COMPLEX CO / NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY AUSTRALIA

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Project Overview: 

Linked Real-time Air Quality monitoring devices to Auto-alerting feature to notify construction workers of poor air quality. 

This vastly reduced exposure to hazardous substances for workers and for the artwork within the building. 

Customer Review:

Complex Co would like to thank you for your efforts to help deliver the Stage 2 Building Works at the National Portrait Gallery of Australia, Parkes Place Barton ACT.

The NPGA displays Australia’s most prized collection of Portraits.
CopperTreeAnalytics in conjunction with AETMOS were engaged in the early stages of the works to design, implement and control air quality monitoring systems throughout the building during the high-end refurbishment works in 2019/2020.

Due to the high-profile status of the building, considering the precious artwork, the Air Quality during and after the refurbishment works was paramount. The project was under strict scrutiny from key stakeholders at all stages of the works. CopperTree and AETMOS had strategically located air quality monitors recording real time information and potential contaminants which may have entered the building HVAC System resulting from the construction works.

Following thorough investigations, parameters were set and the AETMOS
system went to work. The AETMOS air quality monitoring was a huge success to the project providing both security and reassurance that the NPGA HVAC
systems were protected and carefully monitored at all times.

The execution was praised by the client and stakeholders who are currently
pursuing other avenues for monitoring and protection to the building with CopperTreeand AETMOS.

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