osprey building performance

Penelope Schwiebert

Penelope Schwiebert has been in organizational development in various capacities for the past 35 years, in fields from high-tech to health care and government.
Dr. Schwiebert received her Doctor of Philosophy emphasizing Organizational Development from the University of Idaho. She has been a graduate adjunct professor for Boise State University and University of Idaho. Her work in “lean” has lead organizations through large and small process improvements while demonstrating results. She has combined her expertise in nursing, consulting and building performance towards improving Indoor Air Quality. She is the president of both The Schwiebert Group, Inc., and Osprey Building Performance. 

Erwin Schwiebert

Erwin’s entrance into the Building Performance business is the most recent phase of a successful and exciting career. Erwin spent 5 years working in aerospace technology before joining the team at Hewlett Packard, where he spent 24 years. This experience lead him consulting work assisting small businesses improve the efficiency. Currently, Erwin is combining his physics, engineering, and educational backgrounds in order to improve a building’s performance and indoor air quality.  
He is the Treasurer of Osprey Building Performance, a Certified BPI Building Analyst and HERS Rater.  He has Masters Degrees in Physics, Electrical Engineering and Management of Technology. Erwin enjoys woodworking, building/remodeling houses, traveling, and spending time with his family. 

​​​The vision at Osprey Building Performance is to improve energy efficiency, maximizing indoor air quality and indoor environmental health
of homes and small commercial buildings.

Our Mission:
To consistently provide services that meet the 
quality, timeliness, and effectiveness expectations of our customers.

Jason developed his skills in the building industry working in commercial HVAC/Sheet metal for over 25 years and maintains his journeyman license. At Osprey Building Performance, he focuses on the importance of a strong building envelope with efficient and well-functioning mechanical systems, and controlled air movement to promote healthy indoor air quality both in small commercial and residential buildings. 
Jason is the Vice-President of Osprey Building Performance, as well as NCI Commercial Air Balancer, Certified BPI Building Analyst and RESNET Certified HERS Rater.
Jason is an active member of the Boise community. He is an outdoor enthusiast who, with his family enjoys taking advantage of Idaho’s vast recreational opportunities such as snowboarding, hiking, fishing, and hunting. 

​Jason Heaton