USGBC Awards Southampton’s HGA House LEED® Platinum Certification 4,800 Sq. Ft. Home One of Largest LEED Platinum Homes on Record
Hello HGA House to the scene. I mean 37 Parkside Avenue in Southampton, known as “HGA House” was awarded LEED platinum certification by U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) for achievement in green homebuilding and design. The HGA House is owned by David and Saundra Dubin, who were devastated when their original home was destroyed by fire in late 2009. Today, the HGH House is thrilled that their home may be among the top largest green homes in the country.
The Dubins HGA House has architects Ric Stott, Craig Lee and the Hamptons Green Alliance (HGA) to thank. All for their newly rebuilt and designed home. That which has risen from the ashes to become a model of net zero energy. I mean embodied carbon negative green building.
Frank Dalene; co-founder of the HGA House and the president of Telemark made these comments.“Innovative green building is transforming the world for a better future and we are doing it one home at a time.” Telemark served as general contractor for the project.