Atlanta Builder Learns A Better Way to Build
Once builders learn there's a way to build a better building, there's no turning back.
At the 2017 Energy & Environmental Building Alliance (EEBA) High Performance Home Summit in Atlanta, Pam Sessions, president of Hedgewood Homes, an award-winning Atlanta construction company, talked about the value of builders sharing information.
With the education like that found at the EEBA Summit, builders can be at the cutting edge of knowledge about what makes a better building for their customers, Sessions said. Builders must make the commitment to learn to succeed in the marketplace and be the source of knowledge that customers are seeking, she added.
Topics: Building Owners and Managers, ENERGY STAR, Healthy & Comfortable Buildings, Multifamily / Multiunit Residential, Office Buildings, Sustainable Trends and Statistics, Thermal Envelope - Building Envelope
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