Passive House: Zero to Sixty, January 12, 6:30-8pm @ BSA - Passive House Massachusetts

  • 12 Jan 2016
Event Description

Passive House Massachusetts
January 12, 2016 | 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Boston Society of Architects/AIA
BSA Foundation
290 Congress Street, Suite 200, Boston

This meeting is free and open to all

Passive House: Zero to Sixty

Nick Falkoff, founder of Auburndale Builders will describe will describe his experience with the design and construction of the first passive house his company is constructing, and will lead a facilitated discussion of the challenges of realizing your first Passive House. In addition to the expected steep learning curve, this project has a number of unusual features and challenges, including an unusually complex building design, a large and geographically diverse team, and high expectations for performance.

To learn more about Passive House Massachusetts, visit

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