Rick Schwolsky, construction manager for
the 2015 Greenbuild Unity Home, has worked in the residential construction
industry for more than 40 years with a special focus on high-performance homes.
Before joining Hanley Wood in 1993 as BUILDER’s construction editor and later
launching EcoHome magazine, he was president of Grafton Builders, a successful
custom home building company in Vermont.
The ultra-sustainable panelized home is on its way to the show in Washington, D.C., where it will be open to attendees.
The 2015 Greenbuild Unity Home is aiming for LEED v4 certification, which emphasizes total water efficiency more than previously and requires adherence to Energy Star’s latest version as a prerequisite.
This year’s Greenbuild demonstration home is a case study in integrated design and construction – and Unity Homes’ montage planning and production process is at the heart.
Ambitious goals, demanding standards, and an expert team define performance specs and product selections.
The industry's top thought leaders, visionaries, and veterans will design and build the breakthrough demonstration home for the 2015 Greenbuild Conference.