Event Date: Tuesday, July 12, 2011 – 5:30pm – 8:30pm

Event Location: 

1201 Third Avenue

Seattle 98101

United States

See map: Google Maps

THE JULY 2011 GREENDRINKS WILL BE ON TUESDAY, 12 JULY AND WILL BE HOSTED BY SEATTLE 2030 DISTRICT. The Seattle 2030 District will be the first large-scale high performance building district in the country. In 2010, over 40 civic leaders, including major property owners and property managers, architects, engineers, utilities, and members of the City of Seattle and King County, created the Seattle 2030 District Planning Committee and adopted the 2030 Challenge for Planners, setting aggressive reduction goals for building energy use, water use, and CO2 from vehicle miles traveled. The Seattle 2030 District is a replicable model of performance-based planning and public-private collaboration that can lead America away from fossil fuel dependency. The SEATTLE 2030 DISTRICT will be hosting at 1201 Third Avenue.

As usual, a $5 suggested donation will be collected at the door that will be split between our featured non-profit, the SEATTLE 2030 DISTRICT, and Seattle Greendrinks. Click here to plan your trip to the event using Metro’s Trip Planner.

Here’s a huge shout-out, too, to our 2011 sponsors, The Sierra Nevada Brewing Co, Tonnemaker Family Orchard, Badger Mountain Vineyard, The Essential Baking Company, and Chaco Canyon Cafe! As always, the June Greendrinks will begin between 5:30 and 6pm.

Please help us reduce waste – even compostable waste – by bringing your own mugs, wine glasses, and the like. Compostable cups will be available for a $5 suggested donation.

Finally, please email info (at) seattlegreendrinks (dot) org for sponsorship information or to volunteer.

MacDonald-Miller: Mechanical Engineer and Mechanical Contractor for the 1201 Third Avenue Building:

Eight floors of high-rise office building were remodeled including the cafeteria, conference areas, boardrooms, MDF and IDF Rooms, and open stairway between floors grossing 120,000 sq. ft.

Project Overview
  • The existing floor-by-floor VAV was revised to accommodate remodel.
  • MDF and IDF rooms as well as the supplemental conference rooms received heat pump.
  • The computer room was fit with a special exhaust system and humidity control.

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