Plasma cutting steel staircase Tung oil applied on trim woodwwork Floors milled from site grown trees Septic field restoration Reflecting afternoon sun Birth of a barn on Bragg Hill Radiant floors Solar panel installation Capping off the chimney Proud shape emerges on the hilltop Pumping concrete into the three gables Forming 12x12 Gables Delivering concrete from the sky Parallam beam positioning Flying flitch beam ICF window framing Precision concrete placement Lower level ICF fabrication Newly excavated driveway Finishing garage deck concrete Pouring concrete footers Rebar safety caps Surveying the construction site Checking out the excavation equipment Rapid soil stabilization Testing the soils for drainage Taking Solar Pathfinder measurements Milling downed trees onsite View to the Southeast over the Benzel Family Trust Future meadow to be cultivated Taking a stroll on Bragg Hill Road

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60 Bragg Hill in the news.

60 Bragg Hill Featured in Marvin Newsletter

60 Bragg Hill Featured in Marvin Newsletter Super Enterprises, Distributor of Marvin Windows and Door products featured 60 Bragg Hill in their December 2010 newsletter.  Entitled “A Home Rises from the Forest Floor”, the article details expertise and value added by the Super Enterprises team and Marvin Window products.  60 Bragg Hill will use Marvin windows and doors exclusively due to their efficiency, beauty and quality.  Read the newsletter.

60 Bragg Hill to Use Fly Ash for Their Green Home

60 Bragg Hill to Use Fly Ash for Their Green Home West Chester, PA (Vocus) October 26, 2010 60 Bragg Hill, a contemporary green technology restorative effort located in Chester County Pennsylvania, announces the use of fly ash as a concrete additive. The use of fly ash in concrete will help reduce the impacts of the concrete manufacturing and will divert a significant amount of fly ash waste from landfill. This innovative use of fly ash is also anticipated to provide… Read more →

Building A Green Home From Scratch

by Pete Danko, September 25th, 2010 Barney Leonard and his wife are building a green house. Really green. So green, his architect camped out at the raw site to get a better sense of how a house might best fit into the surrounding Chester County countryside west of Philadelphia. You can follow the progress of 60 Bragg Hill on a detailed, highly professional website Leonard has created. The site… Read more →

60 Bragg Hill Receives “Green Light”

60 Bragg Hill Receives “Green Light” West Chester, PA (PRWEB) September 17, 2010 After nearly three years in development, construction has begun for 60 Bragg Hill Road, Pennsylvania’s newest green home. Located in Pocopson Township in Chester County, west of Philadelphia, the new home will utilize a blend of environmentally savvy design, recycled construction materials and sustainable building techniques. Chester County, with its rich agricultural and equine heritage dating back to the revolutionary war, is a… Read more →

Superior Woodcraft Joins Design Team for Pennsylvania Eco-House, 60 Bragg Hill

Superior Woodcraft Joins Design Team for Pennsylvania Eco-House, 60 Bragg Hill West Chester, PA (PRWEB) February 7, 2010—Though ground has not yet been broken on the sustainable home slated for 60 Bragg Hill in Pennsylvania’s historic Chester County, homeowners Barney and Nancy Leonard have chosen Doylestown-based Superior Woodcraft to provide the custom cabinetry. At this early stage, the cabinetmaker’s vice president Patrick Kennedy and designer Marcy Conti have joined the Integrated Project Delivery team with the homeowners, noted “green”architect Matthew Moger… Read more →

60 Bragg Hill Architect Matthew Moger Featured in New Book on Eco-Friendly Homes

60 Bragg Hill Architect Matthew Moger Featured in New Book on Eco-Friendly Homes Green” architect Matthew Moger’s ability to pair beautiful living spaces with sustainable, energy-saving materials, techniques and design is showcased in the new book, ECO-HOUSES: 40 of the world’s most interesting eco-friendly homes. Watch Moger’s new project unfold online at West Chester, PA (PRWEB) January 24, 2010—When it comes to building a sustainable home, the traditional design-bid-build approach can force homeowners to settle for inflexible design, innumerable compromises and unnecessary… Read more →

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