Net Zero homes set for Mount Tremblant
August 10, 2018
Bone Structures of Quebec, which builds homes with steel framing, has released plans for the construction of 42 Net Zero homes in a new lakefront resort community near Mont Tremblant in Quebec’s Laurentians.
The Lac en Ciel project will also include a high-end restaurant, a cubhouse and a boutique hotel, a solar field and 485 acres of preserved forest in what Bone calls “a sustainable” community. The homes will be built using the patented Bone structure steel construction system, which the company claims reaches or surpasses federal and Quebec energy efficiency standards.
Phase one of Lac en Ciel launches on August 25, and will include the site development, access to lakes and trails, construction of the clubhouse, 19 residences and 23 ready-to-build lots.