Please join the California Central Coast Chapter (C4) of the U.S. Green Building Council in Ventura on Monday, April 23rd, at 5:30 PM for an informative presentation about the Building Performance Institute (BPI) by local Green Building Contractor and BPI-certified Building Analyst Wayne Pendrey.
The Building Performance Institute (BPI) is a non-profit organization started by a small group of builders, architects, and material suppliers seeking to improve standards of quality and performance in the residential building industry. BPI utilizes test-in and test-out procedures to establish quantifiable numbers that measure a building’s energy efficiency, identifying through this process potential areas for improvement ranked in order of priority for likely energy savings. This presentation will cover how an individual can earn a professional credential become BPI certified, and how a company can become accredited.
Wayne Pendrey has over 35 years in the construction industry beginning in 1976 with the US NAVY Seabees. Wayne became a licensed contractor in 1993, and In 2000 began serving on the board of directors for the Ventura County Contractors Association where he founded the Green Building Committee. Wayne is also a founding member of the USGBC-C4 and serves on the board of directors. In 2011 Wayne became certified by the Building Performance Institute as a Building Analyst. Wayne teaches Cal Green building codes and Green building construction methods through the Center for Employment Training.
The presentation takes place at the Patagonia Firehouse Building, 280 W. Main Street in downtown Ventura on Monday, April 23rd 2012, from 5:30 – 7:30 pm. The monthly meetings are free and open to the public.
For more information, please call (805) 487-9821, or visit the C4 website at usgbcc4.org
Contact: Wayne Pendrey, Regional Chair
Phone: (805) 487-9821