Today, the Building Performance Institute, Inc. (BPI) honored Don MacOdrum, Executive Director of the Home Performance Guild of Oregon, by naming him the 2017 recipient of the Tony Woods Award for Excellence in Advancing the Home Performance Industry.

BPI CEO, Larry Zarker, also announced four new inductees into the Building Performance Industry Hall of Fame: Larry Armanda, Joe Lstiburek, Mike Rogers, and Art Rosenfeld.

Congratulations to all! Read more: http://bit.ly/2nLjA4a.

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Congratulations to Don!

A deep thanks for the honor--and even more thanks to the many who've helped me on my way, and the new faces in the industry who are taking us further and faster! More on that thought: http://omstout.com/the-two-very-best-things-about-hpcs-national-hom... 

Congratulations Mike! Thanks for all you do for the home performance industry!

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