Hospitality: Design Guidelines for Infection Control

The hospitality industry has undoubtedly been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. To do their part to flatten the curve, many hotels closed their doors while society stayed home. As more cities across the country reopen, it’s imperative that the industry implement design strategies for infection control to keep guests as safe and comfortable in their environments as they would be at home. Our experts have developed the following guidelines to help our clients navigate conversations around doing just that.

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

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Written By
Chris Leech

Client Sector Practice Manager | Associate


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