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David Matero Architecture

100 Front St., Ste. 40
Bath, Maine 04530
207-389-4278
david@davidmatero.com
www.davidmatero.com
David Matero Architecture is a full service LEED AP
architect specializing in residential, commercial,
historic, green and restaurant architecture.
Specialties: Architecture, Commercial &
Institutional, Multifamily, Single Family

David Murray Architect

61 Church Hill Rd.
New Paltz, New York 12561
845-384-2265
davidmurrayarchitect@gmail.com
www.hudsonvalleyarchitect.com
David Murray is a NYS licensed Architect based
in New Paltz, New York. His practice consists of
both Residential and Commercial projects in both
Traditional and Contemporary Styles. The designs
utilize Green strategies and products with super
insulated, energy efficient design a priority. This
is a small firm with great ideas and excellent
client service.
Specialties: Architecture, Commercial & Institutional,
Net Zero Energy, Passive Housing, Single Family

DEAP Energy Group, LLC

667 Saw Mill Brook Pkwy.
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
617-775-4716
mduclos@deapgroup.com
www.deapgroup.com
DEAP Energy Group provides comprehensive
consulting services to improve the quality of life and
energy efficiency of homes. Our work encompasses
both new construction and existing home retrofits.
We work on single-family homes, multi-family up
to three stories, and small-scale commercial and
institutional projects.
Specialties: Building Design & Construction,
Energy Conservation, Remodeling/DER

Decumanus Green Design/Build, Inc.

29 Edgewood Dr., Ste. 2
Lenox, Massachusetts 01240
413-281-0046
joseph@decumanusgreen.com
www.decumanusgreen.com
Decumanus Green provides both design and
construction services. Whether you are looking to
build new or remodel, we can help you to visualize
and realize a new home that fits within your budget.
At Decumanus Green we strive to make all of our
building practices as environmentally responsible
as possible and our homes and additions as energy
efficient as possible. We keep ourselves abreast
of the constantly developing world of sustainable
design and building.
Specialties: Building Design & Construction,
Design Process, Remodeling/DER, Single Family

Demand Management Institute, Inc. (DMI)

300 Chestnut St., Ste. 150
Needham, Massachusetts 02492
781-449-5700
info@dmiinc.com
www.dmiinc.com
DMI specializes in providing expert consulting and
engineering services to improve energy efficiency and
operation of commercial, industrial, institutional, and
large-scale residential facilities. DMI has established
itself as one of the most respected energy engineering
firms in New England with unsurpassed attention to
detail and quality.
Specialties: Energy Auditing, Energy Conservation

DeMetrick Housewrights

201P Gravelly Hill Rd.
Wakefield, Rhode Island 01879
401-789-4712
sdemetrick@gmail.com
www.demetrickhousewrights.com
DeMetrick Housewrights is a residential building
company in Rhode Island that specializes in
high-performance building, millwork, and
high-end remodeling.
Specialties: Building Design & Construction,
Design Process, Net Zero Energy, Passive
Housing, Remodeling/DER, Single Family

Dietz & Company Architects, Inc.

55 Frank B. Murray St., Ste. 201
Springfield, Massachusetts 01103
413-733-6798
office@dietzarch.com
www.dietzarch.com
For over 30 years, Dietz & Company Architects has
been serving the architectural needs of private and
public institutions including the housing, education,
healthcare, commercial, and historic preservation
sectors. We are dedicated to interpreting our
clients' ideas while building healthy, sustainable
communities. We routinely design high performance
buildings and implement a "best practice" approach
for energy conservation and sustainable materials
whenever it can be determined to be cost-effective
for our clients. Our sustainable design achievements
include two recently built affordable housing
developments that are designed to be zero net energy.
Specialties: Architecture, Commercial &
Institutional, Multifamily, Single Family

Dominic Paul Mercadante Architecture

70 Waldo Ave.
Belfast, Maine 04915
207-338-4089
info@dpmercadante.com
www.dpmercadante.com
With over 20 years of experience I bring creativity
and attention to detail to my practice of residential
architecture creating buildings that perform well
environmentally, functionally, and aesthetically.
Specialties: Architecture, Building Design
& Construction, Consultancy

Donnell Carpentry

46 Hop Brook Rd.
Amherst, Massachusetts 01002
413-522-2051
ddonnell@crocker.com
Specialties: Building Design &
Construction, Construction Process

Dryvit Systems, Inc.

1 Energy Way
West Warwick, Rhode Island 02893
401-822-4100
dean.balcirak@dryvit.com
www.dryvit.com
As a global leader contributing to sustainable
buildings, Dryvit Systems is committed to providing
quality products and services while considering
people, planet, and prosperity in all business
decisions. We are recognized for developing the
world's most energy efficient, architecturally diverse,
insulated cladding systems and decorative finishes for
vertical wall surfaces. Utilizing responsible chemistry
and exceptional manufacturing processes, we
conserve resources and minimize our environmental
impact to support and enhance healthy, vibrant
communities. With an engaged and empowered
workforce, Dryvit embraces a sustainable culture and
creates lasting value for our stakeholders.
Specialties: Insulation, Manufacturing

Duncan * Wisniewski Architecture

255 South Champlain St.
Burlington, Vermont 05401
802-864-6693
michaelw@duncanwisniewski.com
www.duncanwisniewski.com
Passive means PRO-actively designing structures
that use less energy, last beyond a lifetime, and offer
a sanctuary for the inhabitants. Duncan Wisniewski
Architecture is committed to learning, teaching,
and sharing passive design. Passive is a mindset
placing value on the ecosystems and communities
we inhabit at home and at work. Passive House is
a performance building standard that sets a pretty
high bar for low energy consumption. Simply put- we
believe in designing good places that prosper, and we
have adopted a design strategy focusing on a robust
building envelope (passive) to minimize mechanical
systems (active).
Specialties: Architecture, Commercial & Institutional,
Multifamily, Passive Housing, Single Family

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E2 Solar, Inc.

831 Main St., Rte. 6A
Dennis, Massachusetts 02638
508-237-3892
jason@e2solarcapecod.com
www.e2solarcapecod.com
In 2008, E2 Solar was established to deliver high
quality photovoltaic systems to residents and
businesses on Cape Cod and the South Shore. Since
then E2 has installed over 100 MW of photovoltaic
and numerous solar thermal systems on residences
and businesses across southeastern Massachusetts.
Jason Stoots and the entire staff at E2 Solar, Inc. is
committed to designing and installing exceptionally
efficient, low maintenance, long lasting solar energy
systems. E2 offers SunPower PV modules with the
highest efficiency now available (cell efficiencies over
20%). Talk with one of E2 Solar's qualified solar site
analysts today.
Specialties: Photovoltaics, Solar Thermal

E4TheFuture

10 Speen St.
Framingham, Massachusetts 01701
774-777-5121
info@e4thefuture.org
www.e4thefuture.org
Bringing clean, efficient energy home for
every American. E4 = energy, economy, equity,
environment. E4TheFuture promotes residential
clean energy and sustainable resource solutions to
advance climate protection and economic fairness
by influencing federal, state and local policies, and
by helping to build a resilient and vibrant energy
efficiency and clean energy sector. Follow us on
Twitter @e4thefuture
Specialties: Education, Energy
Conservation, Public Policy

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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of BUILDING ENERGY - Fall 2017

From the Executive Director: A strategic plan for emerging professionals.
From the Board Chair: Taking flight into new territory.
What is Strategic Electrification? Simply Put, It’s an Energy Transformation: A core pathway to deep carbon reduction.
Better Steam Heat: Generating steam system upgrades in New York City.
Going All the Way:What it will really take to achieve net zero energy in Burlington, VT.
Are You Forging the Weakest Link?: A deeper dive into how the quest for resilience alters the design process.
Air Quality in Your Bedroom: Nighttime Carbon Dioxide Levels in the Bedrooms of 22 Vermont Homes: Can occupants of leaky houses breathe easy in their sleep?
Inclusive Diversity Key to Sustainability: Opinion: Sustainability planning must embrace diversity.
BuildingEnergy Bottom Lines: An interview with Jonathan Orpin.
High Performance Walls: Discover an alternative to traditional insulation methods that can reach superior insulation performance with thinner walls.
SAF®– A Solar Faade to Stay?: A technical overview of the newest attachment systems in the low-energy construction market.
NESEA Green Pages: This premier resource for sustainability professionals in the Northeast and beyond is just a few pages away. To have your business listed in next year’s Green Pages and become a NESEA business member today, visit nesea.org/join.
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BUILDING ENERGY - Fall 2017 - Are You Forging the Weakest Link?: A deeper dive into how the quest for resilience alters the design process.
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BUILDING ENERGY - Fall 2017 - Air Quality in Your Bedroom: Nighttime Carbon Dioxide Levels in the Bedrooms of 22 Vermont Homes: Can occupants of leaky houses breathe easy in their sleep?
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BUILDING ENERGY - Fall 2017 - Inclusive Diversity Key to Sustainability: Opinion: Sustainability planning must embrace diversity.
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BUILDING ENERGY - Fall 2017 - BuildingEnergy Bottom Lines: An interview with Jonathan Orpin.
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BUILDING ENERGY - Fall 2017 - High Performance Walls: Discover an alternative to traditional insulation methods that can reach superior insulation performance with thinner walls.
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BUILDING ENERGY - Fall 2017 - SAF®– A Solar Faade to Stay?: A technical overview of the newest attachment systems in the low-energy construction market.
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BUILDING ENERGY - Fall 2017 - NESEA Green Pages: This premier resource for sustainability professionals in the Northeast and beyond is just a few pages away. To have your business listed in next year’s Green Pages and become a NESEA business member today, visit nesea.org/join.
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