ASHRAE South Carolina Chapter welcomes AIAGC to the following lecture by Kishor Khankari to be held at Still Hopes from 6:00-7:00 on April 16:

Airflow Management for Healthcare Facilities 

GBCI Approved | 1 CE Hour | 0920010407
AIA Approved | 1 LU | KHANKARI05

Air is the primary carrier of heat, moisture, and contaminants in health care facilities such as patient rooms, isolation rooms, and operating rooms. The flow path of supply air plays an important role in determining the air velocities, air temperatures, concentration of contaminants, and path of airborne pathogens in these spaces. These factors in turn determine thermal comfort of occupants, indoor air quality, and potential for transmission of airborne pathogens. This presentation will focus on the importance of HVAC configuration on airflow distribution and flow path of airborne contaminants in patient rooms and operating rooms. In addition, this presentation will cover the applications of active chilled beams, radiant heating and cooling, and displacement ventilation in patient rooms.sti-campusmap_directions_rev2_1752821071



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Registration is now live for AIASC’s second annual mini-conference focused on Resilience. This year’s theme: From the Blue Ridge to the Coast will present a series of speakers that address environmental and design issues affecting practitioners across the state. Our keynote speaker is Laura Lesniewski, a Principal at BNIM Architects. Laura led the design team efforts on the Missouri Department of Conservation’s Anita B. Gorman Discovery Center in Kansas City, a public/ private partnership that features the first Living Machine™ in the State of Missouri and she was project manager for the Lewis and Clark State Office Building, a LEED Platinum project. Her other, significant work includes the Omega Center for Sustainable Living, the first Living Building and LEED Platinum certified building in the world. In her session Resiliency and Interdependence, she will discuss resilient design principals inspired by natural systems that promote shared diversity and interdependence. We hope you’ll make plans to join us for an exciting day of presentations and discussions on this important topic. Register today!

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Register now for the AIAGC January Monthly Membership Meeting & Seminar:

Generation Z – The Connected Generation

Wednesday, January 16
12 noon – 1pm


Seminar synopsis:
In this course, you will learn about the characteristics, behaviors, influences and values of Generation Z as well as the impact and implications they will have on the workplace. The course explains the genesis of Generation Z’s unique view on technology. It will also point to some key factors to attracting and retaining Gen Zs in the workplace.

Seminar and Lunch:
$10 for AIAGC Members
$20 for Non-members

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Midlands YLG Holiday Party

Thursday, December 13 | 6-8pm | The Grand Taproom, Columbia, SC


Join ULI SC Midlands YLGs, as well as AIA and ASCE, for the Holiday Party on December 13 at The Grand Taproom.

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