Owner and operator of BEO Ltd, Denise has been testing Houses in New Zealand since 2012. New Zealand is currently lacking in Building science, theory and practice and Blower door testing is that practical application. The more we learn, and the more testing we do, the better our buildings will become. Follow Denise on social media for blower door testing videos, tips and success stories.
Jesse Clarke joins pro clima with more than 15 years’ experience in the construction industry. He holds the technical lead role of the Building Science Manager, servicing Australia and New Zealand. Jesse is an active advocate for a holistic approach to the development of industry guidance, standards and codes.
As the chairman of the AIRAH special technical group for building envelope physics he is driving standardisation around the use of hygrothermal analysis (WUFI®) for healthier and more durable buildings.
Matthew’s mission is to inspire people to make a better place to live. He is currently the Education Manager for Pro Clima (NZ).
Matthew has over 10 years of experience leading residential energy efficiency projects, including nearly four years as Technical Manager for Homestar at the New Zealand Green Building Council. In 2016 he joined the Board of the Passive House Institute New Zealand. He also sits on the advisory group of the Exceeding the Minimums research stream for BRANZ.
Prior to training as an engineer, Matthew was an Outward Bound instructor in New Zealand and the US.
As the Technical Manager of pro clima Australia and a member of ASHRAE and deputy-chair of the AIRAH Special Technical Group in Building Physics, Sean’s driving passion is the organisation and elevation of Australia and New Zealand’s community of building diagnostic professionals.
Sean is an Australian and New Zealand partner of the international Air Tightness Testing and Measurement Association (ATTMA) and is a national authority on the practice of building airtightness testing. He has been repeatedly consulted for advice on the addition of airtightness testing to the National Construction Code of Australia. Sean has led trainings on the Fundamentals of Building Science through an Australian government initiative and has published original research into ventilation and airtightness of high-rise multi-residential buildings through the U.S. Department of Energy’s Building America programme.