Canada's Foremost Event For Net Zero Homes

CHBA has taken a leadership role in helping early adopters of Net Zero Energy Homes overcome barriers and voluntarily build to higher levels of energy performance. With the end of COVID still unclear, rather than wait until we can see each other again in person, we’ve decided to host a virtual Net Zero Leadership Summit this year. (And, looking on the bright side, there’s the added bonus of lower emissions from all the travel we won’t be doing.)  

From Monday, November 22 to Thursday, November 25, CHBA will host the 2021 Net Zero Leadership Summit, a live interactive online event where participants will gain insight and explore the innovative, industry-leading efforts in Net Zero for both new homes and renovations. Participants will be a part of the dialogue - interacting and providing input during each session to work though the opportunities and challenges. Focused on valuable content and participant engagement, the Summit will convene leaders in the industry such as builders, renovators, energy advisors, product manufacturers, service providers, utilities, developers, as well as government, and academia from across Canada. 

So that participants from across Canada can participate during business hours, and to reduce “zoom fatigue”, instead of two full days we’ve split the agenda across 4 days, with 2 sessions per day, and a half hour bio-break between them so you can refill your drink, have a bite, visit the head, go for a walk around the block, check your emails – or maybe all of the above! And because it’s being held virtually, it’s priced reasonably. 

The agenda is guided by the nation-wide strategic action plan developed from the results of the last Summit, where priorities and stakeholders were identified to ensure a holistic approach is being implemented, and to support the industry with solutions and tools. Over the course of the event, you will have opportunities to engage with the other participants, speakers, panellists, and the Expo Hall exhibitors, offering you a deeper network upon which to build your Net Zero business opportunities. And, like last year, we’re going to have some hearty Canadian fun while we’re at it, eh!? (Get your cameras ready for the Great Canadian Photo Contest! The winner gets a complimentary pass to the 2022 Summit!)

Agenda
SESSION 1: 1:00 – 2:30 PM ET / 10:00 – 11:30 AM PT
Welcome and Opening Remarks
 
Chris Williams

Summit Co-Chair, CHBA Net Zero Council Management Committee Chair, Vice President Avalon Master Builder
[bio]


Joe Geluch
Summit Co-Chair, CHBA Net Zero Council Management Committee Member, President Naikoon Contracting Ltd.
[bio]



KEYNOTE: Net-Zero Emissions by 2050
The Government of Canada is committed to moving to net-zero emissions by 2050. The Canadian Net-Zero Emissions Accountability Act (Bill C-12), introduced in Parliament November 2020, officially passed into legislation June 2021, formalizing Canada’s target to achieve net-zero emissions by the year 2050 with a series of interim emissions reduction targets at 5-year milestones toward that goal. Please join us for this session to learn more about the plans and reports required to support accountability and transparency and help ensure Canada hits all of its milestones on the way to its goal to achieve a prosperous net-zero economy by the year the 2050.

  Mollie Johnson
Assistant Deputy Minister, Low Carbon Energy Sector (LCES), Natural Resources Canada
[bio]


KEYNOTE: Canada's Net Zero Future - Finding Our way In The Global Transition
This comprehensive report from the Canadian Institute for Climate Choices explores over 60 pathways Canada could take to achieve net zero emissions by 2050 and identifies critical choices that emerge along the way. Canada can not only achieve net zero, the report finds it can capitalize on unique advantages by doing so. However, success hinges on governments and businesses decisively scaling up solutions available today, while skillfully navigating unavoidable uncertainty. This presentation will unpack what achieving net zero would mean for Canada, as well as implications for the buildings sector.

 
Jason Dion

Mitigation Research Director, Canadian Institute for Climate Choices
[bio]

SESSION 2: 3:00 – 4:30 PM ET / 12:00 – 1:30 PM PT

How Circular Economy Principles and Practices Can Help Achieve the Targets
The circular economy model presents new economic and employment opportunities while simultaneously creating more resilient communities, businesses, and supply chains, improving competitiveness and affordability, spurring innovation, and attracting new investment that can support economic recovery. This presentation will provide information and insights sourced from an initial assessment of the current state of the circular built environment landscape and market readiness in Canada in line with global trends and circular economy principles and practices.

  Paul Shorthouse
Managing Director, Circular Economy Leadership Canada
[bio]


New Study Results On Embodied Carbon in Materials

For those of you who attended the last Summit, Chris provided a very informative presentation on the work he has been doing on the impact of embodied carbon in materials. His presentation was so well received that we invited him back to provide an update on his work, specifically the results of a new study that he completed for NRCan this year. Join us to learn about the main takeaways from this study, including what the material carbon emissions “range” is, how the material carbon emissions could be brought to zero or even be negative (net carbon storing) using conventional, code-compliant materials, and how reducing material emissions by one "tier" has a much larger impact on overall emissions than increasing energy efficiency by one tier in the NBC.

  Chris Magwood
Executive Director, The Endeavour Centre & Builders for Climate Action
[bio]


What's The role of The Building Codes In Achieving the Targets?
What’s the role of the building codes in helping to meet Canada’s obligation to achieve Net Zero Emissions by 2050? Are the codes considering how to fairly divide up the obligation of reducing the footprint of the housing sector? (For example, small vs large, new vs existing homes.) Are the results from the voluntary CHBA Net Zero Home Labelling Program being utilized to ensure that the code development is on the best path forward, including the most cost-optimized options already being used by builders? What about the impact of the occupant “lifestyle” loads that aren’t accounted for in H2K modelling? Hear what the CCBFC SC-EE is working on for the 2020-2025 code cycle, including the roll-out of the 2020 Building Code, and what’s coming after 2025.

 
Chris McLellan, P. Eng 
Senior Standards Engineer, Natural Resource Canada, Office of Energy Efficiency, Homes and Communities Division
[bio]



SESSION 1: 1:00 – 2:30 PM ET / 10:00 – 11:30 AM PT

Emerging Innovations Showcase

Check out the latest products and services in high-performance residential construction! The Emerging Innovations Showcase is an open mic on steriods, where 10 of the top emerging innovations will be showcased in 5 minutes each. You don’t want to miss this session! At the conclusion of the showcase presentations, Summit participants will have the opportunity to ask the presenters questions and can then vote on their favourite Emerging Innovation, earning the title of “Leaders Choice”!

Note: If you provide an emerging innovation that’s a product or service, and you want to share it with the leaders in the Canadian residential construction industry, you must APPLY BY MONDAY, OCTOBER 4. Read more details here.

 

 SESSION 2: 3:00 – 4:30 PM ET / 12:00 – 1:30 PM PT

Live Interactive Expo Hall & Networking
For attendees to have the opportunity to learn more about the products and services that are key to success with Net Zero Homes, and because networking is such a key part of the event, we’ve dedicated this entire time slot to this live interactive experience rather than squeezing it into the break time.  Like a real in-person Expo Hall, attendees can visit each virtual “booth” in this live-streamed session, hosted by representatives from each exhibitor. Attendees can interact with the exhibitors and other attendees via the webcam and audio functions as well as via the chat window, where they can ask questions and converse with others in each “booth”. Each virtual “booth” can host up to 50 people at a time, so you’ll likely find yourself creating many spontaneous conversations, which could be the start of some great business connections. 

Interested in booking a space in the Expo Hall? Learn more here.

Check out who's already registered! 

   

 SESSION 1: 1:00 – 2:30 PM ET / 10:00 – 11:30 AM PT

Consumer Marketing

Selling Net Zero: What do you need to communicate and how do you communicate Net Zero Homes to build consumer awareness, develop an understanding of their value, and to stimulate demand? In this session you will gain insight into what messaging has been successfully used in consumer sales, marketing and communication efforts including via social media, by the CHBA as well as by Net Zero Builders. You’ll learn what tools and resources are available as well as the results of the CHBA 2021 Home Buyer Preference Survey. We’ll also unveil the new Marketing & Communications training module to compliment the Net Zero Sales Training course.

 
Natasha Rombough

Director, Marketing & Communications, CHBA 
[bio]


 SESSION 2: 3:00 – 4:30 PM ET / 12:00 – 1:30 PM PT
Industry Education
Voluntary energy efficiency programs have always played an important role in informing the path of residential building codes in Canada. There has been a very consistent pattern of the codes following behind the voluntary programs, allowing the industry to “work out the kinks”, and instilling confidence in an approach before moving forward with code regulation. Currently, the innovators and early adopters are the holders of the most current knowledge. To be able to cross the “chasm” to the early majority we must disseminate this knowledge, shortening the learning curve and paving the way for the mass market. The challenge is to effectively apply what we already know and what we continue to learn, “en masse”. Join us for this session to learn what initiatives are bridging the knowledge gap and accelerating the industry's capacity to capitalize on Net Zero. Our panel will present and discuss the potential challenges and opportunities and will engage the audience in the dialogue. 

• Sonja Winkelmann will speak to the formal Net Zero Training opportunities, strategies to increase uptake, and the role of webinars. 
• Andy Oding will highlight the value of the Integrated Design Process (IDP) for shortening the learning curve.
• Patric Langevin will provide an overview of upcoming LEEP/CHBA collaborations and will talk about the LEEP guides and tools that builders can use to get on the path to Net Zero/Ready. 

          
Sonja Winkelmann, EP
Director, Net Zero Energy Housing, CHBA 
[bio]


Andy Oding, REA, LEED AP, BSSO, NZQEA
CHBA Net Zero Council Management Committee Member, Vice President, Director of Building Science, Building Knowledge Canada Inc.
[bio]

Patric A. Langevin, M.Arch
Project Lead and Facilitator, Local Energy Efficiency Partnerships (LEEP), Natural Resources Canada 
[bio]



SESSION 1: 1:00 – 2:30 PM ET / 10:00 – 11:30 AM PT


New Perspectives On Old Homes

Homes in Canada built between 1960 and 1977 consume an average of 342 GJ/year. Compared to new homes that consume an average of 105 GJ/year, that’s a big gap. Now imagine the opportunity to bring that down even further, to 45 GJ/year with a Net Zero Ready renovation. Older homes provide a significant opportunity to reduce energy consumption and GHGs. Are consumers even willing and financially able to do such a considerable deep energy retrofit? And how are deep energy retrofit programs being designed for renovators needs? Join this session to learn about the results of the Net Zero Reno Pilot, and hear about some unique projects and efforts in this space.
 Sonja Winkelmann will speak to some of the key learnings from the CHBA Net Zero Reno Pilot, the work with the Appraisal Institute of Canada, and how to leverage the current incentives and financing opportunities. 
• Lisa Dockman will share the City of Edmonton’s innovative approach to rebate (Home Energy Retrofit Accelerator) and PACE financing (Clean Energy Improvement Program) programs that are designed to support homeowners on their renovation pathway to net zero. 
• Patric Langevin will talk about how LEEP is working with industry in BC to tackle retrofits, and Joe Geluch will discuss how panelization presents an opportunity for low carbon deep energy renovations.
• Adam Corneil will detail his success with (and the opportunity in) deconstruction and reclamation. 

  
Sonja Winkelmann, EP
Director, Net Zero Energy Housing, CHBA  
[bio]


Lisa Dockman, B.Sc., B.Ed., CPF
Residential Energy Transition Program Manager,
Environment & Climate Resilience,
Planning & Environment Services,
Urban Planning & Economy, City of Edmonton
[bio]


Patric A. Langevin, M.Arch
Project Lead and Facilitator,
Local Energy Efficiency Partnerships (LEEP),
Natural Resources Canada  
[bio]


Joe Geluch
CHBA Net Zero Council Management Committee Member, President - Naikoon Contracting Ltd   
[bio]


Adam Corneil
CEO & Founder, Unbuilders & Heritage Lumber  
[bio]


 SESSION 2: 3:00 – 4:30 PM ET / 12:00 – 1:30 PM PT
Resilience VS. Survivability; What Do Net Zero Homes Really do?
The term resilience is increasingly being used in our industry. What does it really mean and do Net Zero Homes address it? What about the new concept of survivability? What does it have to do with resilience… if anything? Join us for this session to learn the difference between resilience, passive and active survivability, some of the solutions, and what one leading builder is doing to innovate in this space.

• Frank Lohman will explain how key resilience aspects such as fire, flood, wind and hail are being addressed, as well as the potential insurance impacts.
• Andy Oding will explain what passive survivability is and showcase an hourly analysis from the CHBA Net Zero MURB RD&D initiative.
• Wil Beardmore will explain what active survivability is and provide details on how solar, storage and smart electrical panels help people shelter in place when the grid goes down.
• Doug Tarry will highlight some of the innovative projects they’re working on in this space.
 


 
Frank Lohmann

Director, Building Science, CHBA
[bio]


Andy Oding, REA, LEED AP, BSSO, NZQEA
CHBA Net Zero Council Management Committee Member,
Vice President, Director of Building Science, Building Knowledge Canada Inc.
[bio]


Wil Beardmore
President & Founder, Bluewater Energy 
[bio]


Doug Tarry
President, Doug Tarry Homes 
[bio]

             
 
Closing Remarks
Our co-chairs will provide some closing commentary to wrap up the event, announce the winner of our Great Canadian photo contest (the winner gets a complimentary pass to the next Summit!), and will provide some initial details on the dates and location of the 2022 Summit.
   
Chris Williams
CHBA Net Zero Council Management Committee Chair, Vice President Avalon Master Builder 
[bio]


Joe Geluch
CHBA Net Zero Council Management Committee Member, President Naikoon Contracting Ltd.
[bio]



Get To Know The Speakers



Chris Williams, Summit Co-Chair

CHBA Net Zero Council Management Committee Chair | Vice President, Avalon Master Builder 

Chris Williams started with Avalon Master Builder, a leading builder in the NetZero Energy industry, as a partner in 2008. He works on Net Zero related committees to push the industry, and further Avalon’s Vision and Passion for building all Homes Net Zero, and lives in one of Avalon’s Net Zero Energy demonstration homes. In addition to being the Chair of the CHBA Net Zero Council Management Committee, Chris works closely with the Canada Green Building Council as a member of the Technical Advisory Sub Committee. Chris graduated from the Business program at SAIT alongside Avalon CEO Ryan Scott, a pioneer in Energy Efficient Building Construction, and has since completed a B.S. Business Administration Degree from City University of Seattle and completed the Ivey Executive Program at Richard Ivey School of Business, Ontario.

Website
Email
403.226.3485
LinkedIn



Joe Geluch, Summit Co-Chair

CHBA Net Zero Council Management Committee Member | President, Naikoon Contracting Ltd

A leading high-performance home Builder with a number of Net Zero and Passive House projects completed throughout British Columbia. As President of Naikoon he has led his team to over 30 Industry awards, locally, provincially and nationally. He is a Red Seal Carpenter, a Gold Seal Project Manager, and a Certified Housing Professional who has spent over 19 years in the industry. He is a founding member of Canada’s Net Zero Energy Housing Council and current Chair of the CHBA-BC Technical Research Committee.

Website
Email
778.340.1566
LinkedIn 



Mollie Johnson

Assistant Deputy Minister, Low Carbon Energy Sector (LCES), Natural Resources Canada

Prior to her current position, Ms. Johnson served in two positions at Natural Resources Canada: as Assistant Deputy Minister, Communications and Portfolio Sector; and, Director General, Policy, Major Projects Management Office. She has also held executive positions at Environment and Climate Change Canada and the Competition Bureau; and served as a senior officer in Legislation and House Planning at the Privy Council Office. Mollie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Western Ontario, and a Master’s Degree in International Affairs from Carleton University’s Norman Paterson School.

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Jason Dion

Mitigation Research Director, Canadian Institute for Climate Choices

Jason Dion is the Mitigation Research Director at the Canadian Institute for Climate Choices. He is the lead author of the recent Institute report Canada’s Net Zero Future: Finding our way in the global transition. Previously, he was Lead Researcher with Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission and a project manager and economist at the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD). Jason’s work has focused on GHG mitigation, carbon pricing, environmental risk and financial assurance, green public procurement, and sustainable infrastructure.

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Email
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Paul Shorthouse

Senior Director, The Delphi Group and Managing Director, Circular Economy Leadership Canada

Paul is a recognized economic development expert who has been at the forefront of advancing the green and circular economy for over a decade. He leads The Delphi Group’s Green and Circular Economy practice nation-wide and is a senior director at GLOBE Series. In February 2021, Paul took on the additional role of Managing Director at Circular Economy Leadership Canada (CELC), a network of non-profit and academic think tanks and industry partners looking to accelerate the transition to a circular economy in Canada. The vision of CELC is to be a catalyst, connector, and collective voice of Canadian leaders taking bold action towards a circular economy by providing thought leadership, technical expertise, and collaborative platforms for driving systems change. Paul has a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Victoria, a Certificate in Environmental Stewardship from Camosun College, and a Diploma of Technology in Entrepreneurship from BCIT’s School of Business.

Website
Email
604.338.9941
LinkedIn 



Chris Magwood

Executive Director, The Endeavour Centre & Builders for Climate Action

Chris is obsessed with making the best, most energy efficient, carbon sequestering, healthy, beautiful and inspiring buildings. He is currently the executive director of The Endeavour Centre, a not-for-profit sustainable building school in Peterborough, Ontario. The school runs two full-time, certificate programs: Sustainable New Construction and Sustainable Renovations and hosts dozens of hand-on workshops annually. In 2019, he helped to establish Builders for Climate Action, which will be rolling out a set of tools to help designers and builders reverse climate change with their buildings. Chris has authored seven books on sustainable building, including Essential Sustainable Home Design (2017). He is co-editor of the Sustainable Building Essentials series from New Society Publishers, and recently, he contributed a chapter to the book The New Carbon Architecture. In 1998 he co-founded Camel’s Back Construction, and over eight years helped to design and/or build more than 30 homes and commercial buildings, mostly with straw bales and often with renewable energy systems. Chris has completed an MA at Trent University. His thesis, Opportunities for Carbon Removal and Storage in Building Materials which was published in the fall of 2019. Chris is an active speaker and workshop instructor in Canada and internationally. 

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Email
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Chris McLellan, P. Eng

Senior Standards Engineer, Natural Resource Canada, Office of Energy Efficiency, Homes and Communities Division   

Chris holds a Bachelor of Engineering and a Masters of Applied Science, with specialization in systems engineering. He also holds a Certificate of Apprenticeship and a Certificate of Qualification as a General Carpenter (Ontario). Chris started his career in Toronto as a carpenter and then as a builder, focusing on renovations, custom homes and timber framing. His interest in using technology to improve construction processes led him to study engineering, focussing on controls, sensor systems, and signal processing. Since then, he has worked in the technology sector, for the Canadian Home Builders’ Association, and has been with Natural Resources Canada, Office of Energy Efficiency for the last eleven years. At NRCan, Chris represents the Homes and Communities Division in the development of codes and standards, and is responsible for the development of tools and services to support code adoption. He is also a CHBA Net Zero Council Ex-Officio Member.

Website
Email
613.943.4654
LinkedIn 



Natasha Rombough

Director, Marketing & Communications, Canadian Home Builders’ Association

Natasha has been working in the communications field for 15 years. She leads the Association’s consumer-facing marketing campaigns and coordinates a wide range of internal association marketing initiatives, including creation, testing, and analysis of digital strategies. She coordinates information dissemination with other industry groups through various mediums, including webinars, articles, and email campaigns. A graphic designer, Natasha leads the creation of all CHBA’s visual assets, including the association’s website, blog, and internal communications. She also has certification in teaching adults and several years of teaching experience. 

Website
Email
613.230.3060 x224
LinkedIn 



Sonja Winkelmann, EP

Director, Net Zero Energy Housing, CHBA

Sonja has been working in the field of energy efficient homes for over 16 years. She joined CHBA in 2014 as the first Director of Net Zero Energy Housing and has led the development of the Net Zero Home Labelling Program as well as the associated training courses and marketing efforts. Prior to the CHBA she was the Executive Director of the Net-Zero Energy Home Coalition, and she started her career in this industry working at an NRCan licenced Service Organization in Alberta that delivered new home rating and certification programs such as EnerGuide, Built Green™, R-2000, and LEED for Homes, as well as NRCan’s Building Canada initiative. Her formal education is in Business Administration and Environmental Management, and she has received the Environmental Professional (EP) designation from ECO Canada.

Website
Email
613.230.3060 x235
LinkedIn 



Andy Oding, REA, LEED AP, BSSO, NZQEA 

CHBA Net Zero Council Management Committee Member | Vice President, Director of Building Science, Building Knowledge Canada Inc. 

With an extensive background as a builder for 20+ years Andrew brings a real-life practicality to building science principles and their in-field applications. As a recognized building science trainer by the government of Canada-Office of Energy Efficiency, Building Science Specialist (University of Toronto), and HVAC designer, Andrew is working closely with the development of the new National Building Code of Canada: Standing Committee on Energy Efficiency in Housing and Building, the re-development of ASHRAE 90.2 SSPC Energy efficiency standard for low-rise residential buildings. 90.2 and many advanced building programs (i.e. ENERGY STAR®, Net Zero, LEED for Homes™, etc.) across North America.

Website
Email
1.800.267.6830
LinkedIn  



Patric A. Langevin, M.Arch 

Project Lead and Facilitator, Local Energy Efficiency Partnerships (LEEP), Natural Resources Canada

Trained as an architect, Patric is a project leader and facilitator for the Local Energy Efficiency Partnerships (LEEP) initiative at Natural Resources Canada's CanmetENERGY. He has been active in the field of housing and energy efficient design for more than 18 years in a various roles. Patric works with the homebuilding industry to understand barriers and gaps to innovation, and brings people together to create responsive solutions that help builders deliver great homes. He is also a CHBA Net Zero Council Ex‐Officio Member.

Website
Email
343.548.0152
LinkedIn 



Lisa Dockman, B.Sc., B.Ed., CPF   

Residential Energy Transition Program Manager, Environment & Climate Resilience, Planning & Environment Services, Urban Planning & Economy, City of Edmonton

Lisa Dockman is the Residential Energy Transition Programs Manager at the City of Edmonton. Her work focuses on the planning and delivery of initiatives that mitigate energy use and greenhouse gas emissions in Edmonton’s residential sector. Programs she delivers include Edmonton's Home Energy Retrofit Accelerator, Residential Solar Rebate Program and the Clean Energy Improvement Program. Lisa is a University of Alberta alumnus of both the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Education in addition to being a LEED Green Associate and a Certified Professional Facilitator with the International Association of Facilitators. She has over 15 years of experience planning, implementing, and evaluating sustainability and strategic planning initiatives. Lisa is passionate about collaborative planning, facilitating engagement and organizational capacity building to embrace change. 

Website
Email
780.442.0259
LinkedIn 



Adam Corneil

CEO & Founder, Unbuilders & Heritage Lumber 

Adam is a certified Passive House builder and a deconstruction & reclaimed wood expert. He flipped his first house at 16 with his father and after years as a green builder he launched Unbuilders Deconstruction in January 2018. Passionate about his family, skiing, hiking mountains and spending as much time outdoors, he is committed to providing a sustainable future for generations to enjoy.

Website
Email
778.996.4011
LinkedIn 



Frank Lohmann

Director, Building Science, Canadian Home Builders’ Association

Frank started his career as a carpenter in the residential construction industry 35 years ago and holds a building science engineer degree from the University of Applied Science in Stuttgart, Germany. He worked for 23 years at the National Research Council Canada. First in window and wall research and then at Codes Canada – a group within the NRC responsible for the development of the national construction codes, where he was responsible for advising the Chair and Executive of the Canadian Commission on Building Fire Codes and as well as the members of provincial territorial building safety authorities who provide policy advice to the NRC and the CCBFC. Frank is currently the Director, building Science at CHBA and is responsible to ensure members interests are represented when it comes to integrating emerging technologies and climate change resilience into the house-as-a-system.

Website
Email
613.230.3060 x231
LinkedIn 



Wil Beardmore

President & Founder, Bluewater Energy

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Website
Email
519.821.3003
LinkedIn 



Doug Tarry

President, Doug Tarry Homes

Doug is a second-generation builder trained in ENERGYSTAR®, R-2000 and Net Zero building methods. He’s a National Award-Winning Net Zero Home Builder, working with a number of manufacturers and educators on development of products for more sustainable housing. His career highlights include: 
• Past President, OHBA 
• Inaugural winner of the Net Zero Home of the Year Award, CHBA 
• Two Time National Grand SAM Award Winner, CHBA 
• Project HOPE, a 3-Day Net Zero Ready Home fundraising build (“HOPE: A Story that builds more than a new Home” documentary film released in 2021) 
• Founding HOPE AGUA VITA, a fundraising effort taking volunteers to the village of San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico to help rebuilding after Hurricane Maria   

Website
Email
519.637.6819
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