Over eight weeks of early Tuesday morning conversations, industry experts presented an overview of a specific COVID-19 mitigation topic, through a sustainability lens. The conversations with attendees that followed addressed issues like what building owners are asking for, which solutions are proving most effective, and how these strategies measure up against various sustainability imperatives.
To close the conversation series, we are bringing back all of our industry expert presenters for a final 90-minute discussion. Dr. Allen will begin with an introductory 15-minute presentation to set the stage for over an hour of discussion with the previous presenters and the building engineering and design community at large. Please join us as we debate the merits of various COVID-19 mitigation strategies, their sustainability impacts, and suggestions for moving forward addressing health and sustainability in the built environment.
This Panel Will Feature…
Air Filtration: John Swift, Principal, Buro Happold Engineering
Fresh Air: Patrick Murphy, Director of Sustainable Design, Vanderweil Engineers
Humidity Control: Nora McCawley, Mechanical Engineer, Buro Happold Engineering
Pressurization: Paul Tsang, Director of Engineering, Jacobs
UV Light: Eric Edman, Senior Associate, BR+A Consulting Engineers
Air Monitoring: Kathleen Hetrick, Sr. Sustainability Engineer, Buro Happold Engineering
Antimicrobials: Monica Nakielski, Dir., Sustainability and Enviro. Health, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
Cleaning Practices: Tim Conway, Vice President Sustainability, Shaw Industries