IN THE PRESS

Northern Arizona's Mountain Living | January 2017
"The house was designed by Aude Stang at Architectural Design Studio and she worked closely with Hublitz and Christie Dennis from Building Energy Peformance. This helped the two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom Energy Star home achieve efficiencies for its 2,000 square feet. The home, too, features durable materials in its construction that gives it an elemental feel - from the the metal roof to the reclaimed lumber accents and exterior bard doors to the concrete floors."

Linwood Residence

 

Northern Arizona's Mountain Living | March/April 2016
"Among the new homes in Mountainaire is an interesting twin-residence project that blends smart lot use with sustainable building ideas. The brainchild of Ian Hublitz with Green Mountain Construction and Brett Jirsa with Jirsa Construction, the two jumped on a great undeveloped lot that backs the Coconino National Forest and built two identical, side-by-side homes to make wise use of the space and create great single family homes with modern designs and touches."

Kiowa Home

 
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Northern Arizona's Mountain Living | March/April 2015
"Intended for the homeowner's creative refuge, designer Aude Stang of Architectural Design Studio and Ian Hublitz of Green Mountain Construction used locally milled wood and malapais stone to render "a surprisingly open and spacious-feeling 700-square-foot studio space, complete with a loft, full kitchen bathroom and office space," onto an existing Government Prairie home. With Stang and Hublitz, the (homeowner's) focus was creating an energy efficient space that includes passive solar design that keeps the space warm, even in the winter."

Ballard Residence

 

Northern Arizona's Mountain Living | May 2014
"One of Green Mountain Construction "most notable projects" located in Oak Creek Canyon in Junipine Estates showcases Green Mountain Construction's sustainable building design which "keeps a home looking good years later with the hope that materials blend and compliment their natural surroundings." Green Mountain Construction's designs are driven by the concept "Build Small, Live Large."

Junipine Residence

 

Northern Arizona's Mountain Living | February 2014
Seth Muller writes, "In towns such as Flagstaff-where the cost of living is high, these building concepts (ADUs) are becoming more appealing." Green Mountain Construction "took an existing home, expanded it by 250 square feet, then reconfigured the rest of building footprint to create a 600-square foot secondary residence while keeping 1,100 square feet for the main home." This project earned a Coconino County Sustainable Building Award.

Thomas Residence

 

Northern Arizona's Mountain Living | July 2013
Seth Muller writes about Green Mountain Construction's unique green building concepts: "Based on the result of this Junipine home, it will be great to see him (Ian Hublitz) practice his craft with future projects that are both aesthetically sharp and practical."

Junipine Residence

 
 

Real Estate Now - Supplement to Arizona Daily Sun
"Going Green in the Canyon"

A 2,900 sq. ft home, built and designed by Green Mountain Construction was showcased in the Arizona's Daily Sun supplement, Real Estate now. "Located in Junipine Estates in the verdant heart of Oak Creek Canyon, a new home built by an up-and-coming company called Green Mountain Construction has brought both luxury and smart, green building concepts together in a stunning result."

Junipine Residence

 

AWARDS

2019 Award of Excellence

Coconino County Sustainable Building Program
Award Type - Silver
Project - Tomaso

2018 Award of Excellence

Coconino County Sustainable Building Program
Award Type - Advanced Plus
Project - Taillac Residence

2017 Award of Excellence

Coconino County Sustainable Building Program
Award Type - Advanced
Project - Actor Residence

2015-2016 Award of Excellence

Coconino County Sustainable Building Program
Award Type - Advanced Plus
Project - Double Efficiency
Project - Homestead Off-Grid

 

2014 Award of Excellence

Coconino County Sustainable Building Program
Award Type - Advanced Plus
Project – Ballard Residence
 

2013 Award of Excellence

Coconino County Sustainable Building Program
Award Type - Advanced
Project – Thomas Residence
 

2012 Award of Excellence

Coconino County Sustainable Building Program
Award Type - Advanced
Project - Hublitz Residence