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The business case for passive house multifamily

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The business case for passive house multifamily

A trio of Passive House experts talk about the true costs and benefits of passive house design and construction for multifamily projects. 


June 22, 2022

Multifamily Design+Construction's Rob Cassidy talks with two Passive House developers and the Executive Director of phius about the true costs and benefits of passive house design and construction for multifamily projects. Our panel of experts includes: Katrin Klingenberg, Executive Director and Co-founder, phius (Passive House Institute US); Christian Stump, Vice President, Design and Construction, Trinity Financial; Sloan Ritchie, President, Cascade Built. 

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