How to Build a Passive House Effectively and Affordably January 27, 9 am - 1 pm- Green Building Alliance

  • 27 Jan 2016
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How to Build a Passive House Effectively and Affordably
Green Building Alliance
January 27, 9 am - 1 pm, $75

Adam Cohen has completed more large-scale, market-rate Passive House projects than anyone in the country. He will provide key insights on how to achieve the Passive House standard at cost comparable to conventional construction. The four hour training will cover:

•Passive House Concepts – understand the basics

•Streamlined Design – understand the pitfalls and obstacles and how to avoid them

•Procurement – understand the restraints on labor and material procurement

•Field Implementation – understand the varying design solution’s field implications and the specifics of field work

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