Healthy spaces with superior indoor environmental quality is quickly becoming key to the success of contemporary projects and has recently become the focus of re-entry in a post-COVID world.
This course is an introduction to the RESET Air for Commercial Interior and RESET Air for Core & Shell Certification Standards. Attendees will receive an overview of the importance of healthy indoor air quality (IAQ), culprits of indoor pollutants and what it takes to deploy a reliable IAQ monitoring program inclusive of hardware, software and continuing maintenance and operations.
The course will also show how RESET Air certification can help contribute to other building programs, leveraging IAQ data for multiple uses and to help advance our understanding of viral transmission potential in the built environment.
1. Understand the history, background and intent of the RESET Air Certification Standards (Commercial Interiors and Core & Shell).
2. Explain the main culprits of poor IAQ and have sufficient knowledge to explain the potentially harmful effects on human health.
3. Understand the entire ecosystem and requirements necessary for a proper continuous monitoring program.
4. See case studies where data from the building helped avoid major challenges.
Anjanette is the co-author and Director of Standards Development for RESET, the world's first standard and certification program utilizing continuous monitoring data to measure the health performance of the built environment. Anjanette consulted on the first certified RESET Air projects in the world and has been on the forefront of research and critical analysis of the health and well-being of building occupants for the better part of her career.
With over 17 years of experience in sustainable architecture and design, Anjanette has served on the advisory boards and peer review groups for domestic and internationally recognized green building certification programs including USGBC’s LEED, ILFI’s LBC and LPC, Fitwel and IWBI’s WELL.
As a practiced materials analyst, Anjanette has advised a wide spectrum of global manufacturers on both single and multi-attribute material certification projects, assessing ingredients in supply chains in an effort to remove culprit chemicals that contribute to poor health and unhealthy indoor air quality (IAQ).
Anjanette is a Living Product Assessor and third-party Verifier for the International Living Future Institute; an elite group of experts working with some of today’s most challenged sectors to bring healthier products to market.
She has authored and contributed to HPDs, EPDs, Living Products, numerous Declare labels, and international PCRs.
In 2018 she was a recipient of the Living Building Challenge’s prestigious Hero Award for her contributions to the International Living Building Institute.