High Expectations for High-Rise Modular Construction – how citizenM Hotels is raising the bar for modular construction
In an unprecedented construction market, owners, designers and contractors are constantly seeking the most efficient way to design and build.
Join CREW Seattle to learn more about modular design and construction, why owners are choosing a modular approach, and the unique opportunities and requirements for permitting, design, and construction planning.
The panel will take a deep dive into citizenM Westlake, Seattle’s first fully modular hotel, where construction is underway and modules are currently being stacked on site. Take advantage of the rare opportunity to learn more about how the modules themselves make up the steel structure of the building, and how each arrive on site fully built-out and ready to serve as hotel rooms welcoming the mobile citizen.
The panel includes citizenM Hotels who uses modular construction globally, as well as, Lauren Boedeker, Project Manager at Mortenson, Sukyee Pang, Senior Project Architect with Gensler and Menno Hilberts, Managing Director at citizenM. The presentation will be moderated by Cori Palmer, Sr. Project Development Manager at Mortenson.
Project Manager, Mortenson
Senior Project Manager, Gensler
Managing Director for Development in USA, citizenM Hotels
Senior Project Development Manager, Mortenson
Date: Thursday, November 8, 2018
Time: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
1415 5th Ave | Seattle, WA 98101
Members $55, Nonmembers $75
Pre-registration closes at noon the Monday before the luncheon
Walk-in registration fee: $65.00 Members, $85.00 Non-Members
Please Note - We do not guarantee the availability of walk-in registration
Cancellation Policy: CREW Seattle has a 24-hour cancellation policy. Registrations cancelled less than 24 hours before the event will be responsible for payment regardless of attendance.