GREENovation: Stimulate and Enhance Your Building's IEQ
GREENovation: Stimulate and Enhance Your Building’s IEQ

GREENovation: Stimulate and Enhance Your Building’s IEQ

4.17 out of 5 based on 12 customer ratings
(12 customer reviews)


Product Description

Humans spend the majority of their time inside buildings, be it homes, schools, offices, or shopping malls. Therefore, the quality of indoor air is critical to human health and can even impact outdoor air quality, depending on the type of building ventilation system. The concept of Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) also addresses comfort and healthy living for building occupants. This course looks at advanced strategies, methods, and techniques that can be used to enhance the indoor air quality and ambiance of a building. In addition, the course also looks at technological tools to simulate and enhance IEQ, such as daylighting modeling, CFD analysis, and BIM. The green building case studies included in the course provide real world examples of implemented strategies. The course also looks at LEED v4 enhancements to IEQ standards and implementation strategies.




12 reviews for GREENovation: Stimulate and Enhance Your Building’s IEQ

  1. 4 out of 5


    Lots of information presented clearly.

  2. 4 out of 5


    there are so many talking points in some slides so that you can’t remember

  3. 4 out of 5


    good data but maybe give case study to show how it works is better,

  4. 4 out of 5


    Checklists and technics are great. Tanks

  5. 5 out of 5


    Very informational and great presentation. It touches on many aspects of the subject matter.

  6. 4 out of 5



  7. 4 out of 5


    good over view

  8. 4 out of 5


    useful introduction

  9. 4 out of 5


    Very good

  10. 5 out of 5


    Good Job

  11. 4 out of 5


    The course presents complete and effective overview of IEQ issues.
    The logical path is clear.

    The first part is based on design concepts and helps participants to understand main elements of IEQ design about solar and natural lighting. The proposal of checklist seems to be very useful to analyze deeply e methodologically design strategies

    The second part presents relevant tools to performance IEQ analysis, by providing some general information to understand, for each tool mentioned, some general features. This part seems to be less effective than the others, since a specific comparison of the different tools requires to go deep in the analysis. I suggest to who is interested in this topic, to perform a proper research before selecting a specific tool.

    The third part seems to be the most comprehensive, and treats IAQ during construction phase, in terms of procedures and materials used.
    A specific section of the course is dedicated to Commissioning process, by introducing approach and process steps to follow. This part is less related specifically to IEQ requirements and inlcude also elements from other topics

    Last part of the course included some case studies, helpful to see and understand in practice the contents of the sessions.

    In general I suggest to attend to this course to define a complete picture about IEQ during the whole building process (design – concept and analysis – and construction), by providing some interesting hints for professionals.

  12. 4 out of 5


    This course covers significant concepts critical for sustainable buildings. Analysing the importance of indoor air quality issues the course further focuses on the importance of commissioning activities; the last (commissioning activities) should be referenced in the course description, as he current course description does not indicate such extensive reference to commissioning. Although one would claim that commissioning lies beneath high IEQ, still commissioning is a clear, “stand-alone” activity for sustainable LEED projects. The case studies as well as references to the importance of the topics analysed for existing buildings in addition to new ones provide a comprehensive understanding of the concept of IEQ.

Add a review