Built Green Technical Workshop with Verity Construction | November 21
How Built Green aligns with, supports, and extends beyond the BC Energy Step Code
You’re invited to a technical workshop, as some industry readies itself for the next step of BC Energy Step Code, while others prepare for the introduction of Step Code in their area.
The workshop will take place at a Verity Construction build-in-progress slated for BUILT GREEN® certification and will include:
- A case study informed by local specifications, courtesy of 3rd Generation Homes’ BUILT GREEN® Gold certified project, and will consider the building techniques in the area, and alternatives as step code requirements increase.
- Practical suggestions will be discussed that reflect on economies of scale.
- Built Green will share updates that provide alternate compliance pathways for an even greater alignment with the BC Energy Step Code in our 2020 checklists.
When: Thursday, November 21, 8:30 – 10:30 a.m.
Where: 3588 Honeycrisp Avenue (McCormick Meadows), Langford
RSVP: email@example.com — we encourage you to bring others interested in attending, though please do RSVP with numbers.
Education credits: pending eligibility for 2 CPD points with BC Housing and CPL units with the Planning Institute of British Columbia.
- Please wear your hard hat and steel-toed boots.
- Parking is available on the street.
We realize distance may prevent some of you from attending, but we hope to see you. If this doesn’t work with your schedule, please let VICA or Built Green know as they will be hosting other workshops across the province.
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