Session Number: PR-13
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Indoor Air Quality and How Ventilation is Critical to Improving the Human Condition in the Built Environment
Nick Agopian - Vice President Sales & Marketing
Renewaire - Waunakee, Wisconsin
About this Program:
As we continue to build tighter, more heavily insulated homes, we are learning that significant levels of air pollutants can be trapped inside. With Americans spending approximately 90 percent of their time indoors where the air quality can be up to five times worse than outdoor air, we must design effective ventilation systems with trusted, accurate product performance. Presenter will explain why you should be concerned and what you can do to ensure healthier homes, including selecting certified ventilation products.
About the Presenter:
Nick Agopian is Vice President of Sales and Marketing at RenewAire, a pioneer in enhancing indoor air quality in every type of home and building through high-efficiency, enthalpic-core, static-plate Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERVs). With over 30 years of HVAC and energy-recovery experience, Agopian sets the company’s strategic vision, leads all sales and marketing efforts and manages a comprehensive team of regional sales directors, technical sales support staff, commissioned manufacturers’ representatives, wholesale distributors and marketers.
Prior to joining RenewAire in 2014, Agopian held high-level positions at several top HVAC corporations, where he expanded his robust industry knowledge and expertise. He was Vice President of Business Development at Circul-Aire, Inc., Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Dectron Internationale and President and General Manager at SEMCO, a Fläkt Woods company. In all those executive roles, he oversaw multiple global sales offices, established new distribution networks, furthered product innovations and drove consistent revenue growth.
Agopian is extremely involved in the engineering and HVAC communities. He’s an active member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) since 1983, where he sits on numerous technical committees.
Program Level: Basic
Content Area(s): Building Design & Construction (including Green), Occupant Health/Medical Issues, Energy Efficiency, High Performance Buildings