This interactive document offers clients a step-by-step guide to improving indoor air quality. Although the document is directed at higher education, clients for various businesses utilize this guideline to ensure they maximize indoor air quality for their facility. Download the guide below. NYSERDA COVID-19 Response Guide
TROY, N.Y. (WRGB) — Air quality expert Jeremy McDonald tells CBS6'S Briana Supardi tips on how to improve your home's air quality amid unhealthy air conditions from wildfire smoke. Watch the full interview.
Guth DeConzo, an Engineering and Construction Management Firm with offices in New York City, Troy, NY, Lake Success, NY, and Stony Brook, NY, has been awarded a contract for Design-Build Management Services on the NYC Transit Bus Charging Phase 2/3 Project. This $300M project will provide approximately 475 overhead pantograph charging stations for NYCT's fleet
With building tracing, spaces with sub-optimal IAQ would be red flagged, persuading occupants to think about leaving or staying; nothing could be a more powerful incentive for building owners to take remedial action, says Jeremy McDonald
Then we can start thinking about the more high-minded approach to a better IAQ future, says Jeremy McDonald
Guth DeConzo has been awarded a contract for Construction Management Services on the NYCHHC Elmhurst Hospital Capital Improvement Project. Guth will serve as Construction Manager as Agent (CM-A) on this $140M project, including 20 individual projects.
To End the Pandemic, U.S. Must Look At The Air We Breathe TROY, NY (07/29/2021) – An air quality engineer warns the COVID-19 pandemic won’t end until Americans clean up our indoor air. “With variants on the rise, all the talk this summer has been about vaccines. Now we’re hearing about masks again, which
Poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is a major contributor to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and many engineers in the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) community are scratching our heads as to why there isn’t a greater recognition of this simple truth. With variants on the rise globally and in the United States, the
White Paper: U.S. Must Make Significant Improvements To Indoor Air Quality Practices. Without Change, Northeast Infections Will Soar Again This Winter In Low Relative Humidity, Low Air Circulation Environments. Worse, this will continue to attack our most at-risk population. - Building Tracing, Air Quality Monitoring Are Essential to Stop the Spread TROY, NY (08/21/2020)