ACEDC Members Win VT’s Greenest Building Awards
The 6th Annual Vermont’s Greenest Building Awards, hosted by the Vermont Green Building Network (VGBN), recognized seven projects and design/build teams around the state. Three of the winners are also members of the Addison County Economic Development Corporation (ACEDC), VT Integrated Architecture, Bread Loaf Corporation & the Town of Middlebury.
These projects received awards for achieving the highest standard of demonstrated building energy performance for residential and commercial buildings, and were judged based on an expanded definition of “green” building.
The 2017 winners were recently celebrated at the VT Green Building Gala in Burlington. Winning residential, commercial and Net Zero buildings were showcased as inspirational, model green buildings that create a new standard for environmentally responsible building in the state.
The ACEDC members who are also 2017 VT’s Greenest Building Award winners are:
VT’s Going Green Award | Residential: River View Residence:
This new construction home features all the charm of an older Vermont farmhouse, while embracing the innovative features of an energy efficient home. EUI: 24.5 kBtu/sf/yr
- Architect: VT Integrated Architecture
VT’s Greenest Award | Commercial: Middlebury Town Office:
This net zero ready town office building in the heart of Middlebury’s historic downtown blends historic architecture with high efficiency features such as a high performance envelope, no fossil or biomass fuel systems, natural daylighting of all occupied spaces, and heat pump heating and cooling technology. EUI: 24.5 kBtu/sf/yr
VT’s Greenest Award – Commercial: Middlebury Town Office