The ACCEND team is ready to help discuss and evaluate office modifications needed to prepare workplaces for re-opening. Each office is unique and deserves a customized assessment. Our team is available to walk your space, discuss potential options and provide cost and timing information to help make the process of returning to work seamless and safe for your employees. Below is a partial list of office modification options to consider before returning to the workplace. Reach out to any member of the ACCEND team to discuss COVID construction services further.
Sensor operated automatic doors
Foot petal operated door
Kick plates and hands-free pull levers
Touchless access devises
Automatic toilet flush valves
Touchless soap dispensers
Touchless paper towel dispensers
Enhanced air filtration levels
Voice-activated check in devices
Hand washing stations
Cafe seating reconfiguration
Elimination of self-service stations
Convert food service area into a reservation-based or scheduled facility
Signage to direct traffic flow
Workstation reconfiguration and separation
Conference room de-densification
Additional storage areas for personal items
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As offices start reopening it will be a challenge to maintain social distancing. There are numerous options to consider in order to provide a safe and healthy environment. Options range from simply removing conference room chairs all the way to installing motion-activated doors. The good news is that you have a wide range of options.
The construction industry is ripe with conflicting information about the supply chain. The supply chain is changing. There is unpredictability created by regional COVID hotspots, outbreaks in manufacturing facilities, varying regional SIP regulations, health/safety concerns and workers’ hesitation to return to factories.
The entire construction industry has been forced to pause, pivot and jump into crisis mode to assess the current situation and plan for the future. We gathered a taskforce of the industry’s top minds to share their insight into the changing landscape of the construction industry and predict what our industry should anticipate post COVID-19.