NetZero Residential is committed to develop sustainable, carbon neutral mid and hi rise residential projects in major metros of North America by leveraging its cutting edge CFS modular build proprietary solutions and technologies. The first phase NetZero Residential’s current developments is focused on Los Angeles, Seattle and San Jose mid & hi-rise residential projects both affordable and market rates.

The construction industry is one of the largest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions, accounting for nearly 40% of global emissions. In North America, the construction sector is responsible for approximately 17% of total emissions.

One way to reduce the environmental impact of the construction industry is to shift towards carbon neutral modular mid & hi rise residential developments. Modular construction is a process of building structures off-site in controlled factory settings. The modules are then transported to the construction site and assembled, which can significantly reduce construction time and waste.

Carbon neutral modular mid & hi rise residential developments are designed to produce zero net greenhouse gas emissions. This will be achieved through a combination of measures, including:

  • All NetZero Residential projects will be Type-I construction, built with total non-combustible building materials, offsite manufacturing, using sustainable structural material recycled & recyclable steel.
  • Using renewable energy sources to power the construction process and the completed buildings.
  • Incorporating energy-efficient features and appliances into the design.
  • Planting trees and other vegetation around the buildings to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

All NetZero Residential’s developments are committed to help to reduce the environmental impact of the construction industry, improve air quality, and create jobs in the green economy.

Carbon neutral modular mid & hi rise residential developments are more affordable to build and operate than traditional construction methods. This is because modular construction will reduce construction costs and timelines, and energy-efficient features will save tenants cost on utility bills over the long term.