February 16 – April 6, 2017 | 4:30 – 7:30 p.m. Thursdays at the Phinney Center (6532 Phinney Ave N. Seattle WA 98103)
More and more homeowners are going green every day.
Shouldn’t you be accommodating them?
This eight-week course brought to you by the MBA and NW EcoBuilding Guild is built for construction, design, and housing professionals to incorporate sustainable, healthy, and energy-efficient techniques into residential construction. Take extensive, in-depth information and resources and apply them to daily practices! Classes are taught by national and regional field experts. Learn healthy construction techniques, visit a model healthy home, and gain a greater understanding of building science and indoor air quality benefits to best meet customers’ needs.
February 16: Health Impacts; Design Considerations
February 23: Building Science and Energy Efficiency
March 2: Indoor Air Quality; Health & Light; Health & Noise
March 9: Moisture and Mold Implications; Ventilation
March 16: Materials and Toxicity; Materials Selection
March 23: Dust; Filtration; Writing Healthy Home Specification
Special Site Visit March 25
March 30: Quality Assurance; Overview of Healthy Home and Building Rating Systems
April 6: Owner Maintenance; Integrated Pest Management
Early Bird registration will be $550 through January 15th for MBA and NWEBG members, and $650 after January 15th.
Past participants may use the discount code "2017HHT" for 20% off. Past participation will be verified.
Contact Skylar O'Harrow at SOHarrow@MBAKS.com or 425-460-8231 with any questions. A discount will be available for companies with multiple participants, call Skylar for details.