From Bob Foschi

"Great Quality, Good Price, Fast Delivery - Other companies struggle to achieve only 2 of these...Foschi gives you all 3!"

Experienced Developers

For over 53 years, Foschi Construction Corp. has established itself as one of the leading mid-size general contracting and design/build firms in the New York Tri-State area.

Passive House Building

Saving costs through energy efficiency

Foschi Construction is certified and trained to build Passive House homes and buildings. Passive House construction is the world’s best and most demanding energy efficient building standard. Reducing energy demands by 80%-90%, saving owners thousands of dollars in energy costs. Through comprehensive training and testing by the Passive House Institute, Foschi Construction has become one of the first Internationally Certified Passive House Tradesman in the United States.

What is a Passive Home?

A passive home has the following traits:

  • Exceptionally high level of thermal insulation
  • Well-insulated window frame with triple low-e glazing
  • Thermal-bridge-free construction
  • Airtight building envelope
  • Comfort ventilation with highly efficient heat recovery
  • A comfortable home because of even heating and a uniform indoor climate
  • High reduction of CO2 emissions
  • Nothing unordinary or extreme is required from the homeowners

The Benefits of Passive Home Building

Built with the future in mind

Today’s houses use large amounts of energy, draining our supply of available resources.  Passive House homes and buildings recycle and reuse energy on a consistent basis resulting in a very small carbon footprint.




Adapted to local climate

Each passive home is built with the local climate in mind and can be implemented anywhere in the world. Depending on the local climate, whether more hot or more cold, a plan is put in place to ensure maximum efficiency for the energy output and comfort level of the home.




Savings to the homeowner

Passive House homes and buildings have shown results in savings of more than 90% against the average consumption in traditional homes.