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Indoor Air Quality: Design and Construction for Schools (AIA# TCEDCS) (4 credit hours/4 HSW Hours)
In this 4 hour course, you will learn about proper IAQ design and construction for schools. Section 1 discusses indoor air quality issues from the preliminary design phase. Section 2 examines indoor air quality problems and potential sources of contamination that originate from either outdoors or indoors. Section 3 concerns the HVAC system. Section 4 reviews moisture and mold control. Section 5 discusses preventative job-site construction practices that are intended to reduce the potential for residual problems with indoor air quality in the completed building.
Robert Clewis
Understand indoor air quality problems and seek to eliminate potential sources of contamination that originate from outdoors as well as indoors.
 
Understand the importance of how an HVAC system maintains good indoor air quality and provide thermal comfort, two key requirements for high performance schools.
 
Understand how moisture can trigger the growth of mold that can not only damage the school facility, but can lead to health and performance problems for students and staff.
 
Learn preventive job-site practices that will reduce the potential for residual problems with indoor air quality in the completed building and reduce undue health risks for workers.

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