Building Performance Journal replied to Jim Gunshinan's discussion Returning to Church
"Thanks Diane, I'll pass this on to our committee."
Wednesday
Building Performance Journal replied to Jim Gunshinan's discussion Returning to Church
"Yes, you can say there is too much missing information. I'll dig for some details.
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Wednesday
Building Performance Journal posted a blog post
Have you returned to working in the field?As the info (constantly) evolves, Santa Fe Community College’s EnergySmart Academy presents a four-hour online course that has spread nationwide as—dare we say—the course to take to prepare home performance…
May 22
Building Performance Journal posted a blog post
In an earlier post, “Notes from the Field During a Pandemic”, we heard from an HVAC company and its response to the COVID-19 pandemic. With stay-at-home orders in effect all across the country, it is both a challenge and an opportunity to create new…
May 22
Building Performance Journal posted a blog post
During the worldwide pandemic that is challenging families, governments, and businesses of every kind, we are learning new and surprising ways to cope, and even thrive.
The home performance industry, along with restaurants, and others are particular…
May 21
Building Performance Journal posted a blog post
This is the end of Day 10 and the final recap of the National Home Performance Virtual Conference. But you are not alone! The Building Performance Association will continue to connect with you and support you through the recorded live sessions avail…
May 8
Building Performance Journal posted a blog post
You could say that this morning’s discussion with Joe Medosch of Hayward Score in Hayward, California and Kevin Kennedy of Children’s Mercy Kansas City (Missouri), was about “If you have the right tools you can do anything.” Only, you would need to…
May 7
Building Performance Journal posted blog posts
May 6
Building Performance Journal posted blog posts
May 5
Building Performance Journal posted a blog post
Another day of great content and connection. Good thing the weekend is coming up, so we can begin digesting all the great information and insights and making it our own.(Note: All the on-demand events will be available to view after May 18. All the…
May 1
Building Performance Journal posted blog posts
Apr 30
Building Performance Journal replied to Nate Natale's discussion Conferencing in Place- Scenes from Quarantine
"Jim Gunshinan, BPJ senior editor, with his faithful writing companion, who is thinking, "Where is my t-shirt?""
Apr 30
Building Performance Journal posted a blog post
Another day of great information sharing and connection. Here are some highlights from the live sessions. Remember that there are recordings of these live sessions available on the conference web site, and dozens of “on demand” presentations on ever…
Apr 28
Building Performance Journal posted a blog post
We’re off to a great start.In the opening session, after BPA’s Nate Natale and Sydney Roberts gave a warm welcome and provided some of the important details that attendees need to know, John Tooley, as we’ve come to expect from this wise man, provid…
Apr 27
Building Performance Journal replied to Ryan Moore's discussion Are you doing remote audits?
Apr 22
Building Performance Journal posted a blog post
Background on COVID 19 ResponseThe economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have caused widespread disruptions in the energy efficiency industry. As state governments, utilities and program administrators across the country have limited all contact…
Apr 22
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