Terry M. Brennan
Terry is a building scientist and educator. He is on the editorial boards of Environmental
Building News and Heating Piping and Air Conditioning Magazine. He currently chairs the
U.S.A.C.E committee developing new air leakage protocols. Past work includes consulting
on a research project to restore three homes in the Seventh Ward of New Orleans after
Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, teaching healthy housing courses for the National Center for
Healthy Housing and working on a research project to study unplanned airflows in
commercial buildings in New York State. He is a member of ASHRAE 62.2 Ventilation and
Air Quality Committee and served as consultant to the National Academy of Sciences
Committee on Dampness and Health in Buildings. He holds a Bachelors degree in Physics
and a Masters degree in Environmental Studies.
Camroden Associates, Inc.
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7240 E. Carter Rd.
Westmoreland, NY 13490
Mike conducts many of the building investigations performed by Camroden Associates.
He has served as Project Manager and Investigator on numerous projects sponsored by
clients such as the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the New York
State Energy Research and Development Authority.
Mike is a former Marine Aviation Electronic Technician who served the Corps for 9 years
(1971-80, Semper Fi Brothers and Sisters).
When not rummaging around in buildings, Mike obviously enjoys fishing. The fish pictured
here is a Chinook salmon caught in the Salmon River at Port Ontario, NY. For any fishers
interested, the salmon run during September and October. Steelhead, brown and rainbow
trout, northern pike, bass and many other species can also be caught throughout the year
in the river.
Mike's Curriculum Vitae