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Adapting MEP Engineering to the New Normal: Technology and Strategies for Post-Pandemic Buildings

Updated: Mar 3, 2023

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted building design, construction, and operation. MEP engineers must adapt their design strategies to accommodate new requirements such as increased ventilation rates, touchless controls, and antimicrobial surfaces. The use of smart building technologies, such as occupancy sensors and air quality monitors, can help maintain a healthy indoor environment. Additionally, remote monitoring and control systems can help building operators and engineers optimize energy usage and system performance while minimizing person-to-person contact. As the world navigates the "new normal," MEP engineers must continue to innovate and adapt to ensure buildings are safe, healthy, and efficient.


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