The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed that people can become infected with COVID-19 through airborne transmission. The risk increases in enclosed spaces with inadequate ventilation. As a result HVAC and air filtration have become more important than ever in the current defense strategy for infection control. Facilities professionals have to address many questions. What level of filter does my building need? How often do I need to change the filter? How much outside air should I bring into the building? How do I clean HVAC ductwork?
Get answers to all your questions and discuss HVAC best practices with our panel of HVAC specialists and your peers. Our 2-hour interactive format provides plenty of time to get your questions answered and offer input on what is in place and working with your building.
Director Mission Critical Services, Horizon Engineering Associates, LLP
Glenn Cattell is a Director of Mission Critical Services and a Certified Commissioning Professional (CCP) with 25 years of experience in a wide range of facility types including commercial, higher education, residential and industrial.
Carl leads Stan Tec's Mid-Atlantic healthcare engineering design team. Focusing on the carbon footprint of the built environment, Carl's energy research complements his system designs. He has developed energy-conserving designs for both new and renovation healthcare projects.
Director of Energy Operations, AECOM
Jerry is responsible for project development and client account management for AECOM's energy efficiency services in existing buildings. Increasingly this work is powered by data-driven solutions. Before joining AECOM, Jerry was a partner in a Chicago-based energy consulting firm focused on strategic solutions, energy efficiency, and LEED consulting.