CCHRC

AcronymDefinition
CCHRCCold Climate Housing Research Center
CCHRCCatholic Charities Housing Resource Center (St. Louis, MO)
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The CCHRC RTF is located on the campus of the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
(25.) CCHRC. Monitoring and Verification of Sustainable Northern Shelter Building Performance: Anaktuvuk Pass Prototype House Final Report.
The Chinese Community Health Resource Center (CCHRC) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote a healthier lifestyle through bilingual health education, programs, and services and to participate in community-based research related to health care.
CCHRC in Fairbanks is a nonprofit, industry-based corporation that demonstrates smart building technologies, among other building efficiencies, through statewide research.
CCHRC designers worked with AVCP and the community to come up with a design that fit the climate and culture of the region.
CCHRC is an industry-based, nonprofit corporation that develops and tests energy efficient, durable, healthy, and cost-effective building technologies for Alaska and the world's cold climate regions.
CCHRC was the brainchild of a group of members of the Alaska State Home Building Association who recognized that Alaska needed building techniques that matched the realities of life in the state.
By listening to the traditional knowledge and combining it with lessons learned and innovative technologies, CCHRC and its partner, Tagiugmiullu Nunamiullu Housing Authority, a tribally designated housing entity serving the North Slope, designed a prototype home.
This seems to be about what other CCHRC prototypes are using annually."
It is now a living laboratory for CCHRC researchers and UAF students to study the energy performance, economics and environmental impact of building systems in hopes of applying the technology in construction around the state.
The shape maximizes heating efficiency and deflects wind-driven rain, says Jack Hebert, president and CEO of the Fairbanks-based CCHRC.