Quacent's Collaboration with Naked Stables - Large-scale SIP Project
Quacent has collaborated with Naked Stables on a large-scale project that incorporates many of the benefits of Structural Insulated Panel (SIP) construction. The project includes 30 prefabricated wooden villas, all made with Canadian wood certified for sustainability. These villas are nestled among mountains and water, perfectly integrating with the natural surroundings while showcasing the fast installation, energy-efficient, and environmentally friendly features of SIP construction.
The use of factory prefabrication methods ensures fast construction times, high-quality finishes, and superior insulation. SIP construction also minimizes environmental pollution and provides exceptional thermal insulation. These features make SIP construction ideal for eco-friendly building projects.
The project has been recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council for its sustainable design, receiving the Platinum level certification from the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program. This recognition is a testament to the quality of construction and design of the project.
Quacent is proud to have partnered with Naked Stables on this project, which showcases the best of SIP construction and highlights the environmental benefits of sustainable building practices.