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July Education Event: Tiny Homes For Homeless

Wednesday, July 27, 2022 from 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Join the NW EcoBuilding Guild in partnership with Sound Foundations NW for a presentation and tour of The Hope Factory.

Every person experiencing homelessness deserves a place to live that is warm, dry, safe, and healthy. This goal, spearheaded Sound Foundations NW in building tiny homes through an assembly line process. As a result of collaboration with the Low Income Housing Institute, Sound Foundations NW is helping provide people experiencing homelessness with transitional tiny homes, a sense of community, and essential services.

Join the NW EcoBuilding Guild for an evening with Sound Foundations NW at their Hope Factory for a presentation and tour of their assembly line process and programs that are helping transform lives for the better.

Doors open at 6:00 PM and presentations will start promptly at 6:30 PM. Individually wrapped snacks and beverages will be provided. Wearing masks will not be mandatory, however highly encouraged. Register today.

Multifamily Shift-Building Speaker Series

Thursday, August 18th, 2022 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Join us for a speaker series on the decarbonization, affordability, and indoor health of multifamily housing in our region.

A panel of speakers will be presenting on the following topics surrounding multifamily housing in our region:

  • Policies and programs addressing multifamily housing affordability, equity, and accessibility.
  • Strategies and case studies addressing decarbonization of building materials and systems for multifamily buildings.
  • Best practices for optimizing indoor air quality and occupant comfort in multifamily buildings.

“Virtual” doors will open at 12:30 PM and presentations will begin promptly at 1:00 PM.

Upcoming Events

July Education Event: Tiny Homes for Homeless

Join the NW EcoBuilding Guild in partnership with Sound Foundations NW of a presentation and tour of The Hope Factory. Every person experiencing homelessness deserves a place to live that is warm, dry, safe, and healthy. This goal, spearheaded Sound Foundations NW in building tiny homes through an assembly line process. As a result of collaboration with the Low Income Housing Institute, Sound Foundations NW is helping provide people experiencing homelessness with transitional tiny homes, a sense of community, and essential services.

Multifamily Shift-Building Speaker Series

This forum is a professional training to gain knowledge, best practices, and experience from industry leaders. Topics that impact the multifamily market to be discussed include sustainability, affordability, community, quality of life, energy efficiency, air quality, health initiatives, safety, best practices and more.
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