We asked 2,000 consumers how they feel about reentering public space. View our Interactive Consumer Report

Safer buildings.
Better business.

COVID-19 has made public spaces feel like danger zones—and 86% of Americans believe facility owners must take sanitation and air quality more seriously. The Healthy Spaces Initiative is here to help leaders and businesses set a new standard of health and wellness in shared spaces.


Building owners have been playing defense long enough.

The Healthy Spaces Initiative is here to help businesses reopen healthier than ever by adopting equipment, technologies and practices used by hospitals and laboratories.


What are healthy spaces?

Healthier spaces mean fresher air, cleaner surfaces and safer entry. Most importantly, they mean fewer transmissions. Because COVID-19—like so many infectious diseases—is spread through the air we breath and the objects we touch. And while no building technology can give total protection, strategic design can go a long way to creating safer environments.

How important is building health to American consumers?