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KWK Architects Principal Dick Kirschner to Speak at InterFaceOn-Campus Housing Conference in Philadelphia

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KWK Architects principal and a leading expert in higher education design Dick Kirschner, AIA, has been invited to speak at the 5th annual InterFace On-Campus Housing Conference, Oct. 24-26, in Philadelphia, PA.

The conference features workshops, roundtables and panel sessions that focus on collaboration, sustainable success and best practices for on-campus housing. A variety of topics are planned for the conference including:  P3 financing, designing for Generation Z, keeping up with technology, trends in housing for international students, how to write an effective RFP, and more.

Kirschner will be participating in an architecture panel discussion. Kirschner is a seasoned professional with nearly 40 years of design experience. He has focused his career on the planning, design and construction of university, healthcare, K-12, corporate and cultural institution facilities throughout the Midwest and Southeast. For the past 18 years, Kirschner has concentrated on student life projects and is recognized as an industry leader in the master planning of housing that supports a vibrant and financially stable campus community.

Participants at the conference will include college and university housing experts, business advisors, student housing developers, architects, contractors, vendors and more. Tours of on-campus housing at Drexel University and the University of Philadelphia are also planned for participants.

For more information about the conference, visit http://www.cvent.com/events/2017-interface-on-campus-housing/event-summary-ce0e8d7f25ae49afafc27210c5610116.aspx. 

Founded in 2013 by five architects with a combined 120 years of higher education knowledge and experience, KWK Architects partners with colleges and universities across the United States to create innovative and inspiring places that enhance campus life. 

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