Fundamentals of High Performance Housing

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Fundamentals of High Performance Housing

Time: August 20, 2013 to August 23, 2013
Location: Classes are held at Virginia Tech’s Department of Building Construction in Bishop Favrao Hall on the main campus in Blacksburg.
City/Town: Blacksburg Virginia
Website or Map: http://www.netPLUSenergyschoo…
Phone: 540-797-3059
Event Type: builder, training
Organized By: Virginia Tech office of continuing education
Latest Activity: Aug 1, 2013

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This four day, engaging professional education for building
practitioners is focused on deepening your understanding
of building science and expanding your knowledge of best
practices. Completion of this dynamic program strengthens
your ability to build, design, plan, and specify the new
normal: high-performance “green” construction, with proper
emphasis on energy efficiency, health-promoting environments, cost optimization, and long-term durability.

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