Building Analyst Standard
Envelope Professional Standard
I have to wait 4-6 weeks to get the official results but I'm pretty sure I passed all my exams and field tests for the BA and EP Certifications. It has been an interesting 2 weeks of classes, field work, late nights hitting the books with a bit of stress and worry thrown in for good measure.
As a LEED AP and a builder with over 30 years experience I have long embraced sustainable and energy efficient construction practices. The work of the past few weeks has reaffirmed my commitment to these practices (and their application in existing buildings) in a way that has the depth that comes with this new, 'nose to the grindstone' experience & knowledge.
I can now measure what I once knew as theory. I can measure change as it occurs. I can calculate the needs and possibilities that exist in a given building and combine it with my previous experiences in order to deliver meaningful, measurable results.
A special shout out to my instructor, Dan Payne, of http://www.environmentalenergyconsultants.com/ - he did a fine job in the class room and during the field training. He has worked hard to develop an impressive and comprehensive curriculum that really does the job in an in depth way and it worked well for me.
I'll be using my new certifications in my new role as an Energy Programs Manager. I am administering energy efficiency programs for utilities and governmental entities and part of my work will be evaluation and quality assurance of completed projects.