THE NEW YORK TIMES | 07.16.20

For a couple of decades, many in the real estate industry have been trying to make buildings “green,” replacing conventionally made materials with sustainable ones and installing energy-efficient systems. Buildings have a heavy environmental footprint, so the upshot of all this tinkering has been structures that are less harmful to the planet.  Full Article

A massive stormwater cleanup effort in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood is underway, and the second and third phases of the project are now complete. Dubbed the Aurora Bridge Bioswale Project, the effort includes three distinct phases of landscaping,…From Our Blog

Combining a love of marketing and communication, a degree in Interior Architecture and a passion for photography, Erin continues to surprise Weber Thompson with her hidden depths.… View Profile