Building Science Instructors

Jim Bradley is a building science instructor for SEON (sustainable energy outreach network)

Jim Bradley

Jim Bradley is currently a Project Manager / Developer for Hayward Design  Build while operating his own Energy Auditing business, Authenticated Building Performance Diagnostics. Additionally, Jim is a 9-time winner of Efficiency Vermont’s Best of the Best award, along with receiving their Partnership Award Winner and the VBRA’s 2018 Remodeler of the Year award. Jim is also a contributing author to the Journal of Light Construction on many of the latest Building Science and Construction Techniques while also sharing this knowledge with the listenership of the radio show he co-hosts, House Calls Vermont. Jim’s extensive background and certifications in Passive House Construction and Building Science bring added value to his clients, who appreciate beautifully built, efficient and sustainable homes. Jim specializes in building High-Performance homes and commercial structures that offer meticulously air-sealed and super-insulated building envelopes while giving special attention to the health and safety of the building occupants and ensuring the long-term durability of the structures. 

Jim shares his passion for energy efficiency with other building professionals as a past President and Vice President of the Vermont Builders and Remodelers Association through his work on the Education and Legislative Committees. He often testifies at the Statehouse on issues affecting the construction industry and small businesses, including the recently passed Vermont Contractor Registry.

Nate Gusakov  is a building science instructor for SEON (sustainable energy outreach network)

Nate Gusakov

Nate Gusakov
My career in the building trades started as a job site broom-pusher in high school in my hometown of Bristol, VT. For twenty-odd years I wore a belt as a frame-to-finish carpenter (with a couple trips around the world and some college thrown in there to spice things up). I began swinging a hammer for Silver Maple Construction/Zone 6 Energy in 2012 and five years later they sent me to get my BPI certifications as a Building Analyst and Envelope Professional. Hundreds and hundreds of blower door tests later, I keep busy working for Silver Maple Construction/Zone 6 Energy as a building envelope consultant, certified Building Enclosure Commissioning (BECx) Authority, and AeroBarrier installer.

Work responsibilities include: design review & consulting; specification writing
assistance; residential and commercial whole-building air tightness testing; handheld and drone-mounted thermal imaging; on-site progress testing and field verifications including pressurized fogging as well as fenestration air leakage and water penetration testing.
When it comes right down to it, I aspire to be sort of like Friar Tuck in the Sherwood Forest of modern building science. I also play the banjo.

Junio Anthes-Moody  is a building science instructor for SEON (sustainable energy outreach network) is a building science instructor for SEON (sustainable energy outreach network)

Junio Anthes-Moody

Junio Anthes-Moody is an energy efficiency professional based in Southern Vermont. He has been performing energy audits for over a decade and has worked in Vermont, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. He has taught weatherization, mentored energy auditors, and performed thousands of quality assurance inspections in that time.
His current interests are in building comfort, the interplay between competing HVAC technologies and the building shell, and the role that each of these has in fighting climate change and mitigating its effects.
Junio holds Building Performance Institute certifications as a Building Analyst Professional and an Envelope Professional and is an ASHRAE Associate.

Peter Yost is a building science instructor for SEON (sustainable energy outreach network)

Peter Yost, MS

Peter Yost is the sole proprietor of BuildingWright in Durham, NH. He has been building, researching, teaching, writing, and consulting on high performance buildings for more than thirty years. His expertise ranges from construction waste management and advanced framing to energy efficiency and building durability. Peter has made significant contributions to the work of many leading building organizations and initiatives—NAHB Research Center, Building Science Corporation, 3-D Building Solutions, EEBA, Masco’s Environments for Living® program, USGBC’s LEED for Homes and REGREEN programs, and the US Department of Energy’s Building America program. Peter was the principal author of the NAHB Advanced Green Building-Building science course materials and co-author of the USGBC REGREEN workshop curriculum.

Peter is currently Technical Director for, a lecturer in Yale University’s Graduate School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, adjunct faculty of the University of Massachusetts Department of Building and Construction Technology program in Amherst, and USGBC LEED AP. Peter has been awarded NAHB Green Building Educator of the Year and SeventhWave Educator of the Year.

For those who have ever worked with Peter, he is recognized as a certified “Wingnut.”