Southern California EBB Chapter of NEBB (SCEBB)
Established in 1971, NEBB is the premier international certification association for firms that deliver high performance building systems. The geographical boundaries (Jurisdiction) for membership and NEBB business matters of this chapter shall be Southern California (Counties; San Diego, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Ventura, San Luis Obispo, and Imperial) and Southern Nevada (Counties; Clark, Esmeralda, Lincoln, Mineral and Nye). Our chapter serves the needs of certified firms, certified professionals and certified technicians located in the areas.
NEBB exists to help architects, engineers, building owners, and contractors construct quality buildings with HVAC systems that perform in ways they have been visualized and designed. Each discipline is anchored by NEBB Procedural Standards that provides guidelines for work to be performed. NEBB has also created technical manuals, training materials, and seminars to enhance and support each discipline. NEBB certified firms meet certain criteria, ensuring strict conformance to its high standards and procedures.
Southern California EBB Chapter of NEBB provides educational seminars, certification testing and support to industry professionals that use NEBB Certified Firms on their projects.
nebb certified firms provide
Testing, Adjusting and Balancing (TAB) of Environmental Systems
Building Systems Commissioning
Retro-Commissioning for Existing Buildings
Sound Measurement and Vibration Measurement
Building Enclosure Testing
Fume Hoods Testing
Cleanroom Performance Testing
NEBB is an approved Non-Residential Mechanical Acceptance Test Technician Certification Provider (ATTCP) for the State of California.
Eligibility in the NEBB program is open to all qualified individuals and firms. This includes contractors, consultants, engineering firms, and third party certifiers. There is no requirement to be a signatory to a union; NEBB accepts both union and non-union employers and technicians.
Participation in the Technician certification program is limited to persons who have at least three years of verifiable professional experience and expertise in mechanical controls and systems of the specific acceptance test as determined by NEBB.
NEBB provides a separate certification for each NRCA-MCH Form, allowing for a modular approach to certification for technicians and employers alike. Eighteen separate training programs have been developed; two programs address NRCA-MCH-02-A and 16 address each of the remaining Form.
For more information on certification thru NEBB, contact T24@NEBB.org.
For up-to-date information on the CEC Title 24 program go to: http://www.energy.ca.gov/title24/.
Every building, project or facility starts with one important document: specifications.
NEBB specifications deliver excellence to a project. When engineers and architects specify NEBB specifications in their projects, they are assured of value through NEBB's extensive experience and stringent requirements. NEBB specifications provide unparallelled value to a project.