IPTW 2012, Charleston SC parallel conference with APT

  • September 30, 2012
  • October 03, 2012
  • Historic Charleston, South Carolina

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Registration includes a conference T-Shirt, daily coffee, admission to all IPTW demonstrations and APT paper sessions, Keynote Speaker, IPTW/APT Partner Reception, and Vendor Exhibits. Lunches, APT/IPTW Post-Keynote Social, and the PTN BBQ Dinner/Auction must be selected for an additional cost.
  • Registration includes a conference T-Shirt, daily coffee, admission to all IPTW demonstrations and APT paper sessions, Keynote Speaker, IPTW/APT Partner Reception, and Vendor Exhibits. Lunches, APT/IPTW Post-Keynote Social, and the PTN BBQ Dinner/Auction must be selected for an additional cost.
  • Must submit copy of current school ID or a signed letter from school rep or mentor.

    Registration includes a conference T-Shirt, daily coffee, admission to all IPTW demonstrations and APT paper sessions, Keynote Speaker, IPTW/APT Partner Reception, and Vendor Exhibits. Lunches, APT/IPTW Post-Keynote Social, and the PTN BBQ Dinner/Auction must be selected for an additional cost.
  • Admissions to sessions only, all other events extra.
  • Must submit copy of current school ID or a signed letter from school rep or mentor. Includes: Registration, T-Shirt, Coffee. Does not become a member. Keynote Speaker, extended Wednesday Sessions, ongoing sessions at Jail
  • [Security code required]Registration, T-Shirt, Coffee. Keynote Speaker, Member meeting

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Senior & Student/Apprentice must be a PTN member to receive a special rate.

You are invited to join the Preservation Trades Network and the Association for Preservation Technology International (APT) for their first parallel Annual Conferences, September 30 - October 3, 2012 in historic Charleston, South Carolina. The overlapping philosophies between the both organizations will be brought to the fore as we create a collaborative experience. The active collaboration between preservationists, architects, engineers and the building trades to preserve our future and past will be a driving force of preservation practice in this new century. As leaders in their respective fields PTN and APT are reuniting to define a new approach to interaction between preservation technologies and the preservation trades.

The IPTW official headquarters will be the Embassy Suites Hotel, with special event rates for IPTW attendees.  To register a room, click on the link above.  Demonstrations will be held at Wragg Square and the Old City Jail (American College of the Building Arts).   Additional hotel and lodging information is here.

Updates on IPTW will be provided via email to all registrants.

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