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Portland ShiftBuilding Symposium: Fresh Air, Hot Water

July 25, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 5:30 pm


With the right mechanical systems, buildings can reach high-performance goals for health, comfort and energy efficient living. If you are in the business, student, or professional wanting to achieve these goals in the future, join us for this month’s NW EcoBuilding Guild ShiftBuilding Symposium: Fresh Air, Hot Water – High-Performance Mechanical Symposium at the University of Oregon, School of Architecture, Portland on July 25th 2019, from 12 PM to 5:30 PM.

The Northwest EcoBuilding Guild Symposium Series are FREE to all Students, Sponsors, and Guests of Sponsors.

AIA/ASHRAE Accredited Presentations By:

  • Dan Wildenhaus | BetterBuiltNW | Building Science Manager
  • Mitch Dec | Former Principal at Glumac | Building Energy Consultant

Program Format:

To begin and end the training, recognized experts deliver 1-hour AIA / ASHRAE accredited continuing education presentations as bookends for concurrent track presentations by our presenting sponsors. Networking breaks and refreshments encourage networking and provide structured display and trade show opportunities. Designers, engineers, installers and other industry professionals use this time to exchange new ideas and ask specific questions about products or services provided by our sponsors. Educational presenters are made possible by our Education Sponsor, who provides and/or recommends the speaker(s).

Our Sponsors:

The ShiftBuilding symposium series brings industry innovators together for technical education and networking to find new opportunity and talent. ShiftBuilding is a quarterly technical training series in Seattle, Portland and now Bellingham, hosted by the NW EcoBuilding Guild and Passive House Northwest.


July 25, 2019
12:00 pm - 5:30 pm
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University of Oregon, Portland
70 Northwest Couch Street
Portland, OR 97209 United States
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