Construction Case Study: National Museum of African American History and Culture
The National Museum of African American History and Culture is the last building to be erected on the National Mall. It is adjacent to the Washington Monument. Several unique features of the project include the contract arrangements, the foundation system, and the exterior corona. The presentation will introduce the project and describe the unique features. Future presentations will report on ongoing progress of the project.
Speaker: Henry Doyle, PE, CSI, CCCA
Henry Doyle, PE, CSI, CCCA, is a charter member, past President and longtime Treasurer of the NOVA Chapter of CSI. He has been a member of CSI since 1977 and credits his membership as a key to his career in construction. He has participated in several major DC projects including both of the International Monetary Fund Buildings on 19th Street, the East Wing of the National Gallery of Art and renovation of 1225 Connecticut Ave. His career includes major highway, bridge, and utility projects as a Construction Manager and Owner’s Representative.
Main Course (pick one during registration):
- Herb Salmon with Brown Sauce
- Grilled Breast of Chicken with an Apple Cider Brown Sauce
6 pm: Social hour
7 pm: Dinner
8 pm: Program