Next SeaBEC Meeting
Please join us on Thursday, December 15, 2016 for at SeaBEC's annual holiday featuring the infamous white elephant gift exchange. Please bring a wrapped gift (new or old) of approximately $10 in value. All are welcome including SeaBEC members and guests. This year, we will be raising money for Childhaven; and SeaBEC will match all gifts. For more information and to RSVP, click here.
2017 SeaBEC memberships are now available. Please support us by joining or renewing your membership today so that we can continue to bring you quality educational programming. Regular memberships are only $50 per year. Click here to learn more. Please contact our membership chair, Nathan Seney, at email@example.com with any membership questions.
January SeaBEC Meeting
Please join us on Thursday, January 19, 2017 from 11:30-1:00pm at GGLO (1301 First Avenue, Suite 301, Seattle, WA). David K. Bates with OAC Services will be discussing Sealants, Membranes, and Flashings. The presentation is pending approval for one hour of AIA continuing education credits. Meeting attendance is free for 2017 SeaBEC members. $10 is requested for non-member attendance. For more information, click here.
2017 SeaBEC Symposium
Please save the date for SeaBEC's 2017 Symposium on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at the Seattle Art Museum. This year's theme will be "Advancing Building Enclosures: Beyond Code Conformance." Registration and sponsorship details to follow. For more information, click here.
SeaBEC is pleased to announce that our 2017 scholarship application for $1,000 is now available. Click here for more information and to download the application. Applications are due on Friday, April 28, 2017, and the winner will be announced at our June member meeting on Thursday, June 8, 2017. Please contact our student outreach chair, Michael Arndt at Michael.Arndt@KappesMiller.com with any questions.
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.