Infection Control in Buildings | Henderson Engineers

Infection Control in Buildings

COURSE OVERVIEW

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, building owners and operators around the world have been focused on what they can do to make their spaces safer. Many are looking to infection control technologies integrated with building systems to achieve this goal. This presentation discusses three potential transmission vectors, the common technologies that can be implemented to mitigate the risk of transmission, and what key considerations are in both retrofit and new construction situations.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Understand the three modes of infection transmission within a building.
  2. Compare various infection control technologies and how they can be applied in different markets.
  3. Discuss the importance of designing for flexibility as norms fluctuate moving forward.
  4. Discuss different considerations between retrofit and new construction projects.

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