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"Craig, I wanted to let you know I went back to your Fine Homebuilding article and re…"

Greg La Vardera replied Jul 11, 2012 to New Construction: Easing Builders into High Performance Construction

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"Both Schipper and Kelly went on to impressive careers. And the NAHB went on to lobby…"

Greg La Vardera replied Jun 12, 2012 to New Construction: Easing Builders into High Performance Construction

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"Thank you for the kind words Craig. You are correct, the 3d model is in sketchup. I'…"

Greg La Vardera replied Jun 12, 2012 to New Construction: Easing Builders into High Performance Construction

20 Jul 11, 2012
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"Armando, my replies to you have been mainly to clarify things stated in your posts.…"

Greg La Vardera replied Jun 12, 2012 to New Construction: Easing Builders into High Performance Construction

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"And it is a shame when such vigorous research is not taken up by an industry. But it…"

Greg La Vardera replied Jun 12, 2012 to New Construction: Easing Builders into High Performance Construction

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"Also, I should point out that while Sweden has regions that extend up into the arcti…"

Greg La Vardera replied Jun 12, 2012 to New Construction: Easing Builders into High Performance Construction

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"You are talking about Coming In From The Cold - yes I know it well. I'm amazed you w…"

Greg La Vardera replied Jun 11, 2012 to New Construction: Easing Builders into High Performance Construction

20 Jul 11, 2012
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"I don't disagree that AF takes care and practice. I just feel that the housing indus…"

Greg La Vardera replied Jun 11, 2012 to New Construction: Easing Builders into High Performance Construction

20 Jul 11, 2012
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"Armando - in the context of this video I could not expand on all the reasons why I b…"

Greg La Vardera replied Jun 11, 2012 to New Construction: Easing Builders into High Performance Construction

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