Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Building Homes that Last - A Building Knowledge Presentation


Mark LaLiberte of Building Knowledge
Mark LaLiberte of Building Knowledge

Pohlig presents an Interactive Conference to be led by Mark LaLiberte on Tuesday, July 17, 8 am – 2 pm at the Athertyn Clubhouse in Haverford, PA.

Mark will take us through a whole-house, regional approach to building homes that last.  Training will cover specific solutions and construction details using the most current building science concepts, technologies and materials. Attendance is free, and you’ll walk away with knowledge that can be put to work on your very next project.

Includes Continental Breakfast & Boxed Lunch

Mark LaLiberte is a distinguished trainer, author and consultant, devoting over two decades to educating the homebuilding industry about the benefits of constructing durable, energy efficient, healthier, more sustainable homes. Mark travels nationwide, reaching more than 6,000 builders, architects and manufacturers annually. His presentations are a high-energy blend of technical expertise and hands-on practicality.

Mark has been featured at leading industry events such as the NAHB International Builders Show, PCBC, West Coast Green, AIA National Conferences, GreenBuild and JLCLive Conferences. He has a long history of consulting with major manufacturers for product innovation, market intelligence, and corporate training. Mark is the recipient of the EEBA Lifetime Achievement Award for his long-standing commitment to helping the home construction industry embrace building science.

                                Platinum Sponsors

Dupont Tyvek sponsor of Building Homes that Last at Athertyn

Tague Lumber sponsor of Building Homes that Last at Athertyn
Jeld - Wen Windows and Doors sponsor of Building Homes that Last at Athertyn

                                    Silver Sponsors

Thoro System Waterproofing, Inc. sponsor of Building Homes that Last at Athertyn

Visit for driving directions to the Athertyn Clubhouse.

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