Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) March 19, 2014
Earth Advantage Commercial (EAC) serves the Pacific Northwest with its small commercial green building certification and is now expanding into the Rocky Mountain region. In support of the program expansion, weekly webinars will be held to provide a program overview and answer questions about the certification. All webinars are at 11 a.m. MDT (10 a.m. PDT) on the following dates:
- Wednesday, March 26
- Thursday, April 3
- Wednesday, April 9
- Thursday, April 17
- Wednesday, April 23
- Thursday, May 1
Firms interested in signing up for a webinar can visit: earthadvantage.org/commercial/.
Earth Advantage has scheduled an EAC Project Steward training for Friday, May 9, 2014 in northern Colorado. Project Stewards manage the per-project certification process and are employees or consultants of EAC Provider Firms – architecture, engineering or green building consultant firms under agreement to deliver the program.
EnergyLogic recently became an EAC Provider Firm in Colorado and will utilize Earth Advantage Commercial certification for their small commerical projects across the Front Range. Carissa Sawyer, EAC Project Steward at EnergyLogic, commented, “We became an Earth Advantage Commercial Provider Firm to engage a new market demand and add revenue to our business. In addition, we feel like this program reaches the underserved market of small commercial buildings. One of the most important parts of the programs we work with are the third party inspections, which this program requires. This creates accountability and reaches above and beyond any other commercial green building program.”
EnergyLogic is Colorado’s leading provider of home energy efficiency and conservation services. They were named an Inc. 5000 fastest growing company list in 2013 and have been responsible for improving the energy efficiency of over 10,000 homes in Colorado.
About Earth Advantage
Earth Advantage is a Portland, Oregon based nonprofit whose mission is to accelerate the creation of better buildings. They provide knowledge to building professionals and information to consumers through certification, research, education, and product development to help realize a building industry that harmonizes with the natural environment.