The Building Performance Institute (BPI) has appointed three new members to its Board of Directors.
Thu Aug 17, 2017
Tue Aug 1, 2017
The Building Performance Institute (BPI) has changed the name of one of its certifications. The former "Residential Building Envelope - Whole House Air Leakage Control Installer" (RBE-WHALCI) certification will now be known as the "Air Leakage Control Installer" (ALC).
Thu Jun 1, 2017
(Malta, NY) June 1, 2017 - The Building Performance Institute, Inc. (BPI) has launched its new website - bpi.org - for Industry Professionals.
BPI's August edition of its Performance Matters e-Newsletter is chocked full of industry and BPI-related news, tips on how to transition from a technician to management role, and a stubborn unsolved Stump the Chump.
BPI's July edition of its Performance Matters e-Newsletter includes: up-to-date industry news on topics ranging from the most efficient utilities in the nation to BPI staffing changes, updates on upcoming Home Performance Coalition regional conferences, and more!
Out with the old, in with the new! The May edition of BPI's Performance Matters e-Newsletter is a special edition focusing on BPI's new and improved industry professionals website, with information on how to navigate it to find the information you may need.
Monday, September 11, 2017@ 3PM EDT/12PM PDT
Besides having a blame free company, it is essential to create a culture that is grounded in prevention. We will discuss prevention from the point of inspection to process improvement and how to build prevention in rather than waiting for expensive remediation.
Wednesday, September 27, 2017@ 3PM EDT/12PM PDT
There are three systems that are part of the most important processes for creating and maintaining cash flow in businesses. These complex processes are so inter-dependent that if one fails the others falter.
Wednesday, October 18, 2017@ 3PM EDT/12PM PDT
Everyone creates and consumes value. We are constantly making decisions about whether something is worth our money, or trying to convince others to part with their money. That is the essence of pricing. Ninety-five percent of contractors fail within the first 5 years of business.