Maintaining clean air at hospitals, doctors’ offices, and treatment centers is critical to prioritizing patient healthcare outcomes. Not only do air filtration systems minimize the number of particulates in the air, but they also work as a preventative measure against the spread of infection at your facility.
However, air filtration requirements often vary from department to department—and even from room to room. As a result, medical-grade air filtration systems require extensive amounts of engineering and fabrication for successful installation. With the conventional construction process, air filtration projects can quickly become burdened by too many contractors, subcontractors, fabricators, and equipment vendors. The result? Delayed timelines, missed milestones, and inaccurate estimates.