Terry M. Brennan

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. Recent 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.
Acknowledged in Time magazine as being "generally regarded as one of the top 'building
scientists' in the country," Terry M. Brennan has been studying buildings since the early 1970s.
He is president of Camroden Associates Inc., a research, consulting, and training company. He
has been a member of the Board since 1997.