About the Symposium: The Washington, DC Chapter of the Association for Preservation Technology is pleased to announce its Fall 2023 Symposium. This year's theme is Bridging the Gap between Then and Now: Preservation of Historic Infrastructure. The Symposium will include eight paper sessions, a walking tour at DC's historic Union Station, and an optional happy hour. This year’s Symposium is only available for in-person attendees, no virtual option is being provided.
For a complete list of speakers bios, please visit our Symposium page here.
About the Venue: Our Symposium host will be the Columbus Club at DC's historic Union Station.
We encourage attendees to use public transportation to reach this event; metered street and private garage parking is also available in the area. We will be reserving space in a nearby bar for an optional happy hour following the paper presentations and tour.
Registration includes full breakfast and lunch, AIA CEUs, APT DC swag, and a walking tour of Union Station led by Michael Kramer of The Gilders' Studio, Inc. A separate happy hour ticket includes drinks and light snacks following the Symposium program. Please join us for both!
Continuing Education: 6.5 LU|HSW AIA CES credits approved (5.5 for the presentation sessions and 1 for the walking tour). Please include your AIA number at time of registration.
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