Healthy Homes, Healthy Communities
Presented by Frontier School Division, University College of the North and Sustainable Building Manitoba
We are pleased to welcome two industry leaders as they explore the world’s most advanced and energyefficient construction standard
JUNE 10TH, 2019 - WINNIPEG9:00 - 3:30 (Registration 8:30-9:00)Canad Inns Destination Centre Club Regent (1415 Regent Ave, Winnipeg, MB)50.00 Registration Fee
JUNE 11th, 2019 - THE PAS9:00 - 3:30 (Registration 8:30-9:00)UCN, The Pas Campus ( 436-7th Street East, The Pas, MB )No Cost
Lunch, Snacks and Coffee included.First Nation Partners of Frontier School Division, please call to inquire about a special rate.
Educatiors, Building Industry Professionals, City Planners, Policy Makers, Building Officials, Manufacturers, Engineers, Architects, Designers and Contractors
As CEO of Passive House Canada Rob works to advance building energy efficiency. A certified Passive House consultant and the developer of several certified Passive House projects, Rob is familiar with the economic and social advantages of high performance buildings. As a participant in numerous policy development initiatives he is familiar with the challenges facing regulators as they seek to meet climate change objectives. Rob works with Passive House Canada’s members, governments and industry organizations to make high performance buildings the norm.
“There has to be a better way!”, Over the past 16 years, Eric has managed his company, Sundial Building Performance through the execution of a few thousand residential renovations and retrofits. Persistent comfort, durability, and sustainability concerns have driven Eric to pursue a better way of building. This effort has led to the launch of KITHOUSE - an innovative approach to sustainable house design and construction. Eric’s present focus is on refining the KITHOUSE design and
construction process and on scaling the business with the goal of eliminating the price premium for low energy, net zero, and zero carbon buildings.
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