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Eco-Holdings Engineering (F-7395)

Civil & Structural Engineering with Revit 3D Design

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Green Building Consulting
ECO has supported green building systems and projects of all sizes.
SMALL - ECO engineered for the 99KHouse, an award winning 1250 sf residence (ORA-Hybrid Architects)
MEDIUM - ECO engineered Austin's first LEED Platinum Residence (Laverne Williams, Architect)
LARGE - ECO engineered Texas' largest public school solar array (145 kW PISD)
Check out examples below to see if we might fit your project type. Or visit our links to add some ideas to your next green, smart, or dream project. Then use ECO as your engineer and get our latest green consulting.
Green Building Components for Roofs, Walls, and Floors
Building Systems including Wood, SIPs, or Concrete.
Designing for Shelter-In-Place or Aging-In-Place
Planning for Wind, Green Energy, Solar PV Arrays ---->
Rainwater Harvesting, and HVAC Condensate Harvesting

Advanced Wood Frame Structure (1250 sf,

Aerated Concrete Block Structure  (~2100 sf)


Structural Insulated Panel with Roof Deck  (~2400 sf)

Advanced Wood Frame Dwelling Structure (~3500 sf)

Piling Wood Frame Coastal Structure (~2600 sf)

Near Net Zero Energy Urban Project (~3200 sf)


Structural Insulated Panel Commercial Structure (Seabrook Sailing Club)

MEGA PROJECT (Future Concept for a Multifamily 'Net Zero Energy' Design)
By applying the latest in integrated design with building information modeling practices. Modeling confirmed that an aggressively designed super insulated mutifamily dwelling complex limited to a nominal 15% window area could be designed to operate at below 3 kWh/sf-floor area per year. This means that a 1000 sf apartment would on average require 3000 kWh per year. The 1000 sf roof top solar array in Houston would make enough energy (12,000 kWh/yr) for four levels of 1000 sf stacked dwelling units. A portion of the cost of the array can be traded for the cost of roofing by use of new solar shingles from two manufacturers. The HVAC system is determined to consume about 50% of this annual total 3000 kWh unit energy, so HVAC geothermal wells are part of this design. An insulated cold and hot water loop provides additional thermal storage buffering.