• Our Principal to host USGBC National Legislative Director

    Humann Building Solutions’ Principal is happy to announce that he has been asked to host the US Green Building Councils Legislative Director at the National Clean Energy Summit 7.0 to be held at Mandalay Bay Resorts & Casino, Las Vegas on Thursday, September 4, 2014,

    National Clean Energy Summit 7.0: Partnership & Progress is a high-powered national conversation about growing the clean energy economy. Now in its seventh year, this prestigious annual conference convenes high-level industry leaders, policymakers, government officials, innovators, investors and advocates to discuss the future of our nation’s clean energy economy.  The event’s Keynote Speaker will be former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.  For more info check www.cleanenergysummit.org

  • Education Collaboration with USGBC Nevada

    Happy to be facilitating the USGBC Nevada’s New Knowledge at Noon – Introduction to LEED v4: Measuring for Success.  The trainng event occurs on August 7th, 2014 at the InNEVation Center 3rd Floor, 6795 Edmond St, Las Vegas, NV 89118    ….here is a link for registration > http://www.usgbcnv.org/event-918340

    LEED v4 takes a systems thinking approach and emphasizes the connections within a building in order to improve overall performance. This is the second session of two parts and emphasizes the role of performance and how the underlying frameworks of flexibility, integrative process and performance are aimed at improving the user experience in LEED v4.
    Objectives include:
    • Identify areas of performance based requirements in LEED v4.
    • Describe the role of performance data to address LEED system goals
    • Recognize performance goals in each of the LEED credit categories
    • Identify benefits of the performance criteria in LEED v4
    This course will count as 1 LEED-specific CEU and 1 AIA CEU as applicable.
  • Thanking the Contractors who helped site DesertSol

    February 23, 2014 at Las Vegas Springs Preserve I had the honor of recognizing and thanking the numerous contractors who played an integral part in the permanent installation of  at its final site at the Las Vegas Springs Preserve.  The contractors and their families were invited by the Las Vegas Springs Preserve to attend a private event where we had a chance to mix and mingle as well as have a catered lunch where I had the honor of sharing the gratitude of many for the dedication and commitment of these new friends to the Springs Preserve and the DesertSol house.Springs PreserveDesertSol

  • Dedication of DesertSol at its new home!


    On Thursday February 13th, 2014 I was fortunate enough to participate in the dedication of DesertSol at its new home … here is a link to start your look at DesertSol https://www.springspreserve.org/attractions/desertsol.html

    …and here is a link to the original site for the the house that I helped the Students at UNLV build http://solardecathlon.unlv.edu/


  • It’s a Bird, it’s a Plane, it’s Super DesertSol

    Have you ever seen a flying house?  Well this decathlete managed to float into it’s final resting place gracefully, take a peak at the timelapse footage >>  timelapse of DesertSol



  • Hello Visitors

    Just a quick hello!

    So in reality I have been so busy working I managed to let my website(s) become obsolete.  As a result my peers pressured me into transitioning to the world of WordPress which displaces the archaic Frontpage sites… I hope the slow transition yet intuitive approach to WordPress will make my life easier.

  • Humann Principal again a Future City Competition – Judge

    Our Principal again was asked to contribute to the success of the Future City Competition for the 2013-2014 middle school year as a Lead Judge.  The annual event will occur on Saturday January 18th, 2014 at the Northwest Career and Technical Academy.

    The competition’s is described within program materials as:

    “The Future City Competition is a program designed for 6th, 7th and 8th graders to foster an interest in math, science, engineering, architecture, and construction through hands-on, real-world applications. The students create and design a city of the future by engaging in the planning, engineering design and building process – identifying problems, brainstorming ideas, designing solutions, testing, retesting and building, and finally communicating their results.”

    Each year, one specific theme is highlighted for the essay portion of the competition – this year’s essay topic is “Tomorrow’s Transit – design a way to move people in and around your city”

    For more information please visit http://www.snvfuturecity.org/ as well as http://futurecity.org/