Restaurant: Design Guidelines for Infection Control

Due to COVID-19, the restaurant industry has endured significant losses, including loss of jobs, sales, and in extreme cases, total loss of business. But despite these losses, the industry continues to overcome challenges, implementing unique solutions like contactless food delivery to keep business afloat. When it’s safe for restaurants to reopen their doors, it will be critical to ensure that customers feel safe during their dining experience. To help restaurants adhere to local requirements regarding social distancing and infection control protocols, we can provide design strategies that will help control any potential spread of infection.

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

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Written By
Brian Sander

Retail Sector Technical Director | Principal


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