The office is very much alive - With the right custodians, it is able to adapt to the pandemic

The office is very much alive - With the right custodians, it is able to adapt to the pandemic


September 2020

When formulating a reoccupying strategy, planning a designated space where people are going to sit and do their work is straightforward but it’s the shared spaces such as entrances, lifts, and amenities that are problematic. Some spaces, like areas designed specifically for collaborative work, will likely be closed initially while other essential shared spaces will need to be rethought. By adopting an activity-driven approach, we have built on the idea of creating legible, intuitive internal masterplans within our buildings that minimise the risks that COVID-19 presents.

 

Keywords: Helen Berresford, reoccupancy strategy, COVID-19, workplace, The LEADER


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