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Located just outside of Washington, DC, the 3030 House is a specimen of modern simplicity, steel strength, pre-engineered speed, and energy-efficient green.  This model features 3-inch r-24 walls and a 4-inch r-32 roof.  It is also extremely space efficient, taking up only 30’X30′, hence the name 3030 House.  Designed by Greg La Vardera from LaMi Design, this house is at the intersection of quality and affordability, specifically when used multiple times in a development.  This is due to the minimalist design, the strength and durability of the materials, and the fast building system that it employs.

Good news everyone! Construction just began on this little jewel.  More pics and info after the jump… Read the rest of this entry »

This is a sneak peak into one of our most exciting projects.  We’ve finished the design and engineering and are just about to start the steel fabrication.  Called Cuna De Vida (Cradle of Life), this will be the ultimate sustainable luxury resort.  Located on a remote island off the pacific coast of Panama, this adventurous resort will be completely off-grid, relying completely on it’s own renewable energy production, water management, and organic farm.  Together with our green buildings, it will be a resort like no other.  More pics and info after the jump…

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