Since the start of the pandemic, ABM teams have been working closely with facilities executives to create strategies and deploy plans to help keep people safe from viral spread. With ​research now suggesting that COVID-19 droplets may remain in the air and could be a primary source of transmission, the ​conversation has expanded to indoor air quality. What we hear in one-on-ones with executives is that the inherent complexities, costs, and data gaps associated with indoor air quality raise a consistent set of concerns. There is much to learn in how facilities and their engineering teams are gathering and using information to establish a strategic approach tailored to their buildings and industry.

 

 

JohnnyGreig

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