10th Annual Green Building Slam
10 Projects. 10 Slides. 10 minutes
Saturday, September 15th, 6-9pm, Seattle
Presented by The Northwest EcoBuilding Guild &
the UW Enviromental Stewardship and Sustainability Department
5pm - Registration / Appetizers / Networking
7pm - Slam Presentations
9pm - Dessert, coffee 'n tea / Raffle Adventures
Be sure to secure tickets early for the best value.
Free parking on campus!
Celebrate the Northwest's most innovative usage of Green Sustainable Building building concepts. Come watch 10 of your favorite architects and builders showcase their deep green construction projects, as they quickly show you behind the scene accounts of their successes, lessons, or surprises with each 10-minute, 10-slide presentation.
This being the 10th year of the 10x10x10 Green Building Slam, we are excited to be at the cutting edge of Green Building and Sustainability. Come help us share a moment of the past, present and how the future is going to grow and change.
We are delighted to announce our partnership with the University of Washington - Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability Department for the event. So mark your calendars to be at UW Kane Hall for registration, networking, and viewing student works on campus.
Chef Kevin Davis, chef/owner of Blueacre Seafood and Steelhead Restaurants Seattle, will be presenting his award winning sustainable menu.
Adventure Getaways Raffle: We know you have been waiting to see just what this year will bring. Get ready to mark your calendar and pack your bags for a visit any one of these great luxurious destinations: Waldorf Astoria-Maui, Puerta Vallarta - Mexico, Ultimate Seattle Getaway, Glorious Relaxing Peninsula, Fantastic Escape North.
DATE & TIME:
Saturday, September 15th, 6-9pm
University of Washington, Kane Hall, 2nd Floor
1410 NE Campus Parkway
Seattle, WA 98195
COST & REGISTRATION:
For Cost and Registration go to Brown Paper Tickets
Phone: (206) 575-2222
About Northwest EcoBuilding Guild:
The Northwest EcoBuilding Guild is a 501(c)(3) community of builders, designers, suppliers, homeowners, and partners concerned with ecological building in the Pacific Northwest.