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Guidelines for infection control in housing design facilities

Due to COVID-19, citizens across the country have spent more time inside their homes than ever before.

By Steven Neville October 13, 2020
Courtesy: Henderson Engineers

When it comes to multi-family housing design, resident health and safety is always our top priority. Due to COVID-19, citizens across the country have spent more time inside their homes than ever before. To help maintain a safe residential environment amid the pandemic, our experts in housing design have developed the following guidelines for infection control that address each transmission vector: airborne, droplet, and surface. From touchless fixtures and automatic door operators to air purification systems and increased ventilation, we can help keep your buildings safe.

View the PDF to read the housing design guidelines for infection control.

This originally appeared on Henderson Engineers’ websiteHenderson Engineers is a CFE Media content partner. 


Steven Neville
Author Bio: Steven Neville, workplace practice director, associate vice president, Henderson Engineers