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Projects by Vermont Eco-Floors

Vermont Eco-Floors has worked with many prominent builders and architectural firms throughout New England. See the About Us page for a list.

Learn more about some of our recently completed projects:

  • Award Winning Projects! The 2017 Better Buildings by Design Conference awarded four projects that we worked on: The Gonnet Home in Huntington (Affordable Energy Efficient Construction Merit Award), The Pitkin Home in Wolcott, VT (Residential New Construction Honor Award), Vermont Public Radio Addition & Renovation (Commercial New Construction Honor Award), and SunCommon Headquarters in Waterbury, VT (Commercial New Construction Merit Award).
  • R.W. Kern Center, Hampshire College, MA. Our eco-concious floors greet visitors to this college welcome center that meets Living Status of the Living Building Challenge. Additional video here.
  • Smith College Bechtel Environmental Classroom, Whately, MA. This environmental classroom building features our trowel finish floors with inset stones. It is the world's 5th (and New England's first) certified Living Building.
  • Residential New Construction in Middlebury, VT. The Foote Farm House, designed by McLeod Kredell Architects and built by Northern Timbers Construction, features our trowel finish floors. Visit the link for photos and to read more about it. Fall 2012.
  • Residential Home Renovation in Hinesburg, VT. Pill-Maharam Architects and Conner and Buck Design Build. Fall 2011.
  • Bosarge Family Education Center at the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens in Boothbay, Maclay Architects and Scott Simon Architects, Summer 2011. This "greenest public building" in the state of Maine has received LEED Platinum certification. It is expected that the building will create more energy than it consumes. Constructed by HP Cummings, a Vermont Eco-Floors Exposed Aggregate Finish was selected for the project which celebrated its grand opening on July 15, 2011.
  • Residential Home in Connecticut, Studio Daniel Libeskind, Spring 2010.
  • Heritage Aviation, TruexCullins Architects, Spring 2010.
  • R.R. Charlebois Offices, Wiemann Lamphere Architects, Winter 2010.
  • Solomon Project in Brookline, VT, Aspen Contruction Services, Fall 2009. This video demonstrates how Vermont Eco-Floors' topically dyed floors were installed in a residential green building project. Images of the floors are near the end of the video.
  • Putney School Fieldhouse, William Maclay Architects, Fall 2009. 2010 AIA Vermont Award Winner.
  • River House in Moretown, VT, William Maclay Architects, 2009. 2010 AIA Vermont Award Winner.
  • Town Hall Theatre in Middlebury, VT, Breadloaf 2009. 2009 AIA Vermont Award Winner.
  • Modern Lake House in Central VT, Jean Terwilliger Architect. 2009 AIA Vermont Award Winner.
  • A Private Residence in Charlotte, VT, Pill-Maharam Architects. 2008 AIA Vermont Award Winner.

More Recently Completed Projects:

  • Suncommon, Waterbury, VT
  • Maplewood Travelers Center, Barre, VT
  • R.W. Kern Center, Hampshire College
  • Foam Brewers, Burlington, VT
  • VPR, Colchester, VT
  • Moretown Town Office, Moretown, VT
  • Lincoln Town Hall, Lincoln
  • Waitsfield Town Office
  • Commodities Natural Market, Winooski
  • Ceramic Studio, Dartmouth College
  • Fiddlehead Brewing Company, Shelburne
  • Green Mountain Fireplace, Williston
  • Jericho Ace Hardware, Jericho
  • The Chapel at Camp Ta-Kum-Ta
  • Carbone Subaru, Troy NY
  • Queen City Brewery
  • Zero Gravity
  • Hotel Vermont
  • Feldman's Bagels
  • South End Kitchen
  • Bristol Bakery Hinesburg
  • Thayer Commons Apartment Complex
  • Vermont Air National Guard Security Forces Building
  • Burton
  • Waterfront Information Center, Burlington, VT, Selin & Selin Architects
  • Perry Hall at Champlain College, Burlington, VT
  • Ace Hardware, Milton, VT
  • Jolley Store, South Hero, VT
  • Vermont Comedy Club
  • Burlington Beer Company

 

 

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