Trials and Tribulations of Working in a Pandemic
The entire province of Manitoba has entered the “critical level” in the Covid-19 Provincial Response System, which means many people have resumed remote work. ioAirFlow is no exception.
With the anticipated launch of the MyBuilding Health platform aimed for late January 2021, we’ve been working harder than ever to ensure our product is market ready. But, this has certainly been presented with its fair share of struggles now that our team has shifted to our home offices.
As part of our launch, we’ve been conducting direct building tests. Each building tested allows us to refine and bolster our analysis capacity and identify new building problems. Unfortunately, as Covid-19 case numbers continue to climb, local testing has taken a hiatus. While we continue to offer direct building testing to commercial buildings, many buildings’ pandemic policies mean testing for some of our customers is being pushed back.
As disappointing as this may be, we understand the need to limit building visitors. And, we are grateful that we are able to continue to work. From pitching and outreach to refining our software and data analysis processes, our team is keeping busy. As much as we miss being able to share stories in the office, we keep communication going through many online platforms, including Zoom, Google Hangouts, Discord, email, and the occasional good ol’ fashioned phone call!
With this said, if you are interested in having us test your commercial building’s indoor air quality and thermal comfort levels, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. With added Covid precautions in place, we continue to provide building health analysis for our customers while ensuring everyone stays safe!
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