McMillan: A Design Vision For Preservation, Development and Open space in Washington, DC

Lecture

Mathew Bell FAIA, Christian Calleri AIA, Emily Eig, Steve Callcott, Kirk Mettham PE, Carolyn Brown JD, Anne Corbett, Jeff Aten PLA, CLARB, ASLA, Ryan Brannan

Date/Time
April 20, 2016 - 5:45 PM
Location
ARC 0204

Lecture and panel presentation on the vision for the McMillan Sand Filtration Site.

Marvin Breckinridge Patterson Historic Preservation Lecture

 

Lecture:

  • Matthew Bell, FAIA, UMD Professor

 

Panel:

  • Matthew Bell, FAIA + Christian Calleri, AIA - Perkins Eastman
  • Emily Eig, President/CEO - EHT Traceries
  • Steve Callcott - D.C. Historic Preservation Oce
  • Kirk Mettam, PE, Executive Vice President - Silman
  • Carolyn Brown, J.D. - CastroHaase+Brown
  • Anne Corbett - Vision McMillan Partners
  • Jeff Aten, PLA, CLARB, ASLA - Nelson Byrd Woltz
  • Ryan Brannan - Bowman Consulting Group

 

Reception sponsored by Perkins Eastman

 

The accompanying exhibition--on display in the Great Space Mezzanine at the School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation from March 21 - May 22, 2016--focuses on on five phased, mixed-use projects currently in design, development review or construction, in Washington, DC: The Yards, The Wharf, Burnham Place at Union Station, Capitol Crossing and the McMillan Sand Filtration Site.

 

Exhibition Curator: Mary Konsoulis, AICP, Consulting for Creative Community


 

Sponsors:

 

  • AECOM, Akridge, Beyer Blinder Belle, Bonstra | Haresign ARCHITECTS,
  • Cunningham | Quill Architects, Homan Madison, Jair Lynch Development
  • Partners, Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates, LLC, Kohn
  • Peterson Fox, LAB Inc., Lee & Associates, Michael Vergason Landscape
  • Architects, Ltd., MV+A Architects, Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape
  • Architects, Perkins Eastman, Property Group Partners, Shalom Baranes
  • Associates Architects, Silman, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, LLP
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Speakers

Mathew Bell FAIA


Master Plan and Architecture, Perkins Eastman

Christian Calleri AIA


Master Plan and Architecture, Perkins Eastman

Emily Eig


President/CEO, EHT Traceries

Steve Callcott


DC Historic Preservation Office

Kirk Mettham PE


Executive Vice President, Silman

Carolyn Brown JD


CastroHaase+Brown PLLC

Anne Corbett


Vision McMillan Partners

Jeff Aten PLA, CLARB, ASLA


Nelson Byrd Woltz

Ryan Brannan


Bowman Consulting Group