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Optimizing Heating and Ventilation systems

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Phinney Neighborhood Center Lower Building

6615 Dayton Avenue North

Seattle, WA 98103

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Have you ever considered the quality of indoor air as a selling point for a building project? Does comfort play an important role in your quality of life? Come to this session to find out how you can improve performance and comfort in your dwelling or a new project!

Learn from Cascade Comfort's Aaron Barnett, NK Architect's Brittney Porter and Balderston Associate's Tom Balderston how heating and ventilation science has changed to improve efficiency and indoor climate control.

Learn why high performance builders "seal it tight and ventilate right" on their best buildings July 25th at the Phinney Center's Lower Brick Building Basement auditorium.

6:30 pm - Gather for light refreshments and networking with our sponsors
7:00 pm - program begins

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Tom Balderston provides green building consuting with his company Balderston Associates. He has found problems and solutions to HVAC installations and will share his experiences from the field finding drafts, cobwebs, and smooth running HVAC systems. Learn why commissioning your HVAC system is a critical componenet for long-term performance and reliability.

Brittany Porter's work at NK focuses on high-performance urban infill design, including Pax Futura, Seattle’s first multifamily Passive House building. Brittany is a regular speaker on Passive House design, most recently sharing NK’s approach to PH mechanical design at Passive House Northwest’s regional conference in Olympia. Brittany helped spearhead PHnw's recent Seattle exhibit of the Ice Box Challenge, a public science experiment developed in Brussels, Belgium and Vancouver, BC to demonstrate the benefits of Passive House design and construction.

Aaron Barnett is a Quality Control and HVAC Project Manager for Cascade Built and has worked on many high performance projects. Aaron works with both HVAC installation and design to deliver innovative buildings. He recently partnered with Brittney Porter on Pax Futura where they utilized a unique heat pump system to satisfy the heating requirements of a large building.



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