View this email in your browser. Comment on a Draft Director's Rule about Green Building Standards We'd like your feedback on Draft Director’s Rule 20-2017, Green Building Standard. It's available for review and comment through [...]
Our local waters are far more polluted than you think... The rapidly increasing development surrounding the Lake Union area is negatively impacting the health of our waters. With thousands of manmade outfalls that supply billions of gallons of polluted [...]
We are thrilled to announce that Lead Lighting Designer Emily Myers will receive a 2017 Seattle Section Illumination Award for her design of the Luma condo tower. She will officially receive the Interior Lighting Design award at the Seattle/Puget [...]
Next Tuesday, Director of Mechanical Engineering Eric Vander Mey will speak at NAIOP Washington Sustainable Development Committee’s first breakfast meeting of the year. Eric will summarize key energy code impacts that transformed Seattle real estate development in 2016 and what [...]
UPDATE: Listen to the recording of Rae Anne's conversation with Condo & Hoa Buzz. Original post: Rae Anne Rushing will share her expertise in evaluating building energy consumption on the Condo & HOA Buzz weekly broadcast. Tune into 1150 [...]
The Seattle Department of Construction & Inspections recently published a code interpretation to ensure that membrane penetration for ductwork, fans, and lighting fixtures maintain the rated woodframe floor/ceiling assembly fire rating. This interpretation clarifies section 714.4 of the 2012 [...]
Please join us for an evening of art, music, and hors d'oeuvres on September 9th as we celebrate our 10th anniversary! Visit our event page to RSVP.
As Seattle’s landscape grows in response to the burgeoning tech industry at the economic core, the built environment is taking lessons from nature and the pre-development ecosystem to inform smart design strategies. Seattle Weekly interviewed Principal and Biomimicry Puget Sound [...]