Residential New Construction HVAC Training for Contractors and Builders
Presented by Rocky Mountain Power, Questar Gas, State of Utah Governor’s Office of Energy Development and Rocky Mountain Gas Association

Learn about the new requirements for HVAC Contractors under the newly adopted 2015 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) which will take effect for new homes permitted July 1, 2016. Participants will learn what is needed to design and install residential heating and cooling systems that meet this new energy code and get a review of best practices for HVAC systems installed in new homes. Please note the same information will be presented at each training – RSVP required.


Tuesday, May 17: 9:45 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Wednesday, May 25: 9:45 a.m. – 3 p.m.


9:45 – 10 am: Registration and light breakfast

10-11:30 am: Brent Ursenbach, Salt Lake County Energy and Mechanical Code Official and Past President of Rocky Mountain Gas Association Board of Directors. With over 30 years operating his own HVAC business and the past 10 years as a code official, Brent will provide a detailed review of 2015 IECC requirements.

11:30 – Noon: Box Lunch Included

Noon – 3 pm: Dan Dearden, Owner of Just Right Heating and Air and former instructor and board member of Davis Applied Technology College and Fortis College. With a background of almost 40 years as an HVAC contractor, consultant and teacher, Dan will give a thorough overview of HVAC best practices along with the changes needed to design and install systems to meet 2015 IECC.

Location: Questar D.N. Rose Building
1140 West 200 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84104
Fee: FREE Event – RSVP Required – Seating is limited
Course paid through a partnership between: Office of Energy Development, Rocky Mountain Power & Questar Gas

If DOPL credits requested (3 Core Credits Available): $10 total paid to RMGA day of training

RSVP: Becky Robbins, Rocky Mountain Power New Homes Program
Phone: 801-743-1614