Aviation: Design Guidelines for Infection Control

The aviation industry has no doubt been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic but flying won’t be any less necessary as stay-at-home orders across the country ease. One of the most important tasks we can do as building systems engineers to support this essential industry is ease the fears of passengers by developing design strategies for infection control and social distancing.

View the PDF below to read the aviation design guidelines for infection control.

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Written By
James Dietz

Venue Sector Aviation Practice Director | Principal


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