The Importance of Maintaining Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality (IAQ) refers to the quality of air within a building. It’s determined by the concentration of pollutants the air, as well as humidity and temperature. It’s easy to overlook something like air quality, but it’s crucial to the health, comfort, and productivity of your employees. If your workplace has poor IAQ, it could result in your employees getting sick or being unable to perform their jobs.   

The Air Quality Dilemma

IAQ is something that can be taken for granted. Most workers expect their office will have a comfortable environment with clean, breathable air. However, this can easily change if the building’s control system malfunctions, not allowing proper ventilation, heating, or cooling. If not properly maintained, IAQ can quickly become worse than outside air on a smoggy day in an industrial city. This issue has become a growing concern among building owners, managers, and occupants alike.

What Causes Poor Air Quality?

A variety of factors can affect the air quality in your building, most notably contaminants. Contaminants are biological or chemical pollutants that get released in the air as gases or particulates. They can include mold, dust, asbestos, and more. Contaminants can come from the outside or inside and can pose serious health risks.

In addition to contaminants, temperature and humidity also play a big role in IAQ. An office that’s too cold, hot, or humid may be too uncomfortable for your employees. Not only can this interfere with productivity, but it can lead to other issues. For example, humidity can encourage mold to grow inside a building because fungus usually thrives in moist environments.

Health Concerns

The consequences of poor air quality can be acute (short-term) or chronic (long-term). Acute effects are typically experienced within 24 hours of exposure. Chronic effects may not show up for years and are often associated with repeated or long-term exposure. What symptoms your employees suffer will depend on the type of contaminant they encounter.

Common complaints include headaches, fatigue, trouble concentrating, and irritation of the eyes, nose, throat, and lungs. These widely shared symptoms have led to the term “building associated illnesses.” These illnesses include sick building syndrome, building-related illness, and multiple chemical sensitivity.  

How Can You Improve Indoor Air Quality?

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has no formal indoor air quality standards, but the government agency does offer some suggestions on what you can do to improve IAQ. Some of these methods include:

  • Eliminating the source of the pollutant
  • Improving ventilation
  • Adjusting work schedules to reduce or eliminate how long workers are exposed to pollutants
  • Educating employees about the sources and effects of pollutants under your control

What If I Notice a Problem?

Changes to your health are good indicators of poor IAQ. If you believe you are experiencing symptoms caused by poor air quality, you’ll want to talk to your doctor. It also would be beneficial to alert your supervisors, building manager, or building owner. Another option is to identify potential sources of pollutants. Being aware of the types and number of sources can prepare you for reducing or eliminating the problem.

We Can Help

At Brandt, our team of experts can help you improve the indoor air quality of your building. Or if you’re just interested in learning more about IAQ, give us a call.

Contact Us:

Phone: 972-395-6000

Dallas location:

1728 Briercroft Court
Carrollton, TX 75006

Austin location:
1340 Airport Commerce Drive
Austin, TX 78741

Fort Worth location:
1001 NE Loop 820
Suite 300
Fort Worth, TX 76131

Houston location:
8848 N. Sam Houston Pkwy. West
Suite 410
Houston, TX 77064

San Antonio location:
6023 Corridor Pkwy.
Suite 100
Schertz, TX 78154

Waco location:
205 Schroeder Drive
Waco, TX 76710

 

The Ultimate Guide to Energy Efficient Air Conditioning

When it gets hot, a natural reaction is to crank up the cool air. However, the cost of your energy bill may prevent you from turning on the air conditioner. Energy efficient air conditioning could help your organization save money and keep your building comfortable.

How to Increase Your AC’s Efficiency

Although your central heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) unit may be in working order, that doesn’t necessarily mean your heating and cooling system is energy efficient. An older AC unit uses about 30% to 50% more energy to produce the same amount of cooling as a more modern, energy efficient system.

The simplest way to improve energy conservation is to install a new HVAC system. If purchasing new equipment isn’t an option for your business, that’s no problem. You can optimize your current system’s efficiency by taking the following steps.

Change the Filter

When is the last time you changed your air filter? If your filter is dirty, your commercial HVAC system will have to work harder to keep your building cool. It’s recommended you change your filter regularly—every three months at the minimum. However, you really should be checking on your filter every month, especially during periods of heavy usage such as summer and winter.  

Yearly Tune-Ups

Even new cars need tune-ups now and then; so does your energy efficient HVAC unit. It’s recommended you have the system looked at every year. Regular tune-ups can increase your overall energy savings.

Seal Your Cooling Ducts

One of the most overlooked ways to make your AC unit more efficient is to seal and insulate cooling ducts. Sealing the seams and connections of ducts with duct sealant or metal-backed tape will improve airflow. Wrapping the newly sealed ducts in insulation prevents them from becoming hot or cold. This can improve efficiency by up to 20%.

Ensure Proper Installation

Purchasing new energy efficient appliances is a great start, but improper installment can rob you of all of the benefits. When installed improperly, new equipment can reduce efficiency by up to 30%. Ensuring your unit is optimized to perform at its best can result in lower energy bills and extend the equipment’s life span.

Let Brandt Companies Help You Improve Your AC System

Maximize the potential performance of your AC by improving its efficiency. At Brandt, we provide commercial HVAC maintenance services to help you save money.

June is National Safety Month

June is National Safety month and here at Brandt we reflect upon the past year, celebrate our significant milestones, and recommit to an injury free workplace. The first week of June, the entire field workforce comes together as one team to talk about workplace safety.

Brandt’s Live It ™ initiative is engrained in our daily work processes. That means Safety is not just a priority, it’s an unwavering value integral to every job we do. Live It ™ ensures that safety on each project is visible, that hazard assessment and mitigation take place daily, and safety milestones are celebrated in earnest.

Each employee courageously commits to the tenets of Live It ™ from CEO to skilled craftsman. We are steadfast on every project to achieve our vision of an injury free workplace.

Every employee is empowered to stop work whenever working conditions are unsafe.

There is much to celebrate and yet still, so much to do. In 2018 we finished the year with a TCIR of 1.09, an industry leading statistic which exemplifies the safety commitment at Brandt.

Join me this National Safety Month and celebrate our tremendously talented workforce, their supportive families, and the communities in which we live and serve. Safe, Right, Every Day!

 

Tim Clemente

VP, Brandt Safety

The Brandt Companies, LLC and Magnum Engineering and Controls join forces

Carrollton, TX, May 9, 2019 – The Brandt Companies, LLC (Brandt), an industry leading mechanical, electrical and industrial contractor, and Magnum Engineering and Controls (Magnum) announced today that they will be joining forces. This partnership will enable a unique service offering to Texas based and national clients including design, build, fabrication, and construction solutions.

Magnum is a technical leader in electrical, mechanical and industrial control systems engineering. Operating under the Brandt umbrella, Magnum will continue to provide technical services to their clients and will now be equipped to offer Brandt’s turnkey construction services.

Under the leadership of Barry Moore, CEO of Brandt, the combined companies will focus on profitable growth, cross selling opportunities, and career growth for employees.

“We are excited to welcome Magnum into the Brandt family,” Moore, said. “We share a common passion for innovation, customer service and delivering high-quality solutions. This acquisition will drive exciting new growth for both of our businesses and will unlock a complete portfolio of leading commercial and industrial solutions for our clients.”

For over 20 years, Magnum has provided clients with the highest level of consulting services.  Magnum specializes in control system engineering, specification, and integration of industrial process control systems. In addition, they offer on-site commissioning, field startup, support services, and operate a full-service custom panel fabrication shop.

Rick Hannasch, co-founder of Magnum said, “Our team is thrilled to be part of such a strong organization. Magnum compliments Brandt’s business model and their culture very much aligns with our values and approach to exceeding customer expectations. We are very excited about our partnership with Brandt.”

Since 1952, Brandt has become a powerhouse in mechanical, electrical, and plumbing solutions for large commercial and industrial construction projects. Additionally, Brandt provides 24-hour, 7-days-a-week service solutions. Brandt is headquartered in Carrollton, Texas, and maintains additional regional offices in Austin, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio and Waco.  Visit us at: www.brandt.us

What to Look for When Your HVAC System Isn’t Working

When the weather is too hot or cold, the last thing anyone wants is a malfunctioning HVAC unit. But time can catch up with even the best systems, and wear and tear can wreak sudden havoc on your business if you aren’t careful. That’s why it’s best to stay ahead of such issues before they become a problem.

If you think your commercial HVAC unit might be heading off a cliff, or you’re just trying to minimize potential issues before they occur, these are some things to look for.

A Change in Air Flow

If the air coming out of your company’s vents is weak or the flow is poor, something could be wrong with your system’s compressor. The compressor motor is what pulls air in from the outside in split-unit systems, treats it with coolant, and sends it through ducts and vents inside the building. Another sure sign of problems is when different parts of your facility feel cooler or warmer than others. This could be a sign your ducts or vents are clogged. If so, it’s probably time to get your ducts cleaned.

Loud Noises

If your HVAC system starts making grinding, grating or squealing noises, it’s not something to ignore. It could be as minor as a loose belt, or it could signal the system is wearing out. Depending on the sound, this also could mean the metal components in the HVAC system need to be lubricated. The best way to find out is to call a professional to check out the system. Otherwise, routine maintenance should catch this issue before it becomes a problem.

Old Age

Most HVAC systems have a life expectancy of 15 to 20 years. The older the system, the more prone it is to having problems—or breaking down altogether. However, more modern systems work more efficiently because they use less energy and can lower your utility costs. So if your company’s HVAC system is getting old, you should consider replacing it as soon as your budget allows.

Blocked Condenser

A common problem in many HVAC systems is when the condensing unit becomes blocked. In outdoor units, this can be a buildup of leaves or other debris around the condenser. In mechanical rooms, units can be obstructed by other equipment or items being stored in the area. Whatever the reason, a blocked condenser can overheat if it doesn’t have enough air flow.

Dirty Coils

Often, the coils on a condenser unit can get so dirty they can’t release heat. This means your HVAC system has to work harder, overheating and causing air flow issues throughout the building. Coils should be cleaned once or twice a year to avoid this problem.

Low Refrigerant

A sure sign of low refrigerant levels is when an HVAC system has poor air flow or isn’t cooling as well as it used to. Older systems are prone to this, often because they haven’t been maintained well and they begin to leak coolant.  

Frequent Breakdowns

If your HVAC system breaks or malfunctions frequently, it might be better to replace it than paying for costly repairs. It’s important to weigh this against the efficiency you’ll gain by having a new one installed.

We Can Help

If you would like to replace your HVAC system or need preventive maintenance services, give us a call or visit our website. Brandt Companies has more than 65 years of experience in mechanical, electrical and other services.

Investing in a Commercial Humidifier Can Keep Your Business Humming

When the weather is warm, having a good air conditioner in your business is a must. It keeps employees and customers comfortable while helping maintain productivity. When the weather is cool, a good central heating system does the same thing. But one sneaky factor can throw a wrench in the works if it’s not maintained properly, and it’s called relative humidity.

Relative humidity is how much water vapor, or moisture, is in the air. When this moisture is too low or high, it can cause physical discomfort and respiratory issues. It also can affect machinery and even the structural integrity of wood-frame buildings.

So what’s an ideal amount of relative humidity for your business? Different sources give different numbers, but the general range is about 30% to 50%, depending on the temperature outdoors. For example, when the outside temperature is between zero and 10 degrees, the indoor humidity level shouldn’t be more than 30%. If the outdoor temperature is more than 50 degrees, indoor humidity shouldn’t exceed 50%. Maintaining this balance also keeps bacteria from growing—and spreading illness.

These are just a few reasons you should consider adding a whole-building humidifier to the HVAC system at your office building, warehouse, factory or other commercial space:

You Can Save on Utility Costs

Newer humidifiers not only help balance moisture levels in the air, they’re also more efficient. They use less energy and water to operate. This helps save on utility costs and prevents damage to wooden beams, floors, furniture and door frames, not to mention electronics and metal equipment. These humidifiers also help maintain textiles, paper and even crops.

Minimizing Static Electricity Can Help

We’ve all felt the zap that comes from dragging our feet on the carpet and then touching another surface. Although a little disconcerting, this static electricity doesn’t seem like a big deal. But the static electricity that can result from low humidity levels can damage electronic equipment and even set flammable chemicals on fire. In some cases, one spark is all it takes to cause immense damage to a business.

Get Rid of Dust

Breathing in large amounts of dust and dust mites isn’t just annoying, it can be hazardous to your health—and the health of your employees. Prolonged exposure has been linked to respiratory problems such as asthma and allergy symptoms, and even can contribute to arthritis. Poor indoor air quality can cause headaches, fatigue, trouble concentrating, and irritation to the eyes, nose, throat and lungs, according to the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. A good humidifier can help you meet safety and environmental standards while improving health benefits for everyone.

We Can Help

Brandt Companies has more than 65 years of experience in mechanical, electrical and other services. We can outfit your HVAC system with a commercial humidifier that will reduce health and safety risks while increasing your company’s energy efficiency. Give us a call or visit our website today.

High Demand for Jobs That Built America

Apprentice Pay Infographic

National Skilled Trades day is celebrated annually on the first Wednesday of May. At Brandt, we would like to take the time to recognize our employees in the skilled trades and the many opportunities the construction industry has to offer potential candidates.

In the construction industry, there are more jobs than there are workers. This trend will continue to grow over the next couple of decades, as baby boomers retire faster than jobs can be filled.

According to the Associated General Contractors of America, 70% of construction companies have reported having trouble finding qualified workers to fill crucial positions.

While high school students are highly encouraged to attend universities and obtain a four-year degree, well-paying trades jobs are sitting vacant. To be specific, 30 million skilled-trades positions are available throughout the United States. According to the Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce, these positions have an average salary of $55,000 and do not require a four-year college degree.

High school students who decide to take the road less traveled and pursue a career in the skilled trades can begin earning an income while they are in trades school. Many companies, including Brandt, offer apprentice programs that enable employees to work while they are in trade school.

Apprentice Brett Vandermark is currently enrolled in Brandt’s Electrical Apprentice Program. “I chose to go into the program because I wanted a job that would lead to a good future and would help me support my family,” Brett said. “I went into the trade because I know the world will always need electricians, and I will always have a job.”

With benefits like this, what prevents individuals from entering the construction industry? The biggest denominator facing the trades is stigma. After years of encouraging young adults to attend universities, many people still feel that college graduates will land higher paying jobs. Although this argument can be true, the gap between the two is decreasing. When adjusted for inflation, college graduates saw a median income lower in 2015, compared to 2010.

“There are a lot of negative connotations and stereotypes that push people away from construction,” Hattie Morse, Brandt Trades Recruiter, said. “I show students how the integration of technology into the construction industry is rapidly changing the means and methods that have been used for ages. It excites them to see how Brandt utilizes many technological advancements each day, including those that Brandt has developed itself.”

The old stereotypes for the construction industry are simply not true and the environment is rapidly changing every day. Many individuals find the trades a great place to build a lifelong career.

“I don’t sell a job; I sell a career,” Hattie said. “I talk to students about how six of our company vice presidents started out exactly where they are today, in the field and without pursuing a college degree, which shows them that career advancement is very possible at Brandt.”

The Average Wage for Trades in Texas Cities infographic shows the average pay for an apprentice as they work on receiving their journeyman license. The construction industry offers a great opportunity to earn money immediately out of high school, while college students during this time are making little to no money on top of incurring debt. At Brandt, we support apprentice programs throughout the state and encourage future skilled trades workers to take the opportunity to earn while they learn.

“We want our employees to THRIVE throughout their career with us,” Hattie said.

For more information about Brandt’s career opportunities, email recruiting@brandt.us.

Why You Need to Regularly Inspect Your Emergency Lights

Routine maintenance is one of the best ways that you can protect your building’s most valuable investments—emergency LED lighting fixtures.

The Importance of Emergency Lighting Testing

Setting up periodic checkups with an experienced mechanical professional is a surefire way to create a sustainable building environment. Regular inspections are essential for extending the lifetime of your light fixtures.

When you get your emergency lights professionally inspected, you can take advantage of the following benefits:

Increased Safety and Better Health:

When it comes to workplace safety, one of the most important things you can do is perform emergency lighting maintenance. Here’s why:

Power outages are more than just a disruption; they are critical hazards. When the power goes out during business hours, expect your indoor environment to get dangerously dark. This is especially concerning if you work in a commercial or industrial setting. If your building doesn’t have the necessary light, then the risk for injury dramatically increases.

Power outages are commonly linked to natural disasters like earthquakes, storms, and much more. Some disruptions are dangerous enough to cause fires. If that’s the case, then you’ll need to evacuate to a safe zone. This can be done quickly when your emergency lights and exit signs are in proper working condition. Emergency light fixtures provide 90 minutes of illumination so you can safely navigate and exit the building.

Improved Battery Life:

Today, most commercial lighting fixtures are built with LED equipment. This even includes emergency-light systems. Even though these fixtures are engineered to last a long time, they still come with a limited lifespan. Over time, LED emergency lights will self-discharge, meaning that they will lose power.

By scheduling periodic inspections for your emergency light fixtures, your batteries will receive a supercharge. This increases the lifespans of your batteries, thus reducing how soon you’ll have to replace your lighting systems.

Fewer Liability Issues:

An insufficient emergency lighting fixture can cause many issues. If the lighting system’s battery life burns out before the full 90-minutes are up, then you or your building owner can be in some serious trouble. Let’s say the proper lighting wasn’t present when an accident occurred. If a tenant suffers an injury, then you can expect a substantial claim to be filed against the building’s insurers.

Keeping emergency light systems well-maintained helps to avoid liability disputes. If you’re able to ensure that your light fixtures can hold a battery charge for the 90-minute time frame, then you’ll be able to prevent liability headaches.

Better Fixture Performances:

If you aren’t testing your emergency lights often, then expect their performance to suffer. When your light fixtures are poorly maintained, then their battery life will shrink, brightness will diminish, and the fixtures will operate at an insufficient level. Without proper maintenance, your lighting systems can damage very easily.

To boost the performance of your emergency lights, you’ll need to test the bulbs, fixtures, and batteries on a frequent basis. If the equipment is not operating smoothly, then simple maintenance routines will need to be followed. This helps to ensure that there will always be a sufficient amount of light during emergency situations.

Greater Longevity for Your Equipment:

As battery life starts to diminish, so will the lighting fixtures themselves. Over time, the circuits will begin to overheat, which means that you’ll have an unreliable source of light on hand. Inspecting your emergency lighting equipment not only improves battery life, but it also preserves the entire fixture itself. This ensures that you are able to get the most out of the system for extended lengths of time.

So instead of preparing for an expensive repair or replacement, make sure you have a professional tune up the system on a frequent basis.

Call Brandt to Optimize Your Emergency Lighting System

When it comes to commercial or industrial lighting, Brandt is the best team to have in your corner. We collaborate with building owners, identify problem areas, and create custom solutions that tackle those issues. With Brandt by your side, expect a safer, healthier, and brighter working environment all around.

Schedule a consultation with our team to learn more about our comprehensive emergency lighting services. Give us a call today!

The Ultimate Guide To Medical Gas Repairs and Vacuum Services

Medical gas systems are instrumental in the healthcare industry. Certified maintenance keeps medical facilities with sensitive med gas sources operating safely.

Medical gas systems are staple pieces of equipment in most healthcare venues. A medical gas supply is comprised of healthy gas mixtures. This includes oxygen, medical air compression, nitrous oxide, nitrogen, surgical air, and anesthetics.

In order to safely distribute med gases throughout the building, three things are critical:

  1. Air compression systems
  2. Sufficiently working vacuum pumps to suction up excess gas
  3. Preventative maintenance provided by a certified professional

Medical Gas Repairs Done Right

Medical gas and vacuum systems can be costly to manage. If you are not carefully treating your equipment with care, then be prepared to spend a fortune on repairs and maintenance. Before you schedule any med gas repairs, make sure that the company you are working with knows what they are doing.

When it comes to med gas and vacuum repairs, this is the checklist that your maintenance partner should be following:

Analyze the equipment:

Since medical gases are crucial for the smooth operation of a medical facility, proper installation is a critical priority. It takes special material handling equipment to effectively manage med gas substances. Make sure that your medical blueprint meets all standards imposed by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). If your medical equipment comes up short at meeting any of the necessary requirements, then it’s important to schedule a repair with a qualified individual.

Determine a budget:

Don’t expect anything pertaining to medical gas to be cheap, especially repairs. Before you sign the dotted line on any agreement, it’s vital for the service company to understand your budget. The best partners to work with are those that are able to establish affordable plans that won’t force you to break the bank.

Create an effective action plan:

It’s ineffective to install a medical gas system if you are not following up with proper maintenance. Building management laws are continually changing, so it’s important to establish a plan that can help your facility keep up with any applicable law codes. The mechanical professional that performs maintenance on your medical gas system must be knowledgeable and skilled enough to apply any necessary tune-ups. In order to keep your med gas systems in optimal condition, make sure to schedule routine inspections.

Conduct risk assessments:

A healthcare facilities med gas equipment must be fully compliant with several mandates at the federal, state, and local levels. In order to meet these requirements, you need to make sure that your med gas system can be shut down during emergencies. Conduct a risk assessment on your source equipment, before refilling any medical gases. This ensures that emergency shutdowns will be enacted when disaster strikes.

Gas leak preventions:

Leaks in a medical gas system can cause many major concerns. Medical gas leaks can put a patient’s safety in jeopardy. Poorly functioning systems don’t produce proper gas quality, and this will usually cost a fortune to fix. Regular maintenance on your med gas systems allows professional technicians to patch up any punctures, thus eliminating the spread of uneven med gas distribution. As a result, this will help you avoid wasting gas material, while also preventing costs from skyrocketing.

Want to learn more? Contact Brandt today!

Whether it’s certified med gas maintenance or a vacuum system repair, you can always count on the experts at Brandt for an exceptional service experience. We understand critical care translates to every area of the healthcare facility. From the check-in desk all the way to the ICU, you can always count on us to keep your medical facility safe, secure, and in stable operating condition.

Our team demonstrates competence and professionalism with medical gas support, both at the state and federal level. With Brandt in your corner, you can expect:

  • Healthier building systems
  • Lower operating costs
  • Better energy efficiency
  • More satisfied patients

Contact us to schedule a free consultation with one of the best medical gas handlers in Texas.

 

Construction And Renovation Trends For Education In 2019

Preparing students for life after school is a driving consideration for educational institutions at all levels. Construction planning and design centered around this priority are critical to creating an environment that prepares students to take the next step in life. As education institutions evolve and adapt to changes in the job market, the construction industry is ready to adapt along with them.

Here are six construction and renovation trends for educational institutions that we’re monitoring in 2019.

Multipurpose Buildings

Many high schools and college campuses are adapting buildings to serve more than one department, college, or purpose. Single-purpose school facilities are becoming obsolete as multipurpose buildings facilitate improved interaction and communication among interconnected departments, faculty, and staff. They streamline organization, cohesion, and collaboration across the campus in ways that have never been possible with single-purpose education facilities.

Libraries That Are Prepared for Tomorrow

In an increasingly digital world, libraries do more than just house books. As digitization allows access to information in a matter of seconds, libraries need to adapt to delivering and storing increasing amounts of data.

Libraries are changing to accommodate student services and resources such as academic coaching, writing centers, peer tutoring, career counseling, and even 3D printing. Newer libraries are meeting the changing needs of students by prioritizing ready access to power outlets, warmer lighting, clean designs, increased comfort, and a variety of collaboration spaces balanced with quiet study spaces.

First Impressions Matter

As education becomes an increasingly competitive industry, institutions understand more than ever the importance of making a powerful first impression. New and retrofitted campus buildings can stand as centerpieces to leave lasting first impressions while tying the campus together.

Community Engagement

As students grow weary of “bubble campuses,” some colleges and universities are using their buildings to form a sense of cohesion with the neighborhoods they’re a part of. Many campuses are opening themselves up to the community with multipurpose spaces that are also used by local entrepreneurs, businesses, and cultural centers.

Renovation and Reconstruction

More institutions are prioritizing capital renewal over capital investment. Renovation and reconstruction allow schools to get more out of their budget. Because buildings are typically well maintained and remain structurally sound, they’re often prime candidates for more modern upgrades and investments. Some schools are building for 100-year life spans to prioritize sustainability with timeless, durable materials that are designed to last.

Liberal Arts Still Matter

While schools have been heavily emphasizing STEM programs, liberal arts are still relevant. Even students focusing on STEM understand the need for balancing out their education with the critical thinking and writing skills honed by liberal arts disciplines. Finding a way to design and build facilities that accommodate a variety of disciplines while helping students achieve a well-rounded education remains a priority for institutions at all levels.

 

Want to learn more about how Brandt can help optimize the learning environment by incorporating the latest construction strategies? Contact our experts today to take the next step.