Welcome to the HPC NationalóLive from Chicago
For those of you here in Chicago for a Monday workshop, for those who will be registering today or tomorrow, and all of you members of the home performance community, welcome to a rich source of building science news and training—all provided by the experts—and a great chance to network.
The conference agenda was developed to meet the needs of our industry so that you can continue to develop and grow your skills and as a community we can create good jobs. Based on your feedback we’ve identified key topics for our workshops, tracks, and individual sessions of practical interest to you, including workforce development, policy, employing the behavioral sciences, healthy homes, smart homes, and multifamily.
Even if you aren’t planning to be in Chicago, you can still participate through the HPC social media platforms:
For conference attendees, there is an amazingly helpful app for your smartphone or tablet. Just the conference map feature is worth a look—yes, maps are still useful. Here is how to download the app:
Search and download the app for ‘eventScribe’ from the App-Store for iOS or Google Play for Android, then search ‘HPC 2019’.
The “Making Multifamily Work—the CEDA and Wentworth Gardens Tour” is on for today, with buses leaving the Sheraton at 1pm. It’s limited to 30 people, and you can sign up via the link on the HPC website: , or you can sign up directly through the registration link, Make note: You’ll have to pre-register, but you can do it today online. The cut off to register will be at noon.
If you are participating in person, or through the web, be enlightened and informed, connect with others in your field, and enjoy!
I’ll be blogging regularly with updates during the conference, so stay tuned for more!
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