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NEBBinar: Building Enclosure Testing

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Code developers and jurisdictional authorities throughout the U.S. are increasingly requiring the design and use of properly tested air barriers. As a result, Building Enclosure Testing is quickly gaining recognition as an integral part of ensuring proper building performance.
 
As a leader in this emerging market, NEBB has worked closely the air barrier industry to develop a Building Enclosure Testing program. This program was launched in 2012, featuring a new Procedural Standard and a certification credential for industry professionals.
 
NEBB held a webcast on September 25, 2013 on Building Enclosure Testing. View the recording or download the presentation for an update on current Building Enclosure Testing standards and procedures. 
 

Meet the Presenters

Moderator: Jim Huberjim_huber
Vice President of NEBB and President of Complete Commissioning
 
Jim Huber is the President of Complete Commissioning. He has over 29 years of industry experience, is a Certified Energy Manager, and has extensive experience with BACNET, LON, MODBUS, and other building automation protocols and communication networks. He has programming, tuning, and testing experience with multiple systems and applications, as well as building systems commissioning, sound and vibration measurement, and testing and balancing.
 
Speaker: Phil EmoryPhil_Emory
NEBB's Building Enclosure Testing Committee
 
Phil is a graduate of Montana State University in Mechanical Engineering and is the Sr. Project Manager for Neudorfer Engineers. He has been involved in the Engineering and Construction industry since 1985. Phil’s experience includes Mechanical Design, Mechanical Construction, Test & Balance, Air Barrier Testing and is a ASTN Level II Thermographer. He is currently serving on the ABBA Whole Building Tightness Committee and is co-author of the NEBB’s BET Procedural Standard.
 
 
 

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