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EnergizeCT Passive House Initiative | Building Science Workshop 4: QA/QC Techniques for Ensuring Success
April 16 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Building on previous sessions, this module will focus on the quality control and quality assurance techniques for high-performance construction. The need for oversight on the construction of Passive House buildings is essential to meeting the project’s energy targets. This session will address a variety of topics related to energy efficiency including construction quality, documentation, implementation, and best practices from successful projects. This will be an interactive session, so come prepared to speak about challenges with quality control/assurance as it pertains to energy efficiency.
- Define construction quality
- Discuss best practices for ensuring project success
- Review quality documentation requirements & quality control and quality assurance mechanisms
- Identify quality issues, how to correct and document corrections
- Understand building envelope testing considerations
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