Improving IAQ in the New Normal

When it comes to health and infection control in today’s buildings, a layered approach is essential—and indoor air quality is a key component. Read about the role of IAQ, ways to get started and how HVAC experts at Carrier can help.

4 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Making a Disinfection Plan

As businesses weigh their options for reopening, many are putting together plans for routine disinfection. But too often, the measures these businesses take fall short. RD Weis is here to help. Here’s the four most common mistakes made when creating a disinfection plan and how you can avoid them.

Hand Hygiene is a Two-Part Process

It is common knowledge that washing your hands is a key step in guarding against the spread of germs. But what happens after people wash their hands? Let’s explore the second (and sometimes overlooked) part of the handwashing process: hand drying.

Solving Key Washroom Design Issues

Today’s washrooms must address hand hygiene, slips and falls, and providing stability for people of all sizes. Learn how your facility can address these issues.

Connectrac® Enables the Rise of Coworking

Coworking started as a concept to create a space where independent consultants, entrepreneurs and freelancers could rent a small office, private desk, or shared “hot seat” in a communal workplace. The revolutionary trend quickly hit a thriving target. 

The Digital Take on Smoke Control

In today’s digital age of software, is a physical panel mounted on the wall the most efficient way to provide a code compliant smoke control system? NOTIFIER is reviewing an innovative approach to UUKL Listed Smoke Control.

Why You May Envy LA’s Iconic Urban Data Center

If they could do it, so can you. Learn how One Wilshire in downtown Los Angeles modernized its building infrastructure to host modern data center tenants and implemented an ultra-efficient precision cooling solution from Data Aire.

Key Technology Drivers Impacting Fire and Life Safety

“The only thing constant is change.” We have all heard this phrase, and it is increasingly true in the construction industry. In a world where technology, building materials, and preconstruction workflows are constantly evolving, here are some key drivers impacting the fire and life safety industry.