Green Building Entrepreneur: Shane Gring- BOULD

BOULD partners with affordable housing builders, like Habitat For Humanity, to transform housing projects into hands-on, interactive learning laboratories to help transition architecture and construction professionals into the green building industry.

Have any Home Energy Pros members worked on Habitat for Humanity projects?

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Comment by Brian Robinson on May 26, 2013 at 5:56pm

At Evergreen Home Performance LLC in Rockland ME, we have been involved in 2 recent Habitat builds. We were pleased to volunteer our time and talent to ensuring that tight very well insulated and adequately ventilated houses were built to provide really sustainable homes with truly reasonable lifecyle costs.

Comment by Sean Lintow Sr on April 12, 2013 at 5:04pm

Yes I have & I even did it through the BOULD program which I did write about: http://blog.sls-construction.com/2012/leed-ap-habitat-humanity-bould 

The only catch with it, is Shane seemingly dropped off the grid at least as far as our project was concerned

Fortunately I don't need the letter yet & when I do I can get it from the Habitat chapter which I still help out on other projects

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