Project Team

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BE Boston 19 Registrants Business Member Green Company Manager Member Pro Tour Committee

Julie Klump's picture

BE Boston 19 Registrants Business Member Green Company Manager Member Pro Tour Committee

Julie is Vice President for Design and Technical Services and assists POAH in the acquisition process guiding the building investigation, developing the scope of work needed and reviewing cost estimates for the work. She facilitates the engagement of the project team (architect engineer, etc.) for rehabilitation of acquisitions, refinanced existing properties in the portfolio (including the implementation of Energy Efficiency programs) and for new construction overseeing design development, and construction, integrating green and sustainable design.
A CPHC and LEED-certified architect with an undergraduate degree in environmental design, she has worked as an owner’s project manager, construction manager, architect and Executive Director of the Texas Historical Foundation. She has been involved in several projects that were LEED certified.

A graduate in Environmental Design from Texas A&M University, Julie received her Master of Architecture degree, with Certification in Historic Preservation, from the University of Texas at Austin. She has completed special studies in Art and Architecture in Florence, Italy and in Preservation/Restoration in Sebastopol, Crimea.

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BE Boston 19 Registrants BuildingEnergy 16 Full Conference Business Member Member

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BE Boston 19 Registrants BuildingEnergy 16 Full Conference Business Member Member

Marc Rosenbaum, of South Mountain Company is well known in NESEA circles as one who never lets ignorance stand in the way of expressing a firmly held opinion. He is a long time student of making good buildings and continues to be amazed that his clients put up with him.
http://southmountain.com

Energy Consultant

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Energy Consultant

Other Team Members

Kate Ferreira, Housing Development, Housing Assistance Corporation
Julie Creamer, VP of New Construction and Special Projects, Preservation of Affordable Housing
Kathryn Giardi, Brown Lindquist Fenuccio & Raber Architects Inc., Architect
Tom Howes, Delphi Construction Inc., Senior Project Manager
Brian Walsh, Consulting Structural Engineer, Inc.
Brian Kuchar, Horsley Witten Group, Inc., Civil Engineer and Landscape Architect
Wayne Mattson, PE, Griffith & Vary, Inc., Mechanical Engineer, Principal
Robert Bravo, PE, Griffith & Vary, Inc., Electrical Engineer
Jim Ziobro, Griffith & Vary, Inc., Principal, Plumbing and Fire Protection Engineer
Brendan O'Hara, Clerk of the Works

The Residences at Melpet Farm consists of one, two, and three bedroom apartments and will be available to people makng 60-percent or less of the area's median income. Twenty-five percent of the apartments wil be set aside for applicants who are homeless, or in danger of being homeless. Residents wll have access to a community room, which will aso have a shared laundy room.  The $7 million prject, which was spearheaded by the Housing Assstance Corporation of Cape Cod (HAC) and Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH), came together thanks to funding from numerous sources, including the town of Dennis Community Preservation Fund, and the state Department of Housing and Community Developement.  The property was designed to be near net zero ready and will utilize a 160,000 kWh photovoltaic system to offset the all-electric buildng systems.

 

 

 

 

 

Quick Facts

General

Location Dennis, Massachusetts
Building Type Multi Family Affordable Housing
Project Type Zero Energy Ready / Near Zero Energy
Basis of Performance Claim Modeled
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1.0
Conditioned Floor Area 26,000 sq ft
Total Cost of Project $10,000,000

Energy Summary

Energy Data Type Modeled
Renewable Energy System Type(s) Photovoltaics
Ratings
HERS Index: 60
Annual renewable energy generated 160,000 kWh/year

Envelope and Mechanicals

Subslab assembly

2 layers of 1.5 inch type IX EPS Insulation

Foundation wall assembly

2 layers of 1.5 inch type IX EPS Insulation

Above grade wall assembly

Starting below the sill plate: continuous 1.5 inch sealant impregnated foam tape and 3.5 foam sill sealer, 2 x 6 wood stud walls insulated with dense packed cellulose, .5 inch zip wall taped covered by 1.5 inch foil face polyisocyanurate with taped joints, vertical 1 x 4 furring at 16" oc, and fiber cement siding.

Air Changes per hour, ACH50 1.06 ACH50