Karen Gardner
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"Hi,   AIA NC, NC Building Performance Association, Advanced Energy and NCAR has been sharing information about the "Proof is Possible Tour," traveling in the world’s highest performing tiny house on wheels, #TinyLab, coming to…"
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Building Science Trainer/Consultant -- ADVANCED ENERGY

Join the Advanced Energy team and enjoy the abundant rewards of working with nationally-recognized industry experts that are revolutionizing the building industry.  Our Building Science team helps the building industry produce better products while increasing profits and avoiding callbacks. We accomplish this by providing training, consultation, applied research and program development to improve the health, safety, durability, comfort, affordability and environmental responsibility of houses…See More
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"Hi Karen and welcome. There should be away for you to post job opening here. I'll ask Diane, our administrator.   Carol"
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At 3:07pm on December 8, 2016, Corbett Lunsford said…

Hi,  

AIA NC, NC Building Performance Association, Advanced Energy and NCAR has been sharing information about the "Proof is Possible Tour," traveling in the world’s highest performing tiny house on wheels, #TinyLab, coming to Raleigh in two days, Saturday, 12/10 but I wanted to make sure you had the below details directly. This link will take you directly to the registration and week long details. http://bit.ly/PIP_Raleigh

“Advanced Tools and Techniques in Home Performance for Home Performance Professionals at AIA NC 14 E. Peace St., is Monday, 12/12 from 9am-1pm, $99 includes 2 BPI CEUs and refreshments. Flyer Attached

Here’s a testimonial from a trainee who frankly didn’t want to come, but was very glad to have made the effort.  http://www.princetonair.com/blog/if-proof-possible-so-everything-else

We have a few spots left, so please take the time to register and join us on Monday. 

We look forward to meeting you.

~Corbett

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Corbett Lunsford

cell 773.398.5288

co-founder, Proof Is Possible Tour

producer, Home Diagnosis TV

Check out the #TINYLAB in the HUFF POST!- http://bit.ly/TINYLAB_HuffPost

ProofIsPossibleTour-TrainingDayFlyer-Raleigh.pdf

At 3:57pm on January 25, 2011, Carol A. Markell said…

Hi Karen and welcome.

There should be away for you to post job opening here. I'll ask Diane, our administrator.

 

Carol

At 12:32pm on January 25, 2011, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Karen,

Welcome to Home Energy Pros! Feel free to join the conversation in the Forum and Groups. And share your energy efficiency photos, videos andupcoming events. If you're blogging about home performance, this is the place for you!

Don't forget to upload your profile photo. And add your location on our Member Map!


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Diane, HEP Moderator

 
 
 

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