There’s no shortage of work for a budding auditor to attend to! Megan, one of the registrars at the MCA, just sent me through the following, which starts in under two hours!
3.1 Lessons learned from Kenmore ‘s Geothermal HVAC System, 2007-2010
Australian Institute for Conservation of Cultural Material NSW Division and Association for Preservation Technology Australia Chapter presents Lessons learned from Kenmore’s Geothermal HVAC System, 2007-2010 with Rebekah Wood, Director of Architectural Restoration, The George Washington Foundation, Fredricksburg , Virginia USA .
This talk gives insights into the challenges of implementing a geothermal heating, ventilating, and air conditioning system at Kenmore, a historic house museum managed by the George Washington Foundation in Virginia , USA . It includes an overview of the system’s components and year-round operations. The talk also reviews the operation of the system over the past three years in order to put into practice a relaxed standard of environmental controls developed for historic house museums in order to safely balance the environmental needs of the historic building, the collections contained within, and the physical comfort of human visitors.
When: 5.30pm for 6pm-7pm, Thursday 8 July
Where: Australian National Maritime Museum, Ground Floor Boardroom, Wharf 7 Building, Pyrmont
Contact: RSVP to http://www.icssydney.com.au/form.php?fid=48
Further information here…
my report on attending this talk is here…