Sign Up Now for September 21st Program!

Construction crews work on building a new underground research laboratory for mice, rat and monkey research below the Portage Bay Vista greenspace in between Foege Hall and Hitchcock Hall at the University of Washington on Thursday, April 23, 2015. The facility is being built underground because the university is running out of space on campus and because the site is considered a "view corridor" to Portage Bay.

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Sign up today for NWCCC’s September 21st program, “The Project’s Done – Now What??”

Register here!  There is no charge for NWCCC members, and only $199 for non-members.

Come learn about integrating planning for successful occupancy, operation, and maintenance into your capital project.

We are excited to have the following presentations and speakers:

  • Transition to Occupancy and Beyond/Animal Research and Care Facility Case Study – Jeff Angeley, UW
  • Approaching the Transition to Operations/ A Contractor Perspective – Mo Luqman, HenselPhelps, & Ash Awad, McKinstry
  • Considerations for the Operation/Maintenance of Industrial Facilities during Design/Construction – Dan Overman, BP

We will also hold a lively panel discussion following the presentations to answer questions and hear from others.

The program will run from 8:00am to 1:00pm, with a light breakfast/networking to start the day and lunch/networking to wrap things up, and will be held at the Lynnwood Convention Center just off I-5 at the I-5/I-405 interchange.

Thank you to the University of Washington for your sponsorship!

Published by

Travis Millhollin

NWCCC President