Venue: Design Guidelines for Infection Control

Due to COVID-19, venues have seen cancellations across the board and are already considering what reopening will look like. When the doors reopen and concerts, sporting events, conferences, or other large-crowd events resume, ensuring the venue feels safe for fans and patrons will be critical. To do this,we need to design spaces that allow better social distancing amongst large crowds and find strategies to control any potential spread of infection.

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

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Written By
Kevin Lewis

President & CEO | Principal


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