Prevent Facility Damage & Optimize Energy Usage When No One is Onsite

April 14, 2020

As pillars of a community, school facilities remain occupied and active year-round. During this unprecedented time, many of these facilities will sit unoccupied for the first time.

Laura Sastre, Performance Assurance Consultant, shares best practices for preventing facility damage during shut downs.

Read more on our top tips for preparing buildings for an extended shut down.

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