Continuing Education Credits
How can design factors improve air quality for tenants? Join the Cross-Learning Alliance for a dinner lecture to learn about the fundamentals of proper ventilation design and methods used to improve indoor air quality. Presenters will explore the standards and frameworks that require air quality monitoring and discuss how buildings can meet these requirements using mechanical or passive design solutions.
This event will cover:
- Proper ventilation rates and methods
- Maintaining and monitoring indoor air quality in buildings
- LEED existing buildings on IEQ
- CO2 based monitoring
- Direct measurement of outdoor airflow
- What CO2 levels are appropriate?
- Demand-controlled ventilation setpoint
- Demand control ventilation design and issues
*As a Cross-Learning Alliance event, member prices are available to ASHRAE, AIA and Urban Green Members. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Professor of Practice, College of Engineering, The University of Georgia
Dr. Lawrence is the Mechanical Engineering program lead with the University of Georgia, and has 35+ years of professional experience. He spent the first 18 years in industry and after going back for his PhD at Purdue he has been at UGA since January 2004. He is the past chair of ASHRAE Technical Committee 2.8 and is a member of the committee that wrote and maintains ASHRAE Standard 189.1 for High Performance Green Buildings. As an ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer, he gives seminars on green building design at venues around the world. Dr. Lawrence was named an ASHRAE Fellow in 2016 and is a Director-at-Large on the Board of Directors for ASHRAE. Dr. Lawrence has a B.S. with Highest Distinction in Environmental Science from Purdue University (1978), a M.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Oregon State University (1982) and a second M.S. degree in Engineering Management from Washington University in 1989. He received a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University in the spring of 2004.