Pioneers in Extreme Environments

CCHRC is proud to present:

The Cold Climate Housing Research Center is excited to present the upcoming Fairbanks Housing Action Week: Past, Present, Future scheduled for March 18th to March 22nd in Fairbanks, AK. Throughout the week, community events will highlight issues and opportunities of the past, present and future to build housing action in our community. 

 

Join us on Thursday, March 21 for a Housing Action Symposium at the Wedgwood Resort in the Borealis Ballroom.  The symposium will focus on three main sectors: Healthy and Safe Homes, Housing (in)Security, and Cold Climate Design. The panelists will discuss the intersections of these themes and the day will focus on audience engagement and participation for real-world problem solving and action.

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CCHRC flier for Weatherization Tech 1 Training with QR code and info on it

CCHRC Classes presents:

 

ALASKA WORKS PARTNERSHIP
FAIRBANKS
CCHRC WEATHERIZATION TECH 1 TRAINING

April 29 – May 2, 2024, 8am  – 4:30pm

This comprehensive 32-hour training is designed to equip workers with the knowledge and skills necessary for weatherization renovation work. From essential health and safety practices to hands-on training in various techniques, participants will gain valuable insights into the field. The program also includes insightful tours to a window manufacturing facility and the Cold Climate Housing Research Center, providing a practical understanding of the industry.

 

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Recent CCHRC Projects

Our projects focus on circumpolar building science, government and industry policy, building designs and technical assistance for our partners.

Within this realm, we have built sustainable prototype houses, developed innovative renewable energy systems, and produced educational publications and multimedia for builders, homeowners, and policymakers.

A Library of Resources

Over the years, CCHRC has produced hundreds of publications, reports, building plans, newsletters and videos. As well as our popular “Ask a Builder” series of articles.

Visit our library to easily sort through years of informative resources that will help you build a sustainable and durable home in Alaska and throughout the circumpolar north.

All these resources are available in our library and are free to download.

FEATURED LIBRARY RESOURCES

TitleTopicYearResource Link
Alaska Housing Assessment 2018Policy2018

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Ground Source Heat Pump Performance Snapshot: Year 2Energy2015

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North Slope Housing PrototypesDesign2015

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Ventilation for Small Homes SnapshotVentilation2019

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