THE VALUE OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING
This Friday Forum will discuss the value of affordable housing. The number of people living in and needing affordable housing continues to grow. How can architects design and get funding for these types of projects? This type of housing is very much needed in order to support the welfare and well-being of a large part of our community.
1. Basic architect qualifications required by affordable housing developers
2. Value-added architectural services of interest to affordable housing developers
3. What constitutes a successful affordable housing project / design, as illustrated by several case study projects
4. Typical architectural fee ranges for affordable housing design services
Friday, November 13
Brookside Country Club (adjacent to Rose Bowl)
1133 N. Rosemont Ave.
$20 AIA Member pre-registered
$30 Non-AIA Member pre-registered
$40 at the door
$5 Student (w/ valid ID)
Senior Vice President, Century Housing
As Senior Vice President of Lending, Mr. Wooler oversees Loan Originations, Loan Administration and Loan Servicing. During Mr. Wooler tenure at Century, he has originated over a quarter of a billion dollars in loans and credit enhancements, which resulted in the development of more than 5,000 workforce and low income housing units in Southern California.
Mr. Wooler is also responsible for overseeing Century participation in the County of Los Angeles’ Innovation Fund and the City of Los Angeles’ New Generation Fund. Mr. Wooler is also a member of the Los Angeles County Housing Development Loan Committee.
Mr. Wooler is a graduate of the University of Southern California, with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the Marshall School of Business.
1.5 AIA CES/LU pending