Heapy Engineering Supports Race to Zero Teams

The winners have been announced for the 2017 Race to Zero Student Design Competition.  The teams competed to design cost-effective, zero energy homes for mainstream builders.  Heapy Engineering consulted on two of the collegiate institutions teams, one in Indiana and one in Ohio.

Team Woodridge from Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana earned First Place in the Suburban Single-Family Housing contest and Team  Race to Zero from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio received Second Place in the Small Multi-Family Housing contest.

Several Heapy Engineering Employees recently participated in a program with Miami University and Ball State University for the U.S. Department of Energy Race to Zero Student Design Competition.

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Race to Zero Student Design Competition inspires collegiate students to become the next generation of building science professionals through a design challenge for zero energy ready homes. Students become part of a new leadership movement to achieve truly sustainable homes.

Ryan O'Connell consulted with students from Ball State University who were awarded First Place in the Suburban Single-Family Housing Contest.

Michael Berning, Alec Carnes, Gary Eodice, Evan Hatfield and Ryan Hoffman consulted with students from Miami University who were awarded Second Place in the Small Multi-Family Housing Contest.

Congratulations to both teams!

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