Time: March 14, 2018 from 12pm to 1:15pm
Website or Map: https://greenhomeinstitute.or…
Event Type: webinar, ceus
Organized By: Brett Little
Latest Activity: Feb 26, 2018
Homeowners & tenants are increasingly asking for a healthy indoor environment on top of energy efficiency, low maintenance, and many other amenities. Indoor airPLUS professionals are poised to provide all these great benefits and offer their clients safer, healthier living spaces.
During this webinar, you’ll learn how the Indoor airPLUS (IAP) label enhances consumer confidence with healthier living conditions in their new homes. EPA will present the recent revisions to the Construction Specifications and the tools that help builders get off on the right foot with Indoor airPLUS.
Bonus – Learn how IAP fits in with LEED for Homes BD+C V4 & Midrise and achieving prereqs and credits. The latest version of IAP Rev4 will be mentioned too.
While not required, attendees should be familiar with the Energy Star for Homes program before watching this session. Watch a 1-hour CEU on-demand session here!
Continuing Education Units (CEUS) 1 hour in
GBCI LEED ACCREDITED PROFESSIONAL HOMES (APH)
Building Performance Institute (BPI) NonWholeHouse
American Institute of Architects – AIA (HSW)
Certified Green Professional (NARI & CGP)
Certified GreenHome Professional (CGHP)
State Architect / Builder License may be applicable
1. Articulate how IAP can be used on multiple residential projects types and achieve LEED BD+C V4 requirements such as EQ Pre Combustion Venting
2. Identify the benefits of distinguishing your project with EPA’s Indoor airPLUS label and how it ties into LEED BD+C V4 Homes/Midrise EQ Preq Air Filtering.
3. Review latest revisions to the Indoor airPLUS Construction Specifications and how it meets LEED BD+C V4 Homes/Midrise EQ Preq Ventilation.
4. Articulate approaches to improved quality management and communicating the value of the label to potential homebuyers and tenants.
Instructor: Nick Hurst
Nick Hurst is an Environmental Protection Specialist with the US EPA and the Program Manager of EPA’s Indoor airPLUS label for new homes. He has been involved in the construction industry for over 15 as a self-employed remodeling contractor, project manager, green building consultant, and trainer. Before coming to EPA, Nick was a Manager at ICF in the Federal Energy Efficiency portfolio, consulting on labeling programs such as ENERGY STAR, Indoor airPLUS, and WaterSense.