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Sandra Mallory, LEED Consultant
Environmental Works
- Designer - Collaborator

Phone: (206) 329-8300


The Matt Talbot Center - Collaborator
Seattle, Washington
The Matt Talbot Center is a multi-service facility that offers Seattleā€™s homeless population a core of programs built around initiatives to stop substance abuse and prevent relapse. Traugott Terrace is the result of a long-term goal of the Center to provide housing as an integral component of the recovery program. http://www.matttalbotcenter.org/

Archdiocesan Housing Authority - Homeowner
Seattle, Washington
The Archdiocesan Housing Authority offer programs and services to create a welcoming, safe refuge for people who have had no "home" in their lives. The AHA provides a continuum of care for homeless and low-income persons throughout Western Washington. http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=housing_index

Seattle City Light - Built Smart Program - Collaborator- Sponsor
Seattle, Washington
Built Smart buildings are designed and built to conserve resources while providing a healthy, comfortable, cost-efficient living environment. Seattle City Light also runs a pilot program to provide incentive funding for soft costs associated with participation in the LEED Green Building Rating system. http://www.cityofseattle.net/light/conserve/resident/cv5_bs.htm

Environmental Works - Designer- Collaborator- Sponsor
Seattle, Washington
This community design center provides informed sustainable design assistance to non-profit organizations and affordable housing developers. Environmental Works acted as the primary architect, provided assistance with LEED requirements, and provided supplemental funding through the Sustainable Affordable Communities grant. Collaboration with the Seattle Office of Housing, SeaGreen Program provided an opportunity to develop guidelines for greening affordable housing using Traugott Terrace as a model. http://www.eworks.org

Seattle Office of Housing - Collaborator- Sponsor
Seattle, Washington
The Seattle Office of Housing invests in and promotes the development and preservation of affordable housing that offers opportunity for individuals, families and communities to thrive. The Office provided project funding and assistance to the Traugott Terrace project. Seattle Office of Housing also worked with Traugott Terrace and Environmental Works to develop guidelines for greening affordable housing for a new program called SeaGreen. http://www.cityofseattle.net/housing/ http://www.cityofseattle.net/housing/

LEED Pilot Incentive Program - Collaborator- Sponsor
Seattle, Washington
Funded by Seattle City Light and Seattle Public Utilities, the LEED Incentive Program provides financial assistance to building owners and developers to incorporate meaningful and cost-effective sustainable building goals early in building programming and design decisions. http://www.cityofseattle.net/light/conserve/sustainability/leed/

Beacon Development Group - Developer
Seattle, Washington
Beacon Development Group strives to provide superior quality housing development, consulting, and planning services to non-profit and faith-based organizations dedicated to the building of affordable housing and healthy communities. The Group provided development assistance to the Traugott Terrace project. http://beacondevgroup.com

Rafn Company - Builder
Bellevue, Washington
RAFN combines the collective resources of a large corporation with the specialized capabilities of a small business. Each business unit invests its energy into mastering the specific technologies and construction techniques that benefit their projects. For this project, Rafn provided contractor services including the development of a Waste Management Plan and a construction Indoor Air Quality plan, sourced "green" materials and provided required LEED documentation. http://www.rafn.com/

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