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How to Properly Store Hand Sanitizer in the Workplace

We have probably all used a lot of hand sanitizer in the past six months – the dispensers are everywhere....

How Healthier Buildings will lead to Smarter Buildings

The idea of smart buildings has been talked about in the IT industry as a great idea for a long...

Back to the Workplace Solution, Webinar

The Boston Real Estate COVID Consortium, presented a webinar to the members of CoreNet New England. The Back to the...

Healthy Buildings: Improving Indoor Air Quality, live webinar

In this webinar, we’ll talk about how improving indoor air quality plays an important role in reducing exposure to viruses...

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We're happy to support one of the causes that we care about. We sponsored the "Funny Women...Serious Business" event to support @RosiesPlace. Their mission is providing a safe space for poor and homeless women and a place of hope.
Learn more: http://www.rosiesplace.org/.

We have probably all used a lot of hand sanitizer in the past six months – the dispensers are everywhere. But did you know that both landlords and tenants need to consider if they’ve created an unsafe condition?

Find out what the proper protocols are: https://wbengineering.com/2020/10/22/how-to-properly-store-hand-sanitizer-in-the-workplace/

Join the National Academies’ Federal Council on 10/28 2pm EDT for HVAC Strategies in Response to COVID-19. This webinar will address strategies, systems and facility design and practical experience for preparing existing federal facilities for occupancy.

http://ow.ly/Jy1Z50BXV82

Our Senior Engineer, Rich B. took these photos while on a walkthrough of 1740 Broadway. Our team is providing MEP/FP design for the repositioning of this 600,000 sq. ft. building that includes work to the lobby, retail spaces, private tenant club and a second floor restaurant.

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Our webinar, Repositioning your Building to a Lab, is featured in @NEREJ! The article features a recap of the webinar, three key issues to consider, and landlord versus tenant responsibilities.

Read the recap and learn the three key issues to consider: http://ow.ly/x4Bn50BUDra

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