Reduce Risk of Airborne Pathogens for your Building Occupants


Iconergy provides engineering and construction services to assist your facilities team in meeting the recommendations from the CDC (Center for Disease Control), ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers), and other leading institutions. Iconergy does this via evaluations and assessments, planning and design, construction management, or – in some cases – implementation of turnkey design-build solutions. These solutions aim to reduce the risks associated with exposure pathways of COVID-19 within your building, especially the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.

When appropriate, Iconergy leads the implementation of the proposed solutions. Following recommendations from the CDC, ASHRAE, and other organizations, Iconergy has been able to assist clients along the Front Range community with their commercial facilities (schools and universities, labs, offices, hospitals, courthouses and judicial buildings, etc.).

If engaged to provide an assessment or evaluation, Iconergy’s team of engineers and experienced facility professionals will deliver a report that includes known environmental building system deficiencies and unique solutions for your building. Iconergy engineers will utilize calibrated tools to determine whether specific HVAC equipment has issues that need to be addressed, and whether those issues are major or minor.

To best meet our clients’ needs, our scope of work will include a review of all HVAC mechanical systems, meet with stakeholders, and develop an implementation budget. The implementation of the recommendations will likely be a mix of operation and maintenance solutions that can be implemented within one to three weeks. In some cases, capital equipment installations may be recommended, which may take one to three months to install.

Contact Iconergy today to let us help you assess your situation.

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Iconergy Staff on Site

On-site, Iconergy staff will follow the COVID-19 Construction Guidelines in addition to OSHA and other applicable safety requirements. Our team will remain aware of and adhere to social distancing, personal protection equipment (PPE, which includes but may not be limited to masks), and will not come to your buildings if experiencing any symptoms of illness. Iconergy’s office policy is for employees to only come in when absolutely necessary. Many employees have been working remotely since March and will continue to work remotely as long as COVID-19 remains a significant public health concern.