June 8, 2020
Post-Pandemic Building Needs
Keri Taylor, director of national account services for Trane Commercial HVAC Americas, and a recently-named BOMA Fellow, discusses how the pandemic is affecting building plans
Building re-occupancy plans are ramping up around the world as owners and operators are beginning to bring their people back to the office in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is undoubtedly a laser-focus on sustainability, but national experts also see an opportunity to hone in on carbon- and energy-cutting actions to increase efficiency both now and for the future as economic challenges continue to emerge.
Keri Taylor, director of national account services for Trane Commercial HVAC Americas, and a recently-named BOMA Fellow, is one such expert, having spent the last 10+ years helping companies decrease their carbon footprints through unique and dynamic solutions.
In a recent interview with Environment + Energy Leader, Keri discusses how the pandemic is affecting building plans in the US, including how companies must make both their employees’ and their buildings’ health a top priority.
“Companies looking to attract and retain top talent in the post-pandemic economy are going to have to make sure that they take the health of their buildings, their employees, and the environment into consideration.”
Read the Environment + Energy interview.