TULSA, Oklahoma -- Work was finished Friday on Tulsa's first "green" Habitat For Humanity home.
The Home Builders Associated of Greater Tulsa started building the home on Monday. The new home is energy-efficient and has a geo-thermal heat pump and better insulation.
Sixty companies worked on the project.
Crews also remodeled another Habitat For Humanity. Both homes are energy star certified.
To learn more about "green" building, check out the National Green Building Program.