Immune Building Standard

Liviu Tudor, President of the European Property Federation, has studied infection control measures in hospitals and created an open source platform for assessing and improving a building’s operations in response to Covid-19. Some of the elements that make up what a future workplace could look like include:

  • A quarantine/immune room to use to isolate hypothetically contaminated people
  • Walls covered with antimicrobial paint proven to prevent bacteria 
  • Rounded corners to minimise bacterial deposits in toilet cubicles
  • Crowded areas to be fitted with high-class filters for the intake air
  • Building entrances providing temperature scanning equipment
  • Digital display units in receptions to show indoor air quality in comparison to outside air.
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