adapting in-person learning places



Creating safe & effective environments for students and educators

See how we’re helping a university plan for in-person learning this fall.

You may be asking yourself: How many students can we safely plan to have in our classrooms now?  Where will they go between classes?  How will we manage a safe flow of people through our building(s)?


If you’re like most others, you probably have dozens of people in your organization weighing in on what it will look like as faculty and students return to campus.  You can likely manage many of the modifications of space and process on your own, but there may be ways we can help make it a bit easier to navigate. 


Here are some ways we may be able to help:

  • Determine the safe capacity of your existing classrooms based on teaching/learning styles
  • Develop flow plans for classrooms for entering, sitting/standing, and exiting
  • Determine capacity of between-class social spaces
  • Assess flow through between-class social spaces
  • Assess flow through circulation spaces
  • Prepare diagrammatic drawings that are easy to understand
  • Identify modifications that can be made internally
  • Design or specify social distancing elements
  • Review code implications that may occur because of new layouts
  • Design signage that guides users
  • Coordinate installation of social distancing elements and/or signage
  • Work with our engineering partners to assess air quality and HVAC Systems


We’re happy to jump in at any scale - from building-wide strategies to isolated input.  Our goal is to use our expertise to help you move forward safely and effectively.    



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