Building Energy & Northeast Construction
Northeast Construction, Inc. has been building and remodeling in Vermont since 1981. Our track record demonstrates an unsurpassed commitment to energy efficiency and quality building practices. As a result, Efficiency Vermont has granted Northeast Construction “Energy Partner” status and honored one of our projects as “One of two tightest houses ever tested in Vermont”.
We offer a complete range of building and weatherization services including various forms of insulation, roofing, siding, doors, windows, and a holistic array of solutions including solar panels and heating system alternatives.
As Building Energy we are recognized as a “Building Analyst Professional” and “Envelope Professional” by the Building Performance Institute. This is a national training and certification agency dedicated to the advancement of sound building practices and promotion of energy conservation technologies.
In short, we generate a lot of energy to save energy in buildings. We would welcome the opportunity to perform a home audit with blower door and infrared thermography to evaluate your homes heating efficiency and offer suggestions and solutions to any issues your home may have. We are, by the way, fully trained and certified by the Snell Infrared Group in the use and application of infrared technology in the analysis of building insulation and thermal envelope construction.
Most of our insulation and energy improvement projects qualify for state incentives offered through current Efficiency Vermont programs.
Our mission: We are committed to reducing the carbon footprint of buildings and converting to clean renewable energy.
Our goal is to provide comprehensive solutions to complex energy problems by providing a wide range of building products and services.
Our core group of employees includes:
Scott Gardner, General Manager, Building Auditor
Karen Thuesen, Office Manager
Mike Spear, Senior Construction Manager
Andrew Charbonneau, Project Manager
Nik Ponzio, Solar Engineer and Senior Manager
Brent Mellen, Manager of White River Junction Office and Senior Building Auditor