Article - New demands for resilience in real estate

Get special access to this article from the Corporate Real Estate Journal about the new demands for resilience & adaptability in real estate after the COVID-19 pandemic.

The global COVID-19 pandemic has made it clear that the existing stock of commercial buildings was not well suited to provide for the health and safety of occupants. In the months following the massive shutdown of commercial space around the world, owners, occupiers and their advisers have developed significant measures not only to address immediate concerns around COVID-19, but to make buildings more resilient in the face of inevitable, but as yet unknown, other future health crises.

Creating contamination-resilient workspaces will involve an orchestrated and multi-disciplinary approach, addressing not only building systems and fit-out, but also behavioural aspects for the people using the buildings. In this article you will read about the eight key elements of such an approach.

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