Engineering for Health: improving ventilation in commercial spaces

Ventilation removes stale air from a space and replaces it with clean air. It dilutes contaminants, reducing concentration of virally charged particles and can therefore reduce transmission risk of coronavirus and other air-borne pathogens, improving occupancy health and productivity.

By |December 4th, 2020|World|

Engineering for Health: preventing overheating

Building homes in which the internal temperature can be maintained within a range that is comfortable for the occupants isn't just about what's desirable, it's about what's essential for health and wellbeing.

By |October 29th, 2020|World|

Top Tips for a Healthy Building

Whether you’re planning a refurbishment or starting a new development, creating a healthy office building needs to be higher on your agenda than ever before.

By |September 23rd, 2020|World|