At Trilogy, we not only believe strongly in sustainable or green building practices, but we lead by example and encourage our clients to embrace these philosophies.  This year we built the first Zero Net Energy home every constructed in Breckenridge, Colorado and are excited to see other architects doing the same across the country.

Project FROG, a green-building company founded in San Francisco in 2006, is leading the way by building energy-efficient modular systems, primarily in schools.  The best part is that Project FROG can build these schools more quickly and with a cost of about 25% less than permanent structured schools.

According to, “A two million dollar budget got Watkinson School 3,500 square feet of classroom space built from 50 percent recycled material. The building is outfitted with 60 solar panels that reduce the electricity costs to zero (in fact it produces more energy than the building uses). And because of the modular design, the project took only six months to complete.”

Project FROG was recently featured on Anderson Cooper’s 360.  Click here take a look at this short clip and see why Zero Net Energy is leading the way.

"Sun, Earth & Science" - Creating a Zero Energy Home

"Sun, Earth & Science" - Creating a Zero Energy Home

We are pleased to invite you to a free environmental seminar entitled…

“Sun, Earth and Science” – Creating a Zero Energy Home

Join us for a free workshop on Saturday, Feb. 27 from 2 to 4 pm with Apres Ski Reception following, and Sunday, Feb. 28th from 1-3 pm at 238 Timber Trail Road, Breckenridge. This private custom home will be open to visit on Feb. 27 & 28 from 10 am till 5 pm.

Preview the energy saving systems inside Breckenridge’s First Zero Energy Luxury Mountain Home before the drywall goes in.  Through the collaborative efforts of an experienced team of building, design, and engineering professionals, we are pleased to invite you to see first-hand a variety of creative solutions that reduce the expected energy footprint of this 8,000 squae foot Custom Mountain home to zero!

  • Learn how renewable energy systems integrate and support one another, e.g. how solar electric energy can power the pumps for a geo exchange space heating and cooling system.
  • See the high performance insulation inside and outside the walls that increase heat conservation by 40%
  • See various examples of engineered lumber that use 30% less material and allow for increased insulation capacity.
  • Understand how to transform lighting control systems into energy management systems.

Meet the team of installers and suppliers to ask questions regarding application for your home, business or client.

Hear short presentations from:

Please join us for an Apres Ski Party directly after the Saturday seminar.  To get an accurate food count, we would appreciate your RSVP.  Please RSVP by leaving a comment on this blog, send an e-mail to or by call us at 970-453-2230.

DIRECTIONS: From Frisco follow Hwy 9 South to Breckenridge.  Highway 9 will turn into Main Street after the round-about.  Go to the 2nd stop light this will be Ski Hill Road. Turn Right on Ski Hill Road and continue up the mountain for 1.3 miles to 4 O’Clock Run Road.  Turn left on 4 O’Clock Run Road.  Turn Right on Timber Trail Road and the home is located on the Right.

We look forward to seeing you Saturday, February 27th or Sunday, February 28th.

Building materials for this project were purchased from Breckenridge Building Center, Trilogy’s preferred supplier.

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