IES Consulting are recognised experts in analysing buildings and we are already helping clients understand how they can best adapt their buildings to create a safer return to the workplace strategy. Using proven 3D modelling methods we can analyse the measures building owners and employers could take to create a safe working environment for those employees needing a suitable workplace when it is possible to return.
Current CIBSE advice is to provide additional fresh air ventilation to dilute the space and reduce the risk of infection. This was backed up by a recent BBC report that explored the importance of getting fresh air into buildings to avoid catching coronavirus indoors. The scale of potential change may seem overwhelming, however our building modelling and simulation techniques can help remove the guesswork and increase confidence in the workplace environment.
We can help you to make informed decisions on ventilation strategies, the room layout, safer levels of maximum occupancy, distances between occupants, cleaning/hygiene strategies and the impact of face coverings. Compare multiple scenarios to refine your strategy and work towards a safer transition back to building occupancy.
IES Consulting can help you to assess the impact of potential retrofit strategies and operational adjustments to your workplaces.
IES Consultancy Manager Colin Rees discusses factors to consider when ensuring a safer transition back to building occupancy.
IES performed modelling to analyse ventilation strategies and inform clients on suitable strategies toward making their workplaces safer.
We can help you to understand how you can best adapt your buildings to make the space safer for all.
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