10 Broadwater Ct LEED Project
This project was built by a production builder, and used spray polyurethane foam insulation in the walls and along the roof, creating a more hospitable environment for the HVAC system and ductwork, as well as dramatically reducing the amount of infiltration.
Additionally, the development used a waste recycling company that diverted construction waste from the landfill by sorting off-site.
128 Martin LEED Project
This Habitat for Humanity project demonstrates that achieving LEED for Homes Gold certification doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. In fact, it can be very cost effective when the right project team is assembled and the verification team stays on top of the documentation.
1417 Cornelia LEED Project
This home was originally built in 1889 and was transformed in a LEED for Homes project, achieving Silver certification!
Dutch Valley LEED Project
Formerly the site of a rundown quadplex, this project was turned into a development of 2 triplexes, increasing the housing density while maintaining a sense of security with the interior courtyard and play area.
Designed for accessibility, the affordable housing developer used advanced framing techniques to reduce the amount of lumber, and maximized the amount of locally produced products installed.
Heavily relying on third party verification, the project earned 15 points out of a possible 21 in Indoor Environmental Quality.