Goneau-Bryant Accepted Into Healthy Home Building Program
Goneau-Bryant Custom Homes has been officially accepted into the North Carolina Healthy Built Homes Builder program at the NC Solar Center on the campus of NC State University.
Bob Bryant, CEO of Goneau-Bryant, was on hand to accept the certification.
"We are very excited to make our partnership with the NC Solar Center and NC Healthy Built Homes official, and we look forward to providing Moore County with homes featuring lower operating costs, high performance technologies, increas-ed comfort and lasting value."
Company COO Marcel Goneau added, "We believe the NC Healthy Built Homes program offers the best interaction, advice and service related to certifying a truly green, efficient and sustainable design and construction process. For all practical purposes, this designation is the cream of the crop when it comes to ensuring the best possible new home product we could ever bring to market."
"We will share best practices on the local green building process with the community and other builders and contractors in the area in the hopes of furthering additional responsible developments and home construction throughout the Sandhills," Bryant added. "Marcel has been designing and building homes in the area for over 20 years, which makes him very well connected in the industry and very knowledgeable of local materials that will help us to pursue these efficient and healthy construction techniques in the most affordable and cost-effective way possible."
Bryant is also a North Carolina licensed real estate broker with Prudential Gouger O'Neal & Saunders Real Estate in Pinehurst. He is a former vice president of the Cartoon Network and director of operations and production for CNN and Turner Broadcasting's Environmental Documentary Unit. He was a team member of Prince Charles' Operation Raleigh Expedition to the Australian Outback and a team leader for Youth Service International's Alaskan Exped-ition.
He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Journalism and is a board member of Friend to Friend and the UNC Journalism Alumni and Friends Association, and serves on several committees of The Village Chapel in Pinehurst.
Goneau is a professional member of the American Institute of Building Design (AIBD) and has a North Carolina unlimited general contractor's license. He spent more than 14 years as executive vice president of a successful Pinehurst design and construction company.
He graduated from Sandhills Community College with a degree in architectural engineering technology and has attended pre-certification seminars for LEED, NC Healthy Built Homes and System Vision Energy Program.
Goneau-Bryant is at 115 West Pennsylvania Ave. in Southern Pines. Specializing in green, energy efficient and sustainable building practices, it offers a full slate of construction services including design, building, land planning, renovation, restoration, development and community investment.
Anyone needing more information can call 246-0800, e-mail info@GBhappy.com, or visit www.GBhappy.com.
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