Twenty-two prefabricated modules—each weighing 18 tons—were hoisted into place on Lehman College's campus with a 600-ton crane.
The NZ99 home is designed to take full advantage of factory fabrication to produce a two module net zero house at an affordable price. This house is developed from our designs for high performance, high durability housing for the US Customs and Border Patrol and is the product of extraordinary research and development.
Time-lapse video of the on-site assembly process for Koby Cottage, our modular residence built for Starr Commonwealth's Montcalm School for Boys.
We're working on a large scale modular housing development in Williston, North Dakota. Check back to see the progress!
Jim explaining the design and construction process for prototypical Net Zero housing to be built on Brooklyn brownstone lots.
The benefits of modular building can be exploited beyond the single family home. Currently being constructed in a factory in Pennsylvania, our modular Child Care Center for CUNY...
As defined by the US Department of Energy, “a net zero-energy building (ZEB) is a residential or commercial building with greatly reduced energy needs through efficiency gains such that the balance of energy needs can be supplied with renewable technologies.”