This week on IAQ Radio we welcome John Lapotaire who just last month became President of the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA). IAQA has had its ups and downs recently and we look forward to hearing from him about the strategic vision for the future. We also want to hear more about his thoughts on Florida’s mold licensing program and the state of the IAQ and mold industry in general. John has an outspoken opinions on these and other issues we look forward to the interview.
John, together with his wife Lydia, have owned and operated Orlando, Florida based Indoor Air Quality Solutions, since 2001. John is a Building Envelope & Indoor Environment Consultant specializing in building product failure investigations, forensic water intrusion investigations, and building envelope failure investigations for commercial and residential structures. John and his wife Lydia also provide indoor environmental assessments and mold & odor investigations.
John has presented to many professional organizations on subjects that include Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation, Building Envelope Failures Investigations, Indoor Environmental Assessments, Green Building and IAQ, LEED Buildings and IAQ, and Reducing VOC’s in New Construction. In addition to being the new IAQA President, John has volunteered on committees for the AIHA, NAHB, USGBC, ACAC and NADCA. LEARN MORE this week on IAQ Radio!