April, 2012

Market rehab almost done, almost invisible

Posted April 27th, 2012 / Industry News, Kudos!

April 27, 2012 Market rehab almost done, almost invisible By JON SILVER Journal Staff Reporter   Photo by Jon Silver [enlarge] A giant squid sculpture hangs in the Economy Market Building, which received structural improvements and a new public elevator, at left. Work is nearly finished on a three-year, $68.6 million renovation of Pike Place […]

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Seattle’s GoGreen Conference

Posted April 17th, 2012 / Where's MacMiller today?

The GoGreen Conference is a unique opportunity to learn the latest in sustainable practices for your business. This very special one day conference is designed to educate, motivate and inspire business owner and leaders – to take your green quotient to the next level and to put your business on a sustainable path. Wednesday, April […]

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April Energy-related Updates

Posted April 11th, 2012 / Industry News, Kudos!

April 10, 2012 LEED platinum for Russell Center By JOURNAL STAFF SEATTLE — Russell Investments Center was certified LEED platinum, according to the manager of the 42-story tower. The building, which is on the market and expected to sell for a high price, has gone through upgrades since it changed hands three years ago. The […]

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Commissioning of Existing Buildings Yields Big Savings – Case Study – The Westin Bellevue

Posted April 5th, 2012 / Industry News, Kudos!

The Project The Westin Bellevue boasts over 300 up-scale hotel guest rooms, as well as 175,000 sq ft of public space that includes a large lobby, two spacious ballrooms/conference rooms, hotel offices, and guest-room corridors stretching throughout 19 floors. Like many hotels, Westin was urged-by its Starwood Hotels and Resorts management, and by its tenants-to […]

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