The healthcare sector, more than most, is required to provide a high quality built environment, along with the necessary supporting infrastructure – such as heating, ventilation, and hot water – upon demand.
Every part of the building envelope, from the roof and the external façade walls to the basement, can be vulnerable to water ingress, reduced indoor air quality and hygiene levels, however water will always remain the biggest risk to buildings. Therefore these facilities need a high performance “envelope”that provides secure and unyielding...
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Built Environment Department, Greenwich University, London.
1st - 2nd November 2017
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