WASHINGTON — The High-Performance Building Congressional Caucus Coalition
(HPBCCC) has designated June 13-19 as High-Performance Building Week, according to a press release.
The week is an opportunity to highlight the importance of high-performance buildings to federal, state and local policymakers and the general public, the release noted.
Representatives Judy Biggert (R-IL) and Russ Carnahan (D-MO), who serve as co-chairs of the High-Performance Building Caucus, will introduce a resolution in the House of Representatives
supporting the goals and ideals of the week, the release stated.
According to the release, additional activities in Washington, DC include site visits, Congressional Briefings and a reception honoring advancements toward widespread achievement of high-performance buildings.
Members of the HPBCCC participating organizations are asked to contact their Member of Congress by phone and e-mail and encourage them to join the HPBCCC if they have not already or thank them for their support of the Caucus, the release added.