Retooling the U.S. Housing Industry Fairfax Station, Virginia
Sam Rashkin has earned an international reputation for his work engaging thousands of homebuilders as national director for ENERGY STAR Certified Home and Chief Architect with the U.S. DOE Building Technologies Office directing Zero Energy Ready Home. Over two-and-a-half million high-performance homes have now been certified under these programs. Based on this experience, Sam has been recognized for his contributions to sustainable housing including the Energy and Environmental Building Alliance (EEBA) Legend Award in 2019, Hanley Award in 2012, and Professional Builder Achievement Award in 2002. Sam’s latest work based on his new book, “Housing 2.0 – A Disruption Survival Guide,” provides the guidance needed for builders to become industry leaders with a comprehensive framework for optimizing the housing user experience. Sam is a licensed architect who has designed over one hundred high-performance residential projects.
Where you can find Sam Rashkin during IBS:
High Performance Enclosures - Faster, Better, Cheaper
How to Consistently Deliver Industry-Leading Design at a Lower Cost