Medical and retirement buildings have unique operation and maintenance standards and regulations. Environmental air quality is of utmost importance for these facilities, which means an effectively designed and installed HVAC system is crucial. Challenges include:
- Air change rates, outdoor air exchange rates and pressurization
- Filtration to prevent the spread of infections
- Traditional versus specially designed rooms (such as surgery and CT scan rooms, MRI suites and laboratories)
To protect the most vulnerable, HVAC systems in these buildings need to be reliable, redundant and easily maintained.
Bogar-Paterson has the necessary expertise and experience to provide safe, energy-efficient equipment and premium indoor air quality for your medical or retirement facility.
Contact us today.