Phius - The Cost-Optimized Approach to Zero
How Phius is becoming the minimum energy code standard we need to achieve carbon-neutral architecture.
Mike Kapp, NCARB, CPHC, Project Manager, Planning, Design & Construction at Appalachian State University
Tuesday, January 30 at 4:00 pm
Rough Ridge Room 415, Plemmons Student Union
FREE and open to the public. Attendance will be tracked for faculty offering extra credit to students.
What's this session about and who's the expert?
In 2007, Phius (Passive House Institute US) was founded with a mission to train consultants and certify projects using a climate-tailored passive building standard. Today, Phius is the leading passive building standard in North America, and the Phius Standard is applicable globally. Phuis has certified the most passive house projects in North America and put passive at the forefront of the zero-energy movement. Learn more.
Mike Kapp is an NCARB Certified Professional Architect licensed in North Carolina and California with 35+ years of experience. His credentials include Construction Documents Technologist (CDT) through CSI, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP) through the Green Building Certification Institute, Certified Sustainable Building Advisor (CSBA) through the Sustainable Building Advisor Institute and Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC) through Phius. He currently manages building projects for App State's Planning, Design & Construction Department. Connect with Mike on LinkedIn.