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APT DC: Repairing the Washington Monument

  • 1.  APT DC: Repairing the Washington Monument

    Posted 03-06-2015 20:27
    This message has been cross posted to the following Discussion Forums: Public Architects Committee and Historic Resources Committee .
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     Do you live in the DMV? Were you unable to attend the recent Lunchtime Learning presentation at the AIA|DC District Architecture Center on preserving the Washington Monument post-August 2011 earthquake? Did you register only to learn that the event was full and there would not be a waiting list? Or maybe you never even heard about it because you aren't on the AIA|DC mailing list (shame on you!)!  No matter, you are in luck. Connie Lai, Historic Preservation Manager for Grunley Construction, is an APT DC member and she has graciously agreed to give the presentation again for our chapter. See below for full details regarding the event.

    Repairing the Washington Monument
    March 19, 2015
    6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    Beyer Blinder Belle
    3307 M Street NW, Suite 301
    Washington, DC 20007

    Join APT DC at Beyer Blinder Belle on Thursday, March 19 as APT DC Member, Constance Lai, Historic Preservation Manager of Grunley Construction Company, Inc. discusses the construction process of repairing the Washington Monument after the damage sustained from the August 2011 earthquake. We expect this to be a popular lecture, so please register early.

    1.0 LU/HSW AIA/PDH has been requested. Please select the appropriate registration if you would like to receive credits/hours.

    Metered street parking is available on M Street beginning at 6:30pm. The nearest metro stations are Foggy Bottom and Rosslyn on the Orange, Blue and Silver Lines. The program will begin at 6:45. Light refreshments will be served.

    If you have any questions, please contact us at info@aptdc.org.

    To register, visit the event page.

    $0.00 APT DC Member Ticket

    $5.00 APT DC Member Ticket (includes $5 for CEU/PDH)

     

    $10.00 Non-APT DC Member Ticket

     

    $15.00 Non-APT DC Member Ticket (includes $5 for CEU/PDH)

    Hope to see some of you there. Please say hi! (and sign up for the AIA|DC email list even if you are a member of a different chapter - they have some amazing events.).
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    Ronda Bernstein
    Historical Consultant
    APT WASHINGTON CHAPTER INCORPORATED
    Washington DC
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