Health & Wellness: Design Guidelines for Infection Control

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the health and wellness industry, including fitness studios, gyms, and spas, have closed their doors to protect patrons from contracting and/or spreading the virus. The nature of these spaces presents a high risk of surface and airborne transmission, which makes implementing design strategies for infection control crucial for reopening. To help, our experts have developed guidelines to ensure customers feel safe in the spaces designed to optimize their health and wellbeing.

View the PDF below to read the health & wellness design guidelines for infection control.

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Written By
Nathan Malone

Venue Sector Design & Construction Director | Venue Sector Fitness Practice Director | Principal


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