As the 2012 building and energy codes are adopted in Seattle, DPD is changing some of the requirements for the Priority Green permit process. See more about the planned changes and get involved with any comments you have by visiting DPD's blog at: http://buildingconnections.seattle.gov/2013/12/04/changes-to-priority-green-expedited-thresholds/
Comments on the proposed changes are due by February 1, 2014.
Monday, December 9, 2013
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
At the SEFW annual forum, Michael Green and and J. Eric Karsh presented on a variety of wood-panel buildings, including the UNBC engineering building. The building will spotlight CLT construction with an innovative floor system and walls. You can watch construction at the UNBC website, link below.
Monday, December 2, 2013
Our upcoming meeting is Wednesday December 4th at KPFF. Since our usual meeting time of the 4th Wednesday of the month conflicts with Thanksgiving this month, we are moving to December 4th. This will be our last meeting this year. We are looking for someone willing to host meetings at a Seattle office in the new year.
Our December meeting will continue our series on the sustainability of cross-laminated timber and wood design. We will feature Myer Harrell and Kirsten Clemens from Weber Thompson to discuss the architectural considerations for tall CLT buildings.
|Image courtesy of Weber Thompson|
We will also recap the Tall Wood presentation by Michael Green.
We have the availability for web and audio conference at the meeting if requested.
Last month’s meeting minutes here.