Trends & Directions Jul 2, 2020

Maintaining Occupant Safety After Long-Term Building Closures: Air and Water Quality Considerations

Trends and Directions

The properties that sat vacant or underutilized for weeks or months during COVID-19 shelter in place orders may experience water and air stagnation, uncontrolled humidity, and dry sanitary systems that could lead to health risks when occupants return. This video, featuring Jesus Garcia Aleman, Jacobs Global Surface Water Technology Leader, and Charles Funk, Jacobs Global Building Systems Solutions Director, focuses on both water and air quality issues within buildings - a topic not only relevant to building owners and property managers, but to returning occupants.

Trends & Directions: Maintaining Occupant Safety After Long-term Building Closures