By Construction Tech Review | Monday, December 14, 2020
Aircuity's Air Quality as a Service remediates building owners' need to deploy comprehensive air quality programs through a sustainable and economic strategy.
FREMONT, CA: Aircuity, the provider of measurably better environments, introduces "Air Quality as a Service" (AQaaS), a new indoor air quality (IAQ) offering that helps building owners create healthy buildings that meet both COVID-19 re-entry and longer-term air quality needs. Aircuity's AQaaS needs no or low upfront capital as an operating expenditure, making it easy and faster to implement in existing buildings.
Aircuity approaches AQaaS engagement by working with clients to prioritize their portfolio for IAQ enhancement and identifying each organization's largest operational and energy savings abilities. In several cases, untapped savings opportunities exist in environments and other highly variable occupancy spaces. These savings opportunities can help fund such air quality betterments to create a positive cashflow deployment and a true win-win for investing organizations.
AQaaS solution is a best practice to address the growing demand for healthy buildings, and it comes without a dramatic increase in operating costs or large upfront capital. Aircuity customers can use AQaaS at a time of historic low cost of capital and can instantly leverage identifiable and proven efficiency opportunities while gaining comprehensive and verifiable results. Aircuity built its AQaaS solution based on the firm's more than 20 years of air quality experience, including its work coming from the environment space and its extensive collaboration with large portfolio owners and operators. Aircuity will provide AQaaS as yet another tool to support a larger segment of the market.
Aircuity's AQaaS solution meets the hurdle of improved air quality with tough sustainability mandates in a tough economic environment. Healthy buildings are now a fundamental need for most businesses and institutions, and AQaaS will help them leverage Aircuity's experience working with leading institutions in commercial real estate, higher education, life sciences, government, and K-12 to deploy a triple bottom line approach to secure health, efficiency, and productivity.