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BPI Accepting Applications

MALTA, N.Y. — The Building Performance Institute Inc. (BPI) is now accepting applications from individuals interested in serving on BPI’s standards technical committees (STCs). BPI’s STCs develop technical standards in an open and fair manner in accordance with American National Standards Institute (ANSI) approved BPI standards development procedures. Interested parties should submit an application by Nov. 15.

The STCs are appointed to review and take action on proposals and comments from the general public and industry members, to develop new standards, and to update existing standards on a regular basis. Each year, BPI seeks applications from experienced technical personnel willing to take on the responsibilities of developing technical standards. Prospective nominees’ applications will be assessed by BPI’s standards management board (SMB) to ensure a diverse representation by technical expertise, geographic location, and experience in the building sciences. The SMB will appoint up to five members to the single-family STC, and three members to the multifamily STC, each to serve a term of three years, beginning Jan. 1, 2013. Appointments to the STC will be announced in mid-December 2012.

For more information, visit http://bit.ly/Rwp8Lm.

Publication date: 11/12/2012

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