Roofs Going On High Street Units

In Dunedin Cohousing Project by andrea2 Comments

The eHaus Otago team have been making good progress onsite at Dunedin High Street Co-housing Passive House project.  The first three High Street unit roofs are up and all the SIPs (Structural Insulated Panels) have now been installed on the High Street units.

The uPVC (unplasticised polyvinyl chloride) triple glazed windows have all been installed on the ground and first floors of the High Street units.

The eHaus Otago team are now working on standing the SIPs (Structural Insulated Panels) on the Alva Street units. The final concrete pad has been poured for the Alva Street units.

Alva Street foundations in the foreground, prior to the final visit from the concrete truck
Looking down at the Alva Street units

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  1. Hi there
    I’d be very keen to feature this project in NZ Plumber magazine as part of a climate change/sustainability feature in our next edition.
    Could you please let me know if this is possible and if so who to contact?
    Many thanks

  2. HI Beverly
    What is your number or email address and we can contact you
    kind regards

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