Building Green




We have an ongoing commitment to the ever-growing sustainable building movement.

[A]s an active participant in the development and establishment of the Evergreen Sustainable Development Standard, we have taken a significant role in the growth of environmentally friendly construction practices in Washington State. We are also a certified member of the Built Green Program, have met the Built Smart certification requirements for many Seattle-based projects, and have built several LEED-certified design and construction methods.

Marpac Construction LEED & Sustainable Building Experience
The Imani Village has earned a 4 Star rating from the Master Builders Association.

The West Seattle Community Resource Center, built in 2007, was one of a handful of mixed-use multifamily projects in the nation to receive LEED Silver certification at the time.

The Artspace Everett Lofts project in Everett, WA, completed in February 2010 has also achieved LEED Silver certification.

The KWA Senior City project in Federal Way, completed in April 2010, met the requirements of the Green Communities Standard and the Evergreen Sustainable Development Standard.

The A .L . Humphrey House project, completed in July 2010, met the Evergreen Sustainable Development Standard, as well as Seattle Office of Housing’s SeaGreen Affordable Housing Guidelines for sustainable building.

Katharine’s Place received an award from Built Green Seattle for its sustainable features.

Aurora Supportive Housing (completed January 2013), The Jefferson (completed October 2012), The Brettler Family Place project (completed in March 2011), and The Willows at Melvin project (completed in October 2011) all met the Evergreen Sustainable Development Standard.