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Mark LaLiberte

Through his lectures, site assistance, video series, and a mobile app, Mark LaLiberte provides builders, architects, and manufacturers with an in-depth look at the current and future state of housing. His work has earned him a Lifetime Achievement Award from EEBA where he developed the highly acclaimed Houses that Work lecture series. LaLiberte works with manufacturers to assist in developing products and services for the next phase of efficient homes, and is the co-creator of Construction Instruction Inc., which developed the No. 1 mobile App in the construction industry. He is also a partner in the Millau Group, lending his expertise to sales and marketing efforts for the building industry.

Mark LaLiberte's Posts

Vision 2020: Where We Go From Here Vision 2020: Where We Go From Here

Our future depends on education, training, and wide-spread commitment. Read more

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VIDEO: When You Build, Think About Building Forever. VIDEO: When You Build, Think About Building Forever.

Building science isn't just about molecules. It's also about comfort, efficiency, health, and operability, says Mark LaLiberte. Read more

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Announcing the 2013 Nominees for The Hanley Award for Vision and Leadership in Sustainable Housing Announcing the 2013 Nominees for The Hanley Award for Vision and Leadership in Sustainable Housing

Eight outstanding green-building professionals are under consideration for the 2013 award, which includes a $50,000 prize, from The Hanley Foundation, ECOHOME, and BUILDER. Read more

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Education and Standards Will Be Key To Combating Building Science Brain Drain Education and Standards Will Be Key To Combating Building Science Brain Drain

As the building industry recovers, proper education on building science will be key in terms of both business finances and skilled manpower. Read more

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Why Integration Is Critical Why Integration Is Critical

Vision 2020 Energy Efficiency + Building Science co-chair Mark LaLiberte explains how to systematically improve the building industry. Read more

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