Innovative Green Roof Project "The REACH" in Washington DC is a Technical Masterpiece

Publish Date: June 22, 2020

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is a historic venue, standing on the bank of the Potomac River in Washington D.C. The facility recently underwent a $250 million expansion called The REACH expansion, which is a true state of the art project.

The project incorporates an expansive landscape over structure containing a technical masterpiece: a three-dimensional cork-screw green roof for the public area of the project as never seen before. It was the result of a unique collaboration between designers, contractors and material suppliers. The Steven Holl Architects-designed project opened in October 2019 and has already achieved LEED Gold certification.

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