It is that time of year here in Tucson when the humidity spikes from the monsoons rolling in. Usual ventilation rates are not noticeable till the temps climb to 110 or it rains. Then you have an office or classroom that is no longer comfortable at the 75 degree setting. Occupants change the setting usually to 73 if they are conservative or 59 if they dont really care.
I know that a dedicated OSA unit would be ideal but in a few weeks everybody will forget about the temporary "hot and humid" spell and readjust their stats to 75.
When the complaints start rolling in do you shut the dampers for a while or let them bump the stats down?
Whats your spiel about IAQ and ASHRAE sound like?