Henderson Engineers Healthcare Practice Director/Vice President Mark Chrisman shared the growing engineering needs to create negative isolation rooms in response to the COVID-19 outbreak with the Kansas City Business Journal. Chrisman noted that while most hospitals typically have one or two of these rooms, current demand is higher than ever and Henderson has the expertise to convert a variety of spaces into negative isolation. Henderson’s healthcare experts are focused on providing solutions for clients that can contribute to keeping as many people healthy as possible during the current pandemic.

Chrisman and Healthcare Technical Leader Jake Katzenberger also published a Thought Leadership article on negative isolation rooms in response to the coronavirus.

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