Now you can see Imery Group’s award winning homes on the DOE Tour of Zero.

The US Department of Energy has announced that Imery Group has been selected as the Grand Winner in the Custom Home Innovation category at the 2016 Housing Innovation Awards.

Luis Imery, owner of Imery & Co. LLC and two-time winner of a U.S. Department of Energy’s Zero Energy Ready Housing Innovation Award, can tell you that achieving a zero energy home doesn’t just happen; it’s the result of a lot of planning and collaboration.

The home owner of Imery’s 2016 DOE Housing Innovation Award winning home sought out Imery after hearing about the Zero Energy Ready home he had constructed at Serenbe, Georgia, which had won a 2014 Housing Innovation Award Profile and became first U.S. Department of Energy-certified DOE Zero Energy Ready Home in the state of Georgia.

Read the full profile for Imery Group’s 2016 Housing Innovation Award at Energy.gov ».  There you can  read about a whole new level of homeowner satisfaction, and see how Imery Group has proven innovations in each of their award winning homes.

Take a photo tour of 2016 Housing Innovation Award winning home in our project portfolio » 

View photographs of our  2014 Award Winner Proud Green Home at Serenbe in our portfolio »


hia-zero-home-winner-logo-2016_v1-01About the Award

Imery Group Earned Prestigious Housing Innovation Award from the US Department of Energy

The DOE Housing Innovation Awards recognize nation’s top builders on the path to Zero Energy Ready Homes

“Housing Innovation Award winners such as Imery Group are leading a major housing industry transformation to zero energy ready homes. This level of performance is the home of the future because it improves the way Americans live by substantially reducing or eliminating utility bills, ensuring engineered comfort way beyond traditional homes, protecting health with a comprehensive package of indoor air quality measures, and helping maximize the largest investment of a lifetime,” said Sam Rashkin, Chief Architect at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Building Technologies Office.

“These winners are leading the movement to Zero Energy Ready Homes that provide better places for Americans to live, stronger communities, and a more economically and environmentally resilient nation,” said Rashkin.

A complete list of Award Winners at Energy.gov.