DLR Group Principal Khary Knowles, LEED AP.

  • Who: Khary Knowles, principal, DLR Group.
  • What: Leading the Charge: Major Districts Explore the How-To's on Navigating Bureaucracy & Making a Difference.
    This panel will gather major districts across the nation to provide expertise on the current state of facilities. Moderated by DLR Group Principal Khary Knowles, LEED AP, the group will show experience exploring different approaches to navigating the politics and bureaucratic landscape in order to drive impact while improving the learning experience. These districts will divulge relatable strategies that are applicable to districts of all sizes.
  • Where: K-12 Facilities Forum
    Loews Coronado Bay Resort
    4000 Coronado Bay Rd,
    Coronado, CA 92118
  • When: Monday, November 18 at 9:50 AM

(L) DLR Group Principal Khary Knowles, LEED AP. (R) DLR Group Principal Dennis Bane, AIA, LEED AP.

  • Who: Khary Knowles, principal, DLR Group; Dennis Bane, principal, DLR Group.
  • What: The VALUES Prioritization Game: An Integral Approach to Facilities Planning.
  • User Experience – dubbed UX – in buildings is the totality of the effects felt by a user as a result of interacting with the building. This includes the influence of usability, usefulness, and emotional impact during interaction, as well as savoring the memory after interaction. Enhancing UX through the VALUES framework promises outcomes such as environmental/economic; and life cycle flexibility and sustainability.
    DLR Group’s three-step process helps qualify your own district’s level of interactive, integrated, and innovative facility needs “moving forward”. We will help districts (and their consultants) have constructive internal conversations by leveraging a productive lens and forecasting any potential responses of specific educational and facilities goals.
  • Where: K-12 Facilities Forum
    Loews Coronado Bay Resort
    4000 Coronado Bay Rd,
    Coronado, CA 92118
  • When: Tuesday, November 19 at 11:15 AM
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