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Who We Are

Since 2004, we have been working to plan, design, and build practical, comfortable, high performance homes. We embrace the uniqueness of every project, big or small, and strive to provide every client with a wholly cooperative experience. Whether you are remodeling or building new, we believe that a holistic building approach, one that considers all of your needs and the needs of the environment, is the key to true success. At our core, we believe that how we decide to build will affect you (our clients), future tenants, our community, and the environment. Our goal is to build quality spaces that enhance quality of life, enrich our community, and save the environment - one building at a time. 

Our Team

Ted Mead

With over 30 years of experience in residential construction, Ted has been in every nook and cranny of hundreds of homes around New England. He views every project, especially remodels, as an opportunity to learn from the past - to learn from those who have built before us. He enjoys observing 'failures' (such as rotten sills and sagging roofs) just as much as he marvels in the success of a seemingly perfect building from the 1800's. He uses every past observation to design homes with intention - to last for generations, fit with the landscape, minimize waste, and maximize efficiency. He believes that we all have an obligation to contribute something meaningful to society. Bringing foresight to the building process and helping people build sustainably is his favorite way to contribute. 

In his spare time, you can find him gardening, hiking, skiing, or cutting firewood for next year.

ecological.ted@gmail.com

Alden Mead

From a young age, Alden has enjoyed figuring out how 'things' are built. For six years, through high school and into college, he worked on MacMahan Island in Maine where he learned and practiced many aspects of home construction and remodeling. As a student at the University of New Hampshire, he was drawn to the Environmental Conservation and Sustainability program with the goal of someday combining his passions of construction and conservation. In his first year out of school, he worked as a Stewardship Project Manager for Coastal Mountains Land Trust in Camden, ME, where he realized the true benefits of local conservation efforts. He is a firm believer that many of our current environmental and social problems can be solved to a large degree by how we design and build our world. Narrowing the gap between conservation and construction is one of his biggest motivators. 

Carpenter, Outreach Coordinator

Dedicated Team of Skilled Tradespeople

Our Integrated Plan, Design, Build process is facilitated by numerous partnerships with the most highly skilled tradespeople in the area. The specialized knowledge base that these people bring to the table is key to the timely, cohesive completion of every project. 

Consists of over 70 Companies throughout New England, all dedicated to the designing and building of High Performance buildings. This group provides an invaluable source of collaboration and peer support.

New England Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) - Bottom Liners

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