This presentation was delivered by Michael Berry, PhD, at the 2006 Simon Institute Symposium. In this presentation, Berry discusses the value of cleaning science; the effect of sick and mismanaged buildings; remediating the Frank Porter Graham building with a deep cleaning protocol and the findings from his 2006 publicly funded study of traditional housekeeping vs. the (OS1) cleaning process. That study evaluated traditional housekeeping methods vs. a high performance cleaning program over the span of three months at The University of North Carolina. It is also important to note that Berry also discusses key components of a high performance cleaning program in this presentation.
You can read the technical report on Traditional Housekeeping v. the (OS1) cleaning process here: UNC Technical Report. Also, for a read along companion to the presentation material, click here: Berry Symposium Presentation.