7:00PM — 601 Prince Street, 3rd Floor
Washington, DC is leading the way as a member of the 100 Resilient Cities Network and working to build the civic infrastructure of the future. New public projects fulfill the capital city’s mission to promote wellness, conserve the environment, and provide universal access. This panel will discuss the part sustainable facilities play in equitable design, community resilience, and green infrastructure. Case studies will include the first center with integrated natural ventilation, designed on biophilic principles as a resilient hub in the face of floods and power outages.
Panelists Kevin Bush, Chief Resilience Officer for Washington, DC; Keith Anderson, Director of the DC Department of General Services; and Rick Schneider, AIA-LEED, Principal of ISTUDIO Architects will speak on their areas of expertise before engaging in a dynamic conversation to examine the issues, challenges, and possibilities of a Resilient City – moderated by Susan Piedmont-Palladino, Director of the WAAC of the CAUS-VT.
1.5 GBCI Credits (Self-Report)
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