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ZED's Jordan Goldman to Present at Fine Homebuilding Summit

The Fine Homebuilding Summit, organized by the Fine Homebuilding magazine, along with Green Building Advisor and Keeping Craft Alive, will bring together dozens of industry experts, manufacturers, and influencers for an intense, collaborative learning experience this October.

In addition to providing a valuable forum for networking and exchange of ideas, the summit will also feature several insightful presentations from industry experts, including ZeroEnergy Design’s Jordan Goldman.

Jordan leads the mechanical design practice at ZED. He is a Certified Passive House Consultant, LEED Accredited Professional, and HERS Rater, and specializes in building envelope strategies, building science design, and mechanical system design, specification, and sizing for enhanced energy performance.

Jordan’s session at the Fine Homebuilding Summit will focus on HVAC for High-Performance Houses.

WHERE: Southbridge Hotel and Convention Center, Southbridge, MA
WHEN: October 2-4, 2019

Preregistration for the summit is currently open. We hope to see you there!


Fine Homebuilding - Environment for Retirement

Fine Homebuilding magazine’s latest issue includes the HOUSES by DESIGN section with a ZED project article called Environment for Retirement. As long term fans of the publication and winners of the 2017 Fine Homebuilding HOUSES award, ZED is thrilled to receive this continuing coverage.


Fine Homebuilding Podcast

Great podcast by Fine Homebuilding Magazine!
Thanks for the shout out from Brian Pontolilo for your #FavoriteWholeHouse!

Listen at 39:26 in the #podcast:  LISTEN

Brian discusses his 'Better Than Average' #FineHomebuilding ARTICLE

About the ZED #architecture project: MARGATE RESILIENT RESIDENCE

#transitionaldesign #modernarchitecture #healthyhome #energyefficiency #daylighting

Fine Homebuilding on Green Home by ZED

Fine Homebuilding has an excellent article about a green home by ZED (Margate Residence) in the August/Sept 2016 Issue which is available in print now.

Be sure to either 1) pick up a copy at you local bookstore, 2) view the free slideshow below, or 3) become a Fine Homebuilding member so you can read the full article.