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The Structural Insulated Panel Association (SIPA) is a non-profit trade association representing manufacturers, suppliers, dealer/distributors, design professionals, and builders committed to providing quality structural insulated panels for all segments of the construction industry. SIPA has been in existence since 1990 and has made tremendous progress in advancing energy-efficient construction, code acceptance, and improved quality assurance with structural insulated panels. The panels for this project were manufactured by one of the many SIPA member manufacturing plants.

Commitment to Sustainability

SIPA encourages the growth of sustainable buildings through the use of structural insulated panels (SIPs). SIPs reduce the environmental impact of both residential and commercial structures by creating an energy-saving building envelope, conserving natural resources, and enabling better control over indoor air quality.  For more info visit www.sips.org/greenbuilding.

SIPA Manufacturing Members

ACME Panel Company  |  Enercept, Inc.  |  Energy Panel Structures, Inc.  |  Extreme Panel Technologies, Inc.  |  FischerSIPS, LLC  |  Foard Panel, Inc.  |  General Panel Corporation  |  Green Mountain Panel  |  Innova Eco Building System  |  Insulspan SIPs by Plasti-Fab  |  Korwall Industries, Inc.  |  Lamit Industries  |  Murus Company, Inc. |  PFB Manufacturing, LLC  |  PorterSIPs, division of Porter Corp  |  Premier SIPs by Insulfoam  |  R-Control SIP

For more information on these companies and SIPA visit www.sips.org

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The 11 Tenets

Here are the eco-landmarks we navigate by as we create this sustainable enclave.

 Energy EfficiencyEnergy Efficiency Off-the-grid living demands the ultimate in energy-efficient products. Here’s what we picked.
 RenewablesRenewables Dependence on petroleum is dead; instead, we use these easy-on-the-environment technologies.
Water and Resource Conservation Water and Resource Conservation Natural resources are finite. Here are the techniques and products we use to reduce, reuse, and recycle.
 Indoor Air QualityIndoor Air Quality Healthy buildings mean healthy people. We spec’d products that make the indoors as fresh as the meadow air surrounding us.
 Smart TechnologySmart Technology We harness smart tech that will make life simpler and help us be more sustainable.
 DurabilityDurability See which building science practices and green products hold up to the harsh realities of high-altitude living.
 Resilient Housing Disaster can strike anywhere. Techniques and products can help buffer buildings from these assaults.
 Multifunctional Living SpacesMultifunctional Living Spaces We designed spaces that morph and accommodate more than one function.
 Onsite Food Production Fresh food grown on site is the healthiest and most green way to go (not to mention tastiest!) Here are some notes from the high-altitude larder.
 Indoor/Outdoor LivingIndoor/Outdoor Living New products and design conceits blur the lines between shelter and the soul-healing outdoors.
 Wildlife ProtectionWildlife Protection Wildlife conservation means protecting all plant and animal species and their habitats so nature will be around for future generations to enjoy. Here’s how we address this important concept.