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LEED's Air Quality Testing

Thursday, December 6, 2018
LEED's Air Quality Testing

 

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Chris Schneider

Providing acceptable indoor air quality for and after a construction project requires significant planning and understanding of potential issues. 1Source Safety and Health can provide assistance in the development of plans to ensure acceptable indoor air quality whether or not you are requesting EQ Credits for LEED's certification.

Please feel free to e-mail me and we can set aside some time to discuss how 1Source Safety and Health can assist you with LEED's Air Quality Testing.

Sincerely,
Chris Schneider, CIH, President


LEED's Air Quality Testing

LEED's Air Quality Testing

Providing acceptable indoor air quality for occupants and workers during and after a construction project requires significant planning and understanding of potential issues. The process begins with the identification of potential issues prior to and before any construction starts in order to develop strategies that will prove to be successful.

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Indoor Air Quality Assessment

Indoor Air Quality Assessment

To establish better quality indoor air in the building after construction and during occupancy. Select one of the following two options, to be implemented after construction ends and the building has been completely cleaned. All interior finishes, such as millwork, doors, paint, carpet, acoustic tiles, and movable furnishings (e.g., workstations, partitions), must be installed, and major VOC punch list items must be finished. The options cannot be combined.

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