Wednesday, September 16 2020
Join FOX Architects for a tour of their work strengthening our downtown neighborhood and transforming the central business district through responsible design that prioritizes wellness and sustainability. Visit the firm’s Fitwel Three-Star-Rated office, tour 1901 L Street, which will be the first WELL-certified building in Washington, DC, and Alexander Court, a one-million-square-foot building recycling project. Learn about cutting-edge solutions to improve well-being in the built environment and for reusing structures without creating needless waste.
This tour is limited to 10 attendees plus two guides. Walk-ups without reservation will not be permitted and there will be no waitlist should any attendee cancel their reservation due to illness or suspected symptoms of a COVID-19 infection. Participants who cancel will be refunded.
All participants are required to wear face coverings over their nose and mouth at all times. AIA|DC and the Washington Architectural Foundation requests that all participants avoid physical contact with others, bring their own hand sanitizer and bottled water, and practice social distancing of at least six feet between participants at all times.
By participating in this tour, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19, acknowledge that such matters are beyond the control of AIA|DC and the Washington Architectural Foundation, and agree to abide by our safety guidelines for this tour.
Organized by: FOX Architects
At the completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Explore the first WELL- certified building in Washington, DC;
Investigate the sustainable practice of building recycling and the complex construction methods required to recycle buildings;
Analyze how building recycling promotes an equitable, sustainable future by doing more with less resources; and
Explain a Fitwell Three-Star-Rated office space: the highest rating in this wellness certification system.