Smart Home Pensacola

Smart Home Pensacola serves as an example of high-performance, sustainable design, and fortified construction. Using the latest state-of-the-art home automation systems and advanced building technologies, Smart Home Pensacola is an opportunity for building professionals, vendors, and manufacturers to unite around the common goal of building in a more sustainable way.

The home is located in Pensacola, Florida on the shores of beautiful Pensacola Bay. Given its coastal location, the home will feature storm-rated, Energy-Star windows and doors, and Structural Insulated Panels.

The design team will incorporate Passive House and Universal Design principles, and will seek certification under the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design for Homes (or LEED for Homes), the U.S. Department of Energy's Zero Energy Ready Home and Energy Star designation, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's WaterSense program.

Smart Home Pensacola is a premier example of sustainable building design and construction featuring the most innovative companies in the industry.




A Little Madness Brewing Company

“You’re only given a little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it.” ~Robin Williams

Loxley Hawk is proud to be constructing A Little Madness Brewery for microbrewery owners Dayna and David Beddick. A Little Madness brews their beers using fresh, local (when possible) ingredients using sustainable techniques. They offer seasonal beers IN SEASON, not from last year’s fruits. David Beddick was quoted by the Pensacola News Journal, stating, "We'd like to take advantage of local ingredients and use ingredients that are in season… We also utilize solar power on our home. We're definitely going to expand into those things when we move into the commercial area. The approach is to try to make this as sustainable a product as we can." Loxley Hawk is excited to bring this modern, sustainable craft brewery to our local neighborhood.

Check out A Little Madness’s Facebook page or use the Untappd app to check in and rate their craft beers. By supporting local craft, you are supporting a better product, a better experience, and a better community. Taste the difference a little passion makes!

“There is no genius without some touch of madness.” ~Aristotle



Rowe Residence – A Hurricane Ivan Survival Story

Ira and Angela Rowe’s home sustained damage from Hurricanes Erin and Opal in 1995. The following year, David Butler of Loxley Hawk, Inc. worked with his crew and LA Homebuilders to build Ira and Angela a new home. In 2004, Hurricane Ivan made landfall. The Rowe residence sustained only minor damages: the loss of some shingles and ridge cap. Three blow-out walls were blown out (as they were meant to do when hit by the storm surge), but Ira was able to locate them, bring them back to the house, and put them back in place on his own. The 22-year-old home on the beach still stands and looks as good as it did the day construction was completed!




Rex Residence

Residential New Construction in East Pensacola Heights. This residence has a 58 HERS rating, meaning it is 42% more efficient than the current building code requirements and average home! Visit the Residential Energy Services Network to learn more about the HERS index.

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Residential New Construction in Navy Point. Solar Panels added for Renewable Energy. Learn more about Green Building! Structural Insulated Panel construction – Learn more from FischerSIPS!

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Harvey Solar Project

Photovoltaic 9.9kW grid tied solar system using Axitec solar modules and a Fronius Primo inverter installed on top of existing boathouse in Gulf Breeze, Florida. Learn more about Green Building!

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