June Luncheon - Strategies for Returning to Work in a COVID-19 Environment 

Virtual FREE Event

(6/22/20/11:30AM/Online Meeting)

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Please join us for a Virtual Brownbag as Steve Straus, President of Glumac, discusses:

  • Understanding what ASHRAE tells us about the role HVAC systems play in protecting against COVID-19.                                                                                                                                                    
  • Learning what the viable options for improving air quality in your space are, and what methods are unproven.                                                                                                                                           
  • Learning how HEPA filtration impacts transmission and identifying what areas of your space are likely “hot-spots” for transmission.

Steve Straus is the President of Glumac, a sustainability-focused building engineering and commissioning firm, and a mechanical engineer with a focus on sustainable design, carrying a proven track record of actual energy costs below modeled estimates. A primary area of Steve’s focus is in the innovative and efficient design of higher education facilities and ensuring the delivery of great environments that enhance learning and productivity. Steve has worked on projects for various college campuses throughout the West Coast, including projects for the California State system, the University of California system, local community college districts, and private universities such as the University of Southern California, Stanford University, and the California Institute of TechnologySince 2017, Steve has led Glumac’s joining Tetra Tech, and established its High Performance Buildings Group. Working with Cosentini and Norman, Disney & Young, the High Performance Buildings Group is establishing an alliance of 1,500 engineers focused on the cutting edge of sustainable and resilient design in the built environment.

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