AOS Interior Environments | Workplace Resiliency: Industry Discussion
Recent events have shed light on the fact that spaces should be resilient all the time, not just when responding to a crisis. Relevant, responsive and useful spaces should be fluid, simple to adapt, cause minimal disruption to your people and business and change with circumstances. This virtual panel discussion features local five AEC industry leaders who are sharing their insights and perspectives on returning to work post-COVID-19.
Workplace Desig, Workplace Design, COVID-19, Returning to Work, Mike Siegel, Corporate Realty, Melissa Tokar, Baker Donelson, Steve Dumez, EskewDumezRipple, Greg LaCour, Louisiana State University, Riley Kennedy, Woodward Design+Build
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Workplace Resiliency: Industry Discussion

Recent events have shed light on the fact that spaces should be resilient all the time, not just when responding to a crisis. Relevant, responsive and useful spaces should be fluid, simple to adapt, cause minimal disruption to your people and business and change with circumstances.

This virtual panel discussion features local five AEC industry leaders who are sharing their insights and perspectives on returning to work post-COVID-19:

Mike SiegelCorporate Realty
Melissa Tokar – Baker Donelson
Steve DumezEskewDumezRipple
Greg LaCour – Louisiana State University
Riley KennedyWoodward Design+Build

We talked to each of them about their internal workplace planning, evolving client needs, and how the future of design and construction is challenged to address the rapidly changing workplace.

Want to learn more?

Check out these additional resources for helping your employees get back to the work safely:

Back to Work: Insights from the Interior Environment

Top 10 Workplace Themes Post-COVID-19

Considerations for a Healthy Workplace

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