Houses That Work (new construction)

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Houses That Work (new construction)

Time: January 23, 2014 all day
Location: HBA of St. Louis & Eastern Missouri
Street: 10104 Old Olive Street Road
City/Town: St. Louis, MO 63141
Website or Map: http://www.eeba.org/housestha…
Phone: 952-881-1098
Event Type: full, day, building, science, training
Organized By: Nancy Bakeman
Latest Activity: Jan 9, 2014

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Houses That Work Education is a valuable tool to enable builders and trade partners to put processes in place to cost effectively solve key construction details that most affect building performance. Participants will understand the importance of their role in producing a house that works while reducing builder risk and improving customer satisfaction and the builder’s bottom line.

Framing, Insulating, Air Sealing, Plumbing, Electricians, and HVAC contractors learn the impact their trade has on other trades, and how to efficiently build a house that operates as a system.

Each Session Includes: Lunch, Registration Materials and Handouts, Mini-Expo provided by National Education Partners, EEBA's Bookstore

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