Vermont’s first multi-family building certified to Passive House standards is designed and constructed to use approximately 65% less energy than a standard home built today. This senior living facility achieves Passive House standards through the use of energy-efficient windows & doors, insulation, and improved air sealing. Extensive review and oversight were given at each phase of construction to ensure products and installation meet or exceed the specified standards.
In addition to being an energy-efficient multi-family structure, Elm Place features 30 apartments including three fully accessible units and the option to easily adapt other units to the same functionality.
Duncan Wisniewski Architecture
ReArch is very proactive in reviewing envelope details, always looking ahead to review and resolve those details weeks and months ahead of construction.