Press & Media

Home Energy magazine

by Julie Groth and Roger Hahn

August/Sept 2010

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Gambit Weekly, “The Green Issue”
March 11, 2008
By David Winkler-Schmit

“Contractor Julie Groth has learned much about green building since taking on the renovations of this house for homeowner Shannan Cvitanovic. The walls are insulated with a rain screen system that allows moisture to drain, which inhibits mold from growing inside the walls. The home also will have a dual-flush commode, formaldehyde-free cabinets and energy efficient appliances.”

“She has taken a number of courses in green construction and recently became…designated by the National Association of Home Builders as a Certified Green Professional.”


The Times-Picayune, “Inside/Out”

March 8, 2008

Julie also teaches a class at Tulane University/Newcomb College. Groth an 18 year veteran of home renovation was drawn to the idea of women in nontraditional roles especially construction. She is shown in the issue of  published by teaching students how to build a deck outside of a Katrina-flooded shotgun house.:  “Julie Groth has an “I can do it attitude” which is conveyed in her teaching and her renovation of homes.”


The Times Picayune
May 10, 2008
By Molly Reid, staff writer

A Retrofit the right way
For contractor Julie Groth, the renovation of a historic single shotgun in Mid-City has taken green-building skill level from novice to specialist. The owner wanted a green retrofit, and Groth was interested in sustainable rebuilding, so the project “set off a process of learning green”, she said.
Groth now considers herself a full-fledged green builder…


LA Times
“Pardon Our Dust” Blog
By Kathy Price-Robinson
May 8, 2008

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City Business
By Ariella Cohen
May 12, 2008

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New Orleans Homes & Lifestyles
By Paul A. Greenberg
May, 2008

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