The National Energy Code for Buildings 2017 (NECB 2017) has gone live in Saskatchewan, affecting almost all buildings built in Saskatchewan; however, this does not mean that every project can and should have an energy consultant. Small additions, renovations and “simple” buildings can go Prescriptive or Trade-off Path with no involvement of an energy consultant. But how?
If your business is designing or constructing small commercial projects, maybe all you need is a couple hours with an energy code expert to present the code, to run over the sections especially relevant to your design expertise, to answer your specific questions, and to be your “ace in the hole” for any future consultation. Thurston Engineering Services can do this for you via an online presentation, right at your computer.
Even if you are not designing, but you are a developer or contractor that wants to have better understanding when energy code comes up, this training will vastly improve your knowledge and confidence in these conversations. If this sounds good to you, call us.
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