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New Staff Certification

News / July 10, 2020 by Bruner/Cott


Congratulations to Karno Widjaja on becoming a PHIUS Certified Passive House Consultant!

Certified Passive House Consultants (CPHCs) are well-versed in designing to the

PHIUS+ climate-specific building standard and are leading the adoption passive building from coast to coast.

Karno completed several phases of online and in-person trainings and exams focused on the principles of passive building design, including heat transfer, air-tightness, thermal bridge free detailing, super-insulation high-efficiency ventilation, and moisture control. We are excited to implement these high performance building science principles into our ongoing and future residential, commercial, and renovation projects like the 288 Harrison Avenue Residences project in Boston’s Chinatown neighborhood.

Congratulations, Karno!

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