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Saturday, October 17 • 2:55pm - 3:55pm
Preservation & Cultural Heritage Matters LIMITED

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Discuss specific examples of historic landmark projects that were the catalyst for urban renewal & revitalization. These are buildings of significance as they authentically represent the stories and lives of people of our past. Preservation of these buildings have proven to be an economic revitalization strategy in many communities around the country. A Primer on how to negotiate the agency and historic review process to meet project goals.

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Dale Glenwood Green

Assistant Professor, Morgan State University
Dale Glenwood Green is a Partner with Sulton Campbell Britt & Associates, P.C. an Architecture, Historic Preservation, Planning and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) consulting firm based in Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD. Green is a Professor of Architecture and Historic Preservation, a LEED Accredited Professional, a Historical Architect in accordance with the Secretary of the Interiors Professional Qualifications (36 CFR... Read More →

Ronnie McGhee

Mr. McGhee has thirty years of professional practice in architecture including fifteen years as partner-in-charge of a Washington D.C. based architectural firm, R. McGhee & Associates, specializing in sustainable architecture, urban design, interior design, historic preservation and adaptive reuse. He has designed and worked on numerous DC Landmark and US Park Service (USPS), National Register Listed properties, served on the DC Historic... Read More →

Saturday October 17, 2015 2:55pm - 3:55pm
03 - Rhythms Sheraton Hotel
  • CEU Hours 1