Months into the COVID-19 lockdown last year, positive headlines were few and far between. Among the limited uplifting topics to catch public attention, however, was sustainability. In December 2020, news outlets across the country wrote about data published in the journal “Earth System Science Data” that showed a 7 percent drop from fossil emission levels compared to 2019. That equates to an estimated 2.4 billion tonnes’ difference in CO2 emissions.
As COVID-19 vaccines begin distribution, many in the buildings industry are wondering what workplace occupancy will look like. In this webcast session, hosts explore occupancy trends in coworking spaces, and what occupants are looking for when considering a return to the workplace.
While the COVID-19 pandemic was no surprise to epidemiologists around the world, many in the built environment spent spring of last year reacting to empty buildings and lockdown restrictions. Now that vaccines are in the early stages of distribution, buildings professionals may wonder how operation trends will change in the long run.
In this 75F webcast session, hosts assert that COVID-19 has only accelerated pre-existing trends in the built environment, and examine what the data can tell us about how commercial buildings and their systems will adapt and affect occupants of the future.
Even as COVID-19 vaccines begin distribution around the globe, visionaries in the commercial buildings industry say the trajectory of the built environment cannot revert to its path before the pandemic. That may not be a bad thing, they say.
Commercial real estate is in a completely different landscape today than it was 12 months ago. In this webcast, 75F pairs with The Brookshire Company to examine the current state of CRE and delve into action steps real estate professionals and facility managers can take to better position their assets for a post-pandemic market.
Of all the COVID-19 mitigation strategies recommended for school building operations, perhaps none are more important than proper ventilation. That’s why a June 2020 study from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) is revealing for schools looking to follow expert guidelines on ventilation during a pandemic this 2020-21 school year.