Opportunities in STEM Careers are
highlighted in a new video produced by the Manufacturing Industrial Council and sponsored by the Construction Center of
Green Building Jobs of the Future
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before playing. Note: file size is 60mb)
Opportunities within green building, both environmentally and economically, are
highlighted in a new video created by the Construction Center of
Excellence, Washington Department of Ecology, and the Department of General
To request a hard copy of this DVD, email
Vicki Plemmons or call 425-235-2352, ext
Sellen Sustainability Green Collar
Green, Greener, Greenest Lecture Series
Sellen Sustainability, a Seattle-based company, video on the latest
developments in sustainable building.
Are you confused by all the products and materials claiming
to be GREEN? Because your reputation is on the line, choosing green isn’t
enough, its predicting performance that counts. Learn strategies for choosing the
right product for the job. To help explore and answer
these questions, the Construction Center of Excellence (CCE) is proud to
present the lecture series:
Greener Greenest: Digging beneath the surface of green…and why it matters
to the construction industry”
The lecture series is now
available by clicking on the links below:
Knowing what you don't know: the critical link between building
science and green building. Presented by Michael Aoki-Kramer, RDH
Building Science, Inc
Building Standards and Rating Systems
Sustainable buildings that perform raise value and lower risk.
Panel presentation by Aaron Adelstein, Executive Director, Green Built,
Joseph Giampietro, AIA Johnson Braund Design Group Inc, Joel Sisolak,
WA State Director, Cascadia Region Green Building Council, and Tom
Balderston, Building Performance Consultant, Conservation Services
Group. Moderated by Cate O'Dahl, Principal, ESP Services.
Laboratory testing and the challenges of real world application.
Panel presentation by Tom Schneider, Product Developer, BEI/Wet-Flash,
Wally Corwin, Product Integrity Manager, Jeld Wen Windows and Doors,
Lee Durston, Director of Building Science, BCRA Design, Brent Foster,
Building Science Diagnostic Thermographer and Mike Henry, President QED
Inc/QEDUAB. Moderated by Matthew Houghton, Workforce Development
Manager, City of Seattle, Economic Development.
People-ability, Planet-ability, Profit-ability and the new bottom line.
Panel presentation by Tim Nogler, Mg. Director, WA State Building Code
Council, Kim Drury, NW Energy Coalition Efficiency Works Coordinator,
Vicki Colgan, Regional Coordinator, Sustainable Building, WA State
Department of Ecology and Martha Rose, President, Martha Rose
Construction. Moderated by Adrian Willanger, Founder of Eco-Redux.
Building Remodel and Historic Preservation
Knowing when to hold-em and how to fold'em saves energy and
resources. Panel presentation by Terry Gillis, Owner, Recovery
One, Inc, Yvonne Kraus, Project Manager, O'Brien & Co, David Lockwood,
President, Benchmark Recycling, Inc., Court Olson, Olympic Associates
Company, Kurt Petrauskas, Founder of Earthwise, Inc. Building Salvage,
and Ann Schussler, RAFN. Moderated by Rhoda Lawrence, Founding
Principal, BOLA Architecture Planning and Planning.
(CCE) Event Speaker Presentation-Technology
Transfer Professional Workshop Series
Session One - January 31, 2011 - Renton Technical College
Session Two - May 20, 2011 Skagit Valley