Chris Rush, Senior Associate
Moving beyond compliance.
The air we breathe can affect many aspects of our lives.
Poor air quality is something we experience regularly and there are no safe limits regarding exposure to air pollutants.
Every breath we take is important with each one providing an opportunity for these pollutants to enter our bodies. It’s no surprise that poor air isn’t good for our health and wellbeing.
However, we can turn the tide by designing spaces that not only meet air quality standards, but far exceed them.
Why should you care about Air Quality?
Improving air quality not about simply providing cleaner air but instead creating safer and healthier environments where people can thrive.
This in turn can add value to projects and deliver real benefits to people’s health, wellbeing, satisfaction, happiness and productivity.
Watch our video to see the wider value of improving air quality.