The Kansas City Business Journal recently published an article highlighting the key features of Staengl Engineering’s & Arnold Development’s 2ND + Delaware Project, showcasing that a building does not have to sacrifice amenities, affordability, or comfort to achieve high energy-efficiency standards. Once completed, 2ND + Delaware will be 330,000 sq. ft. of luxurious but affordable […]
The official PHIUS+ Certification of Pax Futura is a a momentous occasion. The mixed-use apartment building developed by local builder Cascade Built serves not only as an outstanding proof of concept, but also proof of scalability and economic viability. Check out a local publication about the project here!
Staengl Engineering is excited to announce our latest passive house project, 24th & Union, coming to downtown Seattle with partners b9 Architects & Cascade Built. The multi-family housing project will feature 100+ high-performance units in the heart of the Central District providing a more comfortable and environmentally sound way to live for residents of the area. The project teams have worked closely with the city to break through the ‘split incentive problem’ and bring a massive energy-reducing project to the city, having already been accepted into the EEaS (Energy Efficiency as a Service) Program.
We invite you to take a detailed (and futuristic) look at our award-winning HITT Co|Lab Center in Washington, DC with this interactive 3D walk-through! Learn about the advanced building technologies implemented and why they were selected for this space.
With construction finishing up in Kansas City, MO, the 2nd + Delaware multi-family project is already making waves! Designed for Passive House certification with Arnold Development and Jeffery White Architects, this 275+ unit project will be the largest of its kind in all North America! Passive House Accelerator recently featured 2nd + Delaware in its Happy Hour Series, highlighting the project as a breakthrough in green building and development. Video coming soon.
Staengl Engineering strives to bring affordable, healthy, and green living to every project – no matter how large or small. PE Chris Fuller embodies this attitude and approach in and out of the office, so we are proud to share news about Chris’ efforts to bring more options for sustainable living to our own communities! Also featured in Cville Tomorrow.
Galen Staengl & David Leetch were honored to present at the 2019 Passive House Institute US Conference. Employees from Staengl Engineering attended the conference this year to network and discuss ‘what’s next’ in ultra-efficient BAS & MEP design. Check out their presentation below.
SE Senior Mechanical Engineer Chris Fuller received a leadership award from USGBC for his hard work running our local chapter and bringing sustainability-focused professionals together on a monthly basis. Congrats Chris!
We are happy to announce that the Roxbury Apartments building constructed in Johnston, PA has received certification under Phius+ 2015. The 43 unit apartment building was designed by Upstreet Architects, and constructed by Mistick Construction. Read more about the project here.
Apex Clean Energy held a ground breaking ceremony on October 15th for the building that will house their new headquarters in Charlottesville, VA. The 187,000 sq.ft. office building, designed by William McDonough + Partners, and developed by Riverbend Development and Hourigan Development, is targeting Net Zero energy for the Apex tenant space. The mass-timber construction […]