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Mark LaLiberte Seminar

Internationally recognized trainer, author and consultant Mark LaLiberte will be at the Apple Tree Golf Resort in Yakima, Feb. 4 from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. to present a free seminar titled, “What Shade of Green Would You Like That In?”. In this seminar he will discuss green building principles, promoting the advantages of environmentally responsible homes, and builders can capitalize on the changing market now. The seminar is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about the potential of green building, and includes a job site visit after lunch. Seating is limited, so you must pre-register to attend by calling the CWHBA Office at (509) 454-4006.

Mark LaLiberte is recognized as one of today’s leading experts in building science. Using a “whole house systems approach” to home construction and maintenance, he has provided thousands of builders, architects, manufacturers and consumers with the tools they need to build healthier, more energy efficient, more durable and more affordable homes.

Mark was a spokesperson for the Ad Council’s Energy Hog Campaign, and has appeared as a guest expert on numerous radio and television programs, including TLC’s Home Pro and Home Savvy series and PBS Hometime. Mark has helped to create the

program curriculum for the Houses That WorkTM program, an educational series sponsored by the Energy & Environmental Building Association (EEBA). He has also served in an advisory capacity on the EPA’s ENERGY STAR® Program, the DOE Building America Program, and the Minnesota Energy Code Advancement Project. Mark also consults with major manufacturers, utilities and non-profit agencies throughout the country. At the 2002 EEBA Conference, he received a lifetime achievement award for his long-standing commitment to helping the home construction industry embrace building science.

This seminar is sponsored by OrePac Building Products, a distributer of DuPont Tyvek®. For more information about this course or to register, contact the CWHBA Office at (509) 454-4006.

Posted January 28, 2009


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