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ABAA Board of Directors

The ABAA Board of Directors are comprised of leaders from various facets of the air barrier industry. These directors bring demonstrated leadership as well as great depth and breadth of experience to the association:

ABAA Board of Directors Orientation Manual

Board Member Orientation Manual

Roy Schauffele

Chair - The Air Barrier Association of America
FCSI, CCPR, LEED Green Associate
Director of the Air Barrier Association of America
President, Division 7 Solutions, Inc.
Technical Director & Owner, STS Coatings Inc.

Roy Schauffele

Roy Schauffele is an internationally published author and speaker in the field of energy conservation and sustainable building envelopes including insulation, roofing & waterproofing, green roofing, water conservation, cool roofing and the urban heat island effect all with an eye towards people (jobs), profit (reinvestment) and planet.

Mr. Schauffele founded Division 7 Solutions Inc, a leading and widely recognized multi-state Architectural Representative firm in July 1987 and then STS Coatings in 2003 which is a Certified HUB Manufacturer in Texas developing energy saving and environmentally acceptable products. Both firms are still going strong.

Mr. Schauffele's experience includes:

  • One of the leading American Institute of Architects Learning Unit lecturers in the south central US
  • 3 year term, Board of Directors for the Construction Specifications Institute (Arlington, VA) and prior to that several national technical committees.
    • Executive Director Search Task Team
    • 2 year term as Regional Director, Texas & Oklahoma
  • International conference speaker and published author for Division 7 technologies
  • ABAA
    • Education & Outreach Committee member
    • ABAA Approved Speaker
  • Past Metropolitan Planning Organization, by appointment of State Senator Zaffirini, President of the Texas Senate, mass transit planning organization
  • Appointee of Governor Bush for Energy Conservation and made an Admiral of the Texas Navy
  • City of Live Oak
    • City Councilman/Mayor Pro Tem
    • Vice Chair Charter Revision Committee
    • Economic Development Corporation
  • Bexar County, Technical Advisor to Build San Antonio Green
  • City of Converse Economic Development Corporation

Marcy Tyler

1st Vice-Chair - The Air Barrier Association of America
Director of the Air Barrier Association of America
Technical Application Manager - Tremco Commercial Sealants & Waterproofing
Chair of the ABAA Membership Committee

Marcy Tyler

Marcy Krahe Tyler is the Technical Application Manager for Tremco Commercial Sealants & Waterproofing. Marcy joined Tremco Incorporated in 1995 as a Test Specialist and was promoted to Technical Service Engineer in 1996 during which Tremco was purchased by RPM International and subsequently merged with Mameco Incorporated. Marcy played a pivotal role in the merging of the product portfolios and subsequent literature development from these two companies. Marcy returned in 2007 to Tremco Commercial Sealants & Waterproofing Technical Service Department as a Technical Service Engineer. Marcy was promoted to Department Group Manager in 2009 for the Sealants, Waterproofing, Coatings, Air Barriers and Firestopping product lines. Marcy is the current technical lead for Tremco's ExoAir Air Barrier product line as well as manager to the Technical Application Specialists for the other Tremco product lines. Marcy has traveled across North America educating Tremco Sales Representatives, Distributors, Applicators, and Design Professionals on ExoAir Air Barrier products and the science of air barriers. She has also presented on air barrier technologies at SWRI, Sealants Waterproofing Restoration Institute and is involved with the ABAA, Air Barrier Association of America. Her work with ABAA includes being on the Board of Directors, a member of the Technical Committee, and has participated in 8 Tremco co-sponsored ABAA Installer Training programs.

Lance Robson Jr.

2nd Vice-Chair - The Air Barrier Association of America
Principal, Building Envelope Technologies Inc.
Chair of the ABAA Governance Committee
Director of the Air Barrier Association of America

Lance Robson

Lance Robson is a principal at Building Envelope Technologies Inc., a consulting firm for the building enclosure industry. Mr. Robson brings over 20 years of experience in building enclosure design, restoration and investigation to the Air Barrier Association of America. His areas of expertise include roofing, wall cladding, curtain wall, fenestration, masonry and concrete repair, waterproofing and air barriers. Mr. Robson established Building Envelope Technologies Inc (BET) in 2000. He later co-founded Robson and So Engineering, Inc., a multi-discipline engineering firm. Prior to establishing BET, Mr. Robson managed the Building Envelope Department of CID Associates in Boston, a 95 person firm providing multi-disciplinary engineering and architectural services to commercial, industrial and institutional clients.

Mr. Robson actively maintains his expertise through participation in professional societies and is currently working to establish air barrier system standards through ASTM. His professional affiliations include AIA, BSA, ASTM and E-6.

Alisa Hoffee

Secretary - the Air Barrier Association of America
Chair of the ABAA Housewrap Committee
Director of the Air Barrier Association of America
Technical Manager – Pactiv Corporation

Alisa Hoffee

Alisa Hoffee is the Technical Manager for Pactiv Building Products, with over twenty years of experience in the building construction industry. This experience includes testing of construction materials, product development, building code and regulatory compliance, third-party certification programs, product literature, technical publications and technical support. In addition, she has chaired industry technical committees for the Society of the Plastics Industry (SPI), the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), the American Plastics Council Foam Polystyrene Alliance (APC), and the Reflective Insulation Manufacturer’s Association (RIMA). She has also authored and co-authored technical papers published by ASTM and the Extruded Polystyrene Foam Association (XPSA).

Ms. Hoffee has been the ABAA Housewrap Committee Chair since 2003. She also participates on several ASTM Committees (C16, E05 and E06), the XPSA - Residential and Environmental/Technical Affairs Committees, and regularly participates in the International Code Council Evaluation Committee Meetings (ICC-ES) and the ICC Code Change Hearings.

Ms. Hoffee is a member of ABAA, ASTM, FSC, ICC, NAHB, NIST, RECA, and XPSA.

Tom Patterson

Treasurer - the Air Barrier Association of America
Chair of the ABAA Finance Committee
Director of the Air Barrier Association of America
Sales Manager for Intertek Testing Service

Tom Patterson

Tom Patterson is Regional Manager of Certifications for Intertek Testing handling Building Products certifications for North America. Tom joined Intertek in 2006 as an Account Manager, then moved on to Sales Manager in 2008 and was Business Development Manager for Intertek As One - Group Sales prior to taking on his current role leading the Warnock-Hersey Certification Team.

Tom is a native of Northern Wisconsin, obtained his BA from Ripon College & his MBA from Cardinal Stritch University. Tom entered the testing industry after 17 years in sales and management roles within the building products industry. He lives in Middleton, WI with his wife Lynda & their 4 children.

Alec Minné

Chair of the ABAA Strategic Marketing Committee
Director of the Air Barrier Association of America
Director of Marketing & Planning - Atlas Roofing

Alec Minné

Mr. Minné joined Sto Corp. in 1998 as Marketing Manager, working with key executives domestically as well as internationally in building Sto's market in the United States and Canada. In 2002, he was promoted to Marketing Group Manager when he became a member of the Sto Senior Management Team. In 2004, he was promoted to his present position as Director of Marketing and Planning, adding company-wide US & Canada strategic planning and execution to his list of duties. In 2008 he became responsible for Central and South American Marketing.

Prior to joining Sto Corp. in Atlanta, Mr. Minné worked on Marketing and channel management for Delta Faucet Company for 5 years, focusing on their professional repair and remodel business, new residential construction and OEM business. Prior to Delta Faucet, he was an outside sales professional for Porter-Cable, professional power tools manufacturer.

Mr. Minné graduated with an MBA from Duke University and BS in Marketing from University of Illinois. He is also a LEED Green Associate.

For ABAA, Mr. Minné was Education and Outreach Committee Chairman for 5 years (November 2006 to April 2011).

Len Anastasi

Chair of the ABAA Conference Committee
Director of the Air Barrier Association of America
President, EXO-TEC Group of Companies

Len Anastasi

Len Anastasi worked in the construction industry for twenty years in masonry, waterproofing and restoration work. He currently owns EXO-TEC Manufacturing, Inc. which manufactures specialty construction products, EXO-TEC Solutions, Inc. which performs marketing work for various quality and innovative manufacturers of construction products and EXO-TEC Consulting, Inc. which performs consulting services on building enclosure issues for building owners, managers, design professionals and lawyers. In his construction and consulting work, he has performed inspections and / or repairs on over 300 buildings as well as giving expert testimony in trials and reviews on dozens of legal cases. He is a member of ASTM's E 06 Committee on Building Performance where he has authored both proposed standards as well as proposed changes to existing standards. He is a member of the Boston Society of Architects' Building Enclosure Council where he has presented on several topics and has been sponsored to speak at the Build Boston Exposition, AIA National Convention and CSI National Convention. He has authored several articles and papers on building enclosure performance and has spoken on these topics at several conventions, seminars and meeting. He is the current President of the Air Barrier Association of America as well as a member of the Construction Specification Institute ( CSI ), the International Concrete Repair Institute ( ICRI ) and the U. S. Government's Building Enclosure Technology and Environment Council ( BETEC ). He is also a guest lecturer at the Boston Architectural Center.

Clarke Berdan II, Ph.D.

Chair of the ABAA Audit Committee
Director of the Air Barrier Association of America
Sr. Technical Services Leader, Insulation with Owens Corning

Clarke Berdan II

Clarke Berdan received his doctorate degree from the California Institute of Technology majoring in Chemical Engineering and BS degree from the University of California at Berkeley in the same discipline. He has been with Owens Corning at the Center of Science and Technology since 1981 and is currently the Senior Technical Services Leader for the insulation products businesses. His group operates under the umbrella of the Corporate Sustainability organization and thus provides the businesses his team support with a view to products and applications through the lens of sustainability. They are very active in industry standards and code language development. His experiences cross a wide range of product and process development as well as process and building modeling. Much of his work has focused on the understanding of the physical operations of building envelopes from the theoretical through to the practical aspects of the transport phenomena that exist out in the built environment. Product development is very important, but to enhance the success rate, it must come from a systems approach that understands what problems are needed to be solved and how products work as integral parts of systems over their useful service life.

Brian Carey

Director of the Air Barrier Association of America
Credibility & Quality Committee (Board Functional/Oversight Area)
Product Manager - Carlisle Coating & Waterproofing

Brian Carey

Brian Carey is employed by Carlisle Coatings & Waterproofing where he is serving as the company's Product Manager for their Air & Vapor Barrier line. He is a member of ABAA's Technical Committee and E&O Committee. He has worked in both technical and sales capacities in the adhesives, sealants and coatings business since 1993. Brian holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemical Engineering and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in French from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

Ted DeZurik

Chair of the ABAA Credibility & Quality Committee
Director of the Air Barrier Association of America
Technical Director, Air Barrier Systems - Polyguard Products

Ted DeZurik

Ted DeZurik is currently the Technical Director of Air Barrier Systems at Polyguard Products, Inc. and has been working in the construction industry for over 40 years. As founder of DeZurik Builders, Inc. and Landmark Development, Ted developed and built hundreds of residential homes and apartment buildings. During this time Ted served several terms on the Minneapolis/St. Paul Builders Association Board of Directors. As well, he received the First Place Award in the "Energy Efficient, High Density Housing" category in the 1982 Parade of Homes-Minneapolis / St Paul for Bennington Woods, a 56 unit condominium project. Ted is also founder, CEO and majority-owner of Protective Coatings Technology, Inc. (Poly Wall brand products). Over its 18 year history, Poly Wall products became known for technologically leading-edge waterproofing and air barrier products, achieving nine patents. Ted has served on multiple Boards of Directors, such as Builders' Association of the Twin Cities; Mabel Tainter Center for the Performing Arts - Facilities Chairperson for $4.5 million restoration project; TMLIA (Tainter Menomin Lake Improvement Association) - Secretary; Health Research Institute - Financial Chairman; Dunn County Economic Development. Through the University of MN, Ted received a BA, Business Administration. He currently lives in Menomonie, WI with his wife of forty-six years, Linda.

Robert Aird

Director of the Air Barrier Association of America
Owner of Robert A. Aird, Inc

Robert Aird

Rob Aird has been the lead instructor for the EIFS-Doing It Right® program since 2006. He works closely with builders, contractors, architects and engineers designing and building projects that employ EIFS. He has extensive experience in all types of plaster and in EIFS.

He began as a laborer in the trade some 40 years ago and has worked his way through being a mechanic, foreman, superintendent and then owner of his own company, Robert A. Aird, Inc. of Frederick, MD. His work area includes the Washington, D.C./Baltimore/Northern Virginia region. His business has been operating since 1976 and employs more than 100 people. Rob is bilingual, and his fluency in Spanish contributes to the success of his business.

His continued focus on quality, safety and customer service has resulted in numerous industry awards:

  • Safety Performance Award Plaster/EIFS 2007-District of Columbia Metropolitan Subcontractors Association (DCMSA)
  • Outstanding Subcontractor of the Year 2007 (DCMSA)
  • Safety Performance Award Plaster/EIFS 2008 (DCMSA)
  • Craftsmanship Award for Plastering 2008-Washington Building Congress

High-profile EIFS projects include the Pentagon, Hay-Adams Hotel (across from the White House), Marine Corps Base Quantico, Fort Belvoir, Andrews Air Force Base, Fort Detrick, Congressional Country Club and the DC Court of Appeals.

Rob has a master's degree in counseling psychology (1976) with postgraduate work in Israel and Holland. His undergraduate degrees are in English and sociology. As vice president of the nonprofit Families Plus! in Frederick, Rob returns to his community the support he's received throughout his life there.

Russell Snow

Director of the Air Barrier Association of America
Building Envelope Specialist at W.R. Meadows

Russell Snow

Currently the Building Envelope Specialist for W.R. Meadows, Russell Snow is joining the ABAA Board of Directors with over 17 years of experience in the construction industry, including building envelope, concrete restoration and products used in the treatment of concrete. Presently, his main responsibility is the development of specifications at the architectural / engineering level along with providing technical support to all members of the sales team, both in Canada and the US on the building enclosure and related products. Other responsibilities include the writing of specifications and the development of presentations for continuing education programs through AEC, AIA, and various other organizations. Russell attained his LEED Accredited Professional designation in April of 2008 and is currently involved with a number of associations including the Air Barrier Association of America Technical Committee, National Air Barrier Association Board of Directors, ASTM E06, ASTM D08, and American Concrete Institute committees.

Cliff Black

Director – Air Barrier Association of America
Building Envelope Product Manager, Firestone Building Products, LLC

Cliff Black

Cliff has over 25 years broad technical leadership within the construction products industry working in sales management, strategic marketing, architectural systems development, product management, solution-based consultative selling, and contractor relations. He comes to Firestone Building Products most recently from BASF Corporation where he served as Market Development Manager within the polyurethane solutions group of North America Construction Chemicals where he focused on high performance building envelope technology applications for spray polyurethane foam. Cliff has prior construction product experience within the gypsum industry with USG Corporation where he held positions in their building products and interior products groups.

Cliff holds a Bachelors of Science in Architecture and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Lawrence Technological University. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, Construction Specifications Institute, International Code Council, and the American Society of Testing and Materials International. Professional community involvement includes the Building Enclosure Council, Building Enclosure Technology and Environmental Council, and the National Institute of Building Sciences.

In his time away from professional interest he serves as an ISAF Judge and Umpire with the International Sailing Federation officiating at national, continental, and world championship level regattas along with umpiring graded match racing events.

Benjamin Meyer, RA, LEED AP®

Building Science Architect, The Dupont Building Knowledge Center

Benjamin Meyer

Mr. Meyer is a Building Science Architect with the DuPont Building Knowledge Center in Richmond, Va., where he works with customers and industry associations to answer questions on commercial building envelope design. He provides fundamental education on how building envelope products work together as a system to create a continuous air- and water- barrier and promotes the importance of proper product selection and installation based on project requirements.

His areas of expertise include:

  • Commercial Building Envelope Design
  • Product Selection and Installation
  • Air & Water Leakage Prevention
  • Building & Energy Codes

At DuPont, he was previously a Construction Engineer where he managed cost, quality, schedule and safety on DuPont capital industrial projects including a recent $80 million expansion of the DuPont Kevlar® production facility at the DuPont Spruance plant in Richmond. Prior to starting at DuPont, Mr. Meyer worked in commercial real estate development, architectural design, site master planning and construction management on a range of commercial projects that included residential towers, educational facilities, office space and master planning in Cincinnati and New York.

Mr. Meyer participates extensively in standards and code development. He is on the Board of Directors of the Air Barrier Association of America (ABAA), and a member of the Materials and Resources Technical Advisory Group of LEED. Mr. Meyer is also a Consultant of the ASHRAE 90.1 Envelope Subcommittee, and has conducted Continuing Education Unit events focusing on emerging issues regarding modern air barrier technologies and requirements for NFPA 285 compliance.

Mr. Meyer is a licensed Architect with an MBA, B.S., and Master of Architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati.

Andre Desjarlais

OakRidge National Laboratory

Andre Desjarlais

André Desjarlais is the Group Leader for the Building Envelopes Research Program at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He has been involved in building envelope and materials research for 40 years, first as a consultant and, for the last 22 years, at ORNL. He is active in the building industry, participating in ASHRAE, ASTM, Cool Roof Rating Council, SPRI, RCI Foundation, Roof Industry Committee on Weather Issues, Federal Roofing Committee, and the Building Environment and Thermal Envelope Council. Areas of expertise include building envelope and material energy efficiency, moisture control, and durability.

Brian Stroik

The Boldt Company

Brian Stroik

Brian is the Corporate Quality Manager for The Boldt Company, a National Construction Company based out of Appleton Wisconsin. He also currently sits on the Board of Direction for the Building Enclosure Technology and Environmental Council (BETEC), is a member of the Leadership Committee for the Building Enclosure Council – National (BECN), Co-Chairs the Building Enclosure Council of Wisconsin (BEC-WI), is a voting member of ASTM E 06, is a Senior Member of American Society of Quality (ASQ), a Union trained carpenter, and graduated from Marquette University with a degree in Psychology. When not working, Brian and his wife enjoy being actively involved in the lives of their five children.

Craig Wetmore

York Manufacturing

Craig Wetmore

Craig Wetmore has over 20 years of experience in the building industry. Craig has been the President of York Manufacturing since 2009. He has a concentrated knowledge in through-wall flashings, moisture management and wall components. Craig is active in building community where he is a member of CSI, RCI, USGBC, ASTM and the ABAA. He serves as 1st Vice President for the Maine CSI Chapter, he is the chair person of ABAA’s Voice Committee (education and outreach), is a member of ABAA’s Flashings and Terminations Committee, and serves as a Director on the Board of Directors of the ABAA.

Craig has gives presentations to architectural firms, engineering firms, AIA chapters, Building Enclosure Councils, and CSI chapters. His presentation centers on through-wall flashings compatibility with air barriers and insulation products, lifecycle costs and installation advice on all different types of through-wall flashings.

Craig and the York team have developed many new products to solve the issues that are encountered in the drainage of water from the building envelope.

David Pennington

PROSOCO Building Envelope Group Manager
CSI-Dallas Technical Committee Chair, ABAA Board of Directors, RCI

David Pennington

As Building Envelope Group Manager for PROSOCO, responsibilities include the development, promotion and sales of our Building Envelope Products at the corporate level. I have worked in the commercial construction industry for 22 years promoting, demonstrating and selling products in Divisions 3, 4, 7 & 9. Eighteen of those years were spent in distribution sales promoting various competing lines from several manufacturers. This broad base of knowledge and experience has enabled me to provide valuable insight regarding building envelope construction and maintain a reputation of responsible solutions for architects, consultants, contractors and building owners.

David Altenhofen

The Façade Group

David Altenhofen

David Altenhofen, AIA is the East Coast Director for The Facade Group LLC, a consulting firm specializing in assisting owners, architects and builders in the delivery of durable, energy efficient and highly performing building enclosures. He has 35 years of experience as an architect, and has been a principal for more than 20 years. His focus is the application of practical field experience and building science combined with multiple forms of digital modeling to ensure that performance goals set during design are delivered in the constructed building. Prior to joining TFC, he was Technical Design Principal for a 1,000 person international architecture firm. His primary responsibilities include technical support to the various design principals and project teams along with oversight and quality assurance for all aspects of architectural practice including the design, detailing and administration of the construction for projects totaling over a billion dollars each year. Mr. Altenhofen is active in the architectural community at several levels, focusing primarily on reinforcing the architect’s role in building science and tectonic integrated design. Mr. Altenhofen helped form the national AIA/NIBS Building Enclosure Council initiative, a local multi-disciplinary groups across the country to promote knowledge and discussion regarding the science and art of constructing building skins and served as the Co-Chair of the National BEC Committee for many years. Mr. Altenhofen also was a member of the National AIA Advisory Board for the 11th Edition of Architectural Graphic Standards and was Subject Editor for the chapter on superstructure and enclosure. He chaired many national AIA committees related to building enclosures and is a founding member of the Technical Design for Building Performance Advisory Group. Mr. Altenhofen is widely published and lectures frequently at local, national and international events.

Debra Kichline

Kichline Enterprises

Debra Kichline

Biography Coming Soon!

Fiona Aldous

Wiss, Janney, Aldous

Fiona Aldous

Fiona Aldous is an Associate Principal with Wiss Janney Elstner Associates, located in Dallas, Texas. She holds a post-professional Master’s Degree in Architecture.

Her international experience includes forensic investigations of existing buildings, and the design, detailing and installation of various high-performance enclosures for new buildings. She actively serves on ASHRAE technical committees, serves as past Chair of the National Building Enclosure Council (BEC-N), and was a prime author of the BECx industry’s founding document, NIBS/ASHRAE Guideline 3 - The BECx Process. Fiona teaches BECx on behalf of numerous established organizations’ commissioning programs, and is one of the founding members of the Building Enclosure Commissioning Collaborative.

Judd Pederson

The Judd Allen Group

Judd Pederson

Judd has headed Judd Allen Group since 1998, completing numerous team-oriented projects of wide ranging scale. Architecturally, clients have come to rely on Judd for his design expertise in assembling proven materials according to technically reliable details, to enhance the design aesthetic.

Over the past 30 years, Judd has focused on helping long term building owners design and build the kind of quality construction that will provide and maintain the highest value in their buildings over time. Judd is committed to incorporating a high level of design sensitivity, with reliable construction, to achieve this value. Beyond his status as professional architect, Judd’s knowledge of complex project management and coordination of resources has become two of his strongest assets. This experience with complicated projects and mediating the needs of various parties in such construction contracts, including numerous MnSCU campuses, corporate clients, cities and counties, community groups, and other public clients, is key to the success of any project.

Peter Barrett

Cosella-Dörken

Peter Barrett

Biography Coming Soon!

ABAA Management Team

Laverne Dalgleish

Principal - Building Professionals Inc.

Laverne Dalgleish

Mr. Laverne Dalgleish is the Executive Director of the Air Barrier Association of America (ABAA). As such, he works to champion energy conservation in buildings while educating the building owners and designers about the benefits of energy conservation such as durability, comfort, reduced maintenance, reduced HVAC equipment costs and the positive impact on the environment.

Mr. Dalgleish travels North America on a weekly basis to educate building owners and designers on the benefits of effective and working air barrier systems in buildings. This education mission includes working with standards development organizations, training and education groups, government policy departments, and quality assurance program developers for the construction industry. Mr. Dalgleish is the Secretariat of two ISO Committees, ISO TC61 SC10 Cellular Plastics and ISO TC163 SC3 Thermal Insulation Products. He is also Chair of the ULC Thermal Performance in the Building Environment Standards Committee.

Mr. Dalgleish was the key developer of the ABAA Quality Assurance Program for the installation of air barrier systems in buildings. This program is based on ISO9000 and ISO 12576-2 but brings the ISO requirements together with practical applications for the air barrier industry.

Ryan Dalgleish

Vice President - Building Professionals Inc.

Ryan Dalgleish

Ryan Dalgleish is the Vice-President of Building Professionals. He has been involved in the building envelope and building performance areas of construction in both the commercial and residential sectors for close to two decades. Much of Mr. Dalgleish’s time is spent on technology transfer, organizational excellence and education. He has been a trainer, facilitator and performed a number of management roles. He is also involved in research, the development of training curriculum, and helping industries increase their professionalism. Mr. Dalgleish’s background and education has given him strong skills in financial management, market development and planning and association administration.

Mr. Dalgleish has obtained credentials in Adult Education, Leadership and Organizational Excellence. He has also published a number of papers for design and construction magazines and is frequently a speaker at various technical presentations dealing with the building envelope. He currently serves as the president of his local building envelope council and sits on the Board of Directors of the National Building Envelope Council.

He is able to assist with technical questions, association policy and procedures and training initiatives.

Peter Spafford

Quality Assurance Manager - Building Professionals Inc.

Peter Spafford

Peter Spafford has been involved in the energy conservation and building performance industry for 14 years. Mr. Spafford has been an instructor in building science and building envelope for the past 10 years and has taught hundreds of installers, building officials and contractors across the country. Mr. Spafford became the national training manager for BPC and oversaw the delivery and facilitation of upwards of 50 training programs a year and coordinated upward of 50 – 70 project managers and instructors in delivering 6 week to 6 month term training programs in energy efficiency. Mr. Spafford has also spent a tremendous amount of time in the field performing 3rd party inspections on behalf of government, quality assurance providers, utilities and warranty programs. Mr. Spafford currently is the quality assurance program manager for BPC. He has been involved in both the development and compliance aspects of the program for a number of initiatives in both the residential and commercial building markets.