Going green with building certifications like LEED, WELL, and Energy Star can be a significant step towards reaching net zero carbon emission goals, but ESD, now Stantec Energy Engineer Matthew Zweibruck says don’t stop there. (Learn more about the FacilitiesNet summit.)
After almost two years of pandemic shutdowns, building designers, owners, and operators are looking for ways to make the return to offices safer and healthier for occupants. Improving air handling systems plays a key role.
ESD Senior Managing Director Mehdi Jalayerian will be presenting “Ventilation Systems Strategies to Improve Indoor Air Quality and Occupant Health” at an upcoming summit focused on achieving operational excellence in facilities. During his presentation, Jalayerian will review ventilation systems strategies to improve the effectiveness of the HVAC systems at the primary air systems level as well as the air distribution at the occupied zone. The session will focus on solutions that fulfill the objective of improving occupant health and safety while maintaining economic performance for buildings.
Hosted by FacilitiesNet, registration for the virtual event on February 16 is open and free to all fnPrime members.
As Senior Managing Director, Mehdi Jalayerian regularly shares his knowledge about major high-rise and supertall buildings, convention and hotel facilities, and educational/government projects to promote ESD’s mission to improve society through the built environment.
Reach out to Mehdi if you would like further assistance in better understanding how to optimize HVAC system configurations and air distribution methods in high-rise offices.