SK&A Assistant Project Manager David Klein, PE presented at the third stop of the tour: The Wray. Formerly home to U.S. State Department offices, The Wray is now a luxury apartment building. SK&A provided the Due Diligence phase studies and also served as the Structural Engineer of Record (SER) for this adaptive reuse project.
More about this AEI DC event held October 18th:
“The Architectural Engineering Institute (AEI) DC Committee invites you on an insider walking tour of notable buildings in Foggy Bottom! The Foggy Bottom neighborhood contains a unique mix of new buildings and respect for historic and monumental buildings that is unparalleled. From George Washington University to the Kennedy Center, we will hear about many of the iconic historic and new projects in this neighborhood. Join AEI DC and ASCE NCS for a walking tour of the sites and stories in Foggy Bottom. On our 60-minute, 1-mile walking tour, you’ll hear about notable buildings from the engineers who helped design and build them. Join us afterward for drinks after the last stop.”