Sponsors

We want to thank all of our sponsors for their many contributions to the success of this project

This project is so much more technically advanced, functional and beautiful because of the support and contributions we have received from our many sponsors. These sponsors have joined with us in our mission to constantly explore newer and better ways to achieve a viable, sustainable future. Together - architects, designers, craftsmen, engineers, manufactures, local governments, bankers, local businesses and community organizations - are proving that through dialogue and mutual support, we are all moving toward creating new models of green building.

Sponsorship communications and acquisition:

The Sponsorship Program was coordinated and lead by Mike Brenesell and Michael Stevens. They were responsible for designing the program, reaching out to sponsors and coordinating communications. They also provided sponsorship development, website development, public relations and promotional support on this project. Through their efforts, the project was able to reduce its overall budget and gain exposure locally and nationally via various trade channels.

Michael Brenesell, Partner
KNB Associates, LLC
E-mail: mike@knb-corp.com

Michael Stevens
Achieve Marketing
E-mail: mstevens@achievemg.com
Web site: www.greeenprojectmarketing.com

We have catalogued our sponsors in categories corresponding to the amount of their contribution:

Gold Sponsor

Dupont Tyvek Logo
Dupont/Weatherization Partners
www.tyvek.com
Scott Moore and Tyvek were great partners in this project providing top quality products to control moisture  and increase the durability of the buildings.

Ictnene Logo
Icynene
www.icynene.com
Icynene was key  in creating a high performance shell in both structures. It was used in the lid of the Victorian house and in the walls and between floors in the rear building.

Sol Force Logo
Sol Force
www.solforce.com
Abe Powell and his company SolForce contributed photovoltaic systems, their time and expertise to help Victoria Garden Mews move closer to being a net-zero energy project.

Specialty Plaster Logo
Specialty Plaster
www.plasteringcontractorsantabarbara.com
Specialty Plaster provided labor to apply exterior and interior finish products on the rear building.

Silver Sponsors

American Clay
www.americanclay.com

American Fiber Cement
www.americanfibercement.com

Aqua Flo Supply
www.aquaflo.com

Aquel
www.aquelwater.com

Capitol Hardware
www.capitolharware.com

Ferguson
www.ferguson.com

Rainwater Pillow
www.rainwaterpillow.com

AO Smith Corporation
www.hotwater.com

Bronze

ACT Metlund On Demand
www.gothotwater.com

Certainteed
www.certainteed.com

CR Harrington Ceramics
www.pathlighting.com

Elite Stone Fabricators
www.elitestonefabricators.com

Florasource Ltd.
www.florsourceltd.com

Foundry Service & Supplies
www.foundryservice.com

Global Eco Soil Solutions
www.globalecosoilsolutions.com

Great Western Building Supplies
www.gwbm.com

Hayward
www.haywardlumber.com

Hi Fi Club
www.hificlub.net

Kelleher Corporation
www.kelleher.com

Living Green Design Solutions
www.livinggreendesignsolutions.com

Masco
www.masco.com

Mission Tile West
www.missiontilewest.com

Nationwide Lifts
www.home-elevator.net

Orco
www.orco.com

Parking Automation Systems
www.parkingautomation.net

Redland Clay Tile
www.redlandclaytile.com

ReMax
www.rmax.com

Rinnai
www.rinnai.us

San Marcos Growers
www.smgrowers.com

Santa Barbara Surfacing
www.santabarbarasurfacing.com

Santa Barbara Stone & Masonry
www.santabarbarastone.com

Serious Building Materials
www.seriousenergy.com

Stego
www.stegoindustries.com

Stock
www.stocksupply.com

Sustainable Solutions
www.sustainablesolutions.com

Trestlewood
www.trestlewood.com

Vacco
www.venturaac.com

Vulcan
www.vulcanmaterials.com

Weatherization Partners
www.weatherizationpartners.com

York
www.york.com

Victoria Garden Mews building exterior. Victoria Garden Mews is an award winning Green multifamily construction project in Santa Barbara California.