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Two providers in architecture and construction have partnered to introduce a prefabricated building system aimed at controlling the spread of Coronavirus and seasonal flu. Developed jointly by global design firm LEO A DALY and Turner Construction Company, the modular WorkWell™ system provides a safe and welcoming setting for health screening at entrances to buildings and public spaces where infection control is a concern.
Offsite fabrication and plug-and-play design enable rapid deployment of WorkWell™ modules with minimal need for onsite construction crews.
WorkWell™ is an ecosystem of prefabricated components designed to allow employers, schools, venues, airports and public spaces to efficiently screen large groups of entrants for signs of infectious disease.
The centerpiece of WorkWell™ is the entry pavilion, installed in any area where a controlled checkpoint is needed. Individuals are quickly checked for fever and potentially screened for other health risk factors. The pavilion is designed for touchless operation and includes air handling systems capable of controlling the transfer of airborne pathogens.
WorkWell™ modules are designed for plug-and-play implementation in a variety of colors, lighting and branding options. The aesthetically appealing units are designed to integrate seamlessly with existing facilities and provide an inviting first impression for visitors.
Learn more about the WorkWell™ solution here: https://leoadaly.com/wp-content/uploads/WorkWell-Rapid-entry-modifications.pdf