4 Ways Schools Can Improve Indoor Air Quality to Reduce COVID-19 Transmission

4 Ways Schools Can Improve Indoor Air Quality to Reduce COVID-19 Transmission

4 Ways Schools Can Improve Indoor Air Quality to Reduce COVID-19 Transmission

4 Ways Schools Can Improve Indoor Air Quality to Reduce COVID-19 Transmission

How HVAC Design Can Make Our Schools Healthier

School administrators everywhere are looking for ways to make their campus safe for students’ return to the classroom. Beyond modified behaviors such as social distancing and mask wearing, a critical component to fight airborne pathogens is upgrading the building’s HVAC technology. A design strategy can be developed by assessing your current system, deep cleaning or flushing your HVAC, changing or upgrading the filtration, and integrating outdoor design solutions.

To learn more about what our team recommends when retrofitting HVAC systems, read this article by Principal and K-12 Studio Director Ben Thompson on the Spaces4Learning website.

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If you’re interested in discussing how to optimize your school systems for a healthier and safer campus, contact MPS Principal and K-12 Practice Leader, Ben Thompson.

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Ben Thompson

AIA, ALEP, NCARB

Principal, K-12 Practice Leader

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