Fri, Feb 18



CLF DC Case Study: 80 M Street

Mass Timber Structure in Washington, DC

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CLF DC Case Study: 80 M Street

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Feb 18, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM


About the Event

Join the CLF DC Hub and team members of the 80 M Street Mass Timber project for a presentation on design approach, sustainability, procurement, scheduling, and more! Lauren Wingo (Arup), Jason Wright (Hickok Cole), and Sean Fox (DAVIS) will walk us through the innovative Washington, DC project.

Lauren Wingo is a licensed structural engineer in Arup’s Washington, DC office. She is a regional expert in structural sustainability and applies this knowledge to her projects, focusing on reinvigorating existing building assets and utilizing low embodied carbon structural materials. Her project work ranges from a mass timber high school gymnasium to a large-scale adaptive reuse project. Lauren serves on the Structural Engineering Institute's Sustainability Committee and leads the database development effort for the SE 2050 Commitment Program. Lauren is a member of the District of Columbia Construction Codes Coordinating Board Structural Task Group where she supports efforts to review and update local building codes.

Sean Fox is a Senior Project Manager in the Renovation ad Repositioning group at DAVIS Construction. He uses his logistics planning skills to set objectives and ensures each goal is met through open communication and a dedication to quality. Sean is a proactive leader with years of experience leading project teams to success, and his management approach guarantees all project objectives are met. He knows a successful building requires a comprehensive strategy with all partners involved, and he’s a critical part of why DAVIS delivers exceptional service.

Jason Wright is an Associate Principal and Senior Project Architect at Hickok Cole with nearly two decades of experience designing, renovating, and constructing commercial and institutional buildings. Jason is a registered architect in Virginia and LEED AP B+C accredited. He is a member of AIA, DCBIA, NFPA, and DCBIA DLD, as well as DCRA Technical Advisor Groups on Fire and Life Safety and Accessibility. Jason’s award-winning projects have been featured in a variety of design publications including retrofit, ArchitectureDC, Think Wood, and Bisnow. His most noteworthy projects include 80 M Street, DC’s first mass timber office renovation, Anthem Row at 700-800 K, and 1701 Rhode Island NW.

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