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Safe Buildings: Maintaining Occupant Health After Long-Term Closures

If/When Podcast | Episode 019 | October 27, 2020

Show Contributors: Jesus Garcia Aleman, Charles Funk, Paul Thies
If/When Podcast: Safe Buildings

The properties that sat vacant or underutilized for months during COVID-19 shelter in place orders may experience water and air stagnation, uncontrolled humidity, and dry sanitary systems that could lead to health risks when occupants return.

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Episode Notes

In this episode, Jesus Garcia Aleman, Jacobs Global Surface Water Technology Leader, and Charles Funk, Jacobs Global Building Systems Solutions Director, spoke with If/When host Paul Thies about both water and air quality issues within buildings - a topic not only relevant to building owners and property managers, but to returning occupants.

This episode originally aired as a videocast which can be seen here.

Related terms: COVID-19, COVID, Coronavirus