Tuesday, February 3, 2015

ATTN: Modular Factory Engineers, Sales Reps, Management and Modular Home Builders!!!

Limited Seating Available, Act Now

If you want to hear from two of the leading experts when it comes to the 2009, 2012 and the new 2015 IECC codes, then you MUST attend the February 18th Builder Breakfast in FrederickMD. If you think you can continue to just “Wing It” when it comes to these codes, I feel sorry for you.

February’s Guest Speakers are Joe Nebbia and David St Jean:

Joe Nebbia has over 12 years of experience in policy and regulatory research and consulting and program management with a specific focus on building and energy codes. Mr. Nebbia is involved in the code development process, analyzing current code language, developing code proposals, and advocating for clients at code development hearings.  Mr. Nebbia has conducted energy code compliance assessments, developed code compliance roadmaps, and performed code trainings and outreach in multiple states.  

In addition to his code work, Mr. Nebbia currently provides technical consulting and program management support to the DOE Zero Energy Ready Home program.  He helped design the program, manages day-to-day operations, and acts as a main point of contact for program partners.  His other work includes conducting market research for manufacturing clients, and economic analysis on housing and building issues.  Mr. Nebbia has a BA in Public Policy from Hamilton College in ClintonNY.

David St. Jean is the LEED AP, BPI Building Analyst, Energy Efficiency Program Manager, Maryland Energy Administration (MEA)

Mr. St. Jean had a 20 year career as a residential building contractor before joining MEA in 2011. Since joining MEA he has been working in residential and commercial energy efficiency program management. His portfolio of projects has included managing the closeout of over $6 million of ARRA funded programs, current management of the revolving $1.5 million State Agency Loan Program for energy efficient retrofits of State buildings, management of a $720,000 DOE grant for Leading by Example in State facilities, a $760,000 DOE grant testing the effectiveness of training on code compliance, and management of several grantees of an MEA low to moderate income energy efficiency program. He is a member of the Maryland Green Building Council, the Public Service Commission Smart Grid Working Group and a past member of the Governor’s Grid Resiliency Task Force. His work with energy codes has included managing over $1million in projects devoted to training and other compliance related activities in the State since 2012. Mr. St. Jean is a graduate of Virginia Tech with a B.S. summa cum laude in environmental policy and planning and a Master’s degree in urban and regional planning.  

Wednesday, February 18th at 8:00 AM
Holiday Inn Conference Center
5400 Holiday Drive
Frederick, MD, 21703

Sitting is limited and the cost is $25 per person and includes a Full Buffet.

Use the "BUY NOW"  Builder Breakfast button on the right hand column

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