A guide to creating healthier buildings

The global pandemic has presented building owners and operators with a unique set of challenges. During lockdown, many buildings have had to be maintained with limited access. As employees and tenants return, the “new normal” demands new steps to provide a safe environment. Businesses need to find ways to maximize productivity while continuing to control costs and meet sustainability goals.

While the current crisis has given us many challenges, it has accelerated the transition to a healthier, smarter workplace. Building stakeholders are realizing the short- and long-term importance of occupant well-being, occupant engagement, space management, and operational efficiency. They are also recognizing the crucial role a smart building plays in supporting these goals.

GS Technologies Ltd (LON:GST), through its subsidiary, EMS Wiring Systems Pte. Ltd, provides services in the “Smart Building” sector. Smart Building is a diverse term that refers to the technological capabilities of buildings and other work place facilities.

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