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Excuse Me. Your Building Is Leaking.
Healthy, efficient buildings shouldn't leak. Leaky buildings are unfortunately a staple of our industry norm. As you know, making change in the construction industry is like turning a super tanker. It doesn’t happen quickly, but super tankers do turn. They use a trim tab to enable the large rudder to turn the shift. What is needed now is a fresh take on the societal forces resisting change in construction practices and energy code. We need a trim tab to start the process of countering these stuck forces. Enter Duane Jonlin, one of the conference Keynotes a man with technical depth, a creative mind, and a sense of humor. What he has accomplished through unconventional tactics in Seattle and Washington State is nothing short of astounding. The underlying strategy he used is one we can all use in our roles in life where we encounter stickiness and dogma from those who argue for the status quo. Listen with an open mind and enjoy this episode of The Building Science Podcast.
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Throughout the history of high performance building, the national conversation has lacked a deep discussion of air tightness in both commercial and residential spaces. The time has come to change the conversation. The Humid Climate Conference is partnering up with two committees from the AIA Austin and our old pals at Passive House Austin to bring you a rarified selection of industry experts to jumpstart a new conversation. It’s time for building science to evolve and specifically address human comfort and carbon emissions. Take advantage of this opportunity to engage prospective customers in a critical and well-focused conversation. Become a sponsor of this unique event and help lead the industry toward a more sensible and sustainable built environment.