Previous BSP Students Say...

“A great reminder of basic principles; personalized attention was a big plus.”
- James G., Panama City

“A great reminder of basic principles; personalized attention was a big plus.”
- James G., Panama City

“Class was a great value!”
- David A., Tampa

“Going through all aspects of the mold process in detail and learning from someone with so much experience is the way to go!”
- Derek B., Ft. Lauderdale

“The class was informative for veterans or beginners.”
- David D., Jacksonville

“I enjoyed the material and learned a lot.”
- Matt F., Tampa

“Great class for someone just starting out.”
- Vincent S., Tampa

BSP Education is the training arm of American Institute of Building Science Professionals, a group of building science professionals – tradesmen, consultants, seasoned and not-so-seasoned - who want to share their knowledge and at the same time absorb more about their own trade and peripheral disciplines.

American Institute of Building Science Professionals, LLC is the corporate name registered by the State of Florida Divisions of Corporations. AIBSP is also a Florida DBPR provider of Mold-Related Services Continuing Education Credits.

We are people who are willing to give our knowledge, our time, our souls, our best to make the world we live in a better place. We don’t have time for people with personal agendas or positions with fancy titles. Most of us have years of experience in our respective trades and are willing to share it with those who want to learn more, about their own trade or one closely related.

The purpose of AIBSP is to create the forum for the exchange of knowledge that can be shared by all who are interested. Our primary subject matter at this time is Indoor Air Quality and will expand as the participants within the forum demand. YES, this is your forum and it depends on you.

Building science is the compilation of knowledge and experience that concentrates on the scientific study of the physical phenomena affecting buildings. Traditional aspects of the building included are building materials, building envelope, indoor air quality, HVAC systems, acoustics, lighting (natural and electrical), and the efficient use of energy. The practical purpose of building science is to optimize the performance of new and existing buildings, emphasizing state-of-the-art maintenance techniques, to understand and prevent building failures, with the expectation of guiding the intelligent design of new construction.

Building Science is the combination of disciplines that concern themselves with the knowledge and proper function of buildings in response to naturally occurring phenomena such as the weather (sun, wind, rain, temperature, humidity), and nature-related issues: freeze/thaw cycles, dew point/frost point, moisture/water migration, including subterranean conditions such as potential for soil erosion, and ground-water activity, frost or condensation penetration.

In light of no certifications available for Building Science practitioners by nationally-recognized certifying bodies, the American Institute of Building Science Professionals (AIBSP) seeks to further the education of like-minded people and to provide an exchange of information and ideas. AIBSP continually pursues the best methods of educating those who are looking for a better understanding of their chosen profession.

For those who wish a forum to be heard by others within the community, those who wish to be informed, those who wish to learn more, we ask you to get involved. Please sign up for your FREE MEMBERSHIP to American Institute of Building Science Professionals (AIBSP). We will NOT abuse your email address by sharing it with other entities. Do not expect to hear from us more regularly than once a month, unless you request particular information.