderator: Sarah Biser, McCarter & English
Faculty: Pat Comerford, McCarter & English, Boston Office; Kevin Kennon, Kevin Kennon Architects; Elisabeth Malsch, Advanced Analytics
Group, at Thornton Tomasetti