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give visitors the option to minimise their time in the lobby. While they may require some process changes, they can help keep lobby traffi c and occupancy low.


Touchless technologies and fi xtures can help signifi cantly cut down on the spread of germs and viruses. This improves guest and employee hygiene while also putting lobby visitors at ease.


Regularly disinfecting surfaces that will need to be touched — like credit card reader touchscreens, door handles, and pens — can provide similar benefi ts.


Improved ventilation and fi ltration are two major lobby upgrades that can reduce the spread of viruses transmitted through aerosols — including coronaviruses, which make up some of the viruses behind the common cold, and infl uenza.


Upgrades to building air fi ltration will also help your HVAC system to capture dust, pollen, dander, and other airborne contaminants, improving air quality and mitigating the impacts of allergy season. Even small changes here can help — for example, upgrading to high-MERV fi lters will


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help your HVAC system capture more environmental contaminants without a major upgrade or installation of new equipment.


FMs could also consider technology like smart air quality monitoring systems. These systems use internet- connected monitors to provide users with real-time information on the air quality in and throughout a building. With this information, it’s easier to know when fi lters need to be changed, or when an HVAC system is not fi ltering building air properly.


Preparing building lobbies for


returning workers Soon, many facilities will be able to return to normal operations for the fi rst time since lockdown began. FMs can make layout, equipment, and process changes to lobbies to help workers and other visitors re-adjust to the post-COVID-19 world. Touchless technology and improved lighting and ventilation upgrades, for example, can help make lobbies much more inviting.


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