Gregg Scott, FAIA, Partner Emeritus at RLPS Architects, will be hosting a private walking tour of Historic Downtown Lancaster, highlighting the impressive architecture that can be found along West Chestnut Street. This Lancaster Walking Tour will showcase a diverse mix of commercial and residential buildings reflecting a myriad of architectural styles, all within a few blocks of the city square.
HANDOUTS FOR LANCASTER WALKING TOUR:
The following pdf files are the handouts for tour-goers to reference during the tour:
Woodcrest Villa residents were treated to a photo tour of local architecture featuring C. Emlen Urban a well-known figure who designed many noteworthy Lancaster buildings, along with a mystery architect with a much shorter, but still impressive stint designing buildings in and around Lancaster. Presented by Gregg Scott, FAIA, Partner Emeritus, this three-part series sheds light on many of the back-stories behind the buildings we see today, as well as a few structures that were not able to stand the test of time for various reasons.
Fall is a busy time for conferences at RLPS. It’s a great opportunity to share ideas, learn new things and connect with our clients and business associates. We’re looking forward to seeing you at one of the following events this fall.
We Hope to See You
ERAPPA Annual Meeting – September 29-October 2, 2019 in Erie, PA Summer Breeze: Successful Campus Housing Updates presented by Jonathan Enos, Franklin & Marshall College; Brett Calabretta, Warfel Construction Company; and Carson Parr, RLPS Architects
PASA-PSBA School Leadership Conference – October 16-18, 2019 in Hershey, PA Booth #424
Mid-Atlantic Association of College and University Housing Officers (MACUHO) – October 23-25, 2019 in Atlantic City, NJ
LeadingAge National October 27-30, 2019 in San Diego, CA Booth #2219
- Experience of a Lifetime: The Art of Creating Memorable Hospitality Settings presented by Thomas Garvin, Waverly Heights; Paul Nordeman, Meadowood; Vassar Byrd, Rose Villa; and Eric McRoberts, RLPS Architects
- Let’s Meet in the Middle! Not Too Big – Not Too Small presented by Ric Myers, Willow Valley; and Gregg Scott, RLPS Architects
- 2020 Housing: Innovative Design and Financial Models for Independent Living presented by Paul Vanderveen, Sun Health; Brian Schiff, Brian Schiff & Associates; and Chris Linkey, RLPS Architects
The old adage “Bigger is Better” is not necessarily true as it relates to housing for seniors. The size of an independent living unit, either free-standing or within a larger building is not the determining factor in its marketability or financial success. Rather efficient use of space, the quality of finishes, access to the outdoors and natural light, inviting spaces and amenities, and flexibility are now the benchmarks for marketable and financially successful housing for seniors.
“Living Small to Live Big” explores design techniques, marketing strategies, and case study examples for creating appealing smaller units.
Click on the title link to download a pdf version of “Living Small to Live Big“.
Interested in this or a similar presentation for your community? Please contact us at your convenience.
Spring is a busy time for conferences at RLPS. It’s a great opportunity for sharing ideas, learning new things and connecting with our clients and business associates. Please let us know if you will be attending any of the upcoming conferences so that we can say hello.
WE HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON!
LeadingAge Florida Convention and Exposition– July 22 – 23; Orlando Florida – Booth 301
PA Educational Leadership Summit sponsored by the Pennsylvania Association of School Administrators and the Pennsylvania Principals Association – August 4 – 6; Kalahari Resorts Pocono – Booth
THANKS TO ALL WHO ATTENDED!
Pennsylvania Association of School Board Officials (PASBO) – Booth 116
KAPPA/DVAPPA Spring Meeting – Summer Breeze, Successful Campus Housing Updates presented by Mike Wetzel, Franklin & Marshall College, Brett Calabretta, Warfel Construction and Carson Parr / Booth
LeadingAge Leadership Summit – Experience Design for Senior Living presented by Buck Sleeper, EPAM Continuum and Gregg Scott / Kiosk
National School Board Association (NSBA) – Media Center Design Challenge: Hands-on Student Experience Utilizing the 4 C’s
LeadingAge Illinois – The Wave of the Future: Urban Senior Housing Opportunities by Jeff Heitgerd, CliftonLarsonAllen, Eric McRoberts and Dustin Julius and Make Your Markque: Holistic Branding Strateiges for Senior Living Communities by Andrea Guarino and John Mulder, 3Seed Marketing and Jessie Santini / Booth
Environments for Aging (EFA) – April 7 – 10; Salt Lake City, Utah / Get Smart: Smart Home Design Strategies to Improve Quality of Life & Support Aging in Place by Patrick Sampsell, Masonic Villages and Dan Godfrey; Make Your Marque: Holistic Branding Strategies for Senior Living Communities by Rob Love, Love & Company and Jessie Santini; Community Conversation: Designing for People Living with Dementia by Michael Smith, Livewell Alliance, Inc. and Dustin Julius and Better Baths and Creative Kitchen Designs by Eric McRoberts and Jessica Jack.
LeadingAge Maine and New Hampshire Conference & Expo – April 10 – 11; Portsmouth, NH – Innovation Exchange – Hybrid Homes – Evolution in Independent Living by Bill James, RiverMead, Eric Endres and Rob Beal
LeadingAge North Carolina Annual Conference – May 6 – 9; Myrtle Beach, SC – Housing 2020: Innovative Design and Financial Models for Independent Living by Mario McKenzie, CliftonLarsonAllen, Craig Kimmel and Brent Stebbins
Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania (AICUP) Meeting on Collaboration – June 19 – 20, Harrisburg, PA – A Second Life for a 50-Year-Old Building by Steve Bobb, Dickinson College, Mike Rader, Barton Education and Carson Parr and Summer Breeze, Successful Campus Housing Updates presented by Jon Enos, Franklin & Marshall College, Brett Calabretta, Warfel Construction and Carson Parr
LeadingAge Pennsylvania Conference – June 19 – 21; Hershey, PA – Bon Appetit: Experience Design in Senior Living by Thomas Garvin, Waverly Heights, Andrey Teleguz, Scopos Hospitality Group and Chris Linkey and Extending Housing and Services to the Middle Market by Lynn Daly, BB&T, Bev Asper, Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP and Craig Kimmel
Masonic Communities & Services Association (MCSA) Conference – June 23 – 25; Portland, OR
Gregg Scott, FAIA, Partner Emeritus at RLPS Architects, will be hosting a private walking tour of Historic Downtown Lancaster, highlighting the impressive architectural career of Lancaster’s own C. Emlen Urban. This tour will highlight a diverse mix of commercial and residential buildings reflecting a myriad of architectural styles, all within a few blocks of the city square.
HANDOUT FOR TOUR:
The following is a pdf file for tour-goers to reference during the tour: Lancaster Walking Tour: Urban’s Architecture
Thank you to our many clients and business associates, as well as new connections, from this year’s event in Philadelphia! We attended a number of great sessions sharing new ideas, current challenges and emerging trends.
RLPSers were also be part of the speaker’s panel for the following educational sessions at this year’s conference. Click on the session title to download handouts:
131-B. Design Strategies for Big Living in Small Spaces – Monday, October 29, 2018 / 8:00 – 9:30 a.m.
Ric Myers, Director of Sales, Willow Valley Communities and Gregg Scott
32-G. Extending Housing and Services to the Middle Market – Wednesday, October 31, 2018 / 8:00 – 9:30 a.m.
Beverly Asper, director, Baker Tilly; Lynn Daly, Senior Vice President, BB&T Capital Markets; and Craig Kimmel
165-H. Fostering an Employee-Centered Workplace – Wednesday, October 31, 2018 / 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Steve Jeffrey, Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer, Garden Spot Village Retirement Community; Lisa McCracken, Director Senior Living Research and Development, Ziegler; and Jessie Santini
More information is available on the LeadingAge Conference website.
We hope to see many of our clients and business associates at this always busy, informative, and enjoyable conference. Please stop by RLPS Architects’ booth #50/51 or RLPS Interiors’ booth #30. We’ll also be participating in the following education sessions:
Pixel Perfect – Design Technology for Today and Tomorrow
Thursday, June 21st, 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Solutions for the Middle Market Senior Housing
Thursday, June 21st, 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
The Wave of the Future: Urban Senior Housing
Friday, June 22nd, 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Attracting & Retaining Highly Engaged Workers Through Strategic Person-Centered & Environmental Initiatives
Friday, June 22nd, 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Achieving Long Term Goals: Implementing Your Master Plan While Adapting to Emerging Trends and Government Policy
Friday, June 22nd, 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Big Ideas in the Big Easy
We hope to see many of our clients and business associates at this year’s event in New Orleans! Please stop by our Booth #1110 or the RLPS Interiors Booth #1121. For our theme this year, “Big Ideas in the Big Easy,” we’ll be highlighting several projects recently selected for the Design for Aging Review and some 3D printed site models, as well as providing “hands-on” demonstrations of our 3D scanner used for digital surveying and virtual reality walkthroughs using an Oculus Rift.
Thanks to all who stopped by our booths or attended one of our education sessions. As always it was a busy, informative and enjoyable conference. You can still download the handouts for “Live LIfe Vibrantly” or “What to Build” by clicking on the title below. Please use the Contact Us form to request the handout for “SMARTHome Technology.”
24-C Live Life Vibrantly: How to Create a Culture of Hospitality
Thursday, June 22nd, 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
How Innovative SMARThome Technology and Design Helps Seniors Maintain Independence and Aging in Place
Thursday, June 22nd, 2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
What to Build? The Anatomy of a Future-Oriented Expansion
Friday, June 23rd, 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.