Diamond City Montana

Manufacturing at

The Boulder River Valley

Welcome to The Boulder River Valley: Montana’s center for green manufacturing.

Over the past decade, some of the world’s greatest minds have been brought together in order to bring the construction industry well into the 21st Century. This will reduce, and in some cases eliminate, our carbon footprint so that we can hand our world over to our grandchildren better than we found it. This is science at its best. This is a true marvel of nature.

This is the last best place… MONTANA!

Not only have we brought the greatest team in the world together for this project, we have brought in leading manufacturers that are changing the future of our world. We have secured nine companies to build the foundation of The Boulder River Valley Manufacturing project. The first four manufacturing plants have entered into contracts with us and are ready to break ground. They consist of the following:

  1. LUMA Resources: LUMA is the recipient of the US Presidential Award for Innovation of New Technologies and has had dinner in the White House to receive it. Their commodity is the innovated design of the world’s very first Solar Shingle.
  2. ECO Lifestyle Homes: The world’s greenest and most technological modular home system in the world. It is capable of being off grid.
  3. Montana Timber Frame: The use of reclaimed & FSC Certified timbers in order to meet the high limits of LEED Certification.
  4. Diamond City Millwork and Cabinetry: Where true craftsmanship becomes LEED Certified at its best.

These plants are just the beginning. We will be introducing a revolutionary method of taking garbage and turning it into clean power and all types of fuels.

Diamond City offers nothing less than the future.

The Modern West Diamond City is located in the bedroom community of Boulder, just 28 miles south of Helena on Interstate 15. It is nestled in a mountain valley at 4,990 feet and offers spectacular views of the Elkhorn mountains.

The nearby City of Helena, Montana, is the state’s capital and traces its roots to 19th Century gold mining. It is a vibrant community, with a well-educated population that likes to work—and play—hard.

Helena provides many of the amenities of a much bigger city.
It is ranked in the top 100 art communities in America, has its own symphony and theater community and a large municipal airport with direct flights to major hubs like Seattle, Salt Lake City, Denver and Minneapolis.

The region has kept its small-town charm and stayed true to its gold mining roots. Residents actively enjoy the many outstanding outdoor recreation opportunities.

LEED will

directly contribute

$29.8 Billion

to GDP by 2018

2015:

The median direct contribution to state economy is forecast at $934 Million

2016:

The median direct contribution to state economy is forecast at $1.3 Billion

in 2014 the

Green Building Industry supported

Over 2 Million Workers

Here's how that stack up against some other well-known industries:

The American motion pictures, home video and television industry supports: 1.9 Million Workers

In 2014, Freight Railroads employed more than 185,000 workers

Computer and Video Game Companies directly and indirectly employ more than 146,000 People

The push for efficiency and renewable power sources has never been higher.

The US Green Building Council (USGBC), the US certification agency, published an industry wide analysis of the impact this sector is having.

We feel the numbers speak for themselves.

LEED & Green Building Generate Big Economic Impact

Key finding from the USGBC Green Building Economic Impact Study prepared by Booz Allen Hamilton

Source: http://www.usgbc.org/articles/infographic-usgbc’s-green-building-economic-impact-report

Green construction directly will
contribute 1.1 million
jobs by 2018

LEED will directly contribute
386,000
jobs by 2018

Green construction will
directly contribute
$75.6 Billion
in wages by 2018

LEED is forecasted to
directly account for
$26.2 Billion
in wages by 2018

From 2015-2018 LEED-Certified Buildings are estimated to have as mush as ...

$1.2 Billion in energy savings

$715.3 Million in maintenance savings

$149.5 Million in water savings

$54.2 Million in waste savings

Manufacturers at The Boulder River Valley

 

ECO Lifestyle Homes

ECO Lifestyle Homes (ECO-L): ECO-L currently produces the greenest and most technological modular homes in the world capable of creating off grid communities. Before suffering significant losses in the financial collapse of 2008, they had assembly plants in multiple countries.

ECO Minimized Homes (ECO-M): ECO-M will be introducing the greenest and most technological Minimized (small) Home in the world and will be totally self sufficient. The technology that is designed for these homes will take your breath away.

Montana Timberframe

Montana Timber Frame (MTF): MTF will become the very first Platinum LEED Certified home package using reclaimed and FSC Certified wood. MTF will combine technology and beauty in a place you can call home.

Diamond City Millworks & Cabinetry (DCMC): DCMC will create cabinets from reclaimed and FSC Certified wood.

The above plants create 970 direct jobs and total 3,424.4 direct/indirect jobs.

LUMA Resources

LUMA Resources (LUMA): US Presidential award winning LUMA has invented a new way to create power using simple roofing materials. Imagine a slate roof product as a power station! This product is elegance & technology at its best.

LUMA Roofing (LR): LUMA will be adding a manufacturing plant in BRV, thus creating a few hundred US jobs.

LUMA PV (LP): LP is a current science laboratory and manufacturing center of PV cells in China. Dr. Guo Lihui will be adding another plant here in the US and will become part of BRVSRC below.

Millworks & CabinetryBlock

Diamond City Millworks & Cabinetry (DCMC): DCMC will create cabinets from reclaimed and FSC Certified wood and other natural elements while using existing technologies and advancing them to capture the heat from household appliances to radiate heat when needed during cold months, thus reducing the carbon footprint. The above plants create 970 direct jobs and total 3,424.4 direct/indirect jobs.


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