The Architect-Engineer Collaboration

Education - Lecture/Discussion - WPI Only

Tuesday, January 21, 2014
5:00 PM-5:50 PM

Kaven Hall
204

Diana Nicklaus: Based in Boston, Massachusetts, Diana is a licensed architect with over 17 years of international project experience. Diana started practicing architecture in New York in the studio of Pei Cobb Freed, and worked in Venice, Italy, and Cleveland before relocating to Boston. Her work includes a broad mix of project types, from world-class museums and educational spaces to hospital campuses and airports. She is committed to supporting and encouraging diversity in the AEC industry, and participates in a number of related initiatives in Boston. Diana is currently leading the architectural practice of Stantec in Boston.

Lecture: How do architects and engineers collaborate? Through a study of project examples, this lecture will look at how professionals effectively share the design process, tools for collaboration, and the critical role of communication skills.

Suggested Audiences: College

E-mail: CEE@wpi.edu

Last Modified: January 15, 2014 at 3:01 PM

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