Each month since April 2020 the Central Virginia Construction Specification Institute Chapter has hosted online seminars to promote communication within the industry. This important task of sharing information, having discussions, and learning from each other is the core reason CSI exists, to build a stronger industry. This month we are thrilled to welcome Chris Shifflett, PE, CHFM, LEED AP to discuss how post-pandemic indoor air quality will be viewed, understood, and controlled.
April 21, 2021
Noon – 1:00 P.M. EST
1 AIA HSW
Summary: This session will consist of the following topics: Overview of air cleaning technologies, most common and widely used technologies (UV light and Bi-polar ionization), Filtration (MERV & HEPA), code required minimum ventilation, and ASHRAE and CDC recommendations.
Chris joined Blauch Brothers in 2017 and is currently the Mechanical Engineering manager. Before Blauch, he has a diverse background in HVAC and plumbing industries. He has held positions such as pipefitter, MEP consulting engineer, health care facility engineer, and professional engineer for other mechanical contractors. Through his past experience with health care facilities, indoor air quality focus is nothing new to him.