Northwest EcoBuilding Guild presents:
2013 Green Building Slam
Saturday Nov. 16, 2013; 5PM registration/buffett; 6:30 SLAM; 9PM network/dessert
Kane Hall, University of Washington
1410 NE Campus Way, Central Parking Plaza at 4100 15th NE
Seattle, WA, 98195
$20 Members; $25 General; $10 Student; $100 Golden Supporter.
Don't Miss the 2013 Green Building Slam! 10 projects. 10 slides. 10 minutes; showcasing cutting edge Green Technology. Once again, Northwest EcoBuilding Guild and University of Washington's Department of Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability bring you this fun and educational evening.
First you enjoy the mouth-watering buffet, provided by Twelve Baskets Catering while networking with our region's leading Green Building professionals. A fabulous raffle prize will be given away to one very lucky winner. Local Seattle merchants will be donating their services and products with your "green" needs in mind. Raffle tickets may be purchased at the event for a nominal fee.
Then you sit back for an exciting evening featuring Roger Faris best known in Seattle for his popular home repair advice segment on KUOW Public Radio and his home-repair column for the Seattle Press as our Master of Ceremonies! Celebrate the Northwest's most innovative usage of Green Sustainable Building concepts presented by some of our premier builders, architects and designers. They are selected from our local community to showcase their deep green construction projects, as they quickly give you behind the scene accounts of their successes, lessons, or surprises with each 10-minute, 10-slide presentation.
End the evening with dessert and more networking!
Whether you are thinking of your own home remodel, building that all new dream home, or just interested in the latest sustainable building techniques, this is the "must attend" event of the year!
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. The Guild empowers people through education to transform the built environment for long term sustainability.