Press Release Summary:
Scheduled for April 2-4, 2012, BEST3 Conference: High Performance Buildings will cover building systems that deliver high energy efficiency, good indoor climate, and long-term performance. Presentations by building envelope experts will offer latest research and practice on net-zero buildings, commissioning, foam insulations, and quality management as well as vacuum insulated panels, whole systems design, interior/exterior insulation applications, methodologies, and models/modeling.
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BEST3 Conference Update; Early Registration Ends Jan. 31
Register Now to Save up to 35%
Check out the newly added session, updated program and hotel information
BEST3 Conference: "High Performance Buildings -
Combining Field Experience with Innovation"
April 2 - 4, 2012 - Atlanta, Georgia
Time is running out to take advantage of the early bird rates for the National Institute of Building Sciences/Building Enclosure Council-Atlanta's "Building Enclosure Science & Technology" (BEST3) Conference, to be held at the Westin Peachtree Plaza in Atlanta, Georgia, April 2-4, 2012. Registering now online could save you up to 35% over the cost of on-site registration.
For three days, BEST3 Conference presenters will delve into building systems that deliver high energy efficiency, good indoor climate and long-term performance. Presentations by building envelope experts will offer the latest research and practice on net-zero buildings, commissioning, foam insulations, quality management, vacuum insulated panels, whole systems design, interior and exterior insulation applications, methodologies, models and modeling.
Visit the conference website to check out the updated program for the sessions that BEST suit your learning needs and interests. Take note of the new addition to the program on Wednesday afternoon: Conference Track Chairs David Yarbrough and Mark Bomberg have assembled a "grand finale" international panel discussion on "Future Trends of Energy Efficiency in Building Enclosures: What Can Be Done, What Should Be Done, Are the National Programs Doing It?" Join the debate with experts David E. Claridge, John Straube, Jan Kosny and Mariusz Paszkowski.
Join us for dinner:
On Tuesday night, April 3, take a break from all this intensive learning and enjoy a special meal with your colleagues. When you register, sign up for the optional dinner and join BEC-Atlanta for an evening of award-winning architecture and food at the High Museum of Art, which will feature a tour of the award-winning, iconic museum by Richard Meier as well as a lecture by renowned building scientist, R. Christopher Mathis, president of Mathis Consulting Company (MC2). Note: This option is not included with the conference registration.
The BEST place to sleep in and still make the early sessions:
Westin Peachtree Plaza, the official conference site, designed by John Portman and located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, is now taking hotel room reservations for BEST3 participants. Call 1-800-937-8461 and mention BEST3 to get the BEST rate. The cutoff for special room rates is March 10.
Register now for the BEST rate:
The early bird rate extension ends: January 31.
There are a few sponsor and exhibitor spaces left, but they are going fast! Don't miss this opportunity. Download the Sponsor Brochure for rates and details.
See y'all there!