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The Intersection of Building Science and Building Materials
At the intersection of building science and building materials, Home Building Crossroads provides residential home construction professionals a chance to discuss challenges and hear solutions from today’s leading experts, as well as network with other professionals from their region.

The education event series, led by key industry thought leaders such as Peter Yost and Steve Baczek, travels to cities across the country providing single-family residential building knowledge. Each event will have an educational track focused on elevating building practices, from understanding building standards and integrating performance components to providing a durable, energy-efficient building enclosure.

Designed for builders, contractors, code officials, HERS raters, architects, and channel partners, this event will offer four (4) health, safety, and wellness (HSW) CE learning units. If you are looking for AIA/CEU credits please be sure to include your AIA# on the registration page.

This series will span over two days on Wednesday, August 12th, & Thursday, August 13th, 2020.

The presentations will last 2 hours from 9 AM - 11 AM EST.
Aug 13, 2020 09:00 AM
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Speakers

Peter Yost
President @Building-Wright
A true building science expert and enthusiast, Peter has more than 30 years of experience in building, researching, writing, and consulting on high-performance structures. Peter offers expertise on everything from energy efficiency to moisture management and durability.
Steve Baczek
President @Steven Baczek Architecture
An architect for more than 20 years, Steve has designed or participated in over 600 projects, including many LEED-certified homes and Passive and Net-Zero homes for which he is nationally recognized. Steve continuously evaluates scientific, green building methods for energy performance, comfort, and durability, factoring these into the overall building assembly.