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Carbon Challenge Winner Announced

The APA Carbon Challenge Grand Prize Design Award was presented to Damon Roby of True Design Studios in Jacksonville, Florida. Roby and five other winners were recognized on January 13, 2011, at a ceremony sponsored by APA and CIMA at the 2011 NAHB International Builders Show in Orlando, Florida.

“The winners really put a lot of thought into the carbon footprint and operational energy of these homes, as well as proper design and constructability,” said APA Senior Engineered Wood Specialist Bob Clark. “If any of these six designs was built, it would have a positive impact on the carbon footprint of home construction today.”

The winning designers included: (more…)

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