Understanding, Creating and Maintaining a Healthy Learning Environment

Approved for 1 AIA LU

Abstract:

This will be a case study into understanding how the COVID 19 Pandemic raised the awareness of how the important a buildings “health” really is.  The presentation shall show the collaborative effort indicating how the H&W assessment helped raised the owner’s perspectives.

It will go through the entire process: Audit assessment, findings, decisions made, and implementation of corrections requiring measurement and verification. The presentation will illustrate, how the assessment and implementation created a better learning environment.

Learning Objectives:

  • How understanding that planning, hard work and communication are the key ingredients to a successful project.
  • Discuss what the initial audit & the retro commissioning uncovered & how to that guided the process/project!
  • How this project has changed the owner’s outlook on energy and the buildings health & Wellness based projects, and how to proceed going forward.
  • Describe any lessons learned from the process that would have made the project better.

Sponsored by:

Multiaqua is committed to creating innovative air conditioning products that has made them one of the most respected organizations in the industry. From concept to market, Multiaqua takes a hands-on approach to ensure that each and every step meets our stringent standards of quality, durability and dependability.

Date

Dec 01 2022

Time

2:00 pm

Speaker

  • Al LaPera
    Al LaPera
    CxA, EMP, LEED AP, TLC Engineering

    With 42 years of professional experience, Al has worked on a broad range of building types, including educational, healthcare, and commercial facilities. He is well versed in the design and analysis of HVAC systems and providing engineering services, including planning, analysis and construction observation from project inception through construction administration. His engineering expertise focuses on systems commissioning, energy analysis and energy auditing.