IEQ: Planning for a Variable Future

January 20, 2022

The pandemic has put an intense focus on the quality of our indoor environment and especially on improving indoor air quality. Society’s values with respect to wellbeing and the dynamics of public spaces have changed. This means that buildings and occupants will have different needs for the complete built environment – improving indoor air quality, lighting, acoustics, and thermal comfort -- going forward.
Register to learn about how Indoor Environmental Quality is expected to change, how buildings can support healthier and optimized indoor experiences for the long term, and emerging technologies and standards that will factor into future designs.


Your path to healthier spaces with Trane

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand that IEQ is more than just IAQ
  • Learn about why IAQ is important beyond mitigating pathogen transmission
  • Discover how to design building systems that can adapt to dynamic occupancy
  • Find out how to stay up-to-speed on the latest in emerging technology and standards for IEQ

Meet the Speakers

Jeff Wiseman
Indoor Air Quality Portfolio Leader
Trane Commercial North America

As the Indoor Air Quality Portfolio Leader for Trane, Jeff leads the development and execution of Trane’s product growth strategy, investment priorities and strategic practices for developing and launching best in class IAQ offerings to address our customers’ indoor environment challenges now and beyond the pandemic. Jeff has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of South Florida and an MBA from Xavier University’s Williams College of Business.

Scott Huffmaster
Healthy Spaces Sales Leader
Trane Commercial North America

As the Healthy Spaces Sales Leader at Trane, Scott Huffmaster is responsible for leading Trane’s indoor environmental quality (IEQ) efforts for the United States and Canada. This includes Trane’s Wellsphere™ initiative, a holistic approach to building wellness that cultivates healthier indoor spaces by enhancing air quality, lighting, and acoustics. Scott helps customers achieve customized, healthy spaces while aligning with Trane’s strategic mission and objectives. Scott holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Texas.

Ron Cosby
Thermal Systems and Technology Leader
Trane Commercial North America

As the Thermal Systems and Technology Leader at Trane, Ron Cosby is responsible for overseeing the company’s technological developments for Commercial HVAC products and services. In his current position, he helps to apply his expertise in indoor air quality to assess commercial air systems components and offerings to ensure proper humidity levels, enhanced ventilation, and air cleaning for customers. He earned his bachelor’s degree in aeronautical and astronautical engineering from Purdue University and went on to earn his master’s in mechanical engineering from Purdue University.

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