Priority Energy Announces a Special Event with Dr. Joseph Lstiburek; Known as "The Dean of North American Building Science” According to Wall Street Journal
Renowned "Dean of North American Building Science", Dr. Lstiburek, will give a live presentation on the energy efficiency benefits of SPFA at Priority Energy in May.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 20, 2015 -- Priority Energy is proud to announce Dr. Joseph Lstiburek’s upcoming presentation at their Park Ridge Training Center. A renowned pioneer of the energy efficient construction industry, Lstiburek has been described by the Wall Street Journal as "the dean of North American building science." Builders, architects and energy auditors will not want to miss “The (Building) Science and Benefits of Spray Foam Insulation” event in May.
Recognized for his extensive research on energy efficient construction, Lstiburek has identified essential components of effective air and moisture barriers. His findings have had a significant impact on today’s building codes and construction practices worldwide. He is the author of the best-selling series, the “Builder’s Guides” and his numerous articles have been published in national building trade magazines.
Robert Schildgen, president of Priority Energy, said, “Dr. Lstiburek’s presentation reinforces all the indoor air quality research we have recently done. We are excited to have him here and hope everyone takes the opportunity to learn from him.”
This event is recognized for continuing education credits by ALA, AIA, RESNET and BPI.
For more event information, go to www.priorityenergy.com.
About Priority Energy, LLC
Founded in 2009, Priority Energy is the leading energy efficiency resource for builders, architects, contractors, code officials and homeowners. They are committed to providing the most up-to-date energy efficiency and indoor air quality solutions available. Their services include IECC code testing, IAQ assessments, Aeroseal, and energy audits. Priority Energy is also the top-rated, Chicago-area RESNET and BPI training center.