It’s official, Postgreen and Level 5 Construction have teamed up to form a new construction company in Philadelphia – Build It Green. A few of you noticed that I changed the link in the left column from Level 5 to Build It Green and wandered over to the new site in the past few days. For the rest of you, head on over and check it out. The official press release on the site is linked below. Leave a comment for us over there if so inclined to help our launch day get off to a good start.
This is what has been keeping me busy over the past few weeks that I hinted to earlier. Building an entire new site has effected our posting lately, but we’re making a comeback now.
Scott and Donna Yohe, the founders of Level 5 Construction, approached me about a month or two ago to help revamp their existing website for L5C. I agreed and before I knew it, they had formed a new company to specialize in green building projects and wanted me to be a part of it. How could I say no? I couldn’t be happier with the turn in events and am very much looking forward to trying to grow the green building movement in Philadelphia in a much larger capacity than is possible through Postgreen.
Scott and Donna are the most professional builders I have met in Philadelphia and are really excited about getting involved in more green building projects like the 100K House project. We are working on putting together our first few green building projects that will immediately follow the 100K House project and will start meeting with new prospects and potential partners next week.
Again, if you have a minute, check out the new site and leave a comment for us on the press release post – http://www.BuildItGreenPhilly.com
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