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Sponsor's Mini-Homes Village

Eugene, OR

Participant information
Premier Building Systems
Laurie Miller
1420 Washington Avenue
Puyallup, WA 98375
Phone: 253-846-6033
Email Address: laurie.miller@premiersips.com
Website: www.premiersips.com

Category
Multifamily

Project information
Sponsor's Mini-Homes Village
Eugene, OR 97402


Date Completed: March 2020


Dimensions of building: 20'x32' ; (1) Residence Duplex with (1) accessible unit: 20'x34'; (1) Common Building: 44'x20'

Total sq. ft. of conditioned space: Each Residence Duplex-540 sqft; Residence with (1) accessible unit- 576 sqft; Common Building- 880 sqft


Built By: Markus-Thompson Construction
Nick Skelton
3838 Kathryn Ave
Springfield, OR 97478


Panels Manufactured By: Company Name (members only): Premier Building Systems

Designed By: Aligned Architecture Inc
Nir Pearlson
1420 Washington Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401


Total sq. ft. of conditioned space: Each Residence Duplex-540 sqft; Residence with (1) accessible unit- 576 sqft; Common Building- 880 sqft

Describe the end use of the building: Single Occupant Residences & Accessory Common Building


How did SIP construction help you get this job? Ease of construction, overall cost effectiveness, great building envelope with substantial contributions to energy costs.

SIP roof thickness and core material: 7.25" SIPs panels & 5.5" SIPs panels

Describe the benefits of using SIPs on this project: SIPs panels in helped to simplify the roof construction and saved time & labor costs.

Describe the HVAC system used on the project: Mini-split , Wall Heaters - System Design per Design-Build Contractor

Describe any other energy-saving materials used in the building envelope other than SIPs: Exterior wall: R-23 Blown Fiberglass Insulation; SIPs roof (7.25" SIPS Platinum Panel): 37.20 (R-value)

Were any solar panels installed on the project?: The Common Building’s roof is designed to accommodate a solar PV array, and collect rainwater for irrigation.

Please list any sustainable materials or design features not listed above: The SIPs provide a superior insulated envelope, while windows bring in plenty of daylight – all helping to reduce energy usage.Landscaped swales allowed rainwater to percolate into the ground. The most sustainable feature of the project is homes’ size, which is “among the most important determinants of environmental impact” (Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, 2010). The small footprints and compact design will save resources during construction, and throughout the building's lifecycle.

 

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Builder Information

Markus-Thompson Construction
Nick Skelton3838 Kathryn Ave
Springfield, OR 97478

Phone: 541-284-1121
Email: nick@markus-thompson.com

Panels manufactured by Premier Building Systems.

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