BPI Multifamily Building Analyst in MI - Detroit Oct 24, 2011

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BPI Multifamily Building Analyst in MI - Detroit Oct 24, 2011

Time: October 24, 2011 at 8am to October 28, 2011 at 5pm
Location: 27500 Northwestern Highway
Street: 27500 Northwestern Highway
City/Town: Southfield, MI, USA, 48034
Phone: 888-513-3476
Event Type: training, class
Organized By: Cmot Cho
Latest Activity: Mar 10, 2011

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This 5-day BPI Multifamily Building Analyst course includes:

You have mastered analyzing single family homes; you have reviewed hundreds of small family residences; you no longer feel a challenge from simple floor plans? then Multifamily Building Analyst is right for you. This course prepares you to analyze large housing complexes with multiple family units. This course will cover boiler system analysis, whole building envelope analysis, audit software and audit reporting, and energy end use allocation. This valuable training program prepares you to take the exam for the advanced level certification offered by BPI and can bring you new business for years to come. Using your upgraded building science knowledge you will not only help building owners to solve heating, cooling and air leakage problems that are driving high energy costs, but you will also provide them with a more comfortable, safe and durable building. Using this certification along with your Building Analyst certification you can get your company accredited and gain access to multiple federal and state incentives.

CleanEdison promotes sustainability and green building practices by offering expert advice through our consulting services and best-in-class education to professionals serving the green building industry. Learn more about our flagship training courses in BPI Certification, LEED Certification, and Solar Training. Contact us today! 888-513-3476

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