Green Buildings & Cognitive Function: A Fresh Air Study Review (Piedmont Triad Branch) | U.S. Green Building Council
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Seminar

Green Buildings & Cognitive Function: A Fresh Air Study Review (Piedmont Triad Branch)

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Starts On - May 18, 2017 - 5:30pm
Ends On - May 18, 2017 - 7:00pm
751 West 4th Street, Suite 200
Winston-Salem , NC 27101

Learn about the impact of indoor air on occupant health at this May 18 seminar.

Speaker Grant Warner of Southern Energy Management will review a 2015 case study during his presentation, "Green Buildings & Cognitive Function," that shows the negative impact of stale and polluted air and the increased benefits of using fresh air ventilation as it relates to the office work environment.

It focuses on the return of benefits (ROB) instead of return on investment (ROI). This study was conducted by Harvard School of Environmental Health, SUNY-Syracuse Medical School and Syracuse University.

Continuing education hours — Pending approval for AIA and GBCI CE hours

Parking — Gated parking is available at the rear of building at 4th and Broad. Gate Code 7510

Light refreshments will be served. Networking will be available after the event at Quanto Basta, 680 W. Fourth St.