We know the value of community and family and place—so for us, sustainability is a matter of social responsibility. We want to leave future generations with efficient, healthy, durable homes.
These facts define our company culture, the way we do business, and our focus on relationships.
From recycling houses to building Tennessee’s first LEED Platinum projects, we maintain a commitment to sustainability that's backed by eight years of pioneering smarter building methods and raising the bar on efficiency standards.
3 LEED AP Employees
As part of our ongoing efforts to provide a top-notch staff qualified to handle any project, we employ three LEED-Accredited Professionals.
LEED is a part of the U.S. Green Building Council and serves as a third-party certification program and the nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction, and operation of high-performance green buildings.
6 LEED-Certified Projects (and counting)
We have collaborated with numerous architects and designers to build Tennessee’s first LEED Platinum projects: the Madison Street homes and green|spaces.
As part of our effort to help educate the public about the importance of sustainability, we have developed (re)source programs for realtors, students, and homeowners.
25 100-year homes
Our commitment to sustainability spawned out of a desire to build homes that last 100 years without the need for maintenance, repair, or replacement. Learn more about the 100-year home.
4 houses recycled
Our sustainability initiatives began with big efforts to simply reduce waste, so we began recycling homes for infill projects in urban neighborhoods.
6 green lunches
Unfortunately, sustainability initiatives are not black and white—they are developed out of conversations and collaboration. Read about our round table discussions with industry experts.