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Vice President — Casey Schuchart, Schuchart Corporation
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Wendy P. Abeel, Director of Communications, The Miller Hull Partnership
Victor Alcantara, Founder, Mountain 7 LLC
Carol Binder, Community Volunteer
David Chamness, Associate Vice-President, Callison
Peter Krech, Principal, Graphite Design Group
Karen Ledbetter, Principal, Clark Nuber
Crystal Loya, Graham Baba Architects
Jim Nuerenberg, Community Volunteer
Kris Salerno, Osborne Construction
Paul Schlachter, Apollo Architecture
Matthew Somerton, Senior Associate, NBBJ
Pamela Trevithick, Principal, LMN Architects
Rob Widmeyer, Principal, LMN Architects (Past President)
Rick Workman, Lease Crutcher Lewis

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Seattle Architecture Foundation
Facebook IconFebruary 19, 2017 at 8:54 am

Tuesday!
Join us for Live, Work Play!Business Campuses
A dynamic talk about the challenges and rewards that come with designing business campuses

Tickets are $5-$15

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Some of the world’s largest companies are headquartered in the Seattle area but the built environment in which they each reside are vastly different. This lecture will examine the impact on the communities surrounding these business campuses, its employees and the surrounding residents.This ev