MacDonald-Miller is pleased to announce that we have won first place in the Other Category of the Honeywell Momentum Mania Contest for our energy work at The Washington Athletic Club! To read more about other Honeywell Momentum Mania Champions click here. Details of our work at the Washington Athletic Club are included below. At over 80 ...
Governor-Elect Jay Inslee Announces Transition Committee FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Nov. 27, 2012 CONTACT: Sterling Clifford Seattle – Washington Governor-Elect Jay Inslee today announced the members of his transition committee, who have been asked to advise the Governor-Elect as he fills cabinet positions, builds a staff and turns his campaign agenda into legislative and executive action. ...
Contact: Leslie Helm Editor, Seattle Business magazine 206-452-2966 firstname.lastname@example.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SEATTLE BUSINESS MAGAZINE RECOGNIZES LEADERS IN SUSTAINABILITY AT THE 2012 GREEN WASHINGTON AWARDS SEATTLE (November 2, 2012) – Seattle Business magazine honored Washington state’s most sustainable organizations at the Green Washington Awards Thursday evening at the Hyatt Olive 8 in Seattle. In addition ...
Project team turned to a “design assist” method that cut time and saved nearly $2 million.
Community Power Works is partnering with Seattle Steam and MacDonald-Miller. The program combines state, city, utility and private funding for a total of $11 million that will go to mechanical and electrical upgrades, with the goal of reducing energy use between 15 percent and 45 percent.
BetterBricks announced the winners of its 2011 Puget Sound awards last night. The awards recognize energy efficiency in commercial real estate. They are given to architects, engineers, developers, building owners and property managers for their efforts to reduce energy use and save resources.
Recognizing its outstanding performance, Skanska has chosen MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions as a Supplier of Choice for 2009.
Focusing on fine-tuning existing buildings to run efficiently and save money is key to MacMiller’s dedication to customer needs. From tune-ups to major retrofits, MacMiller delivers its innovative engineering and energy expertise to building owners across the Northwest.
Virginia Mason has been named a 2009 Top Hospital by The Leapfrog Group, which recognizes hospitals for their quality outcomes and effective use of health care resources for patients.
Providence Health and Services’ move to a three-building campus in Renton included an $11.6 million build-out with diverse space requirements throughout the complex. The project, with mechanical design/build by MacMiller, was awarded LEED Gold certification and recognition by NW Construction as the Best Tenant Improvement of the year.
Positioned as a neighborhood within Seattle’s Northgate neighborhood, Thornton Place offers housing, shopping, dining and entertainment to its planned 600 residents. As mechanical contractor, MacMiller was on the winning team for Northwest Construction’s 2009 Best Multi-Family Project.
Park Place Property in Seattle, built in 1971, has achieved LEED Platinum EB certification. This is an incredible milestone for an existing building. MacMiller was on the team that transformed the vintage building — being responsible for airflow measurement of all outdoor air to insure a high quality indoor environment.
As an Energy Star Service and Product Provider, MacMiller helps commercial buildings run more efficiently. This presentation focuses on the new Energy Star criteria for outdoor area lighting and roadway luminaries to save energy usage. It also looks at how currently available LED products compare to conventional lighting technologies.
MacDonald-Miller receives $1.5 million from Washington state for an innovative energy-efficiency program optimizing commercial buildings serviced by Seattle Steam Company.
MacDonald-Miller met the challenges of a public project where the desire for an environmentally friendly green building was coupled with a need to save as many greenbacks as possible. Shoreline City Hall and Civic Center, a MacMiller design|build project, wins an A+ for energy efficiency and is under review for LEED Gold certification.
MacDonald-Miller placed 20th in the first-ever Northwest Corporate Philanthropy Awards, co-sponsored by Puget Sound Business Journal and Seattle Foundation.
After visiting MacMiller’s headquarters in Seattle, Rep. Jay Inslee, D-Washington 1st District, cites MacDonald-Miller in a his Special Order Speech on industry involvement in solving environmental issues. Green job creation and energy conservation were key points of his speech.
David Nieman, CEM with MacMiller, discusses how operational excellence extends the life of your facility while decreasing energy and operational costs.