Hurricane Island

Hurricane Island


Apr 17, 2014

GO Logic, in collaboration with Philip Conkling and Associates, recently created a master plan for the Hurricane Island Foundation. The foundation is interested in developing an off-the-grid, energy-independent educational center on Hurricane Island, a remote, rugged Maine island 12 miles off the coast in Penobscot Bay. While GO Logic assessed the island’s current buildings and…

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Introducing Potwine Passive House!

Introducing Potwine Passive House!


Apr 3, 2014

GO Logic is excited to share with you the Potwine Passive House House, a two-story, 1300 square foot home currently under construction in Amherst, Massachusetts.  It is on track for Passive House Certification, having already completed the Passive House Academy’s Design Stage Assurance process. The client, a physics professor who is passionate about energy and…

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GO Logic to present at the 2014 International Passive House Conference

GO Logic to present at the 2014 International Passive House Conference


Mar 25, 2014

We are thrilled to share the news that GO Logic has been selected to present our work at the Passive House Institute’s 18th Annual International Passive House Conference in Aachen, Germany on April 26th. GO Logic principal Matthew O’Malia will be presenting “Design/Build/Refine/Repeat: A Systems Approach for Passive House Construction in North America”. Here is…

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GO Logic Featured in Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors

GO Logic Featured in Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors


Mar 20, 2014

GO Logic’s Casco Bay Residence is featured in the May 2014 issue of Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors. Small House BIG VIEW highlights the design process and features of this waterfront home. While the site itself held a lot of sentimental value for the owner, replacement of the home was only permitted if the footprint…

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Building Above Code Walls

Building Above Code Walls


Mar 18, 2014

GO Logic was featured in the Journal of Light Construction’s December 2013 issue, in an article entitled Building Above Code Walls. GO Logic outlined our wall construction method that combines a 2×4 stud frame insulated with cellulose sheathed SIPs (Structurally Insulated Panels) to create incredibly efficient homes for the Belfast Cohousing and Ecovillage.  Our wall…

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Hayfield House Passes the Final Blower Door Test

Hayfield House Passes the Final Blower Door Test


Mar 11, 2014

The owners of the Hayfield House in Bolton, CT have happily reported that the project has scored an extraordinarily low air infiltration rate during their final blower door test.  Data from the test — the final piece of information required in the project’s bid for passive house certification — has been sent to Passive House…

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Our Most Recent Passive House Certification: Jung Haus!

Our Most Recent Passive House Certification: Jung Haus!


Mar 5, 2014

GO Logic is pleased to announce our most recent Passive House Institute certified Passive House, the Jung Haus! This 2,300 square foot, single-family home, with detached garage and apartment, is the first certified Passive House in the state of Michigan. GO Logic provided the architectural design services and worked in collaboration with Michael Klinger, local…

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NESEA + BuildingEnergy14

NESEA + BuildingEnergy14


Feb 27, 2014

On March 4th, at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, MA, Matthew O’Malia and Alan Gibson, GO Logic principals, along with Svea Tullberg, GO Logic’s in-staff Certified Passive House Consultant, and Morty Hansen, GO Logic Construction Foreman, will be presenting a full-day workshop at the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association’s BuildingEnergy (BE14) conference. BE14 is…

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Warren Woods Site Visit

Warren Woods Site Visit


Feb 20, 2014

Despite the unprecedented weather in southwest Michigan this winter due to the polar vortex, the Warren Woods Field Station construction crew, led by Michael Klinger, has pushed through the bitter cold temperatures to make headway on the building shell.  The cold presented many obstacles to construction, most notably the delay in getting the Triple glazed…

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Portland, ME Energy Efficient Renovation

Portland, ME Energy Efficient Renovation


Jan 21, 2014

Our latest renovation in Portland, ME is underway! When we were approached for the project, the home was a blank slate on the inside – already stripped back to the framing. This one-bedroom home has a dynamic interior full of natural light due to few key window adjustments and an open plan with a loft,…

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