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Where We Work
We are headquartered in Albuquerque, NM with offices in Fort Collins, CO and Boyton Beach, FL, but our business model facilitates working anywhere in the United States and the Caribbean. Our staff is outstanding in the planning stages of a project, and because fieldwork is generally standardized, where we don't have field staff we are able to create partnerships with local field inspectors and complete entire projects under a single contract. This is ideal for the multifamily/multiunit developer that wants consistency and long-term synergy across their portfolio no matter where they build. We work with several developers year after year, and have everyone has benefitted from the consistency and knowing what to expect.
The home office staff covers the Southwest and Rocky Mountain regions while our Affiliate Raters cover on-site inspections in the rest of the U.S. and the Caribbean. We adhere to the same high standards wherever we work, and we hold our Affiliate Raters to those same standards.
We employ LEED for Homes Green Raters who have been authorized by USGBC and have Spanish language capability in many locations.
Our main goal is to share our deep knowledge of building science with our clients to help them discover and achieve their sustainability, energy efficiency, and comfort goals in the most cost-effective manner possible.
Green Insight has completed or is currently working on projects in the following states and countries:
- New Mexico
- Cayman Islands
Edward O. Paschich, Paschich Design Group
In 1976 I built my first house. It was a “Solar Adobe.” I went on to “Environmentally Responsible,” then to Tire Houses, Straw houses and even a small Daub and Wattle building pursuing Sustainable building.
Santa Fe Civic Housing Authority completed the first 111 affordable LEED for Homes units in the Santa Fe area – Villa Alegre Phase 1 and 2. The project broke ground in June of 2010 and achieved platinum certification in November of 2012. The... Read More