Back In Your Building: Designing Safer Spaces Webinar

As states begin lifting their stay at home orders and offices, stores, and venues, etc. begin reopening, there’s a lot to consider with respect to designing spaces that feel safe for occupants. In this panel, six experts in building systems design, healthcare facilities, venues, workplaces, retail spaces, and aviation/transportation hubs joined in a conversation about how each industry is responding to the needs and expectations of the public. They discussed infection control technologies, how designs are changing relating to social distancing, the need for flexibility in design, and most importantly, what these seemingly disparate industries are learning from each other as we all strive to make customers and employees alike feel safe as we begin phasing back to “normal.”

Check out a recording of this webinar below.

Note: This recording is for educational purposes only and is not valid for AIA credit.

Written By
Dustin Schafer

Chief Technical Officer | Principal


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