NEBB call for speakers

Organizers are looking for technical presenters for the November 2010 conference.



The National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB) is seeking speaking proposals for the 2010 Annual Meeting and Educational Conference, Nov. 4 to 6, in Bonita Springs, Fla.

Conference organizers are interested in receiving abstracts on technical and informational sessions with a focus on presentations by industry experts on various topics related to the NEBB disciplines. Interested parties should submit a presentation abstract along with speaker bios to Karen D. Groppe by April 30.

The NEBB Annual Meeting and Educational Conference features prominent guest speakers and technical sessions to enhance the professional development of NEBB Certified Professionals and Certified Technicians. NEBB is an international certification association for firms that perform testing, adjusting, and balancing (TAB) of HVAC systems, and building systems commissioning, sound and vibration measurement, retrocommissioning, fume hood testing, and cleanroom performance certification.

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