This report was authored and published by Building Engines on March 28, 2022. From heating and cooling units to keep tenants comfortable throughout office buildings, to ventilation and purification units to ensure all occupants are inhaling clean air as they shop in retail centers or work in large warehouses, HVAC technologies play an integral role in property operations, as underscored by the COVID-19 outbreak. With COVID-19 being an airborne virus, the pandemic has cemented air quality as the top of mind for property teams and tenants alike. Building Engines fielded a national survey of nearly 300 building managers and engineers working within CRE properties in late 2020. As we go through the re-occupancy phase, the survey results can show how you can leverage technology to meet heightened air quality standards while securing tenants’ trust and your organization’s success in the long term.

Keywords: Building Retrofits, Energy Efficiency/Management, Healthy Buildings, HVAC & Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), Intelligent Building, Internet of Things (IoT), Large Building Controls/Automation, Protocols/Standards, System Integrator, Building Engines

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