RECORD Reveals: Washington D.C.

See Us at the AIA Convention!

May 17–19 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

McGraw-Hill Construction booth (#2603) on the expo floor.
Photo courtesy McGraw-Hill Construction
McGraw-Hill Construction booth (#2603) on the expo floor.


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* Stop by the McGraw-Hill Construction booth (#2603) on the expo floor to learn about our various offerings, including the Sweets Building Product Database, Dodge Project Center News Database, and our award-winning print and digital publications. Check out our second annual “Meet the Expert” series, where Architectural Record editors interview luminaries such as Thom Mayne and Tom Kundig. For a full schedule, see our website; also, keep abreast of our activities on Twitter at #AIAMHC or @ArchRecord.

* On Thursday, from 4–5:30 p.m., “Design Connects to Nature” will explore the innovative ways the built environment uses nature as a metaphor and an amenity. Nadav Malin, executive editor of our sister publication, GreenSource, will moderate the panel (worth 1.5 CE credits). The speakers: Bob Berkebile, principal at BNIM; Bill Browning, principal at H2B Architects; and Jason McLennan, CEO of the Cascadia Green Building Council and author of the Living Building Challenge.

* On Friday, from 2–3:30 p.m., “Connecting Architects to the World of Print and Digital Media” will offer tips on navigating the publishing landscape. Earn 1.5 CE credits for attending this panel featuring: Cathleen McGuigan, editor in chief of Architectural Record; Ned Cramer, editor in chief of Architect; Julie V. Iovine, executive editor of the Architect’s Newspaper; Inga Saffron, architecture critic for the Philadelphia Inquirer; and Marc Kushner, cofounder of Architizer. Scott Frank, AIA’s director of media relations, will moderate. 

* Visit “Record Reveals D.C.” on our website, where we present new projects, video tours, and must-see destinations, from historic buildings to splashy new restaurants. Also, sign up for our daily e-newsletters, featuring live coverage from the convention.

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