Southeast Missouri State University

Southeast Missouri State and Verdatek Solutions invite you to come, network, and learn about the basics of energy efficient “green” building, and how current code development makes it critical to the performance of buildings and your business.  Matt Belcher, CGP will provide real world applied training of the variables associated with high performance building design, construction and development.

Attendees at each of the three sessions will learn to:

  • Implement green construction techniques
  • Identify and select green materials
  • Explain the benefits of green housing to your customers
  • Market your environmentally sound practices
Green Building and Energy Efficiency Brochure

Industrial Energy Efficiency Workshop

Date

June 28-29, 2010

Location

Room PB201, Otto & Della Seabaugh
Polytechnic Building,
IET Dept., School of Polytechnic Studies
One University Plaza, MS 6825
Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701

For more information on the Industrial Energy Efficiency Workshop and to register, please visit: www.semo.edu/iet/iee.htm

Training Workshop Information

Date

November 5th, 2010

Location

Ameren Main Offices
1901 Chouteau Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63103

Instructor

Matt Belcher, CGP, is a nationally recognized, award winning homebuilder/developer, author and an in-demand speaker/trainer for associations wishing to establish green building programs. He has been actively involved in the St. Louis area construction industry for three decades, including six years as a top building code official. Belcher Homes specializes in building Sustainable “green” homes, light commercial construction and low-impact development.

Mr. Belcher serves on the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB) Board of Directors and NAHB’s Green Building and Energy sub-committees and NAHB’s Building Codes and Standards sub-committee. He serves on the Board of Directors of The Green Building Initiative. Mr. Belcher was the 2007 president of the Home Builders Association of St. Louis and Eastern Missouri. He chaired both the 2006 NAHB National Green Building Conference in Albuquerque, N.M. and the 2007 Conference held in St. Louis. Mr. Belcher was recently invited to testify before the U.S. House Energy and Air Quality Subcommittee on Climate Benefits of Improved Building Energy Efficiency.

Topics

  • Development of Green Standards
  • Building Performance
  • Green Building Training
  • Moisture Management
  • HVAC System Performance
  • Windows/Doors
  • Heating/Cooling
  • Electrical
  • Life-Cycle Analysis Tools
  • Green Remodel/Rehab
  • Deconstruction
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