Building Analyst Professional

The BAP course will upskill existing energy efficiency professionals with work scope development, energy modeling, HVAC systems, best practices and on-site management. Upon completion of this training class, students will challenge a 2-hour proctored online exam in order to gain the BPI Building Analyst Professional certification.

Learning Objectives:

  • Be able to develop course of action and work scope measures from site visit documentation
  • Be able to identify structural and other deficiencies from gathered data.
  • Understand the structural and materials requirements to install recommended measures.
  • Be able to perform calculations that determine ventilation requirements, baseload utilities consumption, heat loss and air leakage.
  • Be able to build accurate models of building energy usage.
  • Be able to prioritize work scope measures based on gathered and remote data.
  • Be able to prioritize health and safety repairs.
  • Be able to calculate savings from installed energy conservation measures.

Prerequisite: BPI Building Analyst Technician Certification

Course Style: Online lecture, exercises, interactive work scope development test cases, reviewsummaries and practice test.

Duration: 12 hours of online instruction plus a 2-hour proctored certifying online exam.

Build Green Maine will:

  • Provide access to modeling software
  • Provide supplemental training materials
  • Provide online test proctoring of candidates
  • Process candidate BPI application

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Lowell, MA

I cannot believe how much I learned. This was worth every penny!


Portland, ME

I’ve been to many workshops and conferences on buildings and energy efficiency, but yours is by far the best I’ve ever attended.


Montclair, NJ

It's easy learning from someone who is passionate about what they're teaching. You made it fun.

Dave C.

Rockland, Maine

I have found the quality of the video very good and the subject matter very interesting and well presented. I really enjoy learning the science behind what I have sort of “known” most of my life. It really all makes a lot of sense and there have already been several “AH HA” moments where I go “I knew that” but at the same time could never explain why to anyone.