Video: Preserving the World’s Art and Artifacts through Existing Building Cx

A review of the EBCx process in stabilizing temperature and relative humidity in gallery spaces.

Video Courtesy: CxEnergy 2017

Presenters: Ryan Lean, P.E., LEED AP, CCP, CBCP, CEA & Molly Dee, LEED GA, WELL AP of Jaros, Baum & Bolles

Abstract: Installing a cutting-edge HVAC system goes a long way in successfully controlling temperature and relative humidity in any space, but complications may still arise. The Brooklyn Museum, one of the oldest and largest museums in the US, experienced the challenges associated with gallery climate control following a phased renovation project. To diagnose the cause of unstable temperature and relative humidity in gallery spaces, an EBCx process was successfully implemented on their gallery HVAC systems.

This presentation was part of the technical program for CxEnergy 2017, the premier conference & expo for building commissioning, energy management and testing professionals. Save the date for CxEnergy 2018 on April 23-26 in Las Vegas, NV. CSE readers get 10% discount on registration (use promo code: CSE10). For more information, visit www.CxEnergy.com. To access a PDF copy of this presentation, visit the 2017 ACG Research & Document Library.

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