EarthCraft Virginia is now Viridiant.

Join us as we build something new.

After more than a decade advocating for the protection of our living environments, inside and out, EarthCraft Virginia is transforming to serve an even broader perspective. We’re embarking on our biggest building project yet, guided by the science of sustainability. Under the new name Viridiant Audio_Icon, we’re expanding our efforts in education, consultation and certification. As a result, we’ll show more clearly than ever before how following the latest building science can set a path for businesses and homeowners to create structures that are more affordable, more livable and more durable. We’ll continue to serve hundreds of professionals and thousands of homeowners with the EarthCraft family of programs, just as we’ve done since 2006, but as Viridiant, our goal is to do even more, focusing on our Three Pillars of Sustainability.

Learn more about Viridiant

Viridiant is doing more than any other organization as they deal with making residential homes more energy efficient and changing the construction field.

BetterRichmond on the Style Weekly article “How Green is Richmond?” – November 10, 2011

Proven to have lower impact

EarthCraft buildings – single-family residential, multifamily residential and commercial – are designed and built to have lower economic and environmental impact. The benefits of sustainable construction are seen through utility savings, emissions reductions and happier, healthier people.

Average Energy Savings with EarthCraft House vs New Construction
Average Energy Savings with EarthCraft House vs New Construction
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Average Energy Savings with EarthCraft Multifamily vs New Construction
Average Energy Savings with EarthCraft Multifamily vs New Construction
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Average Water Savings with EarthCraft House vs New Construction
Average Water Savings with EarthCraft House vs New Construction
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Families Served
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Tons of Carbon Dioxide Eliminated in 2015 with EarthCraft certified homes
Tons of Carbon Dioxide Eliminated in 2015 with EarthCraft certified homes
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Lecture: Highland Park Senior Apartments: Balancing Energy Efficiency, Historic and Affordable Housing Preservation

Join us for an applied site visit where we will showcase Community Preservation and Development Corporation’s (CPDC) Highland Park Senior Apartments. Learn how this recently renovated 77-unit project utilized Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTCs) as well as state and federal Historic Tax Credits to bring new life to the old Highland Park Public School.  We will discuss unique technical challenges presented when balancing green building, affordable housing, and historic preservation goals.

December 15, 2016

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