A Smarter Way to Build

Phius buildings are among the most resilient in the world. So when it comes to creating safe, comfortable, healthy schools, building to the Phius standard should be a no-brainer.
Schools Overview

Top of their Class

Schools built to the Phius standards provide a living example of environmental conservation efforts to their students.

Maine Coast Waldorf High School

Located on a pastoral property in Freeport, Maine, this building houses students from grades K-12.

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Center for Energy Efficient Design (CEED), Franklin County Public Schools

This project was the first public school (K-12) designed to passive building standards in the United States.

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