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Design business creates intentional & safe spaces

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 As many businesses prepare to open back up, there may be some things to keep in mind when trying to stay safe.

"Not just throw plexy glass up everywhere and put people in bubbles," BFD Interiors and Bolt Furniture Delivery and Installation CEO Alisha Gregg said.

Using the "Well Building Standard", BFD Interiors and Bolt Furniture Delivery and Installation helps renovate work spaces, focusing on the health and wellness of people.

"You can incorporate a lot of design elements to help people feel safe and distanced without overly making them feel like they've just been shoved into a hole," Gregg said.

With expert and personal experience of consolidating two companies into one building, it's helping other businesses.

"We have people oriented away from each other, we have people in a line, but at the end of the day it's important to know that you don't want to shove someone up against a wall without natural day light, chance at good air, able to go outside," Gregg said.

Gregg said workforce and workplace are going to look different after COVID-19 with companies figuring out alternatives.

"As much as 50 percent of the time people are in the office is actually lost to our social-ness, when people work remotely, and they want to focus, it's amazing what you can get done," Gregg said.

The CEO said a functional design in a building can actually help productivity and a change is better than nothing.

"Right now let's do this for your day one and in the future let's look at this plan," Gregg said.

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