As businesses begin to reopen, uncertainty remains not only for your patrons and customers, but also for your employees– how can we provide a safe place for our employees, customers, and students?
We are looking at all aspects of design from the today/tomorrow/future point of view and creating design guidelines around those anticipated needs - the “new normal” of design.
AS ENVIRONMENTS ARE BEING ALLOWED TO OPEN, WE ARE TASKED WITH ENSURING THEY MEET FDA, CDC, AND EPA GUIDELINES AS WELL AS LOCAL STATE AND MUNICIPALITY REGULATIONS.
WHILE THESE PLANS MIGHT NOT COVER A SPECIFIC REGIONAL MANDATE, THEY DO OFFER A GLIMPS INTO SAFE SOCIAL DISTANCING PRACTISES YOU SHOULD CONSIDER WITHIN YOUR SPACE FOR THE SAFETY AND WELL BEING OF OTHERS.
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Adapting current floorplan layouts to accommodate new safety regulations can be confusing and tricky. Businesses want to reopen safely and knowing their investments are sound. We recognize there is no ‘one size fits all’. We are prepared to review your layouts and offer immediate solutions to meet reopening requirements.
After the immediate demand for temporary retrofit fixes subsidies, it’s time to look at integrating more permanent solutions into your environments. Remodeling your store, lobby, restaurant, or school with highly-integrated safety elements will drive more use of your spaces.
The uncertainty of the future forces you to think beyond the familiar and plan for the unfamiliar. Our design team leverages global insights and industry knowledge to stay at the forefront of regulations, requirements, and new considerations for construction. We offer thoughtful solutions addressing other aspects to drive your business towards the NEXT ‘new normal’ such as brand expansion options, integrated safety components, frictionless ordering, etc.