Sustainable design is woven into all of our projects at Taylor & Syfan. Here are some especially great examples of our sustainable thinking in action.
This small, seven home eco-village was designed with sustainability and the efficient use of resources as its main objective.
The structural system for this Pismo Beach residence was Integrated Concrete Formwork. Making the project particularly challenging was a series of multiple window and door penetrations along with a wedding-cake type floor plan system.
Taylor & Syfan engineered the straw bale building for the San Mateo Outdoor Education Program.
Taylor & Syfan designed this 1.0 MW system that was installed throughout 5 schools in the Westside Union School District.
This 1,572 solar panel roof mount is Georgia’s largest solar photovoltaic.
This 114,000 square foot, 912 kW PV array consists of 3,780 panels.
Taylor & Syfan evaluated the existing structure for the addition of the solar panel shading to the Reno VA parking structure.
This 1.21 MW ground mounted photovoltaic system is the largest of its kind in the state of Hawaii and the first installation to occur in Kauai.
By working closely with REC Solar we were able to produce an elegant sub-structure that was both structurally feasible for construction, but was also compliant with the architect's original vision.