Our plan for safety relates directly to the CODE building’s original Wellness Design Intent. Allow me to elaborate because this is very important. The term “Wellness Design Intent” was developed by the CODE project design team as a way of describing the CODE building design intention to create a uniquely clean and safe indoor working environment. The original design intention is about using one of the most sustainable assets we have, fresh air.
The Code building uses a dedicated outdoor air system (DOAS) combined with a complex building automation and heating ventilating and conditioning (HVAC) system. These building systems will not only bring a high level of energy efficiency, but also allow a granular level of air management in particular spaces. In other words, we have the ability to completely replace a room’s air with clean outdoor air within a specific timeframe; that type of design intention is rare, and only found in the most sophisticated commercial work spaces. Additionally, we will incorporate sanitizing and cleaning procedures and best practices highlighted below.
“I want you to feel safe and have the ability to perform your work at a very high level.” — Rob Archer, Codebase CEO
Masks will be required according to CDC /VDH guidelines
Work spacing designed to allow for safety and physical distancing and pedestrian directional flow
Atomizing disinfecting and advanced cleaning methods are employed as part of our standard cleaning procedures
NF and Bluetooth and Member App functionality has been designed reducing the need for physical touch
Our building’s design incorporates a Dedicated Outdoor Air System (DOAS) to allow for maximum fresh air inside the entire building
The Codebase floor plan design allows for spacing that surpass recommended safety spacing guidelines
Member confidence is paramount, therefore screening prior to entry will allow us to keep our community safe as possible