Archive for the "Green Design" Category

A Close Look at Vinyl: a Ubiquitous Material with a Questionable Future

Vinyl products are durable and low cost. But new research suggests the long term environmental and health effects may not be worth the risk.
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Saint Michael’s College

Construction Update: Saint Michael’s College Residence Hall

Students at St. Michael's College will soon have a new modern, green building to call home. Construction on the 3-story building is progressing rapidly.
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Net Zero House

Getting to Net Zero: the Power Generation

Sustainable on-site energy sources such as solar PV and geothermal systems are increasingly being used to power our Net Zero energy homes.
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Net Zero House

Getting to Net Zero: Bundling Up with a Warm Winter Coat

To achieve Net Zero energy, perhaps the most important aspect of home design is the building envelope. Read more to learn what this all means.
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Net Zero House

Getting to Net Zero: Location, Location, Location

In the first of a 3-part series, Lee describes the initial steps on the path toward reaching your Net Zero goals.
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Improving Your School – Part II: Maximizing Ventilation

Providing fresh-air ventilation is key to creating a healthy, productive classroom environment. In this entry of the Digital Crayon, David Epstein explains how to incorporate and maintain a...
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Improving Your School – Part I: Minimizing Indoor Pollutants

In this first post of a 5-part series, David Epstein explains how you can make improvements to classroom indoor air quality to improve student health and productivity.
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Digital Crayon: Article 10 – Greening Your Existing School Facility

posted by David Epstein, AIA, LEED AP   In our last article, we discussed the sustainability in a general way as viewed through the lens of the LEED Green Building...
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Digital Crayon: Article 8 – Sustainablity

posted by David Epstein, AIA, LEED AP Sustainability, Green Schools, Environmental Design – it goes by many names these days. Everybody wants it for their schools, but few schools...
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Stowe Home featured in Vermont Magazine

One of our recent residential projects has just been published in the latest issue of Vermont Magazine.    “At Home in Vermont” tells the story of how this family’s...
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