October 20, 2017 – Weber Thompson’s newest sustainable commercial office project, DATA 1, received the Vision Award for Water at the 2017 Seattle 2030 District Vision Awards ceremony on October 12th. The Vision Awards celebrates leaders in our community that are working to transform Seattle’s urban environment. Awards were given in four different categories including Leadership, Energy, Water and Transportation.
Located in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood, DATA 1 is designed around energy-efficiency, sustainability and community. The LEED Gold registered and Salmon-Safe certified project features biofiltration retention planters that treat 160,000 gallons of the heavily polluted rainwater runoff from Aurora Bridge annually. Two additional future phases of remediation are planned on nearby properties with the goal of treating over 2 million gallons of polluted runoff annually every year. Weber Thompson was the architect and landscape architect on the project, and the project is managed by Stephen C. Grey & Associates. DATA 1 will be fully occupied by the end of the year; Tableau Software is the office tenant.
Other team members for DATA 1 include: CoU, developer; Pennon Construction, Contractor; KPFF Civil Engineering; DCI, Structural Engineering; Weber Thompson, Educational Signage.
To learn more about the innovative design of Data 1, please visit: www.weberthompson.com.
About Seattle 2030 District
The Seattle 2030 District is a groundbreaking high-performance building district in downtown Seattle that aims to dramatically reduce environmental impacts of building construction and operations through education and collaboration across every sector of the built environment.
About Weber Thompson
Seattle-based Weber Thompson is a full service, West coast design firm specializing in architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and community/urban design. This award winning company has a staff of 70 design and construction professionals, housed in the celebrated Terry Thomas, a LEED NC Gold certified office building in South Lake Union. Since 1988, Weber Thompson has developed a diverse practice with projects that include high-rises, high-density urban infill, residential, commercial office, hospitality, and affordable housing projects. Weber Thompson seeks effective results through a thoughtful and collaborative design process. For more information go to www.weberthompson.com or contact Weber Thompson at (206) 344-5700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.