March SeaBEC Member Meeting

Please join us on Thursday, March 21, 2019 from 5:00-7:00pm at OAC Services (2200 1st Avenue South, Suite 200, Seattle, WA). Dan Whitmore with RDH and Joe Giampietro with JGA Consultants will present "Passive House and Multi-Family, A Natural Match?". Attendance is free for 2019 SeaBEC members. We request $10 for non-member attendance. Cash, checks, and credit cards will be accepted at the meeting sign-in table. Click here for more information and to RSVP. 

2019 SeaBEC Scholarship 

Our 2019 SeaBEC scholarship application is now available. We will award up to two $2,000 scholarships in 2019. Applications are due on Thursday, February 28, 2019. Click here for more information. Please contact our student outreach chair, Bill Thordarson at [email protected], with any questions. 

2019 SeaBEC Symposium Registration 

Registration for the 2019 SeaBEC Symposium is now open. The theme "Forensics: Turning Hindsight Into Foresight" focusing on forensic building failures and lessons learned.  Click here to register today to take advantages of early bird pricing. 

April SeaBEC Member Meeting

Please join us on Thursday, April 18, 2019 from 11:30am-1:00pm at Pyramid Brewery (1201 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134). Stay tuned for speaker and topic information. Click here for more information.  

2019 Membership Renewals 

It is that time of year to renew your SeaBEC membership or become a new member. Your support of SeaBEC is greatly appreciated and helps us continue to bring you high quality educational programs. Click here to renew your membership or join as a new member for 2019. Membership is a great value at only $50 per year. All memberships run January 1st through December 31st. Please contact our membership chair, Robin Kotulka at [email protected] with any questions.

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.