Air Quality Awareness
In an ongoing effort to provide the best indoor environmental quality for high-performance athletics and for high-performance employees, air quality is monitored at all times in the facility. SFM is committed to our own high standards for human performance at all times in our facilities and understands the importance of the multiple body systems in that performance.
Highlands Sports Complex uses state of the art air quality monitoring as part of its RESET Air crosswalk with the WELL Building Standard. The facility occupants will have available to them real-time data available to them digitally throughout the facility. RESET Air monitors are positioned in nine different places and gather real-time information for people who are impacted most by indoor air quality; occupants in the facility. Monitored air quality is available to employees at all times.
You can find more information about the impact of indoor air quality on human health at the resources below: