This program provides an overview of how sustainable restroom design can address the global concerns of water shortages and the impacts of the building sector on our environment. We identify the newest technologies in high-efficiency restroom fixtures including how to choose water-saving products and the practical, economic, and environmental benefits of high-speed, energy-efficient hand dryers versus paper towels. We discuss how these products can contribute points toward LEED v4 and other green building standards
In his current role, he is charged with sales functions, client relationship management and gathering and conveying customer needs to guide product development with a particular emphasis on understanding the specification process — from putting products on the radar of architects who specify to the end result of contractors and builders who execute such plans. Paul is instrumental in guiding Excel Dryer’s thought leadership, networking and brainstorming with leading architectural influencers through affiliations with the AIA, IDEC, ASID and the USGBC. Additionally, Paul seeks to make products more accessible for specification by bringing them to the forefront of architect’s attention.
He holds a BA and a BS degree from WSU and obtained his MA in Economics from Northeastern University