Certified Sustainable Building Advisor (SBA) Program

HeatSpring recently signed an agreement to deliver the Certified Sustainable Building (cSBA) Program. A Certified Sustainable Building Advisor is a leader in the green building field who has met very high standards for green building knowledge. The designation is earned through professional training and practical experience culminating with passing a national final exam. There are three critical aspects to the SBA Program: the curriculum learned, the connections made, and the certification earned.

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Certified Sustainable Building Advisor (CSBA)

A Certified Sustainable Building Advisor is a leader in the green building field who has met very high standards for green building knowledge. The designation is earned through professional training and practical experience culminating with passing a nati

Free Lecture: Integrative Design Process

An integrative process consistently produces cost-effective solutions, higher performance, healthier living systems, elegant design, reduced time to market, and is a heck of a lot more fun and less frustrating.

Free Lecture: High Performance Building Assemblies

This lecture covers just how heat and moisture can move in building assemblies, how to manage both, and the tools that are available to evaluate or predict hygrothermal performance of building assemblies.

Free Lecture: Low Carbon Building: Getting to Real Zero

What good is a “Net-Zero” building if just the act of making it dumps a huge load of CO2 into the air? The urgency of climate disruption demands that we reduce impacts now, not slowly over the next 50 years. Here we will look beyond reducing operating ene

Free Lecture: Electrical Loads in High Performance Buildings

This presentation covers the subject of plug load energy-efficiency – the choices occupants make with regard to lighting, appliances, and consumer electronics in the home. You will glean priceless information about how to save hundreds of dollars.

Free Lecture: Life-Centered Design

There’s more to ecological building than doing less harm. You’ll learn the ten things we human organisms crave from our surroundings so that you can create built environments that bring us back into harmony with the rest of nature.