Cascade Built’s newest project, the Alley House 2, was recently the featured “Evergreen Home” on the Mother Nature Network: ”…resisting alliteration is futile: A magnificent, modern modular home in Madison Valley.”
Cascade Built’s modular Alley House 2 project was recently spotlighted in the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce.
Cascade Built helps decipher local green-home certification. On LEED-H Certification:
“An early participant in LEED-H’s pilot program, Sloan Ritchie of Cascade Built, says LEED-H is an environmental pedigree: “They want to target the top 10 or 20 percent of homes being built.” (In this, he says, it differs in philosophy from Built Green, which works to get every builder involved at some level.) He emphasizes the importance of LEED’s third-party certification for all projects. “It’s a way for the homeowner to know that it’s not just ‘greenwashing’ coming from a builder, marketer or salesperson,” he says.”
Seattle area NPR affiliate KUOW recently featured Cascade Built’s founder Sloan Ritchie in their story “A Tale of Two Green Developers.”