Buildings Post Corona is a collaborative four-year project between leading Swedish educational institutions Chalmers University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Lund University and Umeå University. The project aims to support the construction sector in designing and maintaining sustainable buildings with a healthy and good indoor environment.
The project's overall goal is to establish an interdisciplinary platform to obtain new knowledge required for the design and operation of buildings that are healthy, use limited resources, and are climate-resilient. This means:
• Integration of buildings' systems for space heating, cooling, and ventilation in the building design that meets extreme climate fluctuations;
• Minimization of the risk of adverse health effects from poor indoor air including transmission of airborne infection;
• Reduction of the building energy end use in order to reach a sustainable built environment with reduced environmental footprint.
Swegon is already from the start involved in this research by being one of the members of the reference group together with industry colleagues as well as facility investors and related associations.
The aim for the initiative goes hand in hand with the aim from Swegon to provide technical solutions as well as knowledge to provide a healthy, comfortable and environmental friendly indoor climate where we can “Feel good inside”.
More information on the website of Building post corona.