DC Metro CSI March at CORE: Exterior Wall Design Panel Sponsored by SAGE Glass

Tuesday, March 19 2019, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM [EST]

1010 Wisconsin Ave NW, Suite 405, Washington, DC, 20007, United States

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Tuesday, March 19 2019, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM [EST]

CORE, 1010 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC, 20007, United States.

Please join us at the offices of CORE for our March meeting!

5:30 PM - Networking (Food and Drink Provided), Tabletop Display and Education by SAGE Glass (Barbara J Sales)

6:30 PM - Presentation

Our panel from CORE DC will present two relevant, engaging topics on exterior wall design.

6:30 PM

"Designing a tight envelope with minimal exterior wall space and two different wall cladding materials at 1701 14th Street NW"

 

Speaker: Dean Hutchison, AIA, Project Manager

 

7:00 PM

"Solving fire propagation issues in Mass Timber exterior bearing wall assemblies"

 

Speaker: Michael Borissow, Designer

 

About Our Panel

 

Dean Hutchison works on a wide range of project types at CORE architecture + design, from base building office to multi-family residential and institutional buildings as well as retail tenancy fit-outs. He has a deep understanding of sustainable design systems and has experience developing contract documents for buildings that range in size from 2,000 square feet to

 

600,000 square feet. Dean recently worked on the design team for a new LEED Platinum office building on Massachusetts Avenue. He strives to design contextual architecture that feels like it has been a part of the neighborhood for decades. Dean excels in all phases of a project, from design to construction administration, and he goes out of his way to establish strong relationships with those involved.

 

Michael Borissow has over 10 years of design experience, working on a wide range of low- and mid-rise residential projects in Washington, DC, including additions, renovations, adaptive reuse, historic preservation, and new construction. Over the past few years with CORE architecture + design, he has expanded his repertoire, excelling in all phases of commercial office and multi-family residential design. In addition to his design abilities, Michael has developed an exceptional technical skill-set in areas such as exterior skin systems and heavy timber construction.

 

Thank you to our sponsor, SAGE Glass and Barbara J Sales!

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