BT109 Comfort & Indoor Air Quality
21st Century Building Expo & Conference

BT109 Comfort & Indoor Air Quality

November 14, 2024  |  8:00AM - 12:00PM

Room: Coming Soon
Track: Building Technology
Session Code: BT109
Session Type: NCBI
CE Credit: 4

Students will gain awareness of the key building science principles and how they relate to and affect indoor air quality and comfort. Upon completion, students will be able to understand and troubleshoot common IAQ and comfort issues as they relate to basic building science. Designations: AB, AA, AR, ARS


Josh Collins

Prime Energy Group

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An experienced retrofit professional, Josh applies his knowledge of building science and high performance to his courses. His classes cover topics such as sealed attics and crawlspaces, resource efficiency and indoor air quality.

Prior to joining Prime Energy Group in 2010 Josh cut his teeth in a few local firms, specializing in retrofits, crawl space remediation, and rain water solutions. He holds a BS in Botany from North Carolina State University and worked for years through that department for the USDA in Air Quality Control for plants. His science background comes into play when applying a Building Science approach to residential and commercial construction.

While at Prime Energy Group Josh has added to his credentials with a BPI Certification for Building Analyst Professional, an Envelope Professional Certification, and he is a certified HERS Rater through RESNET.