Our project is complex and we’re doing our best to stay on track. However, our non-maleable building materials (i.e., concrete, glass and steel) make it difficult to correct mistakes or make other changes and, consequently, we’re taking more time and money than we had planned for this project. That said, a LEED-H Platinum project, by definition, requires […]
It was a scramble today with getting the roof SIPs in place. However, Bryan managed to buzz up to San Francisco and attend the Seventh Annual Water Conservation Showcase at the Pacific Energy Center. Making Excellent Contacts at the Show While it may seem like a luxury (waste of time?) to attend a show, it […]
There is one steel flush beam in our roof, which will not be visible. However, this beam connects many of the key structural components together in the house and must be fabricated to very fine tolerances so it will fit into the SIP roof assembly and connect the components as designed. Given it was a […]
Judy Peterson, lead writer for the Los Gatos Weekly Times, came to our second Collaborative Informational Session on Wednesday, March 10 and interviewed a number of people. George Sakkestad came with Judy and took photos of the event. The Los Gatos Weekly Times just published Judy’s story today (the text of the article appears below). Way cool. Attending […]
We posted the invitation to our second Collaborative Informational Session. Registration You can register for the session by clicking on the button below.