September SeaBEC Meeting

Please join us for our fall kick-off meeting on Thursday, September 20, 2018 from 5-7pm at the Smart Building Center. Josh LaSharr with Herzog Glass will discuss renovation of the Space Needle. Meeting attendance is free for 2018 SeaBEC members. We request $10 for non-member attendance. Click here for more information and to RSVP.  

New SeaBEC President and Board

We thank Rob Bechtel with Bechtel Industrial Coatings for his service as SeaBEC President during the 2017-2018 season and welcome Nathan Seney as the new SeaBEC President. Nathan is an architect with OAC Services and formerly served as the SeaBEC Secretary and Vice President. Other changes to the SeaBEC board include Sam Packard with RDH as Vice President (formerly Education Chair), Sharon Libby with Walsh Construction as Education Chair (formerly Student Outreach Chair), and Bill Thordarson with Bain Associates as Student Outreach Chair. Click here to view all members of the SeaBEC Board. 

Seattle ABAA Symposium

Please save the date for the Air Barrier Association of America (ABAA) Symposium coming to Seattle on November 6, 2018. SeaBEC is excited to announce our partnership with ABAA. ABAA is the voice of the air barrier industry and will be bringing nationally recognized speakers and industry leaders to conduct a full day symposium with leading education topics. Sponsorship opportunities currently available. Click here for more information. 

2018 SeaBEC Scholarship Winner

SeaBEC is proud to announce Rachel Meyers and IIse Pavlova Torres as our 2018 scholarship winners. Rachel is a graduate student studying architecture at the University of Washington and is a former Walsh Construction intern. Ilse is a graduate student studying architecture at the University of Washington and works in UW's Integrated Design Laboratory. Congratulations to Rachel and IIse!

Our Mission

The Seattle Building Enclosure Council  (SeaBEC) is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to promote the pursuit of excellence in the design, construction, or other technical aspects of the building enclosure. We investigate why buildings fail, explore cures for building enclosure failure, and share information on materials and methods to promote better building science.