Residential Design

VOL.2 2018

A business-to-business magazine focused on the collaborative process and talented work of residential architects and custom homebuilders.

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26 RESIDENTIALDESIGNMAGA ZINE.COM VOL. 2, 2018 construction documents. The company's well-developed 3D Revit models of each plan allows a degree of customization for clients, but extensive changes are re- ferred to the architecture division, which still takes on custom residential work. There are GO Home projects under way in Maine, Massachusetts, and New York. The projects are great advertis- ing for the company's capabilities and still turn "a nice profit," says Matt. The partners are adding two or three employees a year to handle the growth all divisions are driving. Current head count is more than 30. "We're all in one office. There's a clear construction side and a design side, and we're all there working to the same goal. Ten years ago, to innovate the way I thought was necessary required a collaborative process—with all of us pushing in the same direction at the same time. And that's still the case. What's resulted from this process is a great package for high performance building."—S. Claire Conroy Left: The 1,600-square-foot Donkey Universe plan is reminiscent of the original GO Home, but adds 100 square feet for a larger first floor and a full, main-level bath. fab platform— It includes the original GO Home, but also larger and smaller designs. The building blocks include the patented foundation and the panelized products, along with floor plans and full Drawing: GO Logic PRO-FILE BUILD COMP L E T ELY UNP R IN T ED L ONG -T ER M E X P O SUR E R AT ING 1- L AY ER A PP L ICAT ION* *Sorry, felt paper, we can do better. Backed in Black. YOUR OP EN-JOINT CLADDING DESERVES A SLEEK PROTECTION LAYER Our commerci al-grade FLATWRAP ® UV building wrap lives to make cl adding pop while providing premium protection from moisture. Visit for the full story. FOR MORE INFO CIRCLE 11

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