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WA Climate Action Bill Passes State Legislature

Posted March 26th, 2013 / Industry News

OLYMPIA, Wash. – Governor Inslee’s Climate Action bill (SB 5802) passed the State House today on a bipartisan 61 to 32 vote. The bill previously passed the State Senate (37 to 12) and now heads to Governor Inslee’s desk for signature. SB 5802 is sponsored by Senator Kevin Ranker. “The Governor’s climate action bill keeps […]

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Seattle’s Large Buildings Reporting Energy Use

Posted February 25th, 2013 / Energy Efficiency, Industry News

87% of Seattle’s Large Buildings Now Tracking & Reporting Energy Use to City Data will help City and owners cut energy waste and reduce costs SEATTLE – The vast majority of large building owners and managers in Seattle are now tracking and reporting building energy performance to the City under Seattle’s Energy Benchmarking and Reporting […]

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Help MacMiller Win the Honeywell Momentum Mania Contest

MacDonald-Miller has made it to the FINAL ROUND for the Honeywell Momentum Mania Contest for our work at the Washington Athletic Club and Seattle Central Community College. Help us win both the “Education” and “Other” categories by clicking on the links below. Voting ends March 1st, and is limited to one vote per category per […]

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Help MacMiller Advance to the Finals in the Honeywell Momentum Mania Contest

MacDonald-Miller has made it to the Final Four in the Honeywell Momentum Mania Contest for our work at the Washington Athletic Club and Seattle Central Community College. Help us advance to the finals by clicking on the links below and voting! For the Washington Athletic Club: https://momentum.honeywell.com/momentum-mania/other/washington-athletic-club/ Make sure to scroll to the bottom of […]

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WA Ranked One of Top Ten States for LEED in 2012 by the USGBC

Posted January 28th, 2013 / Energy Efficiency, Industry News

January 23,2012 By JACOB KRISS, Media Associate, U.S. Green Building Council (USBGC) The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) released its annual list of the top 10 states for new LEED certifications in 2012, highlighting those regions that are transforming buildings and communities across the country. The per-capita list is based on 2010 U.S. Census data and […]

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AIA Medical Design Forum Sponsored by MacDonald-Miller

Posted January 25th, 2013 / Industry News

Check out this MacDonald-Miller Sponsored Event: AIA Seattle Presents Medical Design Forum and Project Tour In collaboration with the Architecture in Health Panel (AHP) February 7, 9-5pm | February 8, 8-4pm Mountaineers Program Center 12 CEHs / 12 HSWs Our ever-popular Medical Design Forum will cover a broad array of healthcare related topics ranging from […]

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MacDonald-Miller Sponsoring AIA Professional Series

Posted January 24th, 2013 / Industry News

Check out the AIA + 2030 Professional Series sponsored by MacDonald-Miller: It’s 2013!  Prepare for the New Energy Future AIA Seattle presents its fifth year of AIA + 2030 Professional Series™ February 8 – November 8 Seattle—The Pacific Northwest is a leader in fighting climate change on a variety of fronts and our design and […]

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Are you maximizing your real estate tax benefits?

Posted December 13th, 2012 / Energy Efficiency, Industry News

December 13, 2012 Now is the time to maximize energy incentives and recent IRS changes to the tangible property regulations. By JASON THOMPSON Moss Adams LLP Many building owners already understand the significant benefits associated with performing a cost segregation study, but they may not be aware of the other benefits available to them. Before […]

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Remodeling cuts energy use 50%

Posted December 11th, 2012 / Energy Efficiency, Industry News

December 11, 2012 Remodeling cuts energy use 50% at NWKC’s 700 Broadway building By JOURNAL STAFF Photo courtesy of Northwest Kidney Centers[enlarge] Northwest Kidney Centers has opened Haviland Pavilion, a kidney resource center in a refurbished building at 700 Broadway in Seattle. The $8 million project includes an expanded pharmacy, an updated 15-station dialysis clinic, […]

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Don’t overlook tax breaks for green building systems

Posted December 6th, 2012 / Energy Efficiency, Industry News

December 6, 2012 By CHUCK DUNCAN Special to the Journal If you own commercial buildings or design public use structures that were put into service on or after Jan. 1, 2006, and you built them using energy efficient systems there is a very good chance the government is holding on to a pile of your […]

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