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“If you don't have time to do it right, when will you have the time to do it over?”
― John Wooden

In the fourth quarter of 2021 installation crews were completing projects through Energywise in Black Hawk, Cedaredge, Evergreen and Telluride, Colorado. Crews are also working in Castle Valley, Spring City, Stansfield Park and Logan Utah, with others in Henderson and Elko, Nevada, Albuquerque, New Mexico and finally in Orchid Bay, Belize.

Engineering consultants are located in Denver and Windsor, Colorado; Bedford, Wyoming and Gig Harbor, Washington. Energy Consultants in Loveland and Ophir, Colorado.

Energywise Sustainable Products takes pride in the energy efficient products that we carry to build structures that are safe, comfortable and less expensive to operate, including:

The Energywise Sustainable Products' Team

John Hatfield

John has over 55 years experience with construction materials and methods, both as a technician and as an engineer working for a variety of engineering firms. 
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He was the Chief Engineer for Materials Testing Laboratories for 9 years, analyzing all types of construction materials used in virtually every phase of building construction. He served as Code Engineer and Plan Review specialist with The Building Department, Inc. for 8 years, and held the Chief Building Official's title in several Colorado Jurisdictions from 1973 to 1985. John worked for Building Code Consultants, Inc. from 1985 to 1992 and formed Creative Exterior Materials and Services, Inc. (CEMS) in late 1992. In his capacity as Chief Operations officer for CEMS, he had field inspectors working in 7 different states completing project reviews and data gathering for various clients. CEMS provided roofing materials technical services for both 2001/Kelly Company and Burke/Merker, in a five state area. In 2002, John formed Energywise Sustainable Products, the prime distributor for Quad-Lock ICF materials and associated products that are necessary to complete any significant project regardless of the size or complexity. In addition, John worked part time for the Town of Ridgway as a building inspector from 2012 to 2016. John and family members constructed a complete ICF house with R-42 walls and a SIP panel roof system in Montrose as a retirement home.

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