We're kicking off our 2017 programs for building industry professionals with a special FREE SEMINAR that reveals future design and building techniques you should be using today. Reservation required.
Especially for Bay Area architects and builders. It's no secret that to satisfy today's home owners, architects, builders and contractors have to deliver superior high performance homes that are durable, efficient, beautiful and healthy. The do's and dont's can be elusive. That's why we have selected this "Best Building Practices" program to kick off our 2017 calendar.
PLEASE NOTE DATE & PLACE:
Thursday, January 26, 2017
Not at Dolan's ---- instead, this event will take place at
Pleasant Hill Community Center
Perera Pavilion, 320 Civic Drive
Pleasant Hill, 94523 (Parking Availablle)
- Identify common construction details that can lead to moisture problems
- Deal with air quality concerns
- What causes excessive energy consumption
- Learn techniques that will help design and build the best and avoid customer complaints
THE PROGRAM: BEST BUILDING PRACTICES FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE HOMES
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND
Building industry products and techniques are advancing at warp speed -- so fast it is hard to keep up with the changes. If you are an architect or builder, you must be able to provide the best in high performance homes. On January 26th you can learn about the most important Do's, Don'ts and Why's in a revealing two-hour program. Arrive an hour early for registration at 7:30 am and enjoy a hot breakfast.
You will appreciate presenter, Mark LaLiberte from Construction Instruction. Mark has dedicated more than 30 years to the building industry through lectures, site assistance, an acclaimed video series and his mobile app. He provides, architects, builders and manufacturers with an in-depth look at the current and future state of housing. His work has earned him a Lifetime Achievement Award from the EEBA where he developed the highly acclaimed "Houses That Work" series. He was the 2013 Building Science co-chair for the "Hanley Wood Vision 2020" project and provides technical assistance to the Cold Climate Housing Research Center in Fairbanks, Alaska.
Mark also helped develop the training curriculum for Habitat for Humanity that provides assistance to improve existing housing for our veterans. He works with various manufacturers to assist in developing products and services for the next phase of efficient homes. He is the co-creator and partner at Construction Instruction, Inc., that developed the number one mobile app in the construction industry. He is also a partner in Sizes Instruction, Inc. helping to introduce a simplified sizing approach to our industry.
He reaches more than 7000 industry professionals each year traveling over 150,000 miles throughout the United States and Canada. You will have an opportunity to benefit from his knowledge, enthusiasm and passion for improving housing when he travels to Pleasant Hill for this January 26th seminar.
Hosted by Dolan's. Sponsored by Dupont/Tyvek and Andersen Windows & Doors.
OR CALL Romina, 925-686-1734 Ext 110.