Architectural integration of “green” building concept has been a consideration of this firm from the beginning. Tab’s Master of Environmental Planning from Arizona State University’s Solar Energy Planning and Technology Program has prepared this firm for this new movement since the early 1980’s. The following projects have various “green” aspects, from passive solar/super-insulated to active solar systems both thermal and electric to LEED certification. Although not listed below, many homes have been sited involving “green” methods such as utilizing the sun path in synergy with window location.
Bonidy Residence, 583 Justus Case Mountain Place, Hendersonville, NC; 3,730 s.f.; 2018-2019.
Bonidy Residence, Lot 2, Block 4, Wildridge Subdivision, Avon, CO; approx. 3,000 s.f.; 2005.
Ward / Suzuki Residence, Lot 2, Block 3, Sage Creek Subdivision; Silverthorne, CO; 3,600 s.f.; $450,000; 1998. Contractor: Cornice Contracting 
Bonidy Residence, Evergreen, CO; 4,100 s.f.; passive solar/super insulated hybrid; $260,000; 1985. 
Lot 47 – Renovation and Addition, Bachelor Gulch, Eagle County, CO; 1,500 s.f. addition and 8,500 s.f. renovation; geothermal, solar thermal; 2012.
Catlin Residence, Lot 38, Bachelor Gulch, Eagle County, CO; 10,000 s.f.; geothermal, PV, 2010.
Holzworth, 293 Elkhorn, Bachelor Gulch, Eagle County, CO; solar thermal, PV, 8,300 s.f.; 2010.
Navarro-Wear Residence, Lot 10, Cordillera Valley Club, Edwards, CO; LEED GOLD, solar thermal, PV, 5,900 s.f.; 2010.
Cook Residence, Lot 82, Red Sky Ranch, Wolcott, Eagle County, CO; PV, 10,900 s.f.; 2010.
Richey Residence, Lot 16, Red Sky Ranch, Wolcott, Eagle County, CO; geothermal, PV, 9,500 s.f.; 2011.
American National Bank, Carbondale Branch, 5,300 s.f. Carbondale CO; PV, 2007.
Avery Parsons Elementary (Pre-K-5), Buena Vista School District; Addition and Renovations; Buena Vista, CO; 17,800 square foot addition; $4,750,000; 2013.