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Construction Tour: Northlake Commons - YAF + Mass Timber Committees

Join YAF and the Mass Timber Committee for a tour of Northlake Commons, Seattle's largest mass timber lab-ready office building. 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.

Join Young Architects Forum and Mass Timber Committee for a construction tour of Northlake Commons. Currently under construction and scheduled to be complete in the fall, Northlake Commons will be one of the largest mass timber office buildings in the US and is designed to support a range of life science uses. Mass Timber Committee will lead the tour and will give a toures through the project for a behind the scenes look at how this project came to be and what it means for the future of sustainable workplace design.

Space is limited to 30 attendees.

Registration for this program has closed.

When: Tuesday August 1 – 3:30pm – 5:30pm

Where: Northlake Commons, 3800 Latona Ave NE Seattle, WA 98105

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, and sturdy work boots. All PPE is required to be worn whenever inside the project fence.

Site Visitor Waiver: A printed and completed Visitor Waiver is required upon arrival in order to be admitted onto the tour.

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


August 1, 2023
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Event Price


AIA Seattle
(206) 448-4938


Northlake Commons
3800 Latona Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105 United States
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