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Workshop on design parameters for ventilation systems

From: Mike Mecklenburg <mike>
Date: Thursday, May 13, 2004
RESTORE Workshop on Design Parameters for Ventilation Systems: The
    Basics That Every Architect, Engineer, Project Manager, Cultural
    Resource Manager and Contractor Must Know
Center For Architecture
536 LaGuardia Place, New York, NY
Thursday, June 24, 2004

To Architects, Engineers, Project Managers, Cultural Resource
Managers, and Contractors:

RESTORE will present a one-day Workshop on Design Parameters for
Ventilation Systems that will be held Thursday, June 24, 2004 in the
Lecture Hall at the Center For Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place,
New York, NY 10012.

For an on-line application form and more information, please visit
<URL:> and follow the Workshops link
or call RESTORE at 212-749-1800.

This RESTORE workshop will address a subject that is of great
importance to architects, engineers, project managers and cultural
resource managers. Topics covered concerning this critical issue
will include: design parameters for ventilation systems, principles
of industrial ventilation, natural ventilation and recirculating
ventilation; as well as, industry and government standards for
ventilation systems.

Monona Rossol, a member of the RESTORE faculty since 1981 and the
leading authority on the health and environmental hazards inherent
in architectural preservation, will present the workshop.  Ms.
Rossol has served as a consultant to a number of major institutions,
including the J. Paul Getty Conservation Laboratory, Boston's School
of the Museum of Fine Arts and the Chicago Field Museum. Ms. Rossol
is a member of a group of scientists that is writing guidelines to
address the toxicity issues at Ground Zero in New York City. Ms.
Rossol has taught and lectured throughout North America, as well as
abroad, and is a noted, award-winning author on this complex

The workshop will begin at 9:00 am and will end at 5:30 pm with a
break for lunch.  The cost for the workshop is $225 and participants
will be eligible for 7 AIA Continuing Education Credits in Health
Safety and Welfare.

    2565 Broadway, No. 505
    New York NY 10025
    Fax: 212-749-7884

    Jan C. K. Anderson, President
    jckanderson [at] restoretraining__org

    Mike Mecklenburg, Project Director
    mike [at] restoretraining__org

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Received on Thursday, 13 May, 2004

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