EEBA High Performance Home Summit 2019

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EEBA High Performance Home Summit 2019

Time: October 1, 2019 at 8am to October 3, 2019 at 12pm
Location: Embassy Suites Denver Downtown
Street: 1420 Stout Street
City/Town: Denver
Phone: 952-881-1098
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Jill Lindman
Latest Activity: Apr 4

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REACH FOR THE SUMMIT: A Future Where Every Home is High Performing, Healthy & Resilient
Join EEBA in the Mile-High City of Denver, October 1 - 3, 2019 for a High Performance Home Summit focused on providing the tools and networking that builders, raters, analysts, and architects need to take high performance, healthy, resilient homes to new heights.
EEBA's 37th Annual Summit offers guidance, support and teamwork to those approaching this challenging ascent:
The Trek In - A commitment to defining and building high performance homes
Base Camp - Knowing where you are and identifying your goals
Acclimatization - Understanding the methodologies, materials and strategies to achieve success
The Summit - Verifiable performance and measured success
Sessions will present the latest in building science, combined with real-world application and problem-solving. Presentations will cover topics of special interest including solutions for healthy, resilient and affordable high performance and Zero-Energy Homes:
Healthy homes
How to build high performance and zero energy homes
How to succeed in the high-performance home building business
Designing high performance homes and neighborhoods
Building science research and Innovation
Water efficiency and sustainability
Building codes, programs and policies
Disaster resistance, resilience, and restoration
Multifamily

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