A building’s success ultimately depends upon the experiences of its occupants. Uncomfortable workers, unused and underused spaces, expensive utility bills, and unsafe conditions can occur days or even years after a building’s occupancy date. Fortunately, these problems are easily avoided through indoor environmental services from CPP. By addressing potential comfort and safety issues early in the design phase, we can help you design spaces that efficiently serve its users for many years to come.
Fire & Smoke Management
If a fire breaks out in your building, the first priority is occupant safety. But large, open spaces like atria, concert halls, and sports venues can be especially dangerous during fires if they rapidly fill with smoke and complicate evacuation procedures. CPP’s air flow experts determine where your building is vulnerable to smoke and fire issues, and we offer solutions to minimize risks and protect occupants.
Buildings located in certain climates can reduce energy costs with natural ventilation techniques. By combining sophisticated comfort models with wind tunnel experiments and an understanding of the local climate, CPP’s engineers help you save energy and money through effective natural ventilation design.
Airflow, Temperature, and Occupant Comfort
Occupant comfort is a complex matter that depends on many factors, including air flow patterns, humidity levels, solar heating, and heat generated by electronic equipment. CPP’s experts consider all of the critical elements of occupant comfort to ensure that your building is not just safe, but efficient and comfortable.
Whether you’re a building owner, an architect, an engineer, or a developer, you have a stake in the success of your building. Contact CPP today and let our talented team and years of experience ensure that your next project is efficient, safe, and reliable.