In the conceptual and design phases of a construction project, a design review provides building owners and stakeholders with an assessment of their building’s expected performance. It also offers an opportunity to identify modifications that will lead to a more sustainable building, reduced operating costs and improved durability.
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Southface offers design reviews for both residential and commercial building projects still in their conceptual or design phases. Making use of an “integrated design approach” that considers all aspects of a building’s performance and the synergies between operational systems, a Southface design review helps owners identify and address opportunities for increased building performance. Because it promotes collaboration and consultation between project team members to identify potential problems early in the process, a Southface design review can also reduce the need for change orders.
The EarthCraft Awards returned this year with a fresh take on what makes an EarthCraft project great.Read More
“The most affordable home is one that is affordable to live in and operate.” These are words we’ve lived by for years at Southface, and finally, we’re working to put statistics behind the anecdotes. Validating the Impact of Green Affordable Housing is a recently funded one-year research project. Our communities and policy teams, along with…Read More
The residential workshop took place at Weatherford Place, a Solar Community of EcoCraft Hybrid™ Homes in Roswell designed and constructed by Cadmus Construction. The development has achieved the first Platinum Level LEED for Homes Certification in Georgia, a pioneering feat attained by only five percent of LEED for Homes certification recipients nationwide.Read More