Retail: Design Guidelines for Infection Control

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many retail spaces have closed their doors to protect shoppers from the spread of this new disease. Although retailers will reopen and greet customers again, it won’t be business as usual. New social distancing and infection control measures are necessary not only to keep consumers safe but to build their confidence that it’s ok to shop without fear.

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

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Written By
Jason Wollum

Retail Sector Executive | Principal


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