Architect dubs UVa ecoMOD project selection a winner

prefab-ecomod-project-credit-jetson-green-posted-daily-business-news-manufactured-housing-pro-news-mhpronews-com-One of the eight 2013 Research and Design award selections by Architect Magazine in the ecoMOD Project was from the University of Virginia (UVa). The home was chosen as an example for “low-impact, energy-efficient housing units.” The ecoMOD Project aims at sustainable residential design for low- to moderate-levels, using prefab housing methods. Jetsongreen tells MHProNews that current installations on track for this summer include three modular units, to be rented or purchased by low-income households. Two of the homes meet international Passive House standards, at a delivery cost of $105 per square foot, plus design fees and foundation work. The third home, which was described as a control unit, meets local codes at a cost of $70 per square foot. The modules used regionally-sourced materials such as certified red oak for flooring and cementitious fiber board siding. ##

(Photo credit: Jetson Green)

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