10th and G Street Offices Construction Watch Tour with the National Building Museum


10th & G Street Offices Under Construction
On Saturday, June 25, 2011, the National Building Museum will be hosting a Construction Watch Tour of Cunningham | Quill Architects’ 10th & G Street Offices and First Congregational United Church of Christ. The 188,000 sf building, located in downtown Washington, DC, is a dynamic mixed-use project consisting of office, retail, and church worship space. The project, immediately adjacent to the Martin Luther King Jr. Library and across from CQA’s Mather Building, is expected to achieve LEED Gold Certification.
National Building Museum Construction Watch Tours typically emphasize special construction methods and innovative technologies used in the building process, whether with Historic Preservation projects or cutting-edge sustainable projects. According to the NBM website, “Because the tours are led by developers, architects, and contractors, they offer direct access to key figures who are shaping our built environment.”
Cunningham | Quill Architects Associate, Michael Day, AIA, LEED-AP, will lead the tour on Saturday, June 25. For more information on the National Building Museum’s Construction Watch Tour of 10th & G Street Offices, or to purchase tickets, please visit the National Building Museum. For more information on 10th & G Street Offices, please visit Cunningham | Quill Architects.