Tag Archives: Capitol Hill

Beyond LEED AP: Lessons From Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC) Training

Last month, Weber Thompson sent Aaron Swain and I to take the Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC®) training from the Passive House Institute US (PHIUS). As active members of the WT Sustainabiliteam, with strong personal interests in reducing our ecological … Continue reading

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Arcade Issue 34.1 Launch Party: Reflections on Influence

Arcade Magazine is one of our region’s finest publications about architecture, design and culture. Each issue is filled with inspiring stories and essays, and it’s always a delight to leaf through the uncoated pages. On May 26th, the magazine will … Continue reading

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Meet the Staff: Jeff Reibman

Principal Jeff Reibman, AIA, LEED AP BD+C recently joined the ownership team at Weber Thompson He has been with the firm for over 11 years and is an integral part of the Mid-rise / Mixed Use Design Studio, but is heavily involved … Continue reading

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Dewitt Godfrey’s Pike Motorworks custom sculpture wows

If you’ve been down Pike or Pine Street lately, you’ve likely noticed all the new construction happening along this corridor. You may also be familiar with the projects, or perhaps at least the history. This area used to be a series … Continue reading

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A two-wheeled tour of Weber Thompson work

With attention to the festivities of Bike-to-Work Day last Friday, a small group of us took to the streets by bike to familiarize ourselves with a number of Weber Thompson projects (some currently under construction), and see for ourselves how … Continue reading

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Sunset Electric wins NAIOP award

We couldn’t be more excited that Sunset Electric won the NAIOP Night of the Stars Mid-Rise Multifamily Development of the Year Award! Congrats to The Wolff Company, Patrinely Group, Riverstone Residential Group and the rest of the project team. Weber … Continue reading

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Sunset Electric awarded LEED Platinum certification

Sunset Electric has been awarded LEED for Homes Platinum certification by the U.S. Green Building Council! This is currently the highest possible LEED certification for environmental responsibility and efficiency. Developed by The Wolff Company, this 92 unit mixed use apartment … Continue reading

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A journey of a thousand miles …

Demolition for the Sunset Electric Building has begun. For some, the construction fence and subcontractors and trades on site mark the end of a turf war between for-profit postering and militant feminist installations. For us at WT, this marks the … Continue reading

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Sunset Electric at the 2030 District Launch Party

On September 8th at the Pan Pacific Hotel, The City of Seattle launched the federally-funded 2030 District, which is “a groundbreaking, high-performance building district in Downtown Seattle that aims to dramatically reduce environmental impacts of building construction and operations, while … Continue reading

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