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How It Works

Agricultural Fields

Step 1

Location drive land acquisition 

Construction in Progress

Step 2

Ecological land development 

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Step 3

Vertical construction & home building 


Step 1
Solar Panels in Mountains


Location Driven Land Acquisition 

  • Identifying municipalities/locations within Florida that promote environmentally conscious development 

    • Ex: Palm Beach County (Solar Now And Fannie Mae incentives)​

  • Provide community based services to the residents: Large Walkways / bike paths, Living vegetation walls / roof gardens, bundled utilities.  ​

  • Water reclamation systems 

  • FreeBee ride service ​

  • Encourage/implement an overall healthy lifestyle through the HOA

    • ​Higher indoor air/vent quality​​

    • Indoor pollutant measurements for VOCs

    • Pest, tobacco, radon mitigation

    • Thermal/acoustic comfort

    • Energy/water metering

    • Rooftop and vertical gardens for increased airflow 

    • Electric vehicle accommodations for cleaner air (less CO2)

    • Stress free security systems and resident technology

Step 2
Green Suburb


Ecological Land Development 

  • Efficient site plan design

    • Optimal development area (5-20 acres)

    • Proximity to transportation, charging stations

    • Construction impacts (2 paths for erosion/sedimentation, preservation of flora, high solar reflective index)

    • Bio-swales for bio-retention of stormwater: Recycling of stormwater for irrigation, Rain tanks for irrigation and rooftop runoff, Landscaping (native, noninvasive, edible gardens, rooftop/vertical foliage), Rooftop gardens to take in rainwater and distribute it to rain tanks

    • Exterior light pollution/wetland proximity​

    • Biochar:  a process called biomass pyrolysis takes existing trees that need to be removed and converts them into biochar that can then be upcycled.

      • more efficient nutrient/water uptake by existing vegetation

      • more efficient stormwater retention 

      • improved soil stability and /microbial activity

      • reduction in eutrophication through reduced leaching of nitrogen/phosphorus

      • sequesters carbon for 100+ years (CO2 sink) reversing overall carbon footprint 

  • Environmentally sensitive infrastructure 

    • Green design (water conservation/building envelope)​

    • Risk assessment for climate change and extreme weather

    • LCCA (life cycle cost analysis): service life estimate, structural systems

    • Energy meters (track renewable usage)

    • Recycled/re-used/bio-based materials

  • Mitigating climate change and reducing man-made hazardous materials: Decontamination, Reliable, dependable and efficient materials (Ex: HDPE pipes)


Step 3

Vertical Construction and Home Building 

  • Suburban and urban development 

    • Avg. community size (50-150 homes)

    • Focus on workforce and upscale market-rate housing 

  • Renewable and efficient materials utilized 

    • Lighting/shade controls​

    • Solar panels on roofs

    • Efficiently designed roofs (high heat reflectivity)

    • Plumbing fixtures/washers/dishwashers with efficient water pathways (meet EPA and ANSI standards)

    • Rooftop gardens with water recycling for stormwater saving and irrigation 

    • ENERGY STAR certified appliances 

    • Efficient HVAC systems, efficient waste management (sludge, etc..)


Construct, Conserve, Contribute 

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