Design and Construction Management is playing a crucial role in facilitating a gradual return to campus by providing office configuration guidance.
"An essential part of creating a worksite plan is creating an office configuration that promotes the health and well-being of employees, customers and anyone else who may share the space," Jim Carroll, university architect and associate vice chancellor said. "Coming up with the best plan for a unique requires taking a lot of different factors into consideration. We stepped in to help with some guidance."
Design and Construction Management laid out tips concerning staggering employee schedules, best practices for break rooms, face coverings while in cubicles and much more in a sample office configuration. These resources will be invaluable to worksite planners and to the university-wide effort to promote safety.
Jim Carroll took part in the recent worksite plan webinar, presenting on general concepts, tools and resources for physical distancing at the worksite. To keep up with the latest Campus Ready guidance, including resources provided by DCM, visit the Campus Ready website, which is being updated regularly to provide the best information and advice for returning to campus.