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Integrated Design: The Role of Indoor Environmental Quality, Thermal Energy and Building Science in Architecture
Uponor North America is proud to host a five-part webinar series to help you better understand integrated design based on human factors. Following the series you will be able to explain why conservation of energy and efficiency should not be the prime focus but rather a product of achieving the desired indoor environment. This webinar series is hosted by Robert Bean founder of Indoor Climate Consultants Inc.

May 14, 2020 12 PM CDT: An introduction to IEQ and the Built Environment

May 21, 2020 12 PM CDT: Indoor Air Quality

May 28, 2020 12 PM CDT: Indoor Thermal Quality

June 4, 2020 12 PM CDT: Indoor Thermal Quality

June 11, 2020 12 PM CDT: Architecture and Energy

Learning objectives - https://uponorna.info/2WsM84x

This webinar series is PDH eligible, please make sure to fill out the survey following each webinar to receive your certificate.

It is encouraged for you to attend each session, as the learnings will build from week-to-week. Please select the following dates to attend. Note that if you are signed up but unable to attend, the content will be sent directly to you to avoid missing any valuable content before the next week’s session.
You can choose to attend one or more of the following webinars.


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Robert Bean
Founder @Indoor Climate Consultants Inc.
Robert Bean is director of www.healthyheating.com, and founder of Indoor Climate Consultants Inc. He is a retired engineering technology professional (ASET and APEGA) who specialized in the design of indoor environments and high-performance building systems. Bean is a third term ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer, recipient of the Lou Flagg Award, Distinguished Service Award, and instructor for the ASHRAE Learning Institute. He has authored many papers, articles, and course curriculums and serves on numerous technical committees related to indoor environmental quality, building, and energy systems. His motto is, "Design for people, good buildings follow."