2019 Summer Update

by | Apr 22, 2020

TC Legend Ski to Sea team

News since our last update:

  • We found out we won the Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET) “Cross Border Challenge” award for Net Zero American Home Builder. This was for having a HERS Index Score of negative 25 on our Bellingham Affordable Net-Positive Home! Big thanks to Elizabeth Coe, our go-to for third-party certification!
  • We fielded our first-ever Ski to Sea team!
  • Sustainable Connections featured a recent detached accessory dwelling unit, which they dubbed “Gentle Density,” in the NW Green Home Tour.

  • We updated our Portfolio with some recent projects. Links to each of them are here:

  • The Department of Energy just recently let us know we won another Housing Innovation Award in the Custom for Buyer Category for the Whatcom County Net Positive (above).

 That’s it for now – enjoy the rest of your Summer, and we’ll touch base again soon!

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