Healthcare: Design Guidelines for Infection Control

No work is more important right now than what’s done in healthcare environments. Within these spaces, preventative, restorative, and essential care is provided. COVID-19 has introduced a new set of challenges for infection control within these critical spaces, and it’s our responsibility to design them to successfully operate regardless of circumstances. Our experts have developed the design guidelines below to ensure staff, patients, and their families are protected in healthcare facilities of all kinds.

View the PDF below to read the healthcare design guidelines for infection control.

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Written By
Mark Chrisman

Health Sector Executive | Client Relationship Director | Principal


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