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LEED Platinum week-end – LA PRESSE

August 21, 2010 Light, comfort, space, proximity with nature and… The possibility to evaluate its ecological footprint! This Orfie, in Eastman, the home that combines modern comfort and sustainability. More about LEED Platinum week-end

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Orfie: first home certified LEED Platinum in Quebec

Summer 2010 Last January, a promoter from Eastman in the Eastern Townships, became the first in Quebec to build a LEED Platinum certified home, the most important award granted by the Conseil du bâtiment du Canada. More on the first home LEED Platinum certified

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Maison LEED Platine – la première au Canada – La Presse

April 10, 2010 It is the story of a house that was LEED Platinum without even knowing about it. “Potential clients, at the Salon du chalet would ask us if our home was LEED certified, says Alain Chagnon, Le Vertendre President. It did not seem important at the start. We…

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Eco-paradise in the Eastern Townships – Le Devoir

March 20, 2010 The Orfie ecoenergetic house has been granted the LEED Platinum certification. The perfect balance between ecology and modern comfort. This is how the Orfie house concept has been born. More on the ecoenergetic Orfie house (French)

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Vertendre and the intelligent house – Reflet du lac

May 21 2009 A new intelligent and ecoenergetic home for le Vertendre According to Alain Chagnon, Vertendre’s President, this type of construction is greener than many other models. “We have pushed further the development. Building a 500,000$ eco-house is no challenge. . Our team has worked really hard to come…

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(EN)Vertendre rêve d’un joyau vert

Vertendre dreams of a Green Paradise October 18, 2008 Le Vertendre President is clear: he will not wait for the approval of a lift that will connect its land at Mont Orford to move forward with the hotel construction on Mont Sylvio-Lacharité. More on Vertendre dreams of a Green Paradise…

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Orford: project submitted by Le Vertendre

March 13, 2007 Le Vertendre submits to the Quebec Government to modernise the ski station and the Mont-Orford Golf Course, without buiding codominiums and heavy infrastructures. More on the Orford project submitted by Le Vertendre (French)

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