Avoiding Mold in Federal Buildings
Chief Architect - U.S. General Services Administration
As part of the Design Excellence program of the Chief Architect of the Public Buildings Service of the U.S. General Services Administration, we were asked to create a series of symposium presentations for Architects, engineers, construction managers and property managers. The goal for these presentations was to help managers understand the risk factors for mold in buildings and to provide suggestions for design, construction and operation which can limit those risks. This brief extract from one of those one-hour symposia presentations provides a sample of Lew Harriman’s presentation style.
Drying Ventilation Air to Avoid Mold
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers
Each year, ASHRAE provides the members and the general public with a worldwide satellite broadcast to transfer technical information about current topics and best practices. This brief extract from the three-hour broadcast titled “Ventilation Air - Practical Solutions to Everyday Problems” shows Lew Harriman answering some of the questions which followed his 20-minute presentation.