Written By Elan Okonsky
Construction Art cordially invites you to visit our headquarters located in the Tri-Cities area of East Tennessee to view our PV system hard at work. Through the efforts of the local USDA Rural Development, TVA, and our resources, we have established a net-zero office through the implementation of a 5kW PV system on our facility’s roof. The facility also features GreenVue, a monitoring system that provides a live display of the solar energy production, as well as, educational content to our guests.
Designed in the 1980s as a Solar Passive home by the famous architect, Mark Honeycutt; the home was later acquired by the Krebs family and eventually turned into the Krebs Ventures headquarters. A subsidiary of Krebs Ventures, Construction Art has been instrumental in deploying PV systems on various projects across the country; including, one of the first Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants to implement a PV system in the country (featured in the 2008 Solar tour); the first Idle Aire truck stop in the country to utilize solar power in White Pine, TN; and the first Dunkin’ Donuts restaurant to be cooled and heated by solar power utilizing a Lennox Sunsource HVAC system.
We look forward to you visiting our headquarters located in the middle of the Appalachian countryside! Please contact Art with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
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