ASHRAE published a free guidance document – A hugely valuable resource to help architects, engineers, FM’s and building managers obtain optimal air quality.
To help educate architects, engineers, specifiers, contractors, and property managers on the proper techniques to maintain optimal air quality, ASHRAE – the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers – is offering an important new publication free of charge.
ASHRAE’s Indoor Air Quality Guide: Best Practices for Design, Construction and Commissioning offers an array of guidance and resources for ensuring that indoor environments keep dangerous particles to a minimal and indoor air quality, or IAQ, at the highest possible level. To this end, the guide includes:
- 40 strategies for achieving 8 critical IAQ objectives
- Best practices for promoting optimal IAQ through design, construction, and building operation and maintenance.
- In-depth information, organized by topic, to assist with implementing IAQ best practices.
- Hundreds of links to resources to assist in the design, construction, and commissioning of buildings with optimal indoor air quality. Continue reading