North Carolina Building
Annual Meeting & Conference 2014
November 4 - 7, 2014
Lastest News (10/21/14):
Lots of exciting updates to share! Check the Registration and Agenda pages for more info!
VandeMusser Design, PLLC will be hosting a welcome party at their home office on Monday night!
NC Sustainable Energy Association added as a conference sponsor! Thank you!
Friday morning's Day of Service includes projects on west Asheville's new greenway trail system with Asheville Green Works!
Brewery Tours, Mountain Biking and Motorcycle Tours all scheduled for Thursday morning and afternoon!
Camping is available on Thursday night for anyone interested!
Site tour of Deltec Home's pre-fab modular home manufacturing plant scheduled for Thursday morning!
Dow Building Solutions, Bonded Builders Warranty Group, AFC First and Dr. Energy Saver have been added as sponsors of the conference! Learn more about their products and services by clicking on the Sponsors link to the right! 10/9/14
"HVAC System Design Process Boot Camp" added to Tuesday pre-conference boot camp lineup! Click on the Register Now link to the right for more information! 10/8/14
Dr. Allison Bailes of Energy Vanguard, our industry's most well-known blogger and expert building scientist, will be the keynote speaker at our inaugural annual meeting! Learn five simple steps to improve buildings and your business! -- 9/28/14
The North Carolina Building Performance Association (NCBPA) invites you to attend our inaugural Annual Meeting and Conference November 4 – 7 in Asheville, NC. The 4-day event provides opportunities for our state’s building performance industry and allies to participate in educational workshops, networking and social events, fun competitions, engaging meetings and our organization’s first ever Annual Meeting & Awards Ceremony. These events and others will take place in and around Asheville over four days, allowing participants to attend the events that interest them without having to commit to multiple events or large registration fees.
The conference includes a full day of pre-conference workshops and boot camps led by industry leaders in marketing, building science education and more. Registration is open to all North Carolina building performance professionals and industry allies with discounted pricing available for member companies. Join your industry peers and allies at this engaging conference bringing our state’s building performance industry together for a week full of fun and engaging events!
Why You Should Attend:
Whether you and your company choose to attend one day of events or the full four days, there are many reasons to attend this year’s conference, including:
Network with clients, partners, key decision-makers and stakeholders from across the state and country.
Learn from leading business and technical trainers interested in helping your business succeed.
Participate in discussions on what market barriers, technology challenges and policy issues need to be addressed to strengthen our industry.
Celebrate our industry and your participation by attending an Awards Dinner for our industry.
Promote your company, its products and services, and your support for our industry to others.
Step away from the field for a few days to enjoy Asheville and our state’s fun and friendly building performance community. Attend brewery tours, bicycle trips, camping trips and more!
Demonstrate your interest, capabilities and support for key initiatives our industry is taking on.
Reward employees by registering them for fun and rewarding events like the Building Performance Olympics.
Who Should Attend and On What Days:
Tuesday's workshops are intended for individuals seeking certifications and CEU opportunities. There is a Welcome Reception & Networking Event this evening to kick off the conference. Drinks and hors d'oeuvres are included in the ticket price. Outdoors activities and camping are also available this evening.
Wednesday’s conference sessions and workshops are open to all building performance professionals and last all day. The Inaugural Annual Meeting & Awards Dinner will be held this evening and requires separate registration. Dinner and drinks are included in the ticket price.
Thursday’s conference sessions and workshops are open to all building performance professionals and will last half the day. NCBPA Committee Meetings will take place during lunch (included) for those that are interested in participating. Social activities including brewery and bicycle tours will take place throughout the day. Outdoors activities and camping are available this evening.
Friday is NCBPA’s first annual “Day of Service” and is open to companies and individuals interested in participating in building performance related service activities in the local community. There is no cost to participate.
Please contact Ryan Miller
at 919-841-6207 or Ryan@BuildingNC.org.
Conference Schedule at a Glance: