AIRTIGHT MULTI FAMILY RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS - SAN FRANCISCO & LOS ANGELES
Join us to meet your local passive house community, learn about recent exciting news and upcoming projects.
Airtightness is a major part of high efficiency buildings and one of the 5 principles for Passive House buildings. Get to know the essentials building and designing airtight multifamily residential buildings atthis upcoming seminar presented by Nicole Chatterton, a Building Science Consultant from RDH Building Science. Attendees will have the opportunity to better understand the basics of different air flow control strategies in building enclosure assemblies as well as the importance of airtightness and its effect on building durability and energy performance.
Note for attendees in Los Angeles: Nicole will be presenting at the PHCA meeting in San Francisco from Feldman Architecture's office at the same time; questions will be answered.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Nicole Chatterton, M.B.Sc., is a Building Science Consultant at RDH with a background in civil engineering. Her primary focus of work is on new construction projects. She has over nine years of experience working on major public infrastructure projects. Nicole’s research experience includes the analysis of residential basement insulation at structural footings for high efficiency and building code-compliant homes.
We'll start and end with drinks and snacks.
Free for PHCA members $15 donation for guests.
SAN FRANCISCO - sign-up here.
LOS ANGELES – sign-up here.
All buildings in California will need to deliver low carbon emissions design to meet our 100% renewable energy grid goals. The international Passive House standard is Already All-Renewable and is the leading international low energy standard with more than 80,000 buildings of all kinds around the world (new construction, retrofit, small, large, commercial, residential...). It is also provides a reliable, equitable & affordable path to meet other Net Zero Carbon and Net Zero Energy targets.