Educating Through a Pandemic & Beyond

Steps to take to improve the air quality in your classrooms.

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Live Webinar

Tuesday, May 25th, 2021

10 am CDT

As educators, school administrators,  buildings and groundskeepers, you've already become the experts in Layered Risk Reduction Strategy: reducing exposure, enforcing mask wearing, and creating adequate distancing -- all while providing a safe and productive learning environment. But, are your facilities ready for a post-COVID learning environment? 

Join us for a live webinar to discuss tactics that can help improve your school's test scores, reduce absenteeism, and minimize the spread of air-borne infectious diseases in the classroom.

In this webinar, you will learn... 

  • How testing classrooms for elevated CO2 can determine how well your school's HVAC system is meeting the intent of the ventilation code.
  • Actionable steps to take to maximize your current system’s ability to reduce re-breathe rates and  prevent transference of airborne diseases.
  • Investing in long-term strategies with the CARES Act for the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER Fund) to address deferred maintenance and improving HVAC deficiencies.

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About the Hosts:

Chad Siems

Environmental Specialist

There’s never a dull moment where you’re an Industrial Hygienist. I help my clients resolve a variety of building issues including indoor air quality, asbestos, methamphetamine contamination (e.g. former meth houses/labs), sick buildings, mold, radon and lead-based paints. These problems arise during renovation, remodels and new construction. Each situation is unique and requires a timely solution. I enjoy the challenge and reward of designing creative environmental solutions that meet my clients’ specific needs and schedule.

Because these building issues have the potential to impact a number of people and their health, it’s important that I am accessible, regardless of the time of day or week, to answer questions or aide in the completion of a project. I like being there for my clients because it helps and reassures them.


Ted Krausman

Mechanical Engineer

As a registered mechanical engineer, Ted has the ability to assist an owner throughout the entire design and construction process.  His experience in the design of HVAC and plumbing systems in both new construction and renovation projects include developing cost opinions, design and document setup and construction oversight.  He also has extensive knowledge of control systems for educational and government facilities.

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