PHIUS N.E. Award Winners

| October 23, 2017

Seattle, WA – PHIUS awarded the finalists of the 2017 Passive Projects Competition during the annual Design Awards ceremony at the 12th Annual North American Passive House Conference in September.

This juried competition recognizes exemplary fully certified passive building projects of all types and climate zones.

Winners in New England included:

Elm Place, Milton, Vt.

Best Overall Project Winner: Elm Place, Milton, Vt.
The program was to develop 30 affordable residences on the first project in the town of Milton’s newly designated downtown, pedestrian-friendly core.
CPHC: Chris West, Eco-Houses of Vt.
Architect: Duncan•Wisniewski Architecture.
Structural: Hardy Structural Engineering.
MEP: Engineering Services of Vermont.
PHIUS+ rater: Karen Bushey, CPHC, Efficiency Vermont.

Passive Lodge at Silver Lake, Conn.

Commercial – Honorable Mention: Passive Lodge at Silver Lake, Conn.
The project is the retrofit of an existing camp dormitory for a nonprofit organization.
CPHC: James Hartford.
Architect: James Hartford, River Architects.
Builder: Benjamin Bogie, Built to Last LLC.
PHIUS+ rater and verifier: Troy Hodas, CPHC, Spruce Mountain.
Owner’s rep and project manager: Greg Arifian.

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