Niven R M, Fletcher A M, Pickering C A, Faragher E B, Potter I N, Booth W B, Jones T J, Potter P D
Bibliographic info:
Occup Environ Med, Vol 57, No 9, 2000, pp 627-634.

Describes a study which was aimed at investigating whether relations between symptoms of sick building syndrome and measured environmental factors existed within state of the art air conditioned buildings with satisfactory maintenance programmes expected to provide a healthy indoor environment. Studied five buildings, using a questionnaire followed by a detailed environmental survey. Concludes that the factors associated with symptoms varied widely across the different buildings studied, though consistent associations for symptoms were found with increased exposure to particulates and low frequency noise.