The 2014 Project of the Year exemplifies smart density, walkability, and community.
Twenty-eight teams developed cost-effective, zero energy ready homes for mainstream builders in the DOE’s Challenge Home Student Design Competition.
Utah-based builder plans expansion into markets where homeowners face high utility bills.
Homebuyers shopping in Denver’s huge Stapleton development know they’re going to get an energy-efficient home because that’s all the master developer will allow. But Wonderland Homes is betting that its continued success in Stapleton depends on not taking energy efficiency too far.
SIPs manufacturer makes net-zero living possible at $150 a square foot.