The Atlanta Green Building Council of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association (GAHBA) is hosting an expert panel discussion on building science.
The discussion will consist of three sessions that include a talk about building enclosures, IEQ issues and best practices, and it will be led by three expert panelists:
- Gary Lewis, Atlanta Housing Authority
- John Kane, Southface
- Lance Beaton, Vis Viva Energy
Held on Thursday, Oct. 17, the event will be at Southface’s headquarters, located at 241 Pine St. in Atlanta. Registration and the continental breakfast begin at 9:30 a.m. and they are followed by the first and second sessions from 10 a.m. until 11:55 a.m. Lunch and the roundtable discussion on best practices will be from noon until 1 p.m.
The event is $25 for Green Building Council members, $35 for non-Green Building Council members and $15 for students. There is an additional $10 walk-in fee for those who do not preregister.
In addition to the knowledge that will be gained from attending this event, attendees will benefit from the event being approved for several hours of continuing education credits, including three hours of Georgia builder licensing credits, three hours for CPHB credits and one-and-a-half hours of BPI credits.
To register or find out more information about the event, visit AtlantaHomeBuilders.com or contact Janel Grant at 678-775-1446.
The Green Building Council brings together those in the housing industry who participate in the planning, building, remodeling, marketing and selling of high-performance green homes and related products and services. The council provides a forum for professionals in the industry to promote green home standards and best practices, to network with others in the industry and to take a proactive role as leaders in the green housing industry. For more information on becoming a member of the council, click here.