2017 Symposium - "Energy Efficiency of Historic Sites"

  • Friday, May 12, 2017
  • 8:00 AM - 4:45 PM
  • The Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington, 3200 Mount Vernon Highway, Mount Vernon, Virginia 22121
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The 2017 APT DC Symposium theme is "Energy Efficiency of Historic Sites," focusing on methods for increasing the efficiency of traditional buildings while maintaining the integrity of the cultural resources. Presenters from across the DC metropolitan area will cover local energy code requirements, energy modeling technologies to identify efficiency strategies, conservation treatments to sensitively remediate common areas of energy loss in a variety of historic building fabrics, and local case studies.

For more information on the day's agenda and full slate of speakers, please click here. Doors open at 8 AM, and the presentations begin at 9 AM. The symposium will conclude at 4:45 PM, followed by a happy hour reception for all guests. Breakfast, lunch, and happy hour are all included in the registration.

We are pleased to be hosting this year's symposium at the beautiful Fred W. Smith Library at George Washington's Mt. Vernon. In keeping with the library's policies, we are offering free registration for all attendees. If you would like to make a donation to help APT DC offset the costs of the event, please see the DONATIONS section of the registration form. Sponsorship opportunities are available for those who would like to share their organization or business with a large audience of design and preservation professionals. Please click here for more information on sponsoring the symposium.

6 AIA LU/HSW credits have been requested from AIA. If you would like to receive credits, please select during registration. See the CONTINUING EDUCATION section of the registration form. Credits must be paid in advance of the event.

For the full schedule and list of presentations, visit the symposium page.

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