How do I know that changes to the HVAC system serving my building have been made?

There are various heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and applications utilized within the many University buildings. As you occupy your space it may not be readily apparent that changes have been made. However, please be aware that different teams within the Office of Facilities, including operations, services, and engineering have performed a detailed review of HVAC systems serving all buildings at all University locations.

As a result, modifications have been made that are consistent with CDC and ASHRAE recommendations. These modifications include such items as: upgraded filtration, extended run times of air systems, and modifications to air delivery systems to allow high levels of outdoor air supply to serve spaces. In addition, local air filtration systems have been deployed in different areas around the University based upon occupancy and use.