Clark Construction Inc. was recently featured in the sustainable building issue of a Canadian based construction industry magazine.
The article focuses on two award winning projects, Loom House and reHOME. Loom House is considered one of the most sustainable residences in the world, with a photovoltaic system and a grey water treatment system, to name a few of the innovative technologies included on this property. We also followed the strict materials Red List during renovation. The mission of the reHOME project was to keep construction waste out of the landfill through careful demolition and creative reuse. 26,000 lbs. of material was saved from the landfill to build a series of tiny homes, which became affordable housing for farming interns. The reHOME project is a testament to what is possible.
In addition to the topic of sustainability, the article highlights Clark’s unique stance as a female-founded construction company. “Less than 11 percent of the construction / general contractor community are women, and less than four percent in the trades”, Clark founder Rachele Turnbull is quoted in the article, “We focus on what’s important to women workers, and that shows in the fact that about 40 percent of our team is women.”
Read full article here: https://mags.constructioninfocus.com/brochures/2023/group/USGBC/#page=17