NAIOP’s 2022 Award Winners!

4EA Building Science is very excited to announce that we have had more than one winning project in NAIOP’s 2022 Night of the Stars Awards! The award-winning and nominated projects vary in scope and size, ranging from sustainable multi-family residences to high-rise office buildings and community developments.

We are humbled by the recognition that these projects received and are delighted that the continued hard work and dedication of our team is fulfilling our collective goal to have a positive impact on the built environment.

Winners

Photo Credit: Moris Moreno

Beam – Multi-Family Residential Urban Development of the Year: More than 100 Units

Architect: Tiscareno Associates | Client: Intracorp NW

Project Points: LEED Gold, through-block passageway

“Beam is a mixed-use, transit-oriented development, intended as a catalyst for revitalizing a part of Seattle’s aging, but deeply established, “Little Saigon” neighborhood. . . . The design highlight is an innovative through-block passageway that uses community-sourced art, materials, and small-scale retail spaces to reflect the essence of this unique neighborhood.”

NAIOP’s 2022 Night of the Stars


ʔál ʔal – Community Impact Development of the Year

Photo Credit: NW Skyview Imagery

Architect: Jones & Jones Architecture | Contractor: Walsh Construction

Project Points: Supportive housing, on-site clinic

“ʔálʔal, meaning “home” in the indigenous Lushootseed language, offers housing for those experiencing homelessness, with the far majority of them Native Americans and Alaska Natives. The clinic, operated by Seattle Indian Health Board, features a fully furnished pharmacy, medical examination, and procedure areas.”

NAIOP’s 2022 Night of the Stars


Ellie Passivhaus – Sustainable Development of the Year

The front of a 6-storey modern apartment building
Photo Credit: Sound West Group

Architect: Balance Architects | Contractor: Cascade Built | Owner: Sound West Group

Project Points: PHIUS+ 2018 v1.1 Passive House Standard

“Total energy consumption is lowered up to 64% compared to the national average and provides a healthier quality of life to the residents through constant supply of filtered fresh air. The project was 39% above the Priority Green requirement for Seattle’s permit process.”

NAIOP’s 2022 Night of the Stars


Hobson Place – Affordable Housing Development of the Year

Photo Credit: Runberg Architecture Group

Architect: Runberg Architecture Group | Contractor: Wilcox Construction Inc. | Developer: DESC

Project Points: Affordable housing, behavioral healthcare clinic

“Hobson Place offers permanent supportive housing for 177 disabled individuals and those experiencing chronic homelessness. . . . By co-locating housing and health services, the project’s clients can address the interrelated causes of homelessness. The clinic is on track to serve over 3,900 clients annually.”

NAIOP’s 2022 Night of the Stars

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