Veev takes an environmental approach to building modular homes

Veev offers an innovative, solutions-focused home building platform. It revolves around Veev’s exclusive pre-engineered panels that make modular construction easy. The process allows homes to be completed faster with almost no waste throughout the manufacturing process.

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“Traditional construction has had a significant impact on the environment and Veev strives to be an outlier,” Veev Homebuilders said.

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Since Veev wall panels are produced in a highly automated factory, design changes are made via digital files rather than waste on the production floor. Each wall is fabricated with built-in electrical, plumbing, light, and sensors, so they’re ready to install without additional subcontractors or delays.

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Veev manages the entire construction process for clients, offering expertise in asset management, architectural and structural design, permits, full modular construction, installation, and a digital home package.

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In addition to convenience and minimal site impact, Veev homes come with a host of energy efficient features. The company is transparent in its dedication to sustainable building practices – a rarity in the otherwise particularly dirty construction industry.

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Veev is so committed to material selection and environmentally responsible processes throughout the supply chain that it commissioned an independent review of its sustainability efforts. The full sustainability report of their construction process has been third-party verified by Ecometrica. The results were based on examining a recently completed house and comparing it to traditionally built houses.

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The study analyzed embodied and operational carbon emissions by looking at material selection, waste disposal, and estimated energy consumption over the life of the home, among other metrics. The results showed an overall 47% reduction in CO2 equivalent, waste diversion rates above 95% and a 38.6% lower CO2 impact.

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Veev has set a goal to reduce the carbon footprint of its homes by an additional 25% by 2022. The company also recently joined the World Green Building Council’s Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment.

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To keep carbon emissions low, Veev relies on suppliers who supply recycled steel. The use of light gauge steel (LGS) for the structural framing of the walls is a lightweight option that allows for a very precise finish. Steel is also resistant to humidity, pests, fire, water and earthquake problems.

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Another innovative product called High Performance Surface (HPS) is used to coat walls, counters, exteriors and more. It provides durability, does not fade, is antimicrobial and easy to maintain.

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All Veev homes are equipped with a digital system that allows homeowners to easily manage air quality, energy consumption and water conservation.

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