Rushing’s Radu Dicher attended the 2019 Design Technology Summit (DTS) held in Seattle, WA, July 17 and 18. DTS is an exclusive, invitation-only conference that brings together 40 professionals in the building architecture and engineering (AE) design industry to share [...]
A new 30-story mixed-use apartment building is undergoing what was expected to be its final design review on July 25.
A new residential complex in West Seattle has broken ground. Rushing is providing HVAC, electrical and plumbing engineering as well as sustainability and lighting services.
Downtown Seattle’s newest waterfront condominium tower, The Emerald, has been topped off, utilizing Rushing services and expertise. Services provided by Rushing for the project include full electrical services, mechanical and plumbing engineering design build performance, lighting, LEED management and [...]
Rushing is proud to be providing MEP design, Energy Modeling, LEED Consulting, Lighting Design and Commissioning for the Emerald, this 40-story high rise condo building currently under construction in downtown Seattle. From the article: The Emerald homeowners will have access [...]
How Genius of Place Helps You Think (and Design!) Differently: An Interview with Jennifer Barnes of 55-5 Consulting and Alexandra Ramsden of Rushing
From the article: If you’re designing for the Pacific Northwest, then you’ll find the SeedKit, a report filled with local strategies, essential for your place-based design. Jennifer Barnes (55-5 Consulting) and Alexandra Ramsden (Rushing), founders of the Biomimicry Puget Sound [...]
The ASHRAE Membership Promotion Committee & Women in ASHRAE (WiA) Special Event will be Thursday March 28 from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm. There will be a panel of influential women from the Puget Sound Chapter of ASHRAE to talk about their [...]
From the article: On a First Hill corner owned by Sound Transit, Bellwether Housing and Plymouth Housing Group are planning a shared 17-story housing complex with 368 affordable units. It will be their first high rise, but architect Weber Thompson [...]