ANDREW LEE & MYER HARRELL - THE DAILY JOURNAL OF COMMERCE | 10.04.17

A recent study found that the program is achievable for many sites if developers pursue “best-in-class” water and energy efficiency levels. In October 2016, the Seattle City Council approved an update to the Living Building Pilot Program (LBPP) — an ordinance and land use code provision which offers height and floor area ratio incentives in exchange for meeting the world’s…  Full Article

Numerous vendors have presented their products to my interior design team at Weber Thompson. Every time a bath fixture vendor has promoted a shower pan I’ve eagerly asked if we can customize their pan, and every time I’ve prepared myself From Our Blog

A Founding Principal at Weber Thompson, Scott Thompson retired at the end of 2015 with over 35 years of architectural and planning experience, specializing in high-density, urban infill… View Profile