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Residential Basement Symposium

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7:30 a.m.  Event Open/Engagement Opportunities
Augusta/Capitol/Pine Rooms - Upstairs North Wing

  • Registration and credit sign-in

  • Visit with the sponsors

  • Learning Stations

  • Continental breakfast

  • Networking


8:30 a.m.     Education Session #1: 


Healthy IAQ Starts at the Bottom

Room:  Augusta/Capitol/Pine room

Steven Caulfield, P.E., CIH - Turner Building Science & Design, Harrison, ME

9:30 a.m.  Networking & Learning Stations

10:15 a.m.   Education Session #2: 


Building a Healthy Basement

Room:  Augusta/Capitol/Pine Room

David Johnston, Retired Builder & Adjunct Professor CMCC, Gorham, ME

11:15 a.m. Transfer Break

11:30 a.m.  Education Session #3:

A:  Basement Pests & IAQ

      Room:  Augusta/Capitol/Pine room

       Jeffrey May, May Indoor Air Investigations, Tyngsborough, MA

B:  Radon in Maine:  The Data, Our Health, and What Maine is Doing to Reduce Our Risk
     Room:  York Room

        Jonathan Dyer, Radon Coordinator, Maine Radiation Control Program,
    Augusta, ME


12:30 p.m.   Lunch, Networking, Guided Lunch Table Discussion Groups

                    Augusta/Capitol/Pine Rooms


1:30 p.m.    Education Session #4


A:  Mold & Asbestos

       Room: Augusta/Capitol/Pine Rooms
       Erin Bouttenot, Northeast Laboratory Services, Westbrook, ME

       Chris Lewis, Safe Environmental Solutions, Gorham, ME

B:  DO NO HARM: How to Holistically Improve an Existing Basement

     Room:  York Room

     Jon Riley, Casco Bay Insulation, Westbrook, ME


2:30 p.m.    Networking & Table Talks


3:30 p.m. - Education Session #5

Thinking Outside (Below) the Box - Basement Indoor Air Quality Problems & Solutions

                 Augusta/Capitol/Pine Room

                Nikki Kruger, Director of Marketing & Building Science
                Santa Fe Indoor Air Quality Solutions, Madison, WI


 4:30 p.m.    Adjourn


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