Your turn to help The Northwest EcoBuilding Guild invites you to get involved: • Visit CodeInnovations.org and tell us: what’s your innovation? • Show your leadership: underwrite our “Gems of Innovation” case study series • Act locally: Become an Innovation Ambassador to your city or county building department • Be an ally: Join our partnership to advocate for innovation – codes and policies to support living buildings, Passive House standards, net-zero energy, net-zero water and more.
For more information, subscribe to the Code Innovations blog at CodeInnovations.org. Attend the NWGreen 2016 Conference on Nov. 5, or contact principal investigator, Chris van Daalen at 360-789-9669 or Education@EcoBuilding.org.
Adaptive redevelopment of the historic 110-year old Supply Laundry building, vacant for over a decade, required an upgrade to the stringent 2009 Seattle Energy Code. Learn more about this case study and more at ecobuilding.org/code-innovations.
This article and the Code Innovations Projects is supported, in part, by donations from: Brenda Nunes ClearResult GreenWorks Realty
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