Mass Timber Committee – 35 Stone – Construction Tour
Join the Mass Timber Committee for a construction tour of 35 Stone. The design team will guide a tour through the active construction site to discuss the design process, outcomes and highlight key considerations for building with mass timber. Afterwards we will head to Pacific Inn Pub to continue the mass timber discussion.
Space is limited and a waitlist will be created for future tour opportunities. Please email email@example.com to be added to the waitlist.
Registration for this program has been closed.
Project Description: Telling a timber story of sustainability, 35 Stone celebrates Seattle’s origins with its mass timber framework and an industrial inspired form. The neighborhood-focused workplace and retail experience anchors the corner of evolution Projects Campus Seattle and will be a showcase for Seattle’s Living Building Pilot Program.
The building leverages the strength of a Dowel Laminated Timber (DLT) floor system with a glulam structural frame that reduces the building’s carbon footprint compared to steel and concrete construction. The warmth of the Douglas Fir interior provides a visual reminder of the building’s connection to nature and honors the region’s historic timber industry.
When: Monday, February 12th – 3:30pm – 4:30pm
Where: 35 Stone, 3524 Stone Way N, Seattle, WA 98103
Bonus: Happy hour afterwards at Pacific Inn Pub
Protective Gear Required: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required to be worn to access the site. A very limited quantity of PPE will be available to borrow onsite, so participants are strongly encouraged to bring their own: hard hat, safety glasses (safety over-glasses if wearing prescription lenses), high-vis vest, full length pants, and sturdy work boots. All PPE is required to be worn whenever inside the project fence.
COVID/Masking: AIA Seattle recommends masking as a demonstration of community care. Please do not attend if you are feeling sick.
Accessibility: If you have any specific accessibility/accommodation needs or concerns, please contact MassTimber@aiaseattle.org