Building Science for Carpenters: Peers, Beers, and Networking
Builders "411" - The Fundamentals of Building Science
Understanding basic building physics is critical to building homes that work. This class focuses on understanding how heat, air and moisture movement in buildings impact building performance and product selection. Presenter uses real world practical examples to illustrate how the laws of nature interact with building components. This course is designed to give builders the knowledge to sort out fact from fiction among the myriad of manufacturer claims.
Steve Easley, Principal, Steve Easley & Associates, is an internationally recognized construction consultant specializing in solving building science related problems and educating building industry professionals and their trade partners. His work focuses on increasing quality of construction, sustainability, performance, and reducing costly mistakes that lead to construction defects and call backs.
Steve’s mission is helping industry professionals build & remodel structures that are durable, energy efficient, healthy and comfortable to live and work in. He has more than 30 years of industry experience, performing thousands of jobsite quality surveys and presenting building science seminars around the world with an annual audience of 8-10,000 industry professionals.
Building Science for Carpenters is an ongoing series co-sponsored by the Studio for High-Performance Design & Construction (StudioHPDC), the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston (BRAGB), and Passive House Massachusetts (PHMA).
171R Adams Street
Newton MA 02459
4:00 to 7:00 pm
BYOB. Pizza provided compliments of Parksite!
Please register here.