February 9, 2023
4:00pm - 6:00pm
1771 N St NW
Washington, DC 20036
Closest Metro Stop:
Farragut North (red line)
Farragut West (blue, orange, silver lines)
Additional information regarding the event and the registration link can be found at the following link: Building New Value from an Existing Asset: The Story of Dupont’s 1771 N Street | AIA|DC (aiadc.com)
Registration Fee: AIA, Assoc. AIA, & DAC Members $15; Non-members $25; Student $0
Presented by: Name Here, Name Here, and Name Here
Moderated by: Name Here
A BEC | DC Event
Through the incorporation of sustainable design elements, rejuvenated outdoor spaces, and interior improvements, the 1771 N Street design team transformed the 1960s legacy building into an amenity-rich, trophy class, LEED v4 BD+C Gold office building. Designed to support occupant health and well-being, the building features enhanced indoor air quality strategies, highly efficient HVAC systems, and an abundance of natural light, courtesy of the curved glass curtain wall on the southwest façade. For 1771 N Street, the utilization of sustainable strategies reduced costs and created revenue-generating opportunities, while benefiting the local community and environment.
Located in Dupont Circle, the building’s proximity to public transportation, as well as local DC businesses and landmarks, plays an active role in supporting the economy and creating a diverse and accessible space for all. Through the collaboration of the design team, the project was designed to meet the growing needs of residents, commuters, and visitors of Downtown DC. Since the project’s completion in 2021, 1771 N Street has served as a symbol of equitable design in the local community and a model for future developments in the DC Metro area.
After attending this course, participants will be able to:
Identify the sustainable design elements of the 1771 N Street project that support occupant health, well-being, and accessibility.
Understand how modernization projects such as 1771 N Street contribute to an equitable future for DC residents, commuters, and visitors.
Identify the role and responsibility that each team member has in the creation of an equitable, sustainable, and innovative project.
Understand how to implement universal design principles to meet the changing needs of the built environment.
4:00 - 4:20 - Presentation + Panel Discussion
4:20 - 5:20 - Project Tour
5:20 - 6:00 - Happy Hour in Penthouse Space
Managing Director, Stream Realty Partners
Charlie is responsible for managing all construction and development projects for Stream’s Washington, DC office. Charlie leads the team on capital, tenant improvement and development projects across various product types including office, industrial and retail. Charlie’s experience working as both a general contractor and senior manager of project management and development for a local REIT provides him with a solid foundation to manage a diverse range of complex projects. Charlie’s experience on multiple job sites and types, coupled with his effective project management techniques, enable him to routinely meet or exceed quality standards for clients or institutional real estate entities.
Chloe Hiyu, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Sr. Principal, Sr. Project Manager, HOK
Chloe Hiyu is a registered architect and sr. project manager with 18 years of experience in design and architecture. She works closely with institutional and developer clients and brings extensive experience working with the various jurisdictions in the Washington, DC metro area, from the land use zoning process through the occupancy of the building. Chloe strongly believes that collaborative teams can deliver great projects and leads multi-disciplinary design teams to understand clients’ needs, devise innovative solutions and create sustainable, healthy spaces in our built environment.
James Hansen, PE, LEED AP
Senior Principal, GHT Limited
Equipped with more than 20 years of experience, Senior Principal James Hansen delivers engineering design, energy modeling, and project management support for a wide range of projects at GHT Limited. James' portfolio includes extensive experience with the renovation and repositioning of commercial office buildings. In his long-standing career at GHT, James has developed best practices for sustainability and provided a wealth of sustainable design resources. James' mastery of energy modeling, energy codes, and green codes in DC has positioned him as a valuable resource to clients and teaming partners.
Susan Dawson, LEED AP BD+C
Director of Marketing, GHT Limited
As the Director of Marketing for GHT Limited, Susan develops and implements marketing policies and sets marketing strategies firm-wide, including internal and external communications, public relations, branding, and thought leadership. Since joining the firm in 2016, she has helped cement GHT’s position as one of the largest locally owned engineering firms in the region and demonstrates an unparalleled commitment to their core values of Integrity, Innovation, Client Focus and Excellence. Susan works with the Board of Directors to organize, plan, and manage the firm’s sales efforts in new and existing markets; influence policies in Production, Administration and Human Resources; and champions the GHT culture.