Office Layouts

As the campus prepares intermittent use of office by essential workers, supervisors and managers will need to consider how the furniture in open workspaces can be rearranged to accommodate social distancing, and possibly implementing a schedule so staff can work in shifts while also meeting the maximum occupancy reuirements. Other areas that should be considered when evaluating your office space for social distancing include:

  • Open workspaces or “bullpens”
  • Meeting/conference rooms
  • Lunchrooms (seating areas, near coffee makers, microwaves, etc.)
  • Lobbies or entryways

Contact Facilities for assistance with furniture rearrangement.

Be sure to maintain exit paths and openings without obstructions or protrusions.