The Latest Office Renovations for COVID-19

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During these trying times, many companies are making renovations to their offices to help keep employees safe and healthy. There are key features to consider for your office renovation during COVID-19. The coronavirus pandemic forced many businesses to shut down, some permanently. While some employees are working remotely from home, others are working in the office. Companies are considering office renovations in the time of COVID-19 to help mitigate the spread of the virus. They have a responsibility to protect their employees and comply with OSHA standards. When one employee tests positive for COVID-19, the entire office building is immediately put in jeopardy. Here is a list of the most essential features to consider for office renovations during COVID-19:   Temperature Check or Thermal Screening A handheld infrared thermometer and…
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Office Redesign during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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As businesses reopen, social distancing rules and office redesign will lead to several changes for businesses. There's much more than just putting up screens and disinfecting the office. Small and large companies will be forced to rethink how they use the office. And more importantly, how to keep their employees safe. What employers need right now is going to be very different from what they may need in eight weeks or a year from now. Next year an office may need a complete redesign. Businesses looking to bring employees back to the office should utilize best practices to keep their workforce safe. The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) recommends: - Return employees gradually, not all at once - Implement Health Screenings - Temperature Checks - Disinfect and Clean Workspaces…
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Chicago Remodeling Contractor and Office Renovations

Albrite Building Services
Office renovations are often challenging. It is a huge undertaking for a working office. Businesses make renovations to their office for a number of reasons, and the remodeling contractor must understand the particular reasons behind a project. Office renovations involve modifications to the interior of a building and can be minor or a major renovation of the space. Keep Communication Open with Your Remodeling Contractor If the business is renting its office space, the renovations become tenant improvements. The remodeling contractor may have to deal with the building owner and you, the office tenant, depending on the lease. It is always important for the contractor to keep in close communication with both parties. Schedule a meeting with a few staff members and the remodeling contractor to discuss the office renovations…
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