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USGBC NC Triad Branch: Future of Building Commissioning

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Starts On - February 18, 2016 - 5:30pm
Ends On - February 18, 2016 - 7:30pm
3915 Sedgebrook St.
High Point , NC 27265

LEED® has been a great catalyst for commissioning within the building industry and continues to push the "envelope" with setting the standard for commissioning for both new construction and existing buildings. While commissioning has been around for some time, the field of commissioning is still growing. This course discusses the commissioning process and presents the changes for commissioning within LEED® v4, including the requirements for building enclosure commissioning. The course will also discuss the future of commissioning with standards and building codes.

Price: $10.00 Students/EPros, $15.00 Members, $20 Non-Members

USGBC/GBCI Approved Course

Shane Nault

Presented by: Shane Nault

President / Principal Commissioning Provider

Building EnergetiCx, PLLC

Shane is responsible for establishing, directing, monitoring, and executing commissioning, energy consulting, and green building consulting services, including whole building commissioning, existing building commissioning, building energy simulations, energy assessments, facility assessments, LEED support services, and sustainable consulting services. Building EnergetiCx, is an independent commissioning firm dedicated to improving and ensuring the energy efficiency of buildings for a sustainable future. Our firm is passionate about supporting our clients with sustainable building solutions through the services we provide. We want to minimize the impact buildings and developments have on the environment, one building at a time. By making a difference in the way buildings operate, we ultimately make a positive impact on the environment and the people that live and work in buildings every day.