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Kris Beason Joins Katerra as Head of Pacific Northwest Construction

SEATTLE – February 8, 2021 – Katerra, a technology-enabled construction company, today announced that Kris Beason has been appointed as Head of Construction for the Pacific Northwest. In her new role, Beason will be responsible for growing Katerra’s team and overseeing project delivery in this key region, which includes Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. Central to this role will be continuing to help scale the delivery of Katerra’s factory-built multifamily housing and mass timber projects, as well as other active market sectors in the region. Beason is succeeding Greg Smith, who will be transitioning to lead project delivery for Katerra’s factory-driven Multifamily Residential Platform.

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Leadership Q&A: Kris Beason, Head of PNW Construction

Meet Kris Beason, Katerra Head of Construction, Pacific Northwest.

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End of Year Snapshot: Project & Product Updates

Katerra Snapshot is a monthly series highlighting updates and progress across Katerra’s portfolio of work. This month we focus on the completion of The M in the University District of Seattle, as well as updates on the projects, products, and technology driving our work. The M: Taking Student Housing to New Heights in Seattle’s University […]

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Luxury Student Tower Opens in The U District

Daily Journal of Commerce
Katerra and Pine View Development have finished the $70 million luxury student housing tower near the University of Washington now called The M.

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October Snapshot: Exploring COVID Impacts on Multifamily, Project Updates, & Awards

Katerra Snapshot is a monthly series highlighting updates and progress across Katerra’s portfolio of work. This month highlights our insights into COVID-driven impacts on the multifamily market, as well as updates on the projects, products, and technology driving our work.

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Catalyst: Katerra’s latest building, designed with Michael Green, aims for both zero energy and zero carbon

By Joann Gonchar, Architectural Record

At 159,000 square feet, Catalyst—developed by a subsidiary of the energy company Avista and the engineering, construction, and facility-operations firm McKinstry—is one of North America’s largest buildings to pursue both zero energy and zero carbon certification.