FlowSense and IEQ Corporation today announced the two companies have formed a strategic alliance under which FlowSense and IEQ will jointly offer engineering and consulting services for indoor environmental quality and IAQ security protection worldwide.
Maple Grove & St. Paul, MN (PRWEB) October 22, 2004 -- FlowSense and IEQ
Corporation today announced the two companies have formed a strategic alliance
under which FlowSense and IEQ will jointly offer engineering and consulting
services for indoor environmental quality and IAQ security protection worldwide.
“Within the global community, we are going through significant changes as heighten security concerns have led new ways of confronting security threats,” stated Paul Smallwood, president of FlowSense. “Both FlowSense and IEQ are very proactive in addressing these security concerns, especially with the potential terrorist threats with respect to airborne chemical, biological, and radiological (CBR) attacks within our work facilities, schools, and other buildings that could be vulnerable to the exposure of CBR”.
“We are very enthusiastic about this alliance, which represents an ideal synergy for improved building security,” noted M. Steven Doggett, Ph.D., president of IEQ Corporation. “Our joint efforts will enable facilities to better evaluate and modify building performance to decrease the likelihood of terrorist activities and to mitigate risks, facilities capacity, and readiness in the event of a CBR incident”.
FlowSense LLC, www.flowsense.com, an engineering company providing integrated technical solutions to the medical, environmental, aerospace, electronics, and defense industries. FlowSense’s capabilities include engineering services, project management, and supplier of environmental systems, security technology, and industrial solutions.
IEQ Corporation, www.ieqcorp.com, provides consulting services for investigation and management of indoor environmental quality. IEQ's services emphasize superior environmental standards with integrated solutions for prevention and early detection of biological and chemical hazards, construction defects, and poor building performance.
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