Jacob Faiola and Steve Tossey Present Best Practices at BASA

Lauren Doyle

Mechanical engineers Jacob Faiola and Steve Tossey have hit the speaker’s circuit! We’re proud they represented SHP in their breakout session, “Three Strategies for Improving Infectious Disease Through Indoor Air Quality,” during BASA’s annual fall conference, Oct. 5-6. If you missed their virtual session, never fear! It’s a subject Jacob and Steve are passionate about; click here to read more about their myth-busting best practices for IAQ.

It’s worth noting that when it comes to putting our faith and trust in the expertise of our team, SHP is not only talking the talk, but walking the walk. We recently invested in one of the strategies Jacob and Steve shared with conference attendees for improving infectious disease control: bipolar ionization. While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to linger, we take comfort in knowing the bright minds of our engineering team can be relied upon to lead in times of uncertainty and protect the health of our office and employees.

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