This webinar will follow speakers through critical design and construction stages of the Beth Ahabah Campus: from pre-design to building permitting and construction. In doing so, the discussion will underscore preserving distinctive historical character in tandem with a tedious design review process. Participants will discover the architectural design and review of a contemporary building in a historic neighborhood. |
-Cyane Crump, Executive Director for Historic Richmond
-Larry Salzman, Salzman Real Estate Services
-Salo Levinas, Principal Architect at Shinberg.Levinas
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