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February 2016
  • THU

    8th Annual Texas Hold 'Em Tournament and Networking Event

    Thursday Feb 4
    6 pm - 8:30 pm

    Cort Showroom
    101 Andover Park E, Tukwila, WA 98188, USA



    Cort Showroom
    1230 Andover Park East, Tukwila, WA 98188

    Cost: $50/player ($50 re-buys available)

    Prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places!
    Professional Dealers!
    Drinks, appetizers and fun!

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    Table Sponsor: $400/table
    Includes 8 seats, signage, company logo on all materials, website, & flashes.

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  • THU

    Building Energy & GHG Reduction Policy Q & A

    Thursday Feb 18
    8:30 am - 10 am

    Seattle Municipal Tower
    Seattle Municipal Tower, 700 5th Ave, Seattle, WA 98104, USA

    The Office of Sustainability & Environment (OSE) developed policy recommendations for reducing building energy use and GHG emissions in support of thier Climate Action Plan. The policy will be considered at the Seattle City Council Energy & Environment Committee on Thursday, Feb. 25. You are invited to participate in a discussion of the proposed policy on February 18.

    Proposed Legislation:
    (documents are in the left hand column under Energy Policy Docs)

    8:30 AM: Presentation
    9 - 10 AM: Questions, feedback and discussion

    Coffee will be available.

    Seattle Municipal Tower, Room 1600, 700 5th Ave.
    Entrance at the corner of 5th and Columbia.

    RSVP & questions to Sandra Mallory, Sustainable Building Program Manager: or (206) 615-073

  • THU

    Lunch & Learn Series

    Thursday Feb 18
    11:30 am - 1 pm

    Benaroya Hall
    200 University Street, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

    Lunch & Learn Series

    'Energy Use Reduction'

    Speaker: Bob Cowan, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

    More Details

    Good news for operating budgets: research facilities can now shed the 'energy hog' label. With new strategies that dramatically improve power usage efficiency, labs can beat award-wining 'green' office facilities for sustainability, and here's the proof. The Fred Hutch team profiles the energy use reduction model for Fred Hutch's latest cancer research building and details what was done to reduce energy requirements and still support labs, freezers, incubators, cold rooms, mass spectrometers, validated labs and a BL2/3 Suite. Additionally they will show the 7 key strategies they used to obtain these results and demonstrate how those strategies come together to create one of the most energy efficient data centers ever a Data Center with a PUE of 1.04 when 2.3+ is the norm. In the past two years almost 1,000 people have toured this facility, some from as far away as China, come see what they have learned.

    Speaker Bob Cowan is the Director of Facilities for the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. He is responsible for day to day Operations, Maintenance and Repair of the beautiful, highly complex, world class, 1.6 million square foot, Fred Hutchinson Campus. The 15 building Campus, located in Sunny Seattle WA, is dedicated to both Cancer Research and Treatment, has over 4,000 staff and boast of 3 Nobel Prize winners amongst the staff.

    Location: Benaroya Hall, Founders Room
    200 University Street
    Seattle, WA 98101  > Directions
    Free parking to attendees! Entrance is located on 2nd Avenue.
    * Please see ENTRANCE INSTRUCTIONS below *

    11:30 am - 12:00 pm: Registration & Networking
    12:00 pm - 1:00 pm: Program and Lunch
    Come at 11:30 to register and network with your colleagues!
    Box lunches and free parking will be provided.

    Late registrants and walk-in's are welcome, but are not guaranteed a box lunch! Make sure you register today!

    $25 IFMA Members
    $45 Non-Members
    $15 Students

    Questions? Contact the Association Office at Toll Free 877-460-5880 or

    About the IFMA Seattle Lunch and Learn Series:
    Our Chapter launched the successful monthly 'Lunch and Learn' series in May of 2013 which has featured important industry speakers from the Puget Sound region discussing current issues affecting the management of the built environment.

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