May 15 SSHBA Meeting Offers Energy Code Expertise

May 08, 2013

Chicagoland new homes code meetingThe SouthWest Suburban Home Builders Association is hosting a general membership meeting to discuss the 2012 Illinois Energy Code on Wednesday, May 15 at the Crystal Grand Banquets facility in Lemont starting at 5:30 p.m. This presentation and discussion will include information about and how to get up to code with the newly-implemented requirements. Register today for this informative meeting, where Matthew Brown, an ICC-Certified Residential Energy Specialist, Certified HERS rater and certified green building professional will be on hand to explain how industry contractors can keep up with and stay ahead of the newest restrictions.

This program, which is $35 for SSHBA members and $45 for non-members, will include networking, dinner and the full program. Register by May 10 by calling 708-349-4242 or to to reserve your space.

Through positive leadership and education, the SSHBA offers some of the best opportunities to learn, network, gain recognition and work with others to influence the Chicagoland new homes building scene for the better. Membership is affordable, and offers a host of benefits, including opportunities to join specialty councils.

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