Hospitals use two to three times more energy than other commercial buildings. Two articles in this month’s issue tackle ventilation in hospitals. The first examines best practices for determining the airflow path in patient rooms, and the second explores health-care ventilation from the time of Florence Nightingale to the present. Other articles discuss central air conditioning for planes waiting at the gate, what’s new with Standard 90.1, and controlling smoke in correctional facilities.
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