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There are many different decisions that need to be made in regards to building a space for your business. It is important to find a design firm that will work closely with you every step of the way to guarantee the space is exactly what you are looking for. The facility is going to be used by people daily so let's look at a few ways to make your space occupant friendly.  

 

Restrooms:  Make sure that the restrooms are sufficient size for the amount of employees or people that will be using the facility on a daily basis. It is important to include extra details in the faucets, sinks, mirrors and overall size. It can make a difference for the occupants.

Hallways and Walkways: Another area that should differently reflect the number of occupants that will be using the facility. If there is not the correct amount of space in the hallways and walkways it could affect productivity and create enclosed work spaces for some people. Open work spaces have recently been linked to more productive employees.

Entrance Areas: First impressions are so important. The entrance area will be the first thing clients will see when they walk into the facility so it needs to be visually appealing. The height of the ceiling, the amount of windows, and even the amount of foliage present will make a difference in how a company is perceived.

Overall workspace: Employees are the core of a company, therefore it is important to make sure that you are re-investing in their workplace happiness or productivity. It is crucial that the employees can work effectively and efficiently. If they are happy with their environment at work they are more likely to be harder working employees. Offer your employees a space where they can relax to eat lunch or take a break, as well a space where ideas can be thought up and brought to life.

 

When you are ready to build, Dublin Building Systems will be there every step of the way. If you are interested in getting started, contact us today

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