From residential to commercial, to multi-family to institutional - Energywise Sustainable Products can assist with planning, design, installation, project management and high performance construction product specifying and supply.
- "We talk the talk and walk the walk" - We are so committed to energy efficient and sustainable building practices that we built our warehouse and John built his family home using Quad-Lock Insulating Concrete Forms.
- Working as a Chief Building Official, John has extensive experience in Building and Energy Code applications, training inspectors and training ICF installers.
- We are committed to "Build Responsible, Build Sustainable & Building Energywise" making structures safe, comfortable and less expensive to operate.
- We understand the importance of knowledgeable special consultants in Structural, Indoor Air Quality and Building Design.
- The journey to NET ZERO starts with a great energy envelope that includes more than just the ICF walls and the importance of air sealing.
Our installation crews have been building ICF projects through Energywise in Black Hawk, Cedaredge, Evergreen and Telluride, Colorado. Crews are also working in Castle Valley, Spring City, Stansfield Park and Logan Utah, with others in Henderson and Elko, Nevada, Albuquerque, New Mexico and finally in Orchid Bay, Belize.
Engineering consultants are located in Denver and Windsor, Colorado, Bedford, Wyoming and Gig Harbor, Washington. Energy Consultants in Loveland and Ophir, Colorado.
Energywise have the experience needed to help any challenging ICF construction or high-performance building project in Colorado CO, Nevada NV, New Mexico NM, Utah UT, Wyoming WY & Belize.
Environmental mission and strategy (ESG)
Our vision is to inspire an organization of professionals to complete high-value, high-quality, energy efficient & sustainable projects that positively impact communities — and it is our approach and our culture that sets us apart, especially through our knowledge of Insulated Concrete Forms or ICF construction for areas impacted by extreme weather events where stick-frame has proven to not be sufficiently resistant.