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Design Implications of COVID-19 and Indoor Air Quality
Several months into the global COVID-19 pandemic, there remain many questions about how exactly the virus spreads. As businesses and schools begin reopening, architects, engineers, and building managers are seeking a deeper understanding of its transmission in relation to indoor air quality. AIA Atlanta and AIA Georgia have brought together a panel of experts to address building occupant health and safety, including virus transmission, current concerns, best practices, and the future of interior design for offices and multi-tenant buildings. They have extended the invitation to this webinar to their colleagues here in North Carolina.
Learning Units: 1 HSW
Cost: $37.50 for Members
$52.50 for Non-Members
Use the link that will be provided to you after you check out and also in a confirmation email.
At the end of the class, you will find a link to a short survey below the video in the description that we ask you to please complete. We will use that information to report your continuing education credits. You may watch this video as many times as you need, but please only take the survey at the end once. (Please note- we will only report credits once for each registered participant.)
All On-Demand credits will be reported within 14 days of the following month.
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