POAH continues greening
POAH President Amy Anthony (center) signs Big Reach agreement with Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future which commits POAH to reducing water and energy use across the portfolio by 20% by 2020. on left is POAH's Director of Energy Management Toby Ast and on right is POAH's Director of Design and Technical Services Julie Klump
POAH's Woodlawn Center South received a 2013 Residential Energy Efficiency award from the State and Local Energy Report. read about it
8330 On The River in Detroit MI a 280-unit high rise building on the Detroit river was clad with an insulated metal panel system that will significantly improve the building's thermal performance
architect Fusco, Shaffer & Pappas,Inc.photo: Christopher Lark, Inc.
Less than a mile from the Bourne Bridge at the gateway of Cape Cod, the Clay Pond Cove development includes its own wastewater treatment plant which will serve the Canal Bluffs residential community and the abutting retail shopping center. The plant will protect the environmentally-sensitive Phinney Harbor watershed area. read more
Salem Heights, Salem, MA In the winter, air between the plastic panels (outermost skin) and the aluminum wall behind it will be heated by the sun and ducted to the makeup air unit that provides fresh air to the corridors. The project was partially funded by the TD Charitable Foundation.