Paul Huijing, P.E. is a residential general contractor from Wilbraham, MA. He has a wide range of experience in renovation, additions, and new home construction. Paul incorporates the latest building science concepts into his projects. He specializes in super-insulated homes with durable details and built a near-zero energy home for his family in 2010. He is also currently starting a reclaimed rigid insulation business REinsulation. Paul has written articles for the Journal of Light Construction, the Springfield Republican newspaper, and Living Spaces magazine. He has presented seminars on constructing super-insulated homes at the Journal of Light Construction conference in Providence RI and the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association Building Energy conference in Boston. For the past three years, he has been teaching continuing education credit classes to Massachusetts Construction Supervisor Licensees in the areas of: energy codes, high R-value wall assemblies, and air-tight construction, safety, durable flashing details to prevent moisture intrusion. Paul holds bachelor and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering from Cornell University. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Maryland. Paul holds Massachusetts Construction Supervisor and Massachusetts Home Improvement Contractor licenses. Paul also conducts property insurance claim forensic investigations and has worked as a mediator in property insurance disputes. Paul is active in the Home Builders and Remodelers Association of Western Massachusetts. He is on the Board of Directors and has served as the association Secretary. Paul also serves on the State Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Home Builders Association.