KLH Engineers Presents on Improving Indoor Air Quality in Kentucky’s Public Buildings
Kohrs Lonnemann Heil Engineers, Inc. (KLH Engineers) will present virtually in a Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) City EDvantage Session titled “Improving Indoor Air Quality in Kentucky’s Public Buildings” on Tuesday, Nov. 17, from 10-11 a.m. EST. As Americans spend 90 percent of their time indoors, being inside public spaces is now a source of anxiety as the COVID-19 pandemic has brought attention to how seriously airborne pathogens can impact our health. This free event will address best practices, planning strategies and technologies that can improve indoor air quality in public buildings. In addition, the session will look beyond the current pandemic and discuss the need to provide safe, clean and healthy public buildings for all citizens and public employees for decades to come.
KLC is a non-stock, nonprofit membership association serving over 380 Kentucky cities and municipal agencies.
Who should attend:
Mayors, housing authority directors, city managers, safety and risk managers, code enforcement officers, building inspectors, city commissioners and council members, facilities directors, finance personnel, building managers and city directors of specialized services and departments are recommended to attend.
Meet the Presenters from KLH Engineers:
With Kentucy-based offices in Ft. Thomas, Lexington and Louisville, KLH Engineers’ team of experts have extensive experience in the areas of indoor air quality and HVAC systems planning and design for public buildings, recreational facilities and public utility service offices, as well as legislative analysis, capital improvement planning and government budgeting procedures that help fund and implement publicly funded projects. Speakers include:
- Kris Schnitgen, PE, LEED AP, Principal and Senior Mechanical Engineer, who has 23 years of indoor air quality and HVAC systems planning and design experience for public buildings, hospitals, educational facilities and commercial office buildings.
- Chris Mehaffie, PE, MBA, SSGB, Civic Studio Director and Senior Mechanical Engineer, who has been designing mechanical systems for public buildings for nearly 10 years. His experience includes city administration buildings, recreation facilities, airport terminals and public utility services offices.
- Brian M. Bruggeman, Chief Client Officer, who oversees client relations and monitors public policy that impacts the construction industry. He has 22 years of experience in legislative analysis, capital improvement planning and government budgeting procedures that help fund and implement publicly funded projects.
Continuing Education Credits:
1 hour of City Officials Training Center credit and/or Training Incentive Program (House Bill 119) credit
There are no registration fees for this event. Click here to register.
KLH Engineers is nationally ranked among the top mechanical, electrical, plumbing and technology engineering firms. As a leader in the AEC industry, KLH leverages building information modeling (BIM) and advanced in-house technology to deliver innovative and value-driven solutions. KLH has experience in all 50 states and serves the civic, education, healthcare, hospitality, lifestyle, industrial, retail and workplace markets.