Indoor Environmental Quality: Improving Health and Human Performance

June 26, 2005 |

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Learn how improvementsin indoor environmental quality may contribure to better health conditions for occupants of schools, offices, hospitals, and hotels by reducing irritants, VOCs, asthma triggers, and related health hazards. Our expert panel will also evaluate how worker productivity—fewer sick days, greater output, higher recruitment and retention—may also be positively affected by IEQ improvements.
Moderated by:

Rob Cassidy, Editor-in-Chief, Building Design & Construction Magazine
Webcast Faculty  
Vivian Loftness, FAIA

Chair, School of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh.

At CMU, she oversees the Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics, one of the premier IEQ research labs in the world.
William J. Fisk, P.E.

Staff Scientist and Group Leader in the Indoor Environment Program at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, one of the major U.S. Dept of Energy research labs. Bill is one of the most widely published experts in IEQ in the world.
Gregory Franta, FAIA

Principal with ENSAR Group, a Boulder, Colo., architecture and environmental design firm that specializes in green projects. Greg is active with the U.S. Green Building Council in the area of indoor environmental quality.


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