Come early to meet & greet at a networking reception, doors open at 7:00am, continental breakfast provided. Presentation will begin at 7:30am sharp to allow time for questions & answers. We anticipate a full house so please register early, hope to see you there.
Bullitt Center: Red List, Appropriate Sourcing and Industry Change
Meeting the Red List criteria is one of the most challenging imperatives of the Living Building Challenge. While advancements in building technology, codes and policies have aided Net Zero Energy and Water goals, finding Red List compliant products, is relatively new and very arduous undertaking. The Bullitt Center project team will share how the Red List was addressed through collaboration, knowledge exchange between teams at the same time as mitigating issues such as risk, and liability. This effort also highlighted the market need for reliable product information, broader engagement and knowledge sharing between LBC teams.
Joe David is a team member at Point32, a Seattle real estate development company focusing on urban projects that provide unique and lasting value to the community. His recent work includes the research, coordination, and implementation of healthy building materials for The Bullitt Center. He has a Master’s degree in Architecture from the University of Washington and experience in the field of small‐scale renewable energy systems.
Morgan Hudson joined Schuchart at the beginning of 2011 after gaining valuable experience in project engineering from a large international general contractor in Bellevue, WA. While working as a field engineer her responsibilities included managing multiple subcontractors, providing document control, and monitoring safety while assisting superintendents and project managers on two multi-million dollar projects. Morgan holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Real Estate and Construction Management from the University of Denver.
LEED Continuing Education:
May be eligible for GBCI CE credit under “Live Presentation” activity type.
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