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Webinar #3: COVID-19: Creating DC's Construction Best Practices, featuring Jordan McLean of HITT Contracting, and Terrence Caulfield of Coakley & Williams Construction.
Webinar #5: DCBIA Young Leaders Committee Presents: Navigating the Real Estate Job Market in Times of Stability and Uncertainty, featuring Lisa Mallory, PhD, CEO, DCBIA, Certified Master Coach and Intergenerational workplace expert and Mike Bush, Founder/Executive Director/Career Advisor, Real Estate Associates Program (REAP) and Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University in Urban Development and Real Estate
Webinar #6: ReOpen DC: A Conversation About Real Estate and Construction. Moderated by our CEO, Lisa Mallory, DCBIA President and leaders of the ReOpen DC Advisory Group Real Estate & Construction subcommittees, discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the public and private sectors to ensure a safe and successful reopening of our city.
Webinar #7: DCBIA Housing Committee Presents: The State of Residential Green Building Amidst COVID-19. Overview of residential green building industry, its history, current landscape and trends for the future by James Ball, Vice President of Business Development, MaGrann Associates.
Webinar #8: Virtual Walk through: City Ridge. Richard Lake, Principal of Roadside Development, discusses the safety efforts taking place during the construction process of the vibrant 1.15 million sq. ft. mixed use urban development, City Ridge, arriving in 2022. The project showcases 690 residential units, 159,000 sq. ft of office space, and 154,000 sq. ft. of retail space, anchored by the first Wegmans grocery store in the District.
Webinar #9: Recruiting and Retaining Talent in the Building Industry. Moderated by Jazmen Johnson, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at ICSC, Industry experts, Stephanie Duncan, COO, Stonebridge, Steve Hawryluk, Director, Davis Construction, and Robert Holzbach, AIA, LEED AP, Principal and Director of Staff Operations, Hickok Cole, revealed their approach for recruiting and retaining talent, and how COVID-19 has impacted staffing and workload in their respective disciplines.
Webinar #10: DCBIA Commercial Office Retail Committee Presents: The National and Local Retail Market Amidst COVID-19. Presentations by CBRE leaders, Melina Cordero, Managing Director, CBRE Capital Markets, Michael Zacharia, Executive Vice President, and Ian Anderson, Director of Research and Analysis.
DCBIA Housing Committee Co-Chairs Clint Mann, President of Urban Pace and Charles Warren, Principal of Teass | Warren Architects invite you to hear from Jeff C. Utz, Director, Goulston & Storrs and DCBIA Board member and Co-Chair of the DCBIA Public Policy & Regulation Committee.
Webinar #12: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: How Can We Now Make It Happen? Moderated by DCBIA CEO, Lisa Mallory. Industry experts, Ernie Jarvis, Managing Principal, Jarvis Commercial Real Estate, Freddie Lewis Archer, Principal, Lewis Real Estate Services, Derrick Mashore, Senior Vice President, CBRE, Merrick Malone, President, DC Housing Enterprise, LLC, and Deryl McKissack, PE, President & CEO, McKissack & McKissack, share concrete ideas and a call-to-action for increasing diversity in the real estate industry.
Many people think DCBIA only represents large businesses when in fact we advocate for businesses of all sizes and have a diverse membership - from small developers and architectural firms to art organizations, law firms, and more. A little known fact that I want to shout from rooftops is that 1/3 of DCBIA's membership is small businesses.
Entering into the final phase of the Comprehensive Plan Amendment process, DCBIA will continue to play a lead role to provide expertise to this important land-use and planning document. After incorporating input from DCBIA, other organizations, Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, and the general public, the Office of Planning has submitted the amended Plan to the Council for a final public review at the Council of the District of Columbia's November virtual public hearings.
DCBIA Housing Committee Co-Chairs Clint Mann, President of Urban Pace and Charles Warren, Principal of Teass | Warren Architects invite you to hear from David Yampolsky, Community Three and Megan Mitchell AIA, LEED AP of Eric Colbert & Associates on the Modo project, DC's first multifamily project to use modular construction methods. Modo will deliver 17 three-bedroom units above 3,000 square feet of retail.
DCBIA Capital Markets Committee Co-Chairs Alissa Curry-Briggs, Executive Director of Commercial Real Estate, FVCbank and Shawn Weingast, General Counsel and Director of Capital Markets, ACUMEN invite you to hear from Tom Nida, Executive Vice President, Market Executive, City First Bank about the opportunities and challenges of financing affordable residential projects amidst COVID-19 and beyond. Read more about the historic merger of City First Bank and Broadway. More presenters to be announced.
As the world began to change in early 2020, DC also marked an important milestone in the real estate industry. DC's top three real estate trade associations installed women executives as chairs simultaneously - a first in DC's history.
The tumultuous year includes a devastating economic crisis spurred by a global health pandemic and a demand for racial justice, diversity, and economic inclusion. Join these industry women real estate leaders for a discussion about the impact of these changes as they entered their historic role as chairs, and the transformational impact 2020 is having on DC development and construction, residential sales, property management, commercial leasing, as well as industry employees and city residents. The event will begin with an economic consideration and forecast amidst COVID by Yesim Taylor, Executive Director of the D.C. Policy Center.
With residents spending more time at home due to stay-at-home orders, how can multifamily housing owners and operators prioritize tenant health and safety without compromising their bottom line when it comes to utility expenses and energy use?
DCBIA and The Building Innovation Hub discuss resources that are available to the multifamily housing community, pathways and considerations for compliance with the Building Energy Performance Standards, available financing and technical assistance, and lessons learned from local owners, operators, and service providers.
Introductory remarks from DOEE Director, Tommy Wells, discussing energy and resident health in Washington DC, with presentations by Andrea Foss, Sustainability Director, Steven Winters Associate, Pete Zadoretzky, Vice President, Sustainability, Bozzuto, and Matt Praske, Director of Energy and Sustainability, WashREIT.
Retail data and economic development experts present the retail outlook and discuss the challenges and opportunities post retail's most difficult year as we enter 2021. Hosted by DCBIA Commercial Office & Retail Committee Co-Chairs Curvin Leatham, President of Area Probe and Derek Ford, Senior Vice President of Emerging and Underserved Neighborhoods, Washington, DC Economic Partnership.
Virtual tour of a growing, vibrant commmunity that upends the ordinary, The Parks at Walter Reed. Presented by Vicki Davis, Managing Partner, Urban Atlantic, Caroline Kenney, Managing Director of Public-Private Ventures, Urban Atlantic, Thaddeaus Green, Walter Reed Development Manager, DC Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, Katie Wiacek, Managing Director, Hines.
Moderated by Alex Orfinger, Publisher of the Washington Business Journal, this year's forum included a State of the District overview by John Falcicchio, Deputy Mayor for Planning & Economic Development, an economic and market analysis by Genevieve Hanson, Principal, EY, and a discussion on the capital markets and submarkets from three of DC's leading Bank CEOs and four Business Improvement District leaders. Presented by the Capital Markets Committee.
DCBIA's Construction & Development Committee Co-Chairs, Howard Chapman, Vice President of Coakley & Williams Construction, and Chizzy Nwobodo, Senior Structural Engineer, Arup, host an engaging discussion with Mariela Buendia-Corrochano, Principal, Gensler, Adrian Conforti, Senior Managing Director, NE & Mid-Atlantic Regional Leader, Project & Development Services, Cushman & Wakefield, and Mark Walsh-Cooke, Principal, ARUP, on workplace construction and WELLNESS strategies for during the time of COVID-19 and beyond.
The District has pledged to become carbon neutral and climate resilient by 2050. Slashing carbon pollution requires both imagination and bold action to transform our buildings. This includes improving the efficiency and health of existing buildings, repowering them with clean, renewable energy, and constructing new buildings that generate as much clean energy as they use.
Set by the Clean Energy DC Omnibus Act of 2018 and administered by the Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE), the Building Energy Performance Standards (or BEPS) program is a regulatory tool and program to help meet these ambitious green building and climate goals. BEPS sets a minimum threshold for energy performance for buildings, which impacts design, construction, and operation of every building in DC over 10,000 sq. ft., including commercial office, multifamily affordable housing, multifamily market-rate housing, schools, retail, and hospitality.
The proposed rules for BEPS are now open for public comment until March 4, 2021.
Thanks to these companies and their leaders for continuing to support DCBIA programming during this unprecedented health and economic emergency.