10 Apr '13, 10am

Embarking on the Building Science Learning Curve

Embarking on the Building Science Learning Curve

David is an amazing source of knowledge in the field of building science, especially concerning mechanical systems, and our conversation got me to thinking about learning curves. His story is quite interesting and not so different from mine in some ways. Perhaps the advice at the end of this article, based on what David and I went through (independently) over a decade ago, will help you as you travel up your own building science learning curve.

Full article: http://www.greenbuildingadvisor.com/blogs/dept/building-s...

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