IBE215 CircleThis new 4-day seminar explores the broad spectrum of Building Biology design principles and applications so crucial for design and building professionals to incorporate into their practices. From family residence to community design, we will explore the Building Biology science and criteria and their application to modern-day North American built environments. This seminar is also a beneficial course of study for homeowners endowed with a special interest in creating healthy environments for their family. The topics covered are: Site Selection; Community Design; Design for Climate; Building Product Evaluation; Interior Furnishings and Finishes; Renovation. Successful completion of this seminar conveys 40 CEUs (Continuing Education Units, approved by AIA, ACAC, InterNACHI.

This seminar can be taken as a continuous event with IBE 214: IEQ & EMR for Architects and Builders, which with a 1-day break in-between immediately precedes IBE 215 (02 through 05 Dec.).

Click here to download the IBE 215 Syllabus 2017
Click here to visit the IBE 214 Information Page

07 through 10 December 2017,
The Hotel Santa Fe, Hacienda & Spa, Santa Fe, New Mexico

To reserve your on-site lodging, at the deep discount rate ($99/night)click here

Early-bird registration is now open ($1,575.00 USD, a $100 savings). Seminar Tuition includes daily lunch, snacks, and natural healthy beverages, catered on-site. The Hotel Santa Fe offers breakfast and dinner options, in-house, and is within easy walking distance of a wealth of restaurants, coffee shops, bookstores, retailers, etc.

Tuition$1,575.00: Click here to pay (you'll be prompted to login or to create a free IBE account)
Tuition Deposit$350.00: Reserve your space (you'll be prompted to login or create a free IBE account). Deposit is refundable only if requested thirty or more days before the opening day of seminar classes. 

IBE reserves the right to deny/rescind enrollment, whether first-time or continuing, to students it deems to present the actual or anticipated risk of being or becoming disruptive of our program presentations, and/or a distraction for our students from what they have come to us to learn and experience.

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