White Paper “Window to Wall Performance in Healthcare Facilities”

Monday, September 21st, 2020

Constructing health care facilities is a complex and high stakes business. With vulnerable occupants and sterile settings, it is important to create a controlled environment from the onset of construction to mitigate the risk of air and water infiltration. The CDC explains that construction materials, among other environmental vehicles, can transmit airborne infections to facility tenants via “clinically significant microorganisms released into the air”. Because of this danger, the construction process of healthcare facilities from pre-planning, design to the application must consider exterior air and water passage to protect the occupied space within. more