Prefabrication and Sustainable Buildings
Is this the answer to support housing affordability?
Event Description: Join us in person for a panel discussion on prefabricated buildings and their impact in supporting housing affordability, featuring the 303 Battery project. This development pushes the boundaries of smart building technology, affordability, and sped of construction thanks to a proprietary building technology system developed right here in Seattle. Our panel will feature the project team, including:
Carrie Cassidy, Chief Construction Officer at Sustainable Living Innovations
Gayle Roberts, Senior Project Manager at Swinerton
Caroline Angell, Designer at CollinsWoerman
Moderator: Carrie Holmes, Principal/Vice President of Project Management at Axis Planning & Development, LLC
Learn more about this cutting edge project and how building the world’s first net zero energy highrise apartment building could impact the way we build in the future.
In consideration of COVID concerns, this event will adhere to all applicable County health guidelines in effect on date of the event and all attendees must comply for admittance. All attendees are required to wear a mask at all times, except when actively eating or drinking, unless they are exempt from mask requirements for health and safety reasons.
Each attendee will be offered a boxed lunch that may be eaten during the program (note tables will be set with reduced-quantity seating); or, the lunch may be taken to-go for later enjoyment.
Thursday, November 18, 2021
11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Washington Athletic Club
1325 6th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101