Monthly Archives: October 2016

October 2016 Dinner Meeting

Please join us for our October dinner meeting,  on Thursday October 27 at the Best Western Executive Inn.

Early Registration ends today  Friday October 21 @ 4pm.

The Design of Sound Transit East Link Downtown Bellevue Tunnel (Contract E330) 

We are excited to announce that Mike Wongkaew, Associate and Principal Engineer at Mott MacDonald will be speaking at our October dinner meeting at the Best Western in Seattle. He will be speaking on the Sound Transit Tunnel that will be constructed using Sequential Excavation Methods (SEM).

 Thursday, October 27th

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Geotechnical Instrumentation and Automated Monitoring – Fall Short Course

2016 Fall Short Course

Geotechnical Instrumentation and Automated Monitoring – Friday, November 4th

We are pleased to announce a Fall Short Course this year.  Pleas join us on Friday November 4th at the Columbia Tower Club to learn more about Geotechnical Instrumentation and Automated monitoring from Soldata, Campbell Scientific, and RocTest.


The Short Course will be held on Friday November 4th at the Columbia Tower Club – CLICK HERE for more information

RRNW Film Event: Stories of Our Watersheds, October 12

RRNW Film Event:  Stories of Our Watersheds, October 12

River Restoration Northwest (RRNW) is excited to announce that we will be hosting a screening of our third annual ‘Stories of Our Watersheds’ film event on October 12, 2016 in Seattle.  This film screening will be held at the Columbia City Theater and feature a series of short films that celebrates our watersheds and the understanding that everyone lives in a watershed. The intent of this year’s event is to create a gathering where we share stories about the different ways we experience, sustain and celebrate our river systems.

When: October 12, 2016, doors open 6:30 PM, films start at 7:30 PM

Where: Columbia City Theater,  4916 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118,  (206) 722-3009

Who: This is a public (age 21+) event! If you’re interested in engaging a unique group of designers, planners, artists, and scientists around the topic of healthy watersheds, this is the place for you…and bring your friends!

Food/Drink: There will be a cash bar. However, no food is available at the venue but, there are several excellent restaurants nearby such as Tutta Bella and the Columbia City Ale House.

The 13 selected films for 2016 represent a wide range of river systems from the Pacific Northwest to the Middle East. Selected films share stories from a variety of conservation organizations, tribes, watershed councils, agencies and filmmakers. Explore the selected films on our website here. Follow us on Facebook for more up to date information on this event and much more!

 Purchase your advance tickets at the Columbia City Theater Website, for more information visit the Facebook event page.