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Workshop Agenda and Participants

DECEMBER 9, 2005, AGENDA

8:30 a.m.

Welcome, introductions, workshop process—Michael Cohn, NRC

8:40 a.m.

Overview of HUD objectives—Carlos Martin, HUD

8:50 a.m.

Overview of the 2000-2002 NRC assessment and HUD’s current response to the NRC findings and recommendations—Manny Gonzalez, KTGY Group, Inc., Workshop Planning Committee

9:15 a.m.

The value of technological innovation in home construction and the role of government/industry partnerships in promoting innovation

 

Sarah Slaughter

10:00 a.m.

Break

10:15 a.m.

Defining success and performance measures for the evaluation and management of PATH

 

Melvin M. Mark

11:00 a.m.

Goal I—Remove barriers and facilitate technology development and adoption

 

Discussion Leaders

  • John Spear, Architect/Realtor, Workshop Planning Group

  • Dave Conover, International Code Council

  • David Hattis, Building Technology, Inc.

  • Bulent Kastarlak, AIA Housing Committee

 

Discussion Questions

  • Is the goal communicated accurately?

  • How important is the goal to the development and diffusion of new technology in housing?

  • Who is the audience and how do they define success?

  • Are there performance measures to measure success?

12:00 p.m.

Lunch

1:00 p.m.

Goal II—Improve technology transfer, development, and adoption through information dissemination



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Proceedings of a Workshop to Review PATH Strategy, Operating Plan, and Performance Measures C Workshop Agenda and Participants DECEMBER 9, 2005, AGENDA 8:30 a.m. Welcome, introductions, workshop process—Michael Cohn, NRC 8:40 a.m. Overview of HUD objectives—Carlos Martin, HUD 8:50 a.m. Overview of the 2000-2002 NRC assessment and HUD’s current response to the NRC findings and recommendations—Manny Gonzalez, KTGY Group, Inc., Workshop Planning Committee 9:15 a.m. The value of technological innovation in home construction and the role of government/industry partnerships in promoting innovation   Sarah Slaughter 10:00 a.m. Break 10:15 a.m. Defining success and performance measures for the evaluation and management of PATH   Melvin M. Mark 11:00 a.m. Goal I—Remove barriers and facilitate technology development and adoption   Discussion Leaders John Spear, Architect/Realtor, Workshop Planning Group Dave Conover, International Code Council David Hattis, Building Technology, Inc. Bulent Kastarlak, AIA Housing Committee   Discussion Questions Is the goal communicated accurately? How important is the goal to the development and diffusion of new technology in housing? Who is the audience and how do they define success? Are there performance measures to measure success? 12:00 p.m. Lunch 1:00 p.m. Goal II—Improve technology transfer, development, and adoption through information dissemination

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Proceedings of a Workshop to Review PATH Strategy, Operating Plan, and Performance Measures   Discussion Leaders Manny Gonzalez, KTGY Group, Inc., Workshop Planning Group Randall A. Cantrell, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and NAHBRC   Discussion Questions Is the goal communicated accurately? How important is the goal to the development and diffusion of new technology in housing? Who is the audience and how do they define success? Are there performance measures to measure success? 2:00 p.m. Goal III—Advance housing technologies research and foster development of new technology   Discussion Leaders Jorge Vanegas, Georgia Institute of Technology, Workshop Planning Group Matt Syal, Michigan State University Chris White, National Institute of Standards and Technology   Discussion Questions Is the goal communicated accurately? How important is the goal to the development and diffusion of new technology in housing? Who is the audience and how do they define success? Are there performance measures to measure success? 3:00 p.m. Break 3:15 p.m. PATH forward—The program plan and performance measures—Wrap-up discussion   Discussion Leaders Mel Mark, Pennsylvania State University, Workshop Planning Group Anny Wong, RAND Mike Luzier, NAHB Mike Chapman, Chapman Homes, PATH Industry Committee   Discussion Questions Is the draft strategy and operating plan the right paradigm? How do we define programmatic success? How are priorities established and what should they be? What are realistic goals given the current funding level? How could these goals change if the funding level changed? Possible strategies for the dissemination of this information to interested parties in the homebuilding industry 4:30 p.m. Adjourn

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Proceedings of a Workshop to Review PATH Strategy, Operating Plan, and Performance Measures PARTICIPANTS Anton Aramayo, University of Wisconsin-Madison Bill Asdal, Asdal & Co. Builders C. Edward Barbour, Navigant Consulting Matt Barnum, McGraw-Hill Construction Luis Borray, Department of Housing and Urban Development Liza K. Bowles, Newport Partners Dana Bres, Department of Housing and Urban Development Hayden Brown, National Institute of Standards and Technology Wendy Butler Burt, Department of Energy Randall A. Cantrell, National Association of Home Builders Research Center Valerie J. Caracelli, Government Accountability Office Michael Chapman, Chapman Homes Michael Cohn, National Research Council, BICE Dave Conover, International Code Council Don Cotchen, McGraw-Hill Construction Michael Crosbie, Steven Winter Associates, Inc. Paul Emrath, National Association of Home Builders Housing Policy Research David Engel, Department of Housing and Urban Development Michael Freedberg, Department of Housing and Urban Development Manuel Gonzalez, KTGY Group, Inc. Makarand (Mark) Hastak, Purdue University David Hattis, Building Technology, Inc. Ross Heitzmann, National Association of Home Builders Research Center Mark Hodges, K. Hovnanian Enterprises, Inc. Adam Hoffberg, Office of Management and Budget Rick Jackson, FIATECH Bulent Kastarlak, AIA Housing Research Committee Kevin Lewis, National Research Council, BICE Michael Luzier, National Association of Home Builders Research Center Melvin Mark, Pennsylvania State University Carlos Martin, Department of Housing and Urban Development John Nosse, International Code Council William O’Brien, University of Texas, Austin James Petersen, Pulte Homes Todd Richardson, Department of Housing and Urban Development Jennifer Rivera, D&R International, Ltd. Michele Russo, McGraw-Hill Construction Stephanie L. Shipman, Government Accountability Office Sarah Slaughter, MOCA Systems John K. Spear, architect and realtor Barry Steffen, Department of Housing and Urban Development Matt Syal, Michigan State University Douglas Thomas, National Institute of Standards and Technology Jorge A. Vanegas, Texas A&M University Mike Weber, Portland Cement Association Chris White, National Institute of Standards and Technology Anny Wong, RAND Joseph L. Wysocki, U.S. Department of Agriculture, CSREES