2020 has been far from what anyone planned and now, as businesses weigh if they can/should open, Seattle 2030 shared insights from a panel of experts on how to reopen safely.
“There are a lot of little things that can add up to behavior changes so that businesses can get after the cleanliness and disinfection factors to reopening.”
~ Michael Frank, P.E. Vice President of Design and Engineering at McKinstry
Watch the full panel discussion “Building Measures to Take to Prepare for Reopening”
The group discussed the “silver linings” that can be found during low occupancy. Reduced operations can mean making design changes to the workspaces and updating building technologies that can reduce both health risks and energy consumption.
Seattle 2030’s Executive Director, Matthew Combe hosts the panel, which includes:
- Dan Pollino, Engineering Operations Manager at CBRE
- Kelly Griffin, LEED AP Principal, Workplace Strategy Director at NBBJ
- Michael Frank, P.E. Vice President of Design and Engineering at McKinstry
For more on Seattle 2030 and what they do - here’s an overview.