Please join Confluence Architecture, Habitat for Humanity and the Community Office for Resource Efficiency (CORE)
5:30pm – 7:00pm Tuesday, January 27th, 2015 at the Third Street Center, Carbondale, Colorado for a presentation of a research project titled
“Dollars and Carbon: Effectiveness of Sustainable Construction Methods in the Roaring Fork Valley of Colorado.”
Confluence Architecture and Habitat for Humanity received a “Design Assistance Grant” from CORE to research the life-cycle and return on investment of energy efficiency construction upgrades to single-family homes in the Roaring Fork Valley climate.
Discover the most effective strategies for constructing affordable homes in the Roaring Fork Valley to minimize lifetime utility costs and carbon emissions.
Download paper here: (warning it is about 7 MB) The Effectiveness of Sustainable Construction Methods