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Lassel Architects PA

370 Main St.
South Berwick, Maine 03908
207-384-2049
info@lasselarchitects.com
www.lasselarchitects.com
Lassel Architects PA is an architectural and planning
firm founded in 1989. We have been designing
sustainable and energy efficient structures for over
20 years. The firm provides a broad range of services
with experience in a variety of project types. All
members of our design team are LEED Accredited
Professionals and one is also a Building Performance
Institute (BPI) Certified Building Analyst. Our portfolio
of work includes renovation and new construction
projects, in commercial, institutional, health care,
retail, multi-family housing and unique single family
residences of various sizes and budgets. We treat all of
our projects, be they small or large, with the same care
and thought to achieve our clients' goals.
Specialties: Architecture, Commercial &
Institutional, Multifamily, Single Family

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Lewis Creek Builders

909 Long Point Rd.
North Ferrisburgh, Vermont 05473
802-999-6942
mark@lewiscreekbuilders.com
www.lewiscreekcompany.com
Our Company has four integrated divisions: Design,
Build, Energy, and Education. We offer traditional
design/build residential services which are coupled
with expertise in renewable energy, high performance
homes, and passive house construction. What
makes us special is our whole systems approach
which includes not just the built environment but the
education of the public and homeowners in matters
related to sustainability and generative living.
Specialties: Building Design & Construction,
Education, Energy Conservation

Luthin Associates, Inc.

535 Main St.
Allenhurst, New Jersey 07711
732-774-0005
info@luthin.com
www.luthin.com
At Luthin Associates we draw upon our robust
industry experience to provide a unique perspective
and innovative solutions for our clients. Luthin
Associates provides a wide array of energy consulting
services to all of the industry sectors predominately
in the New York tristate area. We currently conduct
business in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut,
Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts. In addition, we
are also licensed to conduct business in Maryland
and Illinois.
Specialties: Alternative Energy, Commercial
& Institutional, Consultancy

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M.G. Kane Properties, Inc.

162 Pond St.
Ashland, Massachusetts 01721
508-881-8882
mg.kane@verizon.net
www.mgkaneproperties.com
M.G. Kane Properties specializes in building
"Net Zero Energy Attainable" homes.
Specialties: Real Estate

M.J. Moran, Inc.

4 South Main St.
Haydenville, Massachusetts 01039
413-268-7251
info@mjmoraninc.com
www.mjmoraninc.com
The M.J. Moran Company was formed in February of
1978, and has steadily grown in size since then. Our
repeat customers include Top Flite/Callaway Golf,
Milton Bradley, Suddekor, Smith College, Mount
Holyoke College, Amherst College, Eaglebrook
School, Northfield Mount Hermon, and the Cooley
Dickinson Hospital, just to name a few. As Mechanical
Construction Manager, we work closely with the
Architect, Engineers, and Owner, providing our
expertise in value costing, budgeting and scheduling.
Project Services include: Plumbing, HVAC Systems,
Process Piping Systems, High Pressure Gas & Steam
Systems, Medical Gas Systems, Design/Build Services,
Mechanical Construction Management.
Specialties: Building Design & Construction,
Commercial & Institutional, Construction
Process, Design Process, Engineering,
HVAC, Multifamily, Single Family

Maclay Architects

4509 Main St.
Waitsfield, Vermont 05673
802-496-4004
wmap@maclayarchitects.com
www.maclayarchitects.com
Maclay Architects specializes in ecological planning
and architecture, healthy building design, micro-load
and net zero building design and received the 2012
NESEA Zero Net Energy Building Award. The firm's
project portfolio includes ten LEED Gold or Platinum
certified buildings, and ten net zero or net zero ready
institutional and commercial projects. Bill Maclay
and Maclay Architects authored a book titled: The
New Net Zero: Leading-Edge Design and Construction
of Homes and Buildings for a Renewable Energy
Future, by Chelsea Green Publishing. Bill Maclay,
AIA, LEED-AP, and founding principal of Maclay
Architects, has been recognized as a leader in
innovative, healthy, and ecological planning and
architectural design since 1971.
Specialties: Architecture, Building Design &
Construction, Commercial & Institutional,
Education, Energy Conservation, Envelope
& Enclosure, Multifamily, Net Zero Energy,
Remodeling/DER, Single Family

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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 - From the Board Chair: Taking flight into new territory.
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BUILDING ENERGY - Fall 2017 - Going All the Way:What it will really take to achieve net zero energy in Burlington, VT.
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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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