On August 30th, 2022, the Canadian Home Builders’ Association New Brunswick’s Board of Directors recognized Diane Spencer, Program Lead, Residential Sector, NB Power by presenting her with the Association’s most prestigious Award – The Hall of Honor Award. This Award was sponsored by B & W Contracting Ltd, Sussex, NB.
The Hall of Honour Award is presented in recognition of an individual member’s outstanding dedication and service to the Canadian Home Builders’ Association and/or the Residential Construction Industry in New Brunswick. This commitment is evidenced through actions that advance professionalism, credibility, and knowledge in our industry.
In addition to the CHBA-NB Hall of Honor Award, Diane was also bestowed with an Award of Honor from the CHBA to recognize her contributions to the residential construction industry on behalf of the National Association.
Over the past six years, Diane Spencer has worked closely with Association staff and has shown outstanding leadership in developing and nurturing a strong partnership with the residential construction industry. Through her engagement with our Association and through her influence, and by working with her Team at NB Power, she has empowered our Association in delivering energy efficiency training to hundreds of New Brunswick industry professionals and homeowners.
This training has included Energy Advisors to support the province’s New and Existing Homes Programs, the 2015 National Building Code for builders and renovators, Local Energy Efficiency Partnerships (LEEP) Workshops, Building Science Workshops, Consumer Sessions, HVAC Training, High Performance training for builders such as R-2000, Net Zero Ready and Net Zero Construction, and Energy Efficiency Sales Workshops as just a few examples.
On behalf of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association and the Industry at large, we thank Diane for her interest and commitment in advancing the aims of industry through energy efficiency training and for strengthening our partnership with NB Power to help the Residential Construction Industry in New Brunswick meet Net Zero Emissions by 2050.