Applicants should their applications electronically by February 1st, 2019.
Fri Jan 18, 2019BPI Accepting Applications for Subject Matter Experts to Assist in Updating BPI’s Building Analyst and Envelope Professional Certifications
Mon Jan 7, 2019
Applicants should their applications electronically by February 11th, 2019.
Wed Dec 19, 2018
A tribute to the late Mike Rogers.
BPI's March 2019 edition of its newsletter includes: A Spero update; information on receiving a free subscription to Healthy Indoors Magazine; a link to an article on a pilot program that improves the quality of life for asthma and COPD patients; the Blue Collar to Green Collar Jobs Act; links to national energy efficiency jobs; the resolution to the last Stump the Chump; and more.
BPI's Fall edition of its newsletter includes how internet searching works; information on the Jon Siemen scholarship and on the BPI Perks program; links to the E4 webinar on national energy efficiency jobs; a product spotlight on the Retrotec DM32 WiFi Digital Pressure Gauge; a new Stump the Chump; and more.
BPI's September edition of its newsletter includes tips and information on why using video marketing can help you sell more jobs; a reminder to schedule your QCI and EA pilot exams prior to September 30, 2018 to participate; a report on the 2.25 million energy efficiency jobs in America; and more.
Tuesday, June 4, 20193PM EDT/12PM PDTThe Importance of First Touch: Getting Your Team Ready for a New World Order of Homeowner Communication
It is becoming more and more inevitable that when a consumer arrives on a Contractors’ website, they’re looking for an immediate answer. Data from hundreds of contractors across the country point to this megatrend.
Tuesday, July 9, 20193PM EDT/12PM PDT
Improper labor pricing is the #1 killer of small businesses today! This session will cover all the basics of profitable labor pricing using a sample company and ten (10) filled-in worksheets.
Tuesday, July 23, 20193PM EDT/12PM PDT
Getting down to the nuts and bolts of getting work done right requires good leadership, management, training and superior execution. However, superior tools are also needed to ensure we get our work done right. A good tool makes all the difference.