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Building Enclosure Technology and Environment Council
About the Council
The Building Enclosure Technology and Environment Council (BETEC) is a voluntary membership council of the National Institute of Building Sciences. BETEC is charged with encouraging optimum energy use of buildings through a better understanding of how overall, complex building components interact with each other and with the environment.
BETEC brings together a cross-section of public and private building community leaders to solve major energy-related regulatory and technical issues. Its membership is comprised of:
Most of BETEC's work is accomplished through committees which meet on a regular basis. Members are encouraged to participate in any of the following committees:
Should you have any additional questions about the Building Enclosure Technology and Environment Council that were not answered on this site or you would like to comment on the site, please contact:
Stephanie Stubbs, Assoc. AIA, PMP
National Institute of Building Sciences
Stephen Shanks, CxA, BECxP, Chair
Chief Operating Officer, Stevenson Consulting Inc.